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You don't have to be
Welsh to enjoy holidays in Pembrokeshire, a horse-drawn caravan In the Black mountains or staying In a Welsh castle. Bernard Falk presents a special Welsh edition. Producer
JENNY MALLINSON DUFF
Editor ROGER MACDONALD

Contributors

Unknown:
Bernard Falk
Unknown:
Jenny Mallinson
Editor:
Roger MacDonald

A Question of Money
First of two programmes At the invitation of the Unit Trust Association, the Money Box team takes to the road to answer questions on personal finance put by listeners in Swansea as part of Radio 4's week in Wales.
The panel: Louise Botting Vincent Duggleby ,
Christopher Gilchrist Philip Hardman
Guest Mark St Giles of the Unit Trust Association A financial World Tonight production

Contributors

Unknown:
Louise Botting
Unknown:
Vincent Duggleby

Recorded at Imperial College, London, where Barry Cryer, Graeme Garden, Willie Rushton and Tim Brooke-Taylor are trying to study for a Degree under Chairman Humphrey Lyttelton
Pianist COLIN SELL
Producer PAUL MAYHEW-ARCHER
(Repeated: Mon 6.30 pm)
12.55 Weather; programme news

Contributors

Unknown:
Barry Cryer
Unknown:
Graeme Garden
Unknown:
Willie Rushton
Unknown:
Tim Brooke-Taylor
Pianist:
Humphrey Lyttelton
Pianist:
Colin Sell
Unknown:
Paul Mayiiew-Archer

by Angus Graham-Campbell

Steve's friends are planning a motorbike trip to Spain and they want him to go too, but his parents have already booked the annual family holiday in the Highlands.

Contributors

Writer:
Angus Graham-Campbell
Director:
Jeremy Mortimer
Steve:
Robert Glenister
Pam:
Diana Bishop
Chris:
Jo Dunlop
Mike:
Alex Jennings
Phil:
David Napier
Policeman:
Crawford Logan

An Inquiry into the Treasury
Five programmes
3: The Jjuciget-Malcers
The Chancellor's Budget statement is the culmination of a process that has been going on behind closed doors at the Treasury for several months. Hugo Young talks to the key Treasury officials who have been involved in the process, including former
Permanent Secretary Sir Douglas Was*; Senior
Economist Rachel Lomax ; Under Secretary
Peter Kemp and the Chancellor. The Rt lion Sir Geoffrey Howe , mp.
Producer ANNE SLOMAN

Contributors

Talks:
Hugo Young
Unknown:
Rachel Lomax
Unknown:
Peter Kemp
Unknown:
Sir Geoffrey Howe
Producer:
Anne Sloman

Wendy Jones with a weekly look at our environment. Today's programme investigates the hazards of transporting nuclear waste through our cities and Des Wilson from Friends of the Earth talks about theforthcomlng environmental campatgn. Producers caynor shutte and MICK WEB.

Contributors

Unknown:
Wendy Jones
Unknown:
Des Wilson

The year is 1851. A young Welshman sets sail for Australia to make his fortune in the new land where - or so the guide books promised - You step on gold as you walk and breathe gold-dust in the wind ..
Taken from the letters of Ebenezer Parry 's family who waited for him back home, and of Ebenezer himself who spent the rest of his life searching for a dream at Gaffney's Creek, Victoria; only to realise-toolate-that he'd left all of his dreams behind him, In Wales. BBC Wales

Contributors

Unknown:
Ebenezer Parry

Dragon
An epic saga by DON HAWORTH. With
In this allegorical story reflecting on the nature of power and war, the legend of St George and the Dragon Is turned on Its head. other warriors and dragons played by JOHN MACANDREW , JOE DUNLOP , ALARIC COTTER Directed by RICHARD WORTLEY

Contributors

Unknown:
Don Haworth.
Unknown:
St George
Played By:
John MacAndrew
Played By:
Joe Dunlop
Played By:
Alaric Cotter
Directed By:
Richard Wortley
George:
Robert Stephens
Thesaurus:
Alan Bennett
the King:
Cyril Shaps
the Queen:
Pauline Letts
Amalric:
David Timson
the narrator Alculn:
Stephen Thorne
Young Alcuin:
Jill Lidstone
Toron:
Elizabeth Lindsay
Felice:
Jayn Rosamund
Geila:
Kathryn Hurlbutt
Sybil:
Christine Absalom
Priest:
Alan Dudley
Fippa:
Sonia Fraser
Herald:
Alexander John
Kalor:
John Rye
Balin:
Michael Spice
Emich:
John Hollis
PonS:
Haydn Wood
Grendal:
Stephen Garlick

Whatever economic cuts the French may make, they are unlikely to affect the Government's plans to modernise the arsenal of nuclear weapons which provides France with its own independent deterrent.
While the peace movement prospers in every other corner of western Europe, In France it remains powerless. Few in France regret de Gaulle's decision to leave the military wing of NATO butwhatIstheFrench nuclear strategy and do they understand it? As
France continues to keep friend and foe guessing, Stuart Simon reports. Producer JOHN DRURY Editor DAVID TAYLOR A File on 4 special BBC Manchester

Contributors

Unknown:
Stuart Simon
Producer:
John Drury
Editor:
David Taylor

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