Anne Harvey explores the real life story behind
Pamela Brown 's 1941 tale about a group of children who start their own theatre company. Comedian Victoria Wood , writer
Jacqueline Wilson and botanist David Bellamy reveal their experiences Of the book. Repeated from Thursday
Anne Harvey explores the real events behind
Pamela Brown 's 1941 story The Swish of the Curtain about a group of children who start their own theatre company. Comedian Victoria Wood , writer Jacqueline Wilson and botanist David Bellamy all reveal their experiences of the book. Producer Philippa Ritchie Repeated on Sunday at 12.15am
David Bellamy speaks on behalf of a charity which benefits wildlife and nature conservation.
DONATIONS: [address removed]. CREDIT CARDS: [number removed] Repeated tomorrow llpm
speaks for the Week's Good Cause about a charity devoted to the conservation of bats.
DONATIONS TO: The Bat Conservation Trust. [address removed] CREDIT CARDS: (0171) [number removed]
A celebration of the I-Spy books' spotting game that has kept millions of youngsters happy. Among those paying tribute is David Bellamy. Producer David Prest
A combination of careful management and a degree of good luck ha ve turned Hamsterley Forest, Co
Durham, into a haven for wildlife. Along with almost 100 different varieties of tree, the wood pasture and meadows provide ideal habitats for birds like the crossbill, siskin, curlew and nightjar. Michael Scott joins David Bellamy and Head Ranger Brian Walker on a tour of the area.
Producer John Holmes
While in the comfort of your home, surrounded by presents and full of turkey, spare a thought for those intrepid naturalists, explorers and others who do not let Christmas Day deflect them from their purpose - facing danger, excitement and, in David Bellamy 's case, nearly becoming a shark's Christmas dinner.
Presented by Barry Paine. Producer JOHN HARRISON BBC Bristol
David Bellamy introduces children to the natural delights of the roadside.
Presenter Jenni Murray
Fergus Keeling joins
David Bellamy in Turkey to see if one of the last really wild places can be saved, while Lionel Kelleway has a ringside view of the fallow deer rut among the biggest herd in Britain.
Producer JOHN HARRISON BBCBristol
The botanist David Bellamy presents a selection of his favourite poetry and prose. Readers DINSDALE LANDEN and MICHELE DOTRICE. Stereo
I wish I could have sung tenor, or been as good as Nureyev in the ballet - that would have been a talent. But to remember the Latin names of plants ...
The botanist David Bellamy presents, before an audience in the Bowes Museum, Barnard Castle, a selection of his favourite poetry and prose. Readers DINSDALE LANDEN and MICHELE DOTRlCE Producer BRIAN PATTEN BBC Bristol Stereo
(Re-broadcast tomorrow at 1. 10pm)
talks, for the Week's Good
Cause, about the work of the Marine Conservation Society in safeguarding Britain's remarkable sealife - the country's last great wilderness. Donations to: David Bellamy , Marine Conservation Society, [address removed]
1.55 Listening Corner Today: William's Rainbow by SARAH MORCOM
2.5 History: Not So Long Ago Anne Frank by JO MANTON (R)
2.25 Contact Spring by DAVID BELLAMY Presented by PAUL MCDOWELL (R)
2.40 Pictures in Your Mind (Stories) White Horses and Black Bulls by ALAN JENKINS adapted for radio by PADDY BECHELY (R)
talks, for the Week's Good
Cause, about the real value of holidays to people least able to get one: handicapped and deprived children and adults and their families.
Donations for help to: BREAK,
First in a series of documentaries in which a current religious or moral issue is examined.
1: Creation-Its Use and Abuse Experiments on live animals raise emotion in both supporters and critics. How should the environment and the creatures within it be treated?
Ted Harrison investigates, and talks to botanist David Bellamy ; a scientist who deliberately deafens cats; and a man who was prepared to die to save an animal.
Producer and series editor
JOHN NEWBURY (Revised repeat)
talks, for the Week's Good
Cause, about a greater public awareness and understanding of the need for controlled protection of our natural heritage: the countryside. Donations:
David Bellamy talks about his first job to KEITH ALLAN.
by MICHAEL FLANDERS and JOSEPH HOROVITZ
Before the performance
Marjorie Lofthouse goes behind the scenes of this mammoth production by a choir of 2,500 Solihull
School Children, members of THE SOUHULL YOUTH
SINFONIA and THE SOLIHULL YOUTH ORCHESTRA and soloist NOEL MANN conducted by PETER FOWLER and introduced by David Bellamy
Producer david WELSBY BBC Birmingham
David Bellamy , talks about the summer wildlife of Britain and Mollie Harris indulges in her favourite hobby - winemaking. Martin Muncaster discovers that the ancient craft of thatching is still very much in demand and also concerned with house building is Lynn ten
Kate who visits the only man in Berkshire still making bricks by hand. Eric Simms visits
Thetford Forest to see what damage is being caused by wandering deer while in the New Forest, Andrea Adams finds out that this is strongly discouraged by officials who have their own ' open court
Wynford Vaughan -Thomas introduces this seasonal look at activities in the countryside.
Producer CAROLINE ELLIOT (Repeated: Thurs 11.0 am)
DAVID BELLAMY talks about the National Foster Care Association and its work in providing good quality care for 120,000 children. Donations, by cheque or PO, to: [address removed]: or by Access or Barclaycard on [number removed]8.55 Weather: travel: programme news