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Introduced by Tony Lewis Wales begin their challenge for rugby union's Five Nations Championship this afternoon with the match against England at the National Stadium. Cardiff. Taste the atmosphere there, and look forward to Scotland's match against the French in Paris. There's live cricket throughout the programme, as ENGLAND play the final one-day match against NEW zealanid in Perth, plus, of course, a look at the more unusual moments in the world of sport. Producer DAVE GORDON

Contributors

Introduced By:
Tony Lewis Wales
Producer:
Dave Gordon

Introduced by Bernard Falk , with help from
SUSAN MARLING and ROBIN dewtiurst , taking a look at holidays, travel and leisure. Producer
JENNY MALLINSON DUFF
Editor ROGER MACDONALD

Contributors

Introduced By:
Bernard Falk
Unknown:
Susan Marling
Unknown:
Robin Dewtiurst
Unknown:
Jenny Mallinson Duff
Editor:
Roger MacDonald

Presenter Louise Bolting The programme that keeps you in touch with what's happening in the field of personal savings. tax, mortgages, insurance. social security and the financial problems of everyday life.
A Financial World Tonight production
(Repeated: Mon 10.2 am)

Eight programmes
The Instruments of Jazz 6: The Oddities with ADRIAN ROLLINI
LIONEL HAMPTON , FRED KATZ SLAM STEWART ,
HERBIE MANN , TOOTS THIELEMANS and others
Producer ALAN OWEN (Revised repeat)
12.55 Weather: programme news

Contributors

Unknown:
Adrian Rollini
Unknown:
Lionel Hampton
Unknown:
Fred Katz
Unknown:
Slam Stewart
Unknown:
Herbie Mann
Producer:
Alan Owen

Dreams Remembered by JULIET ACE withand
Corporal Michael Lamb has been shot while on duty in Belfast. He is paralysed from the waist down. In hospital back in England he is visited by Chrissie Drew , who is in the sixth form at school and is doing compulsory community work. Michael has decided to remain silent for the time being and it Is Chrissie's job to make him talk again.
Directed by SHAUN MACLOUGHLIN BBC Bristol
(Repeated: Tues 11.3 am)

Contributors

Unknown:
Juliet Ace
Unknown:
Chrissie Drew
Directed By:
Shaun MacLoughlin
Michael:
Steve Hodson
Chrissie:
Petra Markham
Irish voices,:
Sean Barrett
Nurse:
Jo Anderson

Nine O'clock Bell
Sixth of a seven-part selection of words and music about the countryside.
Village schools past and present - tender teachers and tyrants - playground verses and songs.
Readers Sion Probert and Elizabeth Proud
Compiled and produced by HERBERT WILLIAMS BBC Wales

Contributors

Readers:
Sion Probert
Produced By:
Herbert Williams

A six-part series in which Asians in Britain talk to Towyn Mason about their continuing links with their places of origin.
2:PoKistan,EspectatfM Mirpur in Pakistan-controlled Kashmir
' I left my village when I was only 16, but I still miss it. All the kids of the village used to go to school, play together, swim together, graze cattle, and those things are still ingrained in my own mind.'
Producer JOAN GRIFFITHS

Contributors

Producer:
Joan Griffiths

by Valerie Georgeson
with Kathleen Helme as Edna

Edna, now near the end of her life, finds that the threat of the demolition of her home heightens her memories of the past. These memories become more real than the present as she relives her experiences - the joys and the tragedies.

BBC Manchester

Contributors

Writer:
Valerie Georgeson
Songs performed by:
Melanie Sylvester
Songs performed by:
Barry Banks
Accompanied by:
Michael Hancock
Technical Presentation:
David Fleming-Williams
Director:
Kay Patrick
Edna:
Kathleen Helme
Hilary/Tillie:
Marlene Sidaway
Lily:
Anne Jameson
Joe:
Nigel Anthony
Henry/Capt Christiansen:
Christian Rodska
Sylvia/Shopkeeper:
Valerie Georgeson

A History of the Royal Opera House If you come into the Opera House around Jour o'clock when there's nobody in the auditorium and the curtains are open and the lights on, you can stand in the middle of the stage with complete silence around you and let the past talk to you.
(SIR GERAINT EVANS )
It was the success of The Beggar's Opera which enabled John Rich to build the first theatre in Covent Garden In 1732. In the first of a new series of three programmes, Derek Parker tells the story of the Royal Opera House, Covent Garden and, drawing upon the written and recorded memories of those who have worked there. recalls some of the highlights of its glittering history.
Producer JOHN KNIGHT

Contributors

Unknown:
Sir Geraint Evans
Unknown:
John Rich
Unknown:
Derek Parker
Producer:
John Knight

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