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: News Briefing

: The Farming Week

Producer Tim Finney

Contributors

Producer: Tim Finney

: Today

with Sue MacGregor and Peter Hobday.
7.20 Listeners' Letters
7.25, 8.25 Sports News
7.45 Thought for the Day with Vicky Cosstick. Editor Philip Harding

Contributors

Unknown: Sue MacGregor
Unknown: Peter Hobday.
Unknown: Vicky Cosstick.
Editor: Philip Harding

: News

: Sport on 4 with Russell Davies.

Producer Gill Pulsford

Contributors

Producer: Gill Pulsford

: Breakaway

with Ken Bruce.
Producer Sara Jane Hall

Contributors

Unknown: Ken Bruce.
Producer: Sara Jane Hall

: Loose Ends

Ned Sherrin , Emma Freud , John Walters and others live from Elmwood Hall, Belfast. Stereo

Contributors

Unknown: Ned Sherrin
Unknown: Emma Freud
Unknown: John Walters

: The Week In Westminster

with Andrew Marr.
Producer Dennis Sewell

Contributors

Unknown: Andrew Marr.
Producer: Dennis Sewell

: am Europhile

Stephen Jessel presents the programme that meets the people of Europe. Editor Jolyon Monson

Contributors

Unknown: Stephen Jessel
Editor: Jolyon Monson

: Money Box - a Question of Money

The team answers questions on personal finance put by listeners in Belfast. The panel: Louise Botting , Vincent Duggleby and Chris Gilchrist.
Producer Frances Macdonald (More questions answered on Monday at 11.30am)

Contributors

Unknown: Louise Botting
Unknown: Vincent Duggleby
Unknown: Chris Gilchrist.
Producer: Frances MacDonald

: I'm Sorry I Haven't a Clue

In the chair
Humphrey Lyttelton. With Willie Rushton ,
Barry Cryer. Paul Merton and Tim Brooke-Taylor . Piano Colin Sell.
Producer Jon Naismith. Stereo

Contributors

Unknown: Humphrey Lyttelton.
Unknown: Willie Rushton
Unknown: Barry Cryer.
Unknown: Paul Merton
Piano: Tim Brooke-Taylor
Producer: Jon Naismith.

: News

: Any Questions?

This week's panel:
John Hume , MP, MEP; The Rev Ian Paisley , MP, MEP; Dr Marjorie Mowlam , MP; and Michael Mates , MP.
From Belfast. Chairman Jonathan Dimbleby. (Broadcastyesterday) and at 2.00pm
Any Answers?
071.[number removed]with Jonathan Dimbleby. Producers Anna Carragher and Alison Vernon-Smith
8UNESOPENfrom 12.30pm

Contributors

Unknown: John Hume
Unknown: Ian Paisley
Unknown: Dr Marjorie Mowlam
Unknown: Michael Mates
Unknown: Jonathan Dimbleby.
Unknown: Jonathan Dimbleby.
Producers: Anna Carragher
Producers: Alison Vernon-Smith

: Saturday Playhouse

The Happiest Days of Your Life
John Dighton's classic farce. Every schoolboy knows that the last time peace broke out in England was in 1945. Not so many perhaps know about the war that broke out soon afterwards in the wilds of Hampshire, except of course those lucky enough to be at
Hilary Hall School for Boys. Hilary Hall SchoolforBoys
Adapted by Giles Cooper
Director Ian Cotterell. Stereo

Contributors

Unknown: Hilary Hall
Adapted By: Giles Cooper
Director: Ian Cotterell.
Mr Pond: Roger Hammond
Mr Billings: Phiup Voss
Mr Tassell: Goroon Dulieu
Hopcroft Mi: Adam Godley
Rainbow: Fred Bryant
MrSowter: Brian Haines
MrsSowter: Eva Stuart
St Swith in 's School for Girls Miss Whitchurch: Margotboyd
MissGossage: Hilda Kriseman
Miss Harper: Josie Kidd
Barbara Cahoun: Tammy Ustinov
RevPeck: Godfrey Kenton
Mrs Peck: Petra Davies

: Age to Age

The recession is causing a destruction of the nation's heritage, claimed English Heritage in their annual report. Barry Cunliffe asks how historic buildings can be conserved with the limited funds available. And Edward Rutherford tells Brian Gear how, while researchingfor a novel about Russia's past, he came to understand more about the country's present. Producer John Knight

