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with John Humphrys and Sue MacGregor.
7.20 Listeners' Letters
7.25, 8.25 Sports News
7.45 Thought for the Day with Fr Oliver McTernan
8.40 Yesterday in Parliament
Editor Philip Harding

Contributors

Unknown:
John Humphrys
Unknown:
Sue MacGregor.
Unknown:
Fr Oliver McTernan
Editor:
Philip Harding

This week's programme comes from Hungary, where British travel agents are holding their annual conference in Budapest
. Nigel Coombs finds out what is on the agenda for the industry.
Ken Bruce takes a look at the attractions of Buda, while Cliff Michelmore crosses the river to Pest. Producer Sara Jane Hall
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Contributors

Unknown:
. Nigel Coombs
Unknown:
Ken Bruce
Unknown:
Cliff Michelmore
Producer:
Sara Jane Hall

This week's panel: Rt Hon
Malcolm Rifkind , QC, MP; Tom Sawyer ;
Professor Paul Wilkinson ; and Marjorie Thomson. Chairman
Jonathan Dimbleby. and at 2.00pm
Any Answers? [number removed]
Your opportunity to call Jonathan Dimbleby with views on the issues raised in Any Questions? Producers Anna Carragher and Chris Burns
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Contributors

Unknown:
Malcolm Rifkind
Unknown:
Tom Sawyer
Unknown:
Professor Paul Wilkinson
Unknown:
Marjorie Thomson.
Unknown:
Jonathan Dimbleby.
Unknown:
Jonathan Dimbleby
Producers:
Anna Carragher
Producers:
Chris Burns

A Date in September Schoolteacher Brendan Bell decides to turn the clock back 50 years when he sets out on a quest to find the childhood gang of his evacuation days in the Lakes. Written by Alex Ferguson.
Director Dave Sheasby. Stereo

Contributors

Unknown:
Brendan Bell
Written By:
Alex Ferguson.
Director:
Dave Sheasby.
Brendan:
Colin MacLachlan
Marian:
Eileen George
Gary:
John Basham
Chambers:
Adrian Stokes
Patterson:
Norman Mills
Mrs Parker:
Anne Jameson
Sister:
Jean Southern
Drummond:
Art Davies
Vanessa Johnson:
Anne Orwin
Hannah Brady:
Val McLane
Fireman:
David Begg
Lawrence:
Simon Henderson
Nutty:
Catherine Stobbart
Spider:
Darren Watkin
Brengun:
Anthony Morley
Billie Lewthwaite:
Christopher Ashton

John Galsworthy 's saga dramatised in 23 episodes, narrated by Dirk Bogarde as Galsworthy.
7: It is 1920 and Soames looks into the future at an art gallery. When his daughter Fleur accidentally meets Jon, the son of Irene and Young Jolyon, he doesn't like what he sees.
Episode dramatised by David Spenser
Director Janet Whitaker.
Stereo

Contributors

Written By:
John Galsworthy
Dramatised By:
David Spenser
Director:
Janet Whitaker.
Galsworthy:
Dirk Bogarde
Soames Forsyte:
Alan Howard
Fleur:
Amanda Redman
Jon:
Gary Cady
Irene:
Diana Quick
Young Jolyon:
Michael Williams
June:
Angela Pleasence
Michael Mont:
Gary Bond
Annette:
Shelley Thompson
Winifred:
Fiona Walker
George:
Christopher Good
Holly:
Elizabeth Mansfield
Val:
Dale Rapley
Timothy:
David King
Smither:
Jo Kendall
Imogen:
Tara Dominick
Jack Cardigan:
Vincent Brimble

Peter Tinniswood 's five-part comic adventure. 3: The Brothers Rotten
Narrator Christian Rodska.
Producer Pete Atkin. Stereo

Contributors

Unknown:
Peter Tinniswood
Narrator:
Christian Rodska.
Producer:
Pete Atkin.
Uncle Mort:
Stephen Thorne
Carter Brandon:
Sam Kelly
First spinster:
Liz Goulding
Second spinster:
Jane Whittenshaw
Military policeman:
Brian Miller

The final episode of Sue Limb's six-part comedy set during the English Civil War. The Wasps' Nest
The search for enemies leads to love triumphing over fire.
Music Colin Sell
Producer Jonathan James-Moore Stereo

Contributors

Producer:
Jonathan James-Moore
Sir John Firebasket:
Joss Ackland
Lady Anne Firebasket:
Denise Coffey
Tobias Thynne:
Clive Merrison
Mercy, alias Melissa:
Miriam Margolyes
Father Francis/Old Thomas:
Nickolas Grace
King Charles/Slow Ned:
Chris Emmett
Gazebo Fogg:
Jack Klaff
Posthumous:
Nicky Henson
Counter tenor:
Peter Haywood

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