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: News Briefing

: Fanning Today

Producers Alasdair Cross. John Harvey and Ruth Kiely

Contributors

Producers: Alasdair Cross.
Producers: John Harvey
Producers: Ruth Kiely

: Prayer for the Day

with Rabbi Professor Dan Cohn-Sherbok .

Contributors

Unknown: Professor Dan Cohn-Sherbok

: Today

with James Naughtie and Sue MacGregor.
7.25, 8.25 Sports News
7.45 Thought for the Day with Angela Tilby.

Contributors

Unknown: James Naughtie
Unknown: Sue MacGregor.
Unknown: Angela Tilby.

: Charismatics

Six programmes in which Ray Gosling invites his guests to talk about the most charismatic person they have met. This week, Enoch Powell nominates the poet who taught him Latin at Cambridge, A.E. Housman.

Contributors

Presenter: Ray Gosling
Guest: Enoch Powell
Producer: Tony Phillips

: News

: Start the Week

David Lodge joins Melvyn Bragg to discuss Therapy, his new novel, and award-winning physicist Paul Davies talks about God and Einstein.
Producer Ruth Gardiner

Contributors

Unknown: David Lodge
Unknown: Melvyn Bragg
Talks: Paul Davies
Producer: Ruth Gardiner

: Daily Service

Presented by the Rev Dr Robert Tosh.

Contributors

Unknown: Dr Robert Tosh.

: Dear Diary

In the last of the series, poet and novelist Michele Roberts introduces excerpts from poets' diaries showing the frustration as well as the pleasures of the writer's life. Producer Susan Roberts

Contributors

Introduces: Michele Roberts
Producer: Susan Roberts

: From Plato to the Present

A four-week anthology of daily readings from some of the great works of Western philosophy. 1: Plato. Anthony Hyde reads from The Republic. Producer Tim Dee

Contributors

Unknown: Anthony Hyde
Producer: Tim Dee

: Woman's Hour

Lynette Lithgow meets the actress Stella Gonet. Serial: An Awfully Big Adventure
(6). Written and read by Beryl Bainbridge. Abridged and produced in eight parts by Pat McLoughlin.
Editors Sally Feldman and Clare Selerie

Contributors

Unknown: Lynette Lithgow
Unknown: Stella Gonet.
Read By: Beryl Bainbridge.
Unknown: Pat McLoughlin.
Editors: Sally Feldman
Editors: Clare Selerie

: Money Box Live: [number removed]

Producer Sarah Pennells
LINES OPEN from 10.00am

Contributors

Producer: Sarah Pennells

: You and Yours

with Daire Brehan.

Contributors

Unknown: Daire Brehan.

: The Word of Mouth Dictation 95

The Final. Frank Delaney is in the chair as the finalists in this year's challenge to find Britain's champion speller gather for their last moment of morphological misery.
Producers Simon Elmes and Sally Flatman

Contributors

Unknown: Frank Delaney
Producers: Simon Elmes
Producers: Sally Flatman

: The World at One

with Nick Clarke.

Contributors

Presenter: Nick Clarke

: The Archers

Repeated from Friday

: The Life Class

by Harry Quinn and Colin Douglas. Another chance to hear the performance for which Wendy Seager won the 1994 Sony Award for Best Radio Actress. Heather and Fraser's first meeting outside school takes place in the out-patients clinic of their local hospital. Fraser is headed for Oxford and Heather's acting talent has already been hailed by the critics.
Director Hamish Wilson Rpt

Contributors

Unknown: Harry Quinn
Unknown: Colin Douglas.
Unknown: Wendy Seager
Director: Hamish Wilson
Fraser: Tom Smith
Heather: Wendy Seager
Nurse: Monica Gibb
Receptionist/Secretary/Patient: Mamie Stirling
Teacher/Doctor: Finlay McLean

: The Afternoon Shift

with Laurie Taylor and guests

Contributors

Unknown: Laurie Taylor

: News

: Kaleidoscope

Lynne Walker considers why the Beatles continue to make the charts and listens to the first part of the radio play Führer, Producer John Boundy

Contributors

Unknown: Lynne Walker
Producer: John Boundy

: Short Story: May Day

by Melissa Murray. "Rick brought her over to show her the neat hole dug in the side lawn and the way the turf had been cut and kept for replacement. Tomorrow morning, he assured her, it would be impossible to know where the maypole had been." Read by Natasha Pine. Producer Pam Fraser Solomon

Contributors

Unknown: Melissa Murray.
Read By: Natasha Pine.
Producer: Pam Fraser Solomon

: PM

with Chris Lowe and Linda Lewis.

