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BBC Radio 4 FM

Percival and Apple

by ANTHONY ARMSTRONG Read in five parts by Ian Carmichael
1 : Winter Sporting
I I have noticed a pair of crutches in the hall of the hotel. The porter ten's me there are others, but they are in use. It appears one can hire them. I am not looking forward to my first ski-ing tomorrow.' Producer JOHN CARDY
BBC Radio 4 FM

Percival and Apple

by ANTHONY ARMSTRONG Read by IAN CARMICHAEL 2: More Winter Sporting
No man looks his best on these occasions -particularly if he has fallen so inextricably that the lady is able to get up first and lend him a helping hand.
BBC Radio 4 FM

Percival and Apple

by ANTHONY ARMSTRONG Read by IAN CARMICHAEL
3: Punting and Other Things
Part of the time the punt merely twirled round the pole like a beetle on a pin; part of the time we cannoned from bank to bank; and all the time we drifted leisurely in the opposite direction.
BBC Radio 4 FM

Percival and Apple

by ANTHONY ARMSTRONG Read by IAN CARMICHAEL
4: Apple and Income-Tax
In a little note which flipped into Apple's letterbox the other day, he was requested to pay a certain sum to a gentleman he had never even met. Apple, the pig-headed old stiff, has decided not to. Hence the row.
BBC Radio 4 FM

Percival and Apple

by ANTHONY ARMSTRONG Read in five parts by IAN CARMICHAEL
5: Dining Rosemary and Gift
Pipe Rosemary entered the Berkritz with the studied air of any well-dressed girl entering an expensive restaurant - that is, as if she considered it too intolerably foul to have to feed in such a cheap dump.
BBC Two England

Tricks of the Trade

Presented by Paul Coia and Debbie Greenwood with Russell Grant in the kitchen
Why should every caravan have some garden canes and a spirit level? How does a blank look help a model? And what does cheese clean better than an apple? Find out the answers ... plus tricks and handy hints galore in this series which takes the lid off trade secrets.
With celebrity tips from Norman Collier
Based on an idea by JACK DOUGLAS and LANCE PERCIVAL
Produced by CECIL KORER JOHN ROONEY
(In association with Gambit Enterprises) BBC North West
If you have any hints or tips please send them to:
[address removed]
For fact sheets send a large sae to the same address
BBC Two England

Gardeners' World

In tonight's programme Geoff Hamilton builds a water feature to accompany his reclaimed garden at Barnsdale, and Gay Search looks at fuchsias - both beautiful old favourites and exciting new strains - on a trip to a nursery in Hampshire with over 400 varieties. Plus, Pippa Greenwood investigates fireblight, a bacterial infection that is proving especially devastating to apple orchards around the country, and the show visits a walled kitchen garden at
West Dean in Sussex that has now been restored to its 19th-century splendour. Series producer John Percival ; Executive producer
TonyLaryea Stereo ♦ See Geoff Hamilton : page 26 ♦ Reader Offers: page






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