Get fit with Diane Youdale
(alias Jet from Gladiators) - you don't even have to get out of bed! Phone 0345
[number removed]for any questions. And what is down in Wiggly Park? Things are not as they should be ...
(Local telephone rates apply)
By Ian Serrailleur.
Dramatised in two parts. The concluding episode.
Ruth, Bronia, Edek and Jan are on their way to
Switzerland, but Edek is sick. Jan's secret scheme to acquire food for them all leads to disaster, but the Wolff family begins to bring about remarkable changes for everybody.
With Debby Cumming ,
Carl Woolley , Andrew Miles , Vanessa Mean and Michael Heath.
Dramatised by Frank Ash
with Eleanor Oldroyd.
Football: Commentary on Manchester United v
Arsenal in the FA Carling Premiership.
Cricket: Commentary on the deciding round of the AXA Equity and Law League. Golf: On the eve of the Ryder Cup, news from the Lancome Trophy in Paris.
7.20 Generals of the Revolution: Henry Bessemer
7.40 Art Works
8.00 Victorian Religion: Dale and the 'Civic Gospel'
8.20 Managing Schools
8.40 Adult Education and Employment in Europe
9.00 Open Forum
9.20 Literature: Brecht's Songs
9.40 Art: Paolozzi and Atkinson Interviewed
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