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with John Humphrys and Anna Ford.
7.25,8.25 Sports News
7.45 Thought for the Day with Indarjit Singh.
8.40 Yesterday in Parliament Editor Roger Mosey
LETTERS: Today. BBC. London W1A 1AA FAX: [number removed]

Contributors

Unknown:
John Humphrys
Unknown:
Anna Ford.
Unknown:
Indarjit Singh.
Editor:
Roger Mosey

Chris Dunkley of the Financial Times presents the last of the series.
A Brian Lapping production. Rptd Sun 6.15pm WRITE TO: Feedback. PO Box 3431. London NW1 OTN. PHONE [number removed]FAX: [number removed]

Contributors

Unknown:
Chris Dunkley

Regional Variations (2)

An Act of Worship

BBC Radio 4 FM

The Second World War was fought not only on the battlefield but also in the kitchen gardens, the factories, the hearths and hills of Britain. In these dangerous times people confided in their diaries. The first of seven reconstructions of wartime Britain using diaries, newspapers, news bulletins and contemporary music. 1938-9: These Foolish Things. "When I get in I find that Murphy, my cat, has killed a robin. In a day of stress and emotion I feel it's Hitler's fault and I cry and cry." "Evacuated mothers and children arrive in the village from the East End - only children were expected." Compiled by Angus Calder Producer David Batchelor. RptWed 11.00pm

Contributors

Unknown:
Angus Calder
Producer:
David Batchelor.

Introduced by Alison Hilliard . Bristol in 1787 was a booming city built on a "respectable trade". Best-selling novelist Philippa Gregory discusses her latest book, which is about slavery. Serial: The Normal Man (7) For details see Monday

Contributors

Introduced By:
Alison Hilliard
Unknown:
Philippa Gregory

Tim Marlow looks at an exhibition of the photographer Richard Avedon which spans 50 years of his career. Plus a new tango experience with Laurie Booth.
Producer Chris Eldon Lee

Contributors

Unknown:
Tim Marlow
Unknown:
Richard Avedon
Unknown:
Laurie Booth.
Producer:
Chris Eldon Lee

with Hugh Sykes and Linda Lewis. Editor Margaret Budy
WRITE TO: PM Letterline, BBC Broadcasting House. London, W1A 1AA PHONE: [number removed]

Contributors

Unknown:
Hugh Sykes
Unknown:
Linda Lewis.
Editor:
Margaret Budy

What's happening at Grange Farm?
Written by Chris Thompson. Director Keri Davies. Editor Vanessa Whitburn Repeated Monday at 1.40pm
ARCHERS ADDICTS FAN CLUB: send sae to
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Contributors

Written By:
Chris Thompson.
Director:
Keri Davies.
Editor:
Vanessa Whitburn
Phil Archer:
Norman Painting
Jill Archer:
Patricia Greene
Shula Hebden:
Judy Bennett
David Archer:
Timothy Bentinck
Ruth Archer:
Felicity Finch
Pat Archer:
Patricia Gallimore
Brian Aldridge:
Charles Collingwood
Jennifer Aldridge:
Angela Piper
Debbie Aldridge:
Tamsin Greig
Kate Aldridge:
Kellie Bright
Tom Forrest:
Bob Arnold
Sid Perks:
Alan Devereux
Kathy Perks:
Hedli Niklaus
Martha Woodford:
Mollie Harris
JoeGrundy:
Edward Kelsey
Clarrie Grundy:
Rosalind Adams
Robert Snell:
Graham Blockey
Lynda Snell:
Carole Boyd
Usha Gupta:
Souad Faress
Simon Pemberton:
Peter Wingfield
Steve Oakley:
Matthew Morgan
Jason:
Brian Miller

Jonathan Dimbleby chairs a discussion in Daventry, Northamptonshire, with guests the Rt Hon Sir Norman Fowler MP, Margaret Hodge MP, Charles Moore , Editor of the Sunday
Telegraph and Michael Rosen , children's author and broadcaster.
Producer Nick Utechin. Rptd tomorrow 1.10pm

Contributors

Unknown:
Jonathan Dimbleby
Unknown:
Sir Norman Fowler
Unknown:
Margaret Hodge
Unknown:
Charles Moore
Unknown:
Michael Rosen
Producer:
Nick Utechin.

A six-part series in which, each week, reporter Laurie Taylor tries to pass himself off as an expert in a different field. 2: Max. Laurie borrows a mobile phone, a personal organiser and a new name. Will it be enough to convince the Lynne Franks PR agency that he is a public relations officer from LA? Producer Suzy Andrews

Contributors

Reporter:
Laurie Taylor
Unknown:
Lynne Franks
Producer:
Suzy Andrews

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