Contributors

Unknown: Chris Lowe
Unknown: Linda Lewis.

: The News Quiz

Repeated from Saturday 12.25pm

: News

: The Archers

A false start for Susan.
Repeated tomorrow at 1.40pm

: The Monday Play: Fuhrer

Concluding Allan Prior 's dramatisation of his biographical novel. 2: Hitler. Adolf Hitler was one of the most brutal dictators in history. How did he succeed in becoming Fuhrer and where did he formulate his concepts of power, race and territorial aggression?
With John Hollis , Jane Whittenshaw , Natasha Pyne , Becky Hindley and Theresa Gallagher Director Martin JenkinA
Part 1 broadcast Saturday at 7.50pm

Contributors

Unknown: Allan Prior
Unknown: Adolf Hitler
Unknown: John Hollis
Unknown: Jane Whittenshaw
Unknown: Natasha Pyne
Unknown: Becky Hindley
Unknown: Theresa Gallagher
Director: Martin Jenkina
Adolf Hitler: Michael Maloney
Goering: Nickolas Grace
Goebbels: David Collings
Roehm: Michael Cochrane
Hess: Ian Hughes
Himmler: Christian Rodska
Ribbentrop/Meissner: Brett Usher
Putzi/Gestapo Officer: Andrew Branch
Helene: Jilly Bond
Geli: Emma Fielding
Emil Maurice: Brendan Coyle
Ludendorff: Michael Tudor Barnes
Amann: Stephen Tompkinson
Drexler/Frank/Chamberlain: Peter Yapp
Hoffman: Ian Masters
Henny Hoffman: Annabel Mullion
Eva Braun: Deborah Berlin
Hindenburg/Thyssen: Derek Waring

: Me and Prison

The writer Daphne Glazer reflects on a fascination with prison life kindled by her father's experiences as a conscientious objector. Producer Gillian Hush

Contributors

Unknown: Daphne Glazer
Producer: Gillian Hush

: The World Tonight

with Robin Lustig.

Contributors

Unknown: Robin Lustig.

: Book at Bedtime: A Child Possessed

by R C Hutchinson. Abridged and read in 12 parts by Geoffrey Beevers.
11: Genie has fallen ill and Helene has returned from France to help nurse her. Producer Matthew Walters

Contributors

Unknown: R C Hutchinson.
Unknown: Geoffrey Beevers.
Producer: Matthew Walters

: Journeys to Imaginary Places

Last of the series in which Frank
Delaney goes in search of real places made imaginary by great French writers. Written on Blue Paper, Colette. Producer Liz Jensen Rpt

Contributors

Producer: Liz Jensen

: Education Matters

Presented by Libby Purves. Producer Merilyn Harris

Contributors

Presented By: Libby Purves.
Producer: Merilyn Harris

: Bolt

by Dick Francis. Nemesis for Two. In the final episode, jockey Kit Fielding gets wind that Henri de Brescou is planning to kill more horses.
With Jack, May, Simon Carter , Bill Wallis , Steve Hodson , Sam Dastor , William Eedle and Margaret Robertson. Dramatised by John Ashe. Director Shaun MacLoughlin Rpt

Contributors

Unknown: Dick Francis.
Unknown: Henri de Brescou
Unknown: Simon Carter
Unknown: Bill Wallis
Unknown: Steve Hodson
Unknown: Sam Dastor
Unknown: William Eedle
Unknown: Margaret Robertson.
Dramatised By: John Ashe.
Director: Shaun MacLoughlin
Princess Casilia: Sian Phillips
Kit Fielding: Eric Allan
Henn: John Bull
Danielle: Elizabeth McGovern

: News









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