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3/6. Literary quizmaster James Walton presides over team captains Sebastian Faulks and John Walsh with guests Jane Thynne and Wendy Holden. The author of the week and subject for pastiche is Tom Stoppard , and the reader is Beth Chalmers. Repeated from Monday

Contributors

Unknown:
James Walton
Unknown:
Sebastian Faulks
Unknown:
John Walsh
Unknown:
Jane Thynne
Unknown:
Wendy Holden.
Unknown:
Tom Stoppard
Unknown:
Beth Chalmers.

Takeaway Food. Given the public's growing demand for nutritious fast food, Sheila Dillon explores the new style of take-away that provides quick and easy food that's also healthy and locally sourced. Producer Margaret Collins Repeated tomorrow at 4pm

Contributors

Unknown:
Sheila Dillon
Producer:
Margaret Collins

Another Super Eights match. Commentators include
Christopher Martin-Jenkins , Tony Cozier and Kevin Howells , With further input from Colin Croft and Ranjit Fernando.
Producer Peter Baxter 'approximate times
Highlights of today's play are on BBC 1 tonight

Contributors

Unknown:
Christopher Martin-Jenkins
Unknown:
Tony Cozier
Unknown:
Kevin Howells
Unknown:
Colin Croft
Unknown:
Ranjit Fernando.
Producer:
Peter Baxter

Regional Variations (2)

Classic Serial: The Making of a Marchioness

BBC Radio 4 FM

Classic Serial

The Making of a Machioness

Episode 1: The Making of a Marchioness

Duration: 1 hour

on BBC Radio 4 FM

Michelene Wandor's dramatisation of Frances Hodgson Burnett's romance. Emily Fox-Seton's life changes when Lady Maria invites her to a party.

Regional Variations (2)

Philip Pullman and Miss Jones

BBC Radio 4 FM

Duration: 30 minutes

on BBC Radio 4 FM

Available for over a year

Terry Jones presides over a conversation between best-selling author Philip Pullman and his former schoolteacher Enid Jones, whose friendship has endured nearly fifty years. Show more

BBC Radio 4 FM

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