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Introduced by John Timpson and Barry Norman
Including at 6.50 and 7.50 VHF Regional news and weather; at
6.55 and 7.55 Weather and programme news.
At 7.0 and 8.0 News and more of Today with Sports-desk at 7.27 and 8.27; Today's Papers at 7.35' and 8.35'; and Thought for the Day 7.45-7.50 by CANON RICHARD BUCK.
English Regions: see column 5


Introduced By:
John Timpson
Introduced By:
Barry Norman
Canon Richard Buck.

Two in a Cage by SARAH KEEGAN
Read by Jon Rollason
Three hundred days in Dart-moor and another three hundred to do, but Matty gets by as long as he has Joey - but Joey flies away.
Producer ANNE BROWN (Birmingham)


Sarah Keegan
Read By:
Jon Rollason
Anne Brown

Presenter George Luce
Your Lunchtime Snack: family-run sandwich bars in the centres of our big cities are rapidly disappearing. SYLVIA MARGOLIS finds out why.
In Shopping Basket, MARGARET KORVING looks at the cost of everyday items and reports on ' best buys.'


George Luce
Sylvia Margolis
Margaret Korving

from 2.0
Introduced by Sue HacGregor Talk till Two.
2.0-2.2 News
My Holiday Choice 1975 (2): It's Turkey for ANNE GREGG.
Focal Point: round-up of news from the world of science.
Life was Full of Problems: a listener looks back on the more peaceful years since she spoke on Woman's Hour 20 years ago. MICHAEL KITCHEN reads Billy Liar (9)


Introduced By:
Sue Hacgregor
Anne Gregg.

The Politics of Persuasion
The Social Contract has been described by some of its opponents as ' fantasy others regard it as just another name for wage restraint. The Government sees it as the cornerstone of its economic strategy, and ' an essay in the politics of persuasion.'
How effective has the Social Contract been so far? What changes are we likely to see in the coming months? John Vaizey examines the strengths and weaknesses in the pact between Government and Unions.


John Vaizey

BBC Radio 4 FM

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This data is drawn from the Radio Times magazine between 1923 and 2009. It shows what was scheduled to be broadcast, meaning it was subject to change and may not be accurate. More