Thank You for Travelling....
The second of three programmes in which
David Self considers the pains and pleasures of leisure travel in the modern age, with the help of the BBC Sound Archives. Producer Noah Richler. Stereo
from Rishworth School, West Yorkshire. Led by the Rev Simon Stanley with the school choir
Sing of the Lord's
Goodness; Matthew 5, vv 1-12; What Does the Lord Require; For the Beauty of the Earth (Rutter).
The first of a six-part series celebrating 150 years of Punch magazine.
Featuring Leslie Phillips , Michaeljayston,
Angela Thorne and Eve Matheson.
Introduced by Simon Hoggart.
Adapted by Bill Matthews
Producer Diane Messias. Stereo
So You Wanna Be a Rock V Roll Star
Johnny Johnstone gets a guitar, a manager and then a record deal in a meteoric rise to fame - but disaster is just around the corner in Wendy Paterson 's black comedy.
With David Bannerman , Emma Fielding , Siriol Jenkins , Fraser Kerr , Robert Portal and Mark Straker .
Music Free Airways Radio. Director Marilvn Imrie. Stereo and at 3.00pm
Out of Season
On a beach in Devon, Julia, a black woman, meets
Kelly, a white teenager.
Kelly has a secret to share with Julia, a secret Julia is terrified to hear. Written by Bola Makanjuola.
Director Pam Fraser-Soloman
The last of six programmes in which John Miller talks to eminent historians.
This week: David Starkey , lecturer in Tudor History at the London School of Economics, who was responsible for mounting the recent exhibition at the National Maritime
Museum, Greenwich, marking the 500th anniversary of the birth of Henry VIII.
Producer John Knight
Paul Vaughan celebrates composer Malcolm Arnold 's 70th birthday; discovers the lesser-known writing of Oscar Wilde; and welcomes poet Grace Nichols to the studio.
Producer Hamish Mykura. Stereo (Revised repeat at 9.30pm)
The first in a week of short stories as part of the Young Playwrights' Festival 1991. Untouchable by Rahila Gupta.
Saroj is slim and attractive with long black hair falling four inches below her knees. Should she stay respectable to the grave, or show her son-in-law the depth of her passion? Read by Rita Wolfe.
Producer Pam Fraser-Solomon
Uncle Harry and the Melting Moon
A strange and elemental love story - Harry was , drowned 15 years ago, but the sea has returned him to his former lover. A verse-drama by Paul Badger.
Composer Richard Attree ,
BBC Radiophonic Workshop. Director Michael Fox. Stereo and at 8.45pm
Afrogoth Part 1
A gothic comic tale of good versus evil in which a contemporary young black British couple are haunted by an evil white vampire. With the help of historical spirits, incantations, love and a pet falcon, they overcome and kill the evil racist spirit.
Written by Peter Kalu.
Director Frances Anne Solomon Stereo (Part 2, 28 October)
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