Biotechnology has been under the microscope this week at an international conference organised by the Royal Agricultural Society of England.
Producer ALLAN WRIGHT BBC Pebble Mill
with James Whitbourn
Presenters John Humphrys and Sue MacGregor Editor PHILIP HARDING
Introduced by Cliff Morgan Strawberries and cream, champagne and the best players in the world - Wimbledon 89.
Producer BOB SHENNAN
Presented by Bernard Falk with Nigel Coombs. Producer
JENNY MALLINSON DUFF
Robert Elms looks for the reality behind four separate social groups which have all caused a moral panic and a public outcry. He discovers their archetypes, their antecedents and their consequences. The Hooligan
From Roman gladiator gangs to rural lager louts; each generation creates its own teenage monsters. Producer CATHERINE MAHONEY Stereo
A reflected history in eight reels.
Reel 1: The Lion and the Unicorn
'Since the very beginning of the sound era, the lion and the unicorn appear to have been standing guard on either side of British popular cinema: the lion, with its solidarity and sense of proportion; the unicorn, with its imagination and sense of fantasy.'
With the opinions of Stuart Hood ,
Andy Medhurst , Neil Sinyard , Elizabeth Sussex , and the voices of EDGAR ANSTEY , STANLEY BALDWIN ,
JIM BEVERIDGE , GRACIE FIELDS, GEORGE FORMBY , HARRY WATT and BASIL WRIGHT. Reader DAVID KING
Compiled and researched by PAUL WELLS
Script and narration by CHRISTOPHER FRAYLING
Directed by JOHN POWELL Stereo
Producer DENNIS SEWELL
Producer HOWARD ROGERS
Presenter Louise Botting
Producer FRANCES MACDONALD
Last in the series. Chair Barry Took
Captains Alan Coren and Ian Hislop.
Written and compiled by JOHN LANGDON and producer HARRY THOMPSON Stereo
Tony Banks, mp, and Michael Winner
Chair James Naughtie and at 2.00pm
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Call James Naughtie with Any Questions? issues.
Producers JOHN HOLMES and JOHN WATKINS. BBC Bristol
< LINES OPEN from 12.30pm
Just Remember Two
Things: It's Not Fair and Don't Be Late
Written and narrated by TERENCE FRISBY.
(A Giles Cooper Award winner)
With Ray Smith as Uncle
Jack Petra Davies as Aunt Rose Charles Clarke as Terry and Boris Hunka as Jack. 'A few days after the last British soldiers left
Dunkirk, my brother and I became evacuees and were carried off to another world.'
Directed by MATTHEW WALTERS. Stereo (R)
To mark Museums' Year, Kenneth Hudson and Barry Cunliffe , go in search of some museums for fun.
Researcher FELICITY GOODALL Producers KATE MCALL and JOHN KNIGHT. BBC Bristol
Regional Variations (2)
4.30 New Series Behind the Ritual Seven programmes in which Ronald Eyre talks to young people about their faiths. Producer MERILYN HARRIS
5.00 New Series Steps to War Seven programmes in which Professor James Joll recalls the events which led to war. 1: The Uneasy Peace Producer GORDON HUTCHINGS
5.30 Radio International Isabel Soto presents a personal selection from Spanish radio. (May be recorded for educational use)
Rosemary Hartill talks to Anthony Burgess.
with Bill Wallis , David Tate , Sally Grace and Jon Glover
and Sports Round-Up
Omnibus edition by CHRISTINA REID
Produced and directed by CUVE BRILL. Stereo
Brendan Polan explores contemporary lifestyles. Producers IAN KIRK-SMITH and JANET LEE
BBC Radio Drama presents the LA Classic
Theater Works in the first radio production of NEIL simon's highly-acclaimed three-part stage play. With Ed Asner, Marsha Mason and Hector Elizondo ,
Alfred Molina , Joe Spano and JoBeth Williams.
With special appearances by Richard Dreyfuss and Amy Irving.
Each part takes place in the same suite in the Plaza Hotel, New York. 1: Visitor from
(* guest artists)
2: Visitor from Hollywood
3: Visitor from Forest Hills
Directed by MARTIN JENKINS Stereo and at 9.27 Neil Simon in conversation
by SOMERSET MAUGHAM Read by Brian Gear Producer PAMELA HOWE BBC Bristol (R)
led by John Oates. Stereo
Begging the Ring by CHRISTOPHER JONES. Cornish wrestling is a sport for young men.
Last year David Jenkins was 45 and fighting the years in an effort to win the middleweight championship for the third time. Christopher Jones was with him. Producer ALEC REID BBC Bristol
Leonard Barras reads two of his fairly likely stories of Wallsend life: It Was Possibly Watling Street and Whatever Day It Was. Producer GILLIAN HUSH BBC Manchester
The Light Programme's request show catered for women at home.
With the help of archive material, Russell Davies and Maureen Lipman tell the tale of those times.
1958: Coffee and Sugartime Compiled by RUSSELL DAVIES Producer JONATHAN JAMES-MOORE . Stereo
(First broadcast on Radio 2)