"The tree tops move in the wind like sea waves and make a music that is a plainchant sung low ..." Inhabitants of Savernake in Wiltshire talk about the forest. Narrated by Joss Ackland. Written by Michael Byrne. Producer Kerry McGeever
Introduced by Jenni Murray.
Serial: Where the Apple Ripens. Colette O'Neil reads the first of four episodes of Jessie Kesson 's story. 1: Isabel's last day at school is overshadowed by the funeral of Helen Mavor. who died giving birth to an illegitimate child.
Abridged by Janet Hickson. Producer Sally Feldman
The Albion in Poole is the venue for the fourth quarter-final in Radio 4's search to find Britain's brightest pub quiz team. Peter White is the chairman as the home team do battle with the Stemans.
Producer Phil Bowker
by Mark Davies Markham. First Bite, the BBC Radio
Young Writers' Festival launches its nationwide hunt for scripts with MacWoodstockintosh - direct from the Edinburgh Festival and featuring live music from WAH! NOW.
Rock star Jed has been in a drug-induced coma since Woodstock, on a life-support machine in his ex-" chick's" garden shed. He is shocked back to life by hearing a 90's cover version of one of his old songs and heads off to MacWoodstockintosh - a Scottish re-creation of Woodstock.
What does he make of 1994? And who gave him that last cocktail of drugs to get him out of the way?
Music by Pete Wylie. Director Anne Edyvean
Live from the fringe venue the Pleasance, Paul Allen juggles review, live music, and comics, and if you've never been to the Festival before just where do you start? Producer Jerome Weatherald (Revised repeat 9.30pm)
by Jack Cope , read by David Thorpe.
Andre is fascinated by the power of the huge electricity pylons that run across his father's property. When a bird is caught on a wire, the boy's only thoughts are how to set it free.
Producer Rosemary Watts
by Tony Bagley. The comedy drama that mixes fantasy with reality. Starring Martin Clunes as Roy Hitchcock and Geraldine James as Jane Gallaghan.
2: Bruce Willis and Arnold
Schwarzenegger have changed their image from tough-talking, macho men to gentle, child-caring new men.... can Roy follow suit in his own home movie?
Music by Julian Wastall. Producer Paul Schlesinger
Michael O'Donnell presents four portraits of family life.
2: TheMcGowmis. Marion and Mike have six children and a comfortable, chaotic home. It seems inconceivable they could have faced charges of child neglect. Producers Joy Hatwood and Joanna Rahim
Each week, a different presenter introduces an anthology on a theme of their choice.
4: Nonsense Bears a Crown of Meaning
June Goodfield muses on the subject of scientific creativity. She remembers her own impetuous decision to study zoology, reveals how wobbling plates can lead to a Nobel Prize in Physics and how scientists are making a reality of Tennyson's vision of the future. Producer Amanda Mares
News. views and information for people with a visual handicap.
Presented by Tony Barringer. Producer Dave Harvey
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