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BBC Radio 4 FM

A Book at Bedtime

The Turn of the Screw (4) long wave only
BBC Radio 4 FM

A Book at Bedtime

The Turn of the Screw (2) long wave unly
BBC Radio 4 FM

A Book at Bedtime

The Turn of the Screw (5) by HENRY JAMES long wave only
BBC Radio 4 FM

A Book at Bedtime

The Turn of the Screw (3) long wave only
BBC Radio 4 FM

Woman's Hour

with Jenni Murray. Serial: The Turn of the Screw (6)
BBC Radio 4 FM

Woman's Hour

with Jenni Murray.
Cheryl Armitage wants to know why many adult women resort to baby voices. Serial: The Turn of the Screw (5)
BBC Radio 4 FM

Woman's Hour

from Newcastle. Introduced by Sylvia Horn.
Serial: The Turn of the Screw (8)
BBC Radio 4 FM

Woman's Hour

from Manchester.
Introduced by Helen Boaden.
Serial: The Turn of the Screw (3)
BBC Radio 4 FM

Woman's Hour

Introduced by Jenni Murray.
Serial: The Turn of the Screw (2)
BBC Radio 4 FM

Woman's Hour

with Jenni Murray.
Serial: The Turn of the Screw (7)
BBC Radio 4 FM

Christmas Spirits

8: The Turn of the Screw by Henry James.
What evil influences the two children at Bly?
Dramatised by John Tydeman Music Wildredo Acosta
Director Glyn Dearman. Stereo
BBC Radio 3

CD Masters

With Jonathan Swain.
Warlock 0 Curlew Cry No More (The Curlew)
John Armstrong (tenor), Robert Murchie (flute), Terence MacDonagh (cor anglais), International Quartet, conductor Constant Lambert
10.10 Shostakovich Piano Quintet, Op 57 Victor Aller (piano), Hollywood Quartet
10.40 Britten The Lesson (The Turn of the Screw, Scene 6) David Hemmings (treble),
Olive Dyer and Jennifer Vyvyan (sopranos),
Joy Boughton (oboe/cor anglais), English Opera Group Orchestra, conductor Benjamin Britten
10.46 Vaughan Williams Ten Blake Songs Ian Partridge (tenor), Janet Craxton (oboe)
11.05 Mendelssohn Symphony No 3 in A minor (Scottish) LSO, conductor Peter Maag
11.45 Marcello Oboe Concerto in C minor Leon Goossens , Philharmonia, conductor Walter Susskind
BBC Radio 4 FM

Front Row

Mark Lawson presents the arts show and meets dramatist Nick Dear and novelist AN Wilson , who have both been inspired by The Turn of the Screw by Henry James. Producer Stephen Hughes
BBC Radio 3

Private Passions

Michael Berkeley talks to award-winning actor Alex Jennings , whose film credits include The Queen and Babel. He has also appeared in TV dramas such as A Very Social Secretary, Spooks and The State Within. His musical tastes range from Frank Sinatra and Marvin Gaye to Lorraine Hunt Lieberson singing Bach, Laurence Olivier declaiming Shakespeare to Walton's music, and Britten's opera The Turn of the Screw.
BBC Radio 3

Classical Collection

With Sarah Walker.
Wolf Die Geister am Mumme/see; Gebet Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau (baritone), Gerald Moore (piano)
10.07 Kabalevsky Cello Concerto
Steven Isserlis , London PO, conductor Andrew Litton
10.35 Britten The Turn of the Screw (excerpt)
Mahler Chamber Orchestra, conductor Daniel Harding
10.54 Beethoven Piano Trio in D, Op 70 (Ghost) Wilhelm Kempff (piano), Henryk Szeryng (violin), Pierre Fournier (cello)
11.21 Priuli, arr Empire Brass Canzone seconda a 6; Canzona Bergamasca Empire Bass
11.29 Grainger I'm Seventeen Come Sunday; Brigg Fair; The Lost Lady Found
Monteverdi Choir , English Country Gardiner Orchestra, conductor John Eliot Gