The Slit in the Wall by Frances Bellerby.
Nine-year-old Patricia is carefully stepping through her parents' attic, led by her brother. They are attracted to a slit in the wall. What she sees through it ushers in the adult world.
Read by June Barrie. Producer Graham Hoyland
Introit: Let the World in Concert Sing (Malawi); Ye Servants of God (Paderborn, BBC HB 372); Acts 17, w 22-31; O Hearken Thou (Elgar); Go Forth and Tell! (Woodlands). Director of Music Graham Elliott. Stereo
Written by Shelagh Stephenson Director Adrian Bean. Stereo
Six enthusiasts introduce Dylan Winter to the vehicle they love - and take him for a spin.
4: Cruising the River
Severn in an Edwardian steam launch is not as relaxing as it looks.
Producer Hamish Mykura. Stereo
The second of an eight-part comedy drama written by Jim Eldridge. Travellers
A delicate mission for Mr Sims - and for Mrs Rudd , who ventures out into the 'market-place'.
Piano: Max Harris.
Producer John Fawcett Wilson
Mr Beeston, Head Teacher:
Mr Holliday, Deputy Head:
Mrs Stone, School secretary:
Video shop assistant:
Bye Bye, Baby
Population control is a political hot potato, smacking as it does of 'Big Brother'. None of the major political parties has a policy addressing family size. But according to one pressure group, Britain is trying to support 20 million people it can't afford. Neil Walker and David Clayton report. Producer Nick Clarke. Stereo
Robert Dawson-Scott reports from Paris on the latest recording of Salif Keita , the re-opening of the Jeu de Paume gallery with an exhibition of work by Bernard Buffet , and finds out what the French think of the English.
Producer Anthony Denselow
News, views and information for people with a visual handicap. Presented by Peter White.
Producer Thena Heshel
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