Contributors

Unknown: Barry Cunliffe
Unknown: Edward Rutherford
Unknown: Brian Gear
Producer: John Knight

: Science Now

with Peter Evans.
Producer Julian Brown

Contributors

Unknown: Peter Evans.
Producer: Julian Brown

: Living with the Legend

Six programmes exploring the legacy of reputation inherited by succeeding generations from people who made headlines in their day. 3: Crook or Crusader?
In 1976, Tom Keating confessed to a career creating masterly fakes. His daughter Linda remembers "this kind, sensitive, vulnerable man" and defends the family honour. With Roger Wilkes. Producer Diana Stenson

Contributors

Unknown: Tom Keating
Unknown: Roger Wilkes.
Producer: Diana Stenson

: Tea Junction

with Patrick Hannan.
Producer Richard Thomas

Contributors

Unknown: Patrick Hannan.
Producer: Richard Thomas

: News

and Sports Round-Up

: Week Ending

Stereo

: Stop the Week

with Robert Robinson.
Producer Michael Ember. Stereo

Contributors

Unknown: Robert Robinson.
Producer: Michael Ember.

: Kaleidoscope

Tales from the Bass Line
The jazz double-bass player Dave Holland bought his first bass for £40 and played in a Greek restaurant before Miles Davis spotted him and signed him up. The classical double-bassist Chi-Chi Nwanoku only took up the instrument after an injury in a women's football match curtailed her sporting activities. They give the lowdown on life behind the bass. With John Fordham. Producer John Goudie. Stereo

Contributors

Unknown: Dave Holland
Unknown: Miles Davis
Double-Bassist: Chi-Chi Nwanoku
Unknown: John Fordham.
Producer: John Goudie.

: Classic Serial: The Personal History of David Copperfield: 10: I Have Loved You All My Life

The final part of Charles Dickens' masterpiece.

Dora has died. Emily has been reunited with Mr Peggotty, and Uriah's double-dealing has been discovered. Dramatised by Betty Davies
(Stereo)

Contributors

Author: Charles Dickens
Dramatised by: Betty Davies
Tenor: Jeremy Taylor
Piano: David King
Director: Marilyn Imrie
David Copperfield: Gary Cady
Betsey Trotwood: Miriam Margolyes
Wilkins Micawber: Harold Innocent
Mrs Micawber: Sheila Hancock
Agnes: Jane Whittenshaw
Mr Wickfield: Timothy Bateson
Peggotty: Maggie McCarthy
Mr Peggotty: David Burke
Ham Peggotty: Timothy Spall
Emily: Joanna Myers
Dora: Maria Miles
Steerforth: Andrew Wincott
Mrs Steerforth: Irene Sutcliffe
Rosa Dartle: Jenny Howe
Traddles: Mark Straker
David's mother: Susan Sheridan
Mr Murdstone: John Moffatt
Sophy: Petra Markham
Fisherman: Charles Millham
Coachman: Alan Barker
Boatman: Norman Jones

: Conversation Piece

Sue MacGregor meets the opera and theatre director Elijah Moshinsky.

Contributors

Director: Elijah Moshinsky.

: Music In Mind

Presented by Brian Kay.
Producer Sarah Devonaid. Stereo

Contributors

Presented By: Brian Kay.
Producer: Sarah Devonaid.

: Ten to Ten

led by Canon Geoffrey Brown. Stereo

Contributors

Unknown: Canon Geoffrey Brown.

: News

: Open Mind

Edward Mortimer chairs the discussion programme that challenges its participants to think before they speak. Producer Gwyneth Williams. Stereo

Contributors

Unknown: Edward Mortimer
Producer: Gwyneth Williams.

: As Others See Us

The Kurdish journalist
Hazhir Teimourian explores the limits of tolerance in British society.

Contributors

Unknown: Hazhir Teimourian

: Richard Baker Compares Notes

with Hilary Davan Wetton and Diana Cummings , conductor and leader of the Milton Keynes Chamber Orchestra.
Stereo (Broadcast/ast Tuesday)

Contributors

Unknown: Hilary Davan Wetton
Conductor: Diana Cummings

: Dear Diary

Simon Brett presents a mix of diary extracts.
Today: how fog increased the capital's crime rate in 1699; and the same effect of the blackout two-and-a-half centuries later.
Stereo

Contributors

Unknown: Simon Brett

: News









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