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with Sue MacGregor and John Humphrys.
7.25, 8.25 Sports News
7.45 Thought for the Day with John Dunlop.
WRITE TO: Today, BBC. London W1A 1AA

Contributors

Unknown:
Sue MacGregor
Unknown:
John Humphrys.
Unknown:
John Dunlop.

by Ellen Dryden.
Childhood memories, haunting strains of nearly forgotten jazz and perhaps something more sinister continue to draw Ben Wheeler back to a lake.
When a child disappears, his obsession provokes suspicion.
With Hayley Thomas , Steve Hodson , Angus Wright , Michael Onslow , Rachel Atkins , Lala Lloyd , James Taylor and Lyndam Gregory Music by Stephen Warbeck Director Ned Chaillet Rpt

Contributors

Unknown:
Ellen Dryden.
Unknown:
Ben Wheeler
Unknown:
Hayley Thomas
Unknown:
Steve Hodson
Unknown:
Angus Wright
Unknown:
Michael Onslow
Unknown:
Rachel Atkins
Unknown:
Lala Lloyd
Unknown:
James Taylor
Music By:
Stephen Warbeck
Director:
Ned Chaillet
Ben Wheeler:
James Aubrey
Isobel:
Karen Archer
Val:
Pauline Yates
Ruth:
Frances Jeater
Moonstone:
Teresa Gallagher
Chris:
Barry Woolgar
Jamie:
Nicholas Boulton
Rick:
David Thorpe
Rosie:
Isabelle Huet
Tom:
John Prendergast

Chris Cviic explores memories of Central Europe's rich, shared past and its devastation by fascism, communism and two world wars.
4: Hammers, Sickles and Swastikas Deprived of the prosperous Habsburg common market, the successor states grappled with new tariff barriers, world depression and high unemployment. Producer Zareer Masani
Repeated tomorrow at 8.00pm

Contributors

Unknown:
Chris Cviic
Producer:
Zareer Masani

it's seven years since the first transplants to treat brain disease in humans. What has happened to this technique now? Peter Evans reports. Producer Toby Murcott
Repeated Tuesday at 8.30pm

Contributors

Unknown:
Peter Evans
Producer:
Toby Murcott

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Kaleidoscope Feature

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Kaleidoscope

Joseph Heller

Duration: 29 minutes

on BBC Radio 4 FM

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The award-winning American author Joseph Heller talks to Christopher Bigsby about his work, his celebrated novel Catch-22 and its companion novel Closing Time. Broadcast in 1994. Show more

In Colin Douglas and Harry Quinn 's new comedy, it is late summer in Edinburgh. The Edina Classic Opera Guild (Amateur) have a new Chair this year, and changes have been made.
With Michael Perceval-Maxwell and Claire Liddell Director Hamish Wilson

Contributors

Unknown:
Colin Douglas
Unknown:
Harry Quinn
Unknown:
Michael Perceval-Maxwell
Unknown:
Claire Liddell
Director:
Hamish Wilson
Barbara:
Vari Sylvester
Gary:
Liam Brennan
Hector:
Alec Monteath
Douglas:
Michael MacKenzie
Dolly:
Sheila Donald
Senga:
Jan Wilson
Ralph:
Mark Cox
Candy:
Maria Miller
Sinclair:
Michael Elder
Veronica:
Muriel Romanes
Dennis:
John Yule
Sir Bruce:
John Yule
Wayne:
Ian Sexon
Philip:
Ian Sexon

The quotation quiz hosted by Nigel Rees , with Patrick Barlow , Lord Oaksey, Sir Antony Jay and Celia Haddon. The quotations are read by Ronald Fletcher. Producer Kathy Smith Rpt

Contributors

Unknown:
Nigel Rees
Unknown:
Patrick Barlow
Unknown:
Sir Antony Jay
Unknown:
Celia Haddon.
Read By:
Ronald Fletcher.
Producer:
Kathy Smith Rpt

3: Street Talk -Posh Talk. Penny was raised in Tottenham, north London, and has six brothers and sisters. The oldest brother talks "very posh", the youngest speak a mixture of cockney and Jamaican patois.
Producers Kim Normanton and Tessa Watt

Contributors

Producers:
Kim Normanton
Producers:
Tessa Watt

A four-part dramatisation of P D James's first novel in which she created her famous detective Adam Dalgliesh.
1: A murder in an East Anglian village reveals hidden passions.
Dramatised by Neville Teller Director Matthew Walters Rpt

Contributors

Unknown:
Adam Dalgliesh.
Dramatised By:
Neville Teller
Director:
Matthew Walters
Mrs Maxie:
Sian Phillips
Felix:
Hugh Grant
Deborah:
Beatie Edney
Catherine:
Oona Beeson
Stephen:
David Thorpe
Miss Liddell:
Kate Binchy
Martha:
Jill Graham
Sally:
Melanie Hudson
Dr Epps:
Philip Anthony
Mrs Webster:
Linda Polan
Intruder:
John Baddeley

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