The panel game in which Chairman Tim Brooke -Taylor must guess which panellist is telling the tallest story. The guests this week are Johnny Morris , Ray Cooney and Frank Thornton. Producer Edward Taylor
Robert Robinson. First Semi-Final:
London and the South.
Michael Spittal (special needs teacher); lain Noble (market research services manager); Mike Billson (retired milkman); Kevin Ashman (civil servant). Producer Richard Edis. Stereo
Terence Rattigan 's timeless light comedy, set in the South of France.
A group of men are trying to learn French - hindered by a man-hunter called Diana.
Director Gerry Jones. Stereo
Hon Alan Howard:
Lt Cdr Rogers:
Robert Dawson-Scott visits the Buxton Music Festival and reviews an exhibition of applied art in public places. Also, an exhibition of John Bellany 's work in Glasgow.
Producer Nick Ware. Stereo
(Revised repeat at 9.15pm)
Piper At The Gates How do you switch between the hard world of the rig deck and the real world of the house and shopping centre? George Gunn 's first play for radio is set in the North Sea oil industry.
Director Hamish Wilson. Stereo
Stranger in the House by Georges Simenon.
Read in ten episodes by Jim Norton.
1: One night Loursat, a barrister, discovers the dead body of a stranger in one of his bedrooms. The mystery forces Loursat out of a drunken decline.
Translated by Robert Baldick Abridged by Neville Teller
Producer Maurice Leitch
! An eight-part adapatation of Choderlos de Laclos' epistolary novel of lust, lies and revenge.
Starring Diana Rigg.
Translated by FWK Stone Abridged by Polly Coles
Director Clive Brill. Stereo
Marquise de Merteuil:
Vicomte de Valmont:
Madame de Tourvel:
Cecile de Volanges:
Madame de Volanges:
Madame de Rosemonde:
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