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Follow-up
A practice broadcast revising some of the musical activities of Music Workshop II
Introduced by JOHN Huw DAVIES
Written and produced by William Murphy

Contributors

Introduced By:
John Huw Davies
Produced By:
William Murphy

Children with Special Needs
A series of ten programmes designed to give information for teachers on some recent thinking about the education of children who need special teaching, and to encourage parents by showing where this help is available.
4: Slow to Learn
Introduced by NORMAN EVANS
Produced by Peggy Bacon

Contributors

Introduced By:
Norman Evans
Produced By:
Peggy Bacon

A discussion on cinema, theatre, books, broadcasting, and art
This week: HAROLD HOBSON
ROBERT HUGHES , DEREK PROUSE
KATHARINE WHITEHORN
In the chair.
PHILIP HOPE-WALLACE
Sunday's broadcast

Contributors

Unknown:
Harold Hobson
Unknown:
Robert Hughes
Unknown:
Derek Prouse
Unknown:
Katharine Whitehorn

A family magazine introduced by KEN SYKORA and including: tVivienne: the photographer of six Prime Ministers and other celebrities talks to John Ellison about the turning points in her life
' Rum Stuff, Hypnotism! ': S.
AUBREY SEYMOUR ruminates on some experiences of his relatives in different parts of the world
Hunt the Thimble:
MARY ANDRERE talks about thimbles through the ages and introduces her collection
Vegetarian Fare:
GEORGE VILLIERS offers some Cordon Rouge advice and recipes
Drop us a line: Your news. views, and memories

Contributors

Introduced By:
Ken Sykora
Unknown:
John Ellison
Unknown:
Aubrey Seymour
Talks:
Mary Andrere
Unknown:
George Villiers

A Journey to the Centre of the Earth
The novel by Jules Verne adapted for radio in eight parts by HOWARD JONES
Harry Lawson. with his German uncle Professor von Hardwicg and their Icelandic guide Hans Bjelke. has descended to the crater of Sneffels. an extinct volcano In Iceland, where the travellers find a maze of subterranean passages and caverns. After many adventures. they are overwhelmed by a hurricane and tossed up on some rocks. Where are they?
7: The Mysterious Dagger
Produced by TREVOR HILL

Contributors

Novel By:
Jules Verne
Unknown:
Howard Jones
Unknown:
Harry Lawson.
Unknown:
Hans Bjelke.
Produced By:
Trevor Hill
Harry Lawson:
Bernard Horsfall
Professor von Hardwigg:
Geoffrey Banks

Latest regional news - The stories behind the headlines-Scotland Yard Calling-South-East Sport
Introduced by Tim GUDGlN
Produced by the South-East news unit

Contributors

Introduced By:
Tim Gudgln

A serial thriller in six parts by Edward Boyd with Teddy Johnson
Steve Gardiner , searching for the missing Gaye Simpson. is warned off both by the Police and an anonymous voice on the telephone. In an hotel bar Steve and Judy Clark , who is helping him. are accosted by an angry young man who claims that the necklace Judy is wearing belonged to Gaye.
PART 3
Produced by EDDIE FRASER

Contributors

Unknown:
Edward Boyd
Unknown:
Teddy Johnson
Unknown:
Steve Gardiner
Unknown:
Gaye Simpson.
Unknown:
Judy Clark
Produced By:
Eddie Fraser
Steve Gardiner:
Teddy Johnson
Geoffrey Taylor:
Glen Michael
Judy Clark:
Janet Michael
Photographer:
Bill Henderson
Waitress:
Molly Weir
Honey Gorman:
John Grieve
Mike O'Conner:
W H D Joss
Mrs King-Cook:
Eileen McCallum

Edith Cavell , a British nurse in Brussels, was shot by the Germans for helping Allied soldiers to return to their country in 1915 By the military law of almost all countries the Germans were wholly justified in their action. but the indignation which her death evoked has never really subsided. Perhaps she also had her judges in mind when she said ' Patriotism is not enough.'
This programme of eye-witness accounts from those who worked with her is made available by the transcription service of the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation.
Recording

Contributors

Unknown:
Edith Cavell

BBC Radio 4 FM

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