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: News Briefing

: The Farming Week

Albanian farmers have been freed from the communist yoke - how are they coping? The desert blooms in Sarawi refugee camps, and the latest innovations from Israeli agriculture.
Presented by George Macpherson.

Contributors

Presenter: George MacPherson.
Producer: David Dixon

: Prayer for the Day

with James Whitbourn.

Contributors

Unknown: James Whitbourn.

: Today

with Sue MacGregor and John Humphrys.
7.20 Listeners' Letters
7.25, 8.25 Sports News
7.45 Thought for the Day with Jonathan Fryer
8.40 Yesterday in Parliament

Contributors

Unknown: Sue MacGregor
Unknown: John Humphrys.
Unknown: Jonathan Fryer

: News

: Sport on 4

with Cliff Morgan. Producer Robin Bailey

Contributors

Unknown: Cliff Morgan.
Producer: Robin Bailey

: Breakaway

Presented by Eddie Mair. This week, a live report from the Inland Boat Show in Nottingham.
Producer David Prest
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Contributors

Presented By: Eddie Mair.
Unknown: Inland Boat Show
Producer: David Prest

: Loose Ends

Ned Sherrin and the likes of Robert Elms,
Victoria Mather and The Men Who Know.
Producer Jayne Morgan

Contributors

Unknown: Ned Sherrin
Unknown: Victoria Mather
Producer: Jayne Morgan

: The Week in Westminster

Michael White , Political Editor of The Guardian, presents a personal view of the week's political comings and goings. Producer Dennis Sewell

Contributors

Unknown: Michael White
Producer: Dennis Sewell

: From Our Own Correspondent

producer Geoff Spink

Contributors

Producer: Geoff Spink

: Money Box

with Alison Mitchell. Producer Virginia Eastman

Contributors

Unknown: Alison Mitchell.

: The News Quiz

In the last programme of the series, Barry Took quizzes Richard Ingrams , Alan Coren and their guests. producer Louise Coats

Contributors

Unknown: Barry Took
Unknown: Richard Ingrams
Unknown: Alan Coren
Producer: Louise Coats

: News

: Any Questions?

Joining Jonathan Dimbleby in Crawley, West Sussex, are Kate Hoey.MP ,
Shadow Spokesperson on the Citizen's Charter and Equality; Rt Hon
Michael Howard , QC,
MP Secretary of State tor the Environment; Edward Pearce , Guardian columnist; and Rt Hon Sir David Steel , MP,
Liberal Democrat Foreign Affairs Spokesman

Contributors

Unknown: Jonathan Dimbleby
Unknown: Kate Hoey.Mp
Unknown: Michael Howard
Unknown: Edward Pearce
Unknown: Sir David Steel

: Any Answers? [number removed]

producers Nadine Grieve and Jayne Morgan
●LINES OPEN from 12.30pm

Contributors

Producers: Nadine Grieve

: Playhouse

The New Party by Martyn Wade.
In the early 1930s,
Oswald Mosley and his friend
Harold Nicolson joined forces to launch a political oarty which they hoped would resolve the country s economic and financial problems. But Mosley's extreme views were to jeopardise both their political and personal alliance ..
Director Cherry Cookson

Contributors

Unknown: Martyn Wade.
Unknown: Oswald Mosley
Unknown: Harold Nicolson
Director: Cherry Cookson
Harold Nicolson: Christopher Cazenove
Oswald Mosley: Roger Allam
Vita: Kate Buffery
Cimmie: Joanna David
Christopher: Alan Barker
Bewerbrook: Paul Maxwell
Strachey: Brett Usher
Cheyney: Eric Allan
y om: Charles Millham
Salmon: Mark Straker
Sarfatti: Ann Windsor

: You Know It Makes Sense

Six programmes about the human senses.
1: Seeing is Believing
Geoff Watts explores the visual acrobatics performed by photographers, umpires and artists and examines the latest research into vision. How do we capture light? How is it transformed into a view of the world?
Producer Peter Croasdale

Contributors

Unknown: Geoff Watts
Producer: Peter Croasdale

: Science Now

with Peter Evans. producer Deborah Cohen

Contributors

Unknown: Peter Evans.
Producer: Deborah Cohen

: The Living World

A remote granite outcrop in the Bristol Channel is home to an extraordinary variety of wildlife. In the last programme in the series, Lionel Kelleway goes to the island of Lundy to discover a wild cabbage that grows nowhere else in the world, black rats and the island's marine nature reserve. Producer Simon Roberts

Contributors

Unknown: Lionel Kelleway
Producer: Simon Roberts

: Tea Junction

with Patrick Hannan. producer Richard Thomas

Contributors

Unknown: Patrick Hannan.
Producer: Richard Thomas

: Week Ending

: Home Truths

How much does time abroad alter your view of your home country? John Miller 's first guest is Archbishop Trevor Huddleston.

Contributors

Unknown: John Miller
Unknown: Trevor Huddleston.

: Kaleidoscope

Tales from
Hampton Christopher Hampton is in demand. He has a play,
Total Eclipse, at Greenwich and on Radio 3 (tomorrow,
7.30pm). He's collaborated with Andrew Lloyd Webber on the new musical Sunset Boulevard and is adapting Conrad's Nostromo for a film. Paul Allen talks to the writer about his current work and past successes. Producer Tim Dee

Contributors

Unknown: Hampton Christopher Hampton
Unknown: Andrew Lloyd
Talks: Paul Allen
Producer: Tim Dee

: Saturday Night Theatre: Amarok

by Peter Francis Browne.
Set in the early 18th century, the story of Amarok, an Eskimo, who was discovered drifting in his kayak off the north-east coast of Scotland.
Some days later he died of a common cold. But what if he had survived?

Contributors

Writer: Peter Francis Browne
Director: Shaun MacLoughlin
Amarok: Bill Wallis
Fraser: Iain Cuthbertson
Margot: Juliet Prew
Henry: David Bannerman
Siko: Ingrid Wiseman
Mrs Cotterill: Phyllida Nash
Croker: Bob Docherty
Roberts: John Church
McGill: James Telfer

: Music in Mind

Presented by Brian Kay. Producer Anthony Sellors

Contributors

Presented By: Brian Kay.
Producer: Anthony Sellors

: Ten to Ten

led by Father
Oliver McTeman.

Contributors

Unknown: Oliver McTeman.

: News

: Trivia Test Match

Umpire Brian Johnston. Taking the crease: Tim Rice and Willie Rushton , with Denise Coffey and Bill Tidy. From Singleton Cricket Club, Chichester. Producer Jon Magnusson

Contributors

Unknown: Brian Johnston.
Unknown: Tim Rice
Unknown: Willie Rushton
Unknown: Denise Coffey
Producer: Jon Magnusson

: Nobody's Perfect

In the last of the series, professionals who are used to criticism reveal how badly the public can behave. 4: When the British go abroad they make the most of it. Even if it's only a break to Paris, tour guide Peter Garvie-Adams has to expect trouble. Reporter Neil Walker. A Revolution Recordings production

Contributors

Unknown: Peter Garvie-Adams
Reporter: Neil Walker.

: Richard Baker Compares Notes

with Michael Ryder and Richard Cole of the Musical Museum in Brentford.

Contributors

Unknown: Michael Ryder
Unknown: Richard Cole

: Dracula

Concluding Bram Stoker 's epic vampire tale. With a guest star appearance by Frederick Jaeger as Count Dracula.
7: Renfield's confession points the way to Dracula's lairs.
MONICA GIBB, AMANDA WHITEHEAD Dramatised by Nick McCarty Music: Malcolm Clarke
Director Hamish Wilson

Contributors

Unknown: Bram Stoker
Unknown: Frederick Jaeger
Dramatised By: Nick McCarty
Music: Malcolm Clarke
Director: Hamish Wilson
Mina: Phyllis Logan
Seward: Peter Blythe
Van Helsing: Rnlay Welsh
Renfield: David McKall
Quincey: Paul Birchard
Arthur: Crawford Logan
Harker: Bernard Holley
Agent: Andrew Conlan
Captain Multine: Michael Elder
Three Vampire Women: Wendy Seager

: News









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We hope it helps you find information about that long forgotten BBC programme, research a particular person or browse your own involvement with the BBC.

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