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: News Briefing

: Farming Today

: Prayer for the Day

with Rev Alan Reid.

Contributors

Unknown: Rev Alan Reid.

: Today

with Peter Hobday and Brian Redhead.
Details as Monday plus:
7.45 Thought for the Day with Rev Philip Crowe.
8.40 Yesterday in Parliament

Contributors

Unknown: Peter Hobday
Unknown: Brian Redhead.
Unknown: Rev Philip Crowe.

: News

: The Moral Maze

Michael Buerk returns with the series of live investigations into topical questions of morality. Witnesses face cross-examination from Edward Pearce ,
Janet Daley , Professor Norman Stone and Dr David Cook. Producer David Coomes. Stereo

Contributors

Unknown: Michael Buerk
Unknown: Edward Pearce
Unknown: Janet Daley
Unknown: Professor Norman Stone
Unknown: Dr David Cook.
Producer: David Coomes.

: An Englishman in the Midi

1: Moving into Town
Since his last series of talks, John P Harris has moved - all of four miles. Advancing years (his explanation) prompted
John and his wife Sophie to leave the Languedoc village that was their home for 20 years and seek the comforts of the nearby (but still anonymous) small town. Producer Merilyn Hams. Stereo

Contributors

Unknown: John P Harris
Producer: Merilyn Hams.

: The Virgin in the Ice

by Ellis Peters. The second series of the Chronicles of Brother Cadfael, narrated by Sir Michael Hordem and starring Philip Madoc as the medieval sleuth. 4: The Wolves’ NestIt is winter 1139 and England is wracked with civil war. Ives Hugonin and Brother Elyas have disappeared in a blizzard.... With Steve Hodson , Jonathan Adams and Jonathan Tafler Dramatised by Bert Coules Music by Peter Salem Producer Phil Clarke. Stereo

Contributors

Unknown: Ellis Peters.
Unknown: Michael Hordem
Unknown: Philip Madoc
Unknown: Ives Hugonin
Unknown: Steve Hodson
Unknown: Jonathan Adams
Unknown: Jonathan Tafler
Dramatised By: Bert Coules
Music By: Peter Salem
Producer: Phil Clarke.
Hugh: Douglas Hodge
Ives: Dean Magri
Leonard: Leonard Fenton
Ermina: Moira Buffini
Olivier: Raad Rawi
Le Gaucher: Peter Laird

: Paradise Lost

Episode 8.

: Woman's Hour

Why do some children commit horrific and violent crimes?
Alison Hilliard talks to some young offenders and to those working with them. Serial: Love in the Modem Sense (8)

Contributors

Talks: Alison Hilliard

: You and Yours

with John Howard.

Contributors

Unknown: John Howard.

: Out of Order

The light-hearted political quiz. Team captains
Austin Mitchell MP and Michael White are joined this week by Matthew Parris and Charles Kennedy MP.
Chairman Patrick Hannan. Producer Louise Coats. Stereo

Contributors

Unknown: Michael White
Unknown: Matthew Parris
Unknown: Charles Kennedy
Unknown: Patrick Hannan.
Producer: Louise Coats.

: The World at One

with James Naughtie.

Contributors

Unknown: James Naughtie.

: The Archers

Stereo

: The Monkey Trap

by Martin Worth.
A businessman is faced with the choice of leaving the country for a year to save himself a huge tax bill or staying to try and rescue his marriage.
Cello played by Gabriel Amherst Director Matthew Walters. Stereo

Contributors

Unknown: Martin Worth.
Played By: Gabriel Amherst
Director: Matthew Walters.
Derek: Peter Penry Jones
Karen: Federay Holmes
Pamela: Melinda Walker
Anna/Sarah: Oona Beeson
Philip: Richard Pearce
Murray/Keith: Keith Drinkel
Dave/Lt Trench: Julian Rhind-Tutt
Clare: Kate Binchy
Joy/Mrs Robins: Geraldine Fitzgerald
Sgtl Mr Robins: John Fleming
Mrs Stevens: Barbara Atkinson
Mr Higgs: Jonathan Adams
Mrs Higgs: Jill Graham

: Prime Minister's Questions

Followed by the Chancellor's Autumn Statement.

: Bus Stop

Jenni Mills and Nick Baker drop in on another town to hear about the things that are getting the locals hot under the collar. Editor Ian Bell

Contributors

Unknown: Jenni Mills
Unknown: Nick Baker
Editor: Ian Bell

: News

: Kaleidoscope

Paul Allen visits the stage version oijane Eyre at the Crucible Theatre, Sheffield, hears the remarkable life story of folk-singer Frankie Armstrong and explores the art of football in images and words. Producer Paul Quinn. Stereo (Revised repeat at 9.15pm)

Contributors

Unknown: Paul Allen
Unknown: Frankie Armstrong
Producer: Paul Quinn.

: Short Story

The White Flower by Hugh Bredin. The young priest contemplates his calling, but something in the "real world" distracts him ... Read by Gerard McSorley. Producer Eoin O'Callaghan

Contributors

Unknown: Hugh Bredin.
Read By: Gerard McSorley.
Producer: Eoin O'Callaghan

: PM

with Frank Partridge and Hugh Sykes.

Contributors

Unknown: Frank Partridge
Unknown: Hugh Sykes.

: Lionel Nimrod's Inexplicable World

Love the impulse that has driven humanity since man first wondered what woman would look like if he scrubbed off the mud. Find out the truth with Stewart Lee , Armando lannucci ,
Richard Herring , Rebecca Front and the voice of Tom Baker.
Producer Sarah Smith. Stereo

Contributors

Unknown: Stewart Lee
Unknown: Armando Lannucci
Unknown: Richard Herring
Unknown: Rebecca Front
Unknown: Tom Baker.
Producer: Sarah Smith.

: News

: The Archers

The Twinning Committee chases its tail. Stereo

: Striking Out

Chrys Salt visits pit villages in Yorkshire, the Rhondda and Kent to hear why for many women the 1984 Miners' Strike became a turning point in their lives.
Producers Cathy Drysdale and Fiona Couper. Stereo

Contributors

Producers: Cathy Drysdale
Producers: Fiona Couper.

: Analysis

Mittel-Europa Unlimited For Czechoslovakia,
Hungary and Poland, the transition to free markets is proving uneven and risky. Chris Cviic asks if the liberalising economies of central Europe would do better to find their own road to capitalism, instead of copying western models. Producer Zareer Masani

Contributors

Unknown: Chris Cviic
Producer: Zareer Masani

: Does He Take Sugar?

with Ted Harrison.
Producer Marlene Pease

Contributors

Unknown: Ted Harrison.
Producer: Marlene Pease

: Kaleidoscope

(Revised repeat of 4.05pm)

: The Financial World Tonight

with Vivien Stuart. Stereo

Contributors

Unknown: Vivien Stuart.

: The World Tonight

with Richard Kershaw. Stereo

Contributors

Unknown: Richard Kershaw.

: A Book at Bedtime

The Art of Kissing The first of two short stories by the Canadian novelist Mordecai Richler.
"To further my education Daddy sold me The Art of Kissing for a dollar. 'When you're through with it,' he said, 'and if it's still in good condition, you bring it back ...'"
Read by William Roberts. Producer Duncan Minshull

Contributors

Unknown: Mordecai Richler.
Read By: William Roberts.
Producer: Duncan Minshull

: Paul Temple and the Spencer Affair

Francis Durbridge 's serial in eight parts.
3: Introducing Pete RobertsSomeone has gone to great lengths to ensure that Paul cannot play the song My Heart and Harry. But so far it is the only clue in the deepening mystery.
Director Martyn C Webster (First broadcast in 1957)

Contributors

Unknown: Francis Durbridge
Director: Martyn C Webster
Paul Temple: Peter Coke
Steve: Marjorie Westbury
Sir Graham Forbes: Lester Mudditt
Detlnsp Vosper: Hugh Manning
Charlie: James Beattie
Eric Lansdale: John Graham
Adrian Frost: Simon Lack
Peter Wallace: Frank Partington
Terry Gibson: Isabel Dean
Warren: James Thomason
Pete Roberts: Thomas Heathcote
Rupert Dreisler: Brewster Mason
A Police Sergeant: Frank Windsor
Singer: Norman Tattersall

: News









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