An interview with a prominent figure in the agricultural industry, followed by a five-day weather forecast for farmers Producers ALLAN WRIGHT andTIMFINNEY
Presented by Peter Hobday and Jon Silverman with Brian Redhead in Brighton at the Trades Union Congress
6.30,7.30,8.30 News Summary
6.45* Business News With BOB FINIGAN
7.0, 8.0 Today's News
Read by PAULINE BUSHNELL
7.25*. 8.25* Sport
With CHARLES COL VILE
7.45* Thought for the Day Editor JENNY ABRAMSKY
A look ahead with Kate Moon
One man and a dog versus the south-west peninsular path by MARK WALLINGTON abridged in eight parts by BRIAN GEAR
Read by James Saxon
1: Breakfast in Minehead Producer PAMELA HOWE BBCBristol
live from Dublin
Producer VICTOR LEWIS SMITH. Stereo
Rare breeds, old crafts, new ideas and time-honoured secrets are all shared in the programme dedicated to all who live in the country. Jeanine McMullen goes in search of the breeders, the craftsmen and the tellers of tales who help to keep the countryside as it is always remembered.
Producer MARY PRICE. BBCBristol
Sleuths on the Scent by DOROTHY L. SAYERS
Read by Geoffrey Beevers
The first of three stories to be broadcast in the next few weeks, featuring the author's 'other' detective - Monty Egg, commercial traveller in wines and spirits
Producer MITCH RAPER
Hebrews 4, w 14-15, 10, w 1-39;
Praise to the Lord, the Almighty (BHB 25); Join all the glorious names (BHB 175); Chnst of the upward way (BHB 538) BBC Wales. Stereo
Much Hadham in Hertfordshire is the home of sculptor Henry Moore. Brian Johnston is given a rare glimpse of the studio where some of his finest work was born.
Down the road in Little
Hadham, rehearsals for the annual pantomime are about to begin. Brian treads the boards of the village hall with the colonel who always plays Dame.
Producer JILL MARSHALL. BBCBristol
Presented by Vemon Scannell Readers JUNE BARRIE and JOHN FRANKLYN-ROBBINS Producer MARGARET BRADLEY BBCBristol. Stereo
The only national radio programme for consumers Presented by Chris Burns Editor GRAHAM ELLIS
A general musical knowledge quiz in three movements Chairman Ned Sherrin Semi-final: Heat 2
Barbara Hall (housewife) Joan Taylor
(retired history lecturer) Derek Parkes
Programme devised and questions set by EDWARD COLE
Producer RICHARD EDIS. Stereo
(Re-broadcast tomorrow at 6.30pm)
Presented by Brian Widlake Editor DEREK LEWIS
Written and presented by CHRISTOPHER LILLICRAP Producer MARY KALEMKERIAN
Jane Berthoud talks to parents, teachers and children about the perennial problem of school bullies.
Serial: On the Other Side by MATHILDE WOLFF-MONCKEBERG abridged in 12 episodes byANNREES-JONES
Read by Margaret Tyzack (1)
Mathilde Wolff-Monckeberg was a German civilian in Hamburg during the last war. Her family was scattered throughout the world, including a daughter who was living in Wales. She kept this diary to let her children 'on the other side' know what Hitler's Germany was like.
Music: Hanson's First Symphony Editor SANDRA CHALMERS
Looneys by JOHN ANTROBUS Stereo
(Broadcaston Saturday at 7.0pm)
Presented by Sheridan Morley
Presented by Valerie Singleton and Michael Stewart
Editor DEREK LEWIS
with BRIAN PERKINS including Financial Report
(Re-broadcast tomorrow at 1. 40pm)
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Colin Tudge passes through some leading laboratories. 5: Hill Farming Research Organisation
Producer DEBORAH COHEN
(Re-broadcast next Saturday)
A celebration of the 30th anniversary of the National Youth Theatre, in which its founder and director Michael Croft recalls the early days of the company. With the aid of recordings made at the time, he reflects on the youthful performances of some past members including JOHN STRIDE . HYWEL BENNETT. SIMON WARD.
HELEN MIRREN ,DIANA QUICK and MARTIN JARVIS. Producer ANNE HINDS BBC Birmingham
(Revised broadcast next Saturday)
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8.20 Good Lads at Heart by PETER TERSON
Performed by present members of the National Youth Theatre and featuring the special guest appearance of Michael Croft as the Governor of Summerdown Youth Custodial Centre
A group of offenders attends a session with two inexperienced drama teachers. For some it is just an amusing way to pass a Saturday morning, but the class turns out to have unexpected and dramatic results.
Directed by PHILIP MARTIN BBC Birmingham. Stereo
(Re-broadcast next Saturday)
Paul Allen presents tonight's edition, which includes interviews, and news and reviews of films, books, plays, broadcasting, music and exhibitions.
Producer JOHN POWELL Editor ANNE WINDER
(Re-broadcast tomorrow at 4.30pm)
Academic Year by D. J.ENRIGHT abridged in ten episodes by JOHNSCOTNEY
Read by Michael Deacon (6)
Presented by Anthony Howard including a report from the Trades Union Congress in Brighton
Editor BLAIR THOMSON
Regional Variations (2)
In 1945 a Czech called
Jan Lodvik Hoch was awarded the Military Cross by Field Marshal Montgomery for 'heroism in the face of enemy action'. Better known now as multi-millionaire Robert Maxwell , he seems to have spent his life successfully combating enemy action in the world of publishing.
William Davis discovers why he does it. Producer HELEN ROBSON (R) revised
followed by an interlude