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A six-part adaptation of Victor Canning 's novel about the adventures of a man and his horse-drawn caravan touring 1930s rural Kent. Starring Richard Griffiths.
Narrated by James Villiers. 3: Mr Finchley continues on his Kentish travels, until, freeing a rabbit from a snare, he is captured by two gamekeepers and accused of poaching.
Adapted by Andy Merriman and Eric Merriman Producer Gareth Edwards

Contributors

Unknown:
Victor Canning
Unknown:
Richard Griffiths.
Unknown:
James Villiers.
Unknown:
Mr Finchley
Adapted By:
Andy Merriman
Adapted By:
Eric Merriman
Producer:
Gareth Edwards
Mr Finchley:
Richard Griffiths
Colonel Greatorex:
Ronald Fraser
Marshal:
Joe Melia
Garge:
Chris Emmett
Ernie:
Jon Glover
Young Woman:
Susie Brann

Brian Hayes makes sparks fly when callers cross swords with studio guests on the big issue this week. Producers Jennifer Teague and Trevor Aston
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Lines open from 6.00pm

Contributors

Unknown:
Brian Hayes
Producers:
Jennifer Teague

Richard Stilgoe presents musical highlights of the auditions for a place in the National Festival of Music for Youth.
Held over the last few weeks, the auditions have attracted over 30,000 young musicicans, some as young as 4 years old. Featuring all forms of music-making from Bach to Bhangra and swing to steel bands, the regional festivals took place at over 40 venues throughout the country.
Producer Jane Ward

Contributors

Unknown:
Richard Stilgoe
Producer:
Jane Ward

Maddy Prior presents the fiveth in a six-part series of a cappella music. Songs for Change
Including tracks by Sisters Unlimited, Ladysmith Black Mambazo ,
Joni Mitchell and Steeleye Span. A Rewind production

Contributors

Unknown:
Ladysmith Black Mambazo
Unknown:
Joni Mitchell
Unknown:
Steeleye Span.

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This data is drawn from the Radio Times magazine between 1923 and 2009. It shows what was scheduled to be broadcast, meaning it was subject to change and may not be accurate. More