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Playhouse

Tristram Shandy A dramatisation of Laurence Sterne 's novel. Tristram Shandy endeavours to tell the story of his life, but is much hampered by his delight in irrelevant anecdote and his love of humorous serendipity.
Dramatised by Peter Buckman Music by James Walker , played by Roger Hellyer and Julia Vorhalik Director Penny Gold
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Journey's End

R C Sherriff's classic story of life in the trenches in the First
World War.
Director Christopher Venning (R)
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Morning Story

A Good Game by ANNE PIPER
Read by Richard Hurndall Producer MITCH RAPER
BBC Radio 4 FM

Morning Story

Take Your Partners by RONALD BLYTHE
Read by Richard Hurndall
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Saturday-Night Theatre

The Day of the Screech-owl
A play for radio by CARLO ARDITO from the novel by LEONARDO SCIASCIA
The age of technology had not yet reached Sicily in 1961. There were no sophisticated weather stations. They told the prevailing wind by wetting an index finger and sticking it up in the air. They relied on the swallow for signs of summer-and on the screech-owl for signs of impending death.
Directed by GLYN DEARMAN (Repeated: Mon 3.0pm)
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Woman's Hour

from Manchester with Lesley Judd
Captives of Industry:
Acklington Prison has introduced a popular course for inmates-Small Business Management.
Swallows and Bolsheviks: Arthur Ransome was born 100 years ago. Writer/ director Mike Healey recalls the life of this
Yorkshire journalist who married Trotsky's secretary and settled in the Lake District.
Producer DUNA STENSON BBC Manchester Over the Bridge by RICHARD CHURCH abridged in ten parts by PAT MCLOUGHLIN
Read by RICHARD HURNDALL (10)
(Music: Glazunov's
Saxophone Concerto)
BBC Radio 4 FM

Woman's Hour

Introduced by Sue MacGregor including during the week some TalkingPoint,Your Lettersand other topics. Among these today: Rumbly Tummies:
ANDREA ADAMS who has an embarrassingly loud and persistent one- seeks an explanation.
Over the Bridge by RICHARD CHURCH abridged in ten parts by PAT MCLOUGHLIN
Read by Richard Hurndall (1) 'It was 1 January 1900: New Year's Day; New Century's
Day.' With these words, the late Richard Church , poet and novelist, began this autobiography of his Battersea childhood, which was first published in 1955. (Music: Glazunov's Saxophone Concerto)
Editor SANDRA CHALMERS
BBC Radio 4 FM

Morning Story

The Blue Bead by NORAH BUKKK
Read by Richard Hurndall Producer MITCH RAPER
BBC Radio 4 FM

Morning Story

Johnnie poothers by CHARLES ODGER Read by Richard Hurndall
BBC Radio 4 FM

Saturday-Night Theatre

Logic and Futility by CHRISTOPHER RUSSELL with Victorian Inventor of a calculating engine which proved to be the forerunner of the modern digital computer - a man 100 years ahead of his time. How very differently he would have been treated today.
Directed by GLYN DEARMAN
BBC Radio 4 FM

Pay Any Price

by TED ALLBEURY
The last of ten parts adapted by the author from his latest novel
Directed by CHRISTOPHER VENNING
(Barry Foster is a National Theatre player)
BBC Radio 4 FM

Morning Story

Herbert by LESLIE IIALWARD. Read by Richard Hurndall long wave only
BBC Radio 4 FM

Morning Story

Choosing a Father by LESLIE HALWARD
Read by Richard Hurndall Producer MITCH RAPER long wave only
BBC Radio 4 FM

Morning Story

One Day They'll Marry by LESLIE HALWARD
Read by Richard Hurndall Producer MITCH RAPER long wave only
BBC Radio 4 FM

Afternoon Theatre: A Fair Exchange

by Grant Eustace
with Martin Jarvis as Scott Mortimer

A car is found apparently abandoned on the Forth Bridge Road and a fishing boat finds a young naval officer's body washed up on Inchkeith. Was his death an accident, suicide, or something more sinister?
(Repeat)
BBC Radio 4 FM

Morning Story

The Pedlar by CUY DE MAUPASSANT translatedbyHARRY BELL Read by Richard Hurndall Producer MITCH RAPER long wave only
BBC Radio 4 FM

Morning Story

Rats by M. R. JAMES
Read by Richard Hurndall Producer MITCH RAPER long wave only
BBC Radio 4 FM

Afternoon Theatre: The Hampdenshire Wonder

by JEFFREY SEGAL adapted from the novel by J. D. BERESFORD
Ginger Stott 's overriding ambition was to father a prodigy. When their son Victor was born - and became known as the Hampdenshire Wonder - Ginger and Ellen Mary discovered qualities In him they, and society, found disturbing.
Directed by CHRISTOPHER VENNING
BBC Radio 4 FM

Afternoon Theatre: Tristram Shandy

A dramatisation by Peter Buckman of Laurence Sterne's comic novel, with music by James Walker
The Life and Opinions of Tristram Shandy together with divers reflections on Life, Death, Love, Religion and Art.
Our hero Tristram Shandy endeavours to tell us the story of his life but is much hampered bv his delight in irrelevant anecdote and his love of humorous serendipity.
BBC Radio 4 FM

The Monday Play: Tristram Shandy

by Laurence Sterne
A dramatisation by Peter Buckman of Laurence Sterne's comic novel
with music by James Walker
[Starring] Nigel Hawthorne as Tristram, Robert Lang as Uncle Toby, Richard Hurndall as Mr Shandy, Vivian Pickles as Widow Wadman

The Life and Opinions of Tristram Shandy together with divers reflections on Life, Death, Love, Religion and Art
Our hero Tristram Shandy endeavours to tell us the story of his life but is much hampered by his delight in irrelevant anecdote and his love of humorous serendipity.






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