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speaks for the Week's Good Cause about the work of a charity which offers a preventative programme for the protection of children. ●Donations to: [address removed]
Credit Cards: [number removed]

Direct from the Parish church of St Helen's in Alveston. Led by the Rev Dave Pole. Glorious Things of Thee are
Spoken; God Is Love, His the Care; Christ the King, 0 Friends Rejoice; Rejoice in the Lord Alway; For All the Saints. Organist and Director of Music Ian Phillipson-Masters .

Contributors

Unknown:
Dave Pole.
Music:
Ian Phillipson-Masters

Today this longest running gardening show celebrates 2,000 editions with 1,000 fans at the Royal Horticultural Society in London.
Chairman Clay Jones. In the team Dr Stefan Buczacki , Sue Phillips , Fred Downham and Daphne Ledward.
Producer Diana Stenson. Stereo ●GARDENING: page 16

Contributors

Unknown:
Clay Jones.
Unknown:
Dr Stefan Buczacki
Unknown:
Sue Phillips
Unknown:
Fred Downham
Unknown:
Daphne Ledward.
Producer:
Diana Stenson.

The House at Number 9 Rue Fleurie by Jackie Kohnstamm.
With Harry Towb as Mr Zilber who looks after Mrs Baum 's house in Monaco. One day he will have a proper family to look after.
Director Janet Whitaker. Stereo

Contributors

Unknown:
Jackie Kohnstamm.
Unknown:
Harry Towb
Unknown:
Mr Zilber
Unknown:
Mrs Baum
Director:
Janet Whitaker.
Jeanne:
Jo Kendall
Rosa:
Frances Jeaters
The Count:
Harold Innocent
Giovanni:
Ronald Herdman
Mario:
Ben Onwukwe
German Officer:
Alan Barker
Driver:
Nigel Carrington
Mrs Baum:
Maxine Audley

I Do
Tony Blackburn 's jokes leave you cold? Does Brian Hayes get you hot under the collar? In the first of a new series Laurie Taylor launches the Young Radio Critic competition. Producer Mary Sharp

Contributors

Unknown:
Tony Blackburn
Unknown:
Brian Hayes
Unknown:
Laurie Taylor
Producer:
Mary Sharp

Brittle Bonds of Friendship
Britain's economic, military and political future in Europe hinges on the German connection. David Walker asks how the British people are to relate to a country about which many of them continue to have mixed feelings.

Contributors

Unknown:
Brittle Bonds
Unknown:
David Walker

Rosemary Wells , writer, illustrator and "accomplished eavesdropper" of family life, talks about her animal creations. Presented by Michael Rosen.
Producer Jill Burridge

Contributors

Unknown:
Rosemary Wells
Presented By:
Michael Rosen.
Producer:
Jill Burridge

Simon Rae joins readers Rosalind Shanks and Andrew Sachs in the Medieval Hall in Salisbury Cathedral Close.
Producer Julian Wilkinson. Stereo

Contributors

Unknown:
Simon Rae
Readers:
Rosalind Shanks
Readers:
Andrew Sachs
Producer:
Julian Wilkinson.

For his final journey on the trail of the best of British small business,
Hugh Sykes is in Scotland. Trying for the £10,000 award are Millstream, based in Aberdeen, an underwater inspection unit working in the off-shore oil fields, run by Tim Williams and Alan Brown. Growforth, bidding for L5,000, are putting out healthy green shoots in Fife, where Stan Green markets plants unique to Scotland throughout the UK.
Producer Martin Buckley. Stereo 0 DOCUMENTARY: page 8

Contributors

Unknown:
Hugh Sykes
Unknown:
Tim Williams
Unknown:
Alan Brown.
Unknown:
Stan Green
Producer:
Martin Buckley.
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The trouble about having too much to drink is you can never be sure how drunk you are because.... you've had too much to drink! Laurie Taylor gets round that problem by watching three people with a bottle of vodka. Producer Ian Bell

Contributors

Unknown:
Laurie Taylor
Producer:
Ian Bell

Voices from the Margins In the first of three meditations, writer Sylvia Sands considers the theme "courageous self-knowledge".
Reader Trudy Kelly.
Producer Bert Tosh. Stereo

Contributors

Unknown:
Sylvia Sands
Reader:
Trudy Kelly.
Producer:
Bert Tosh.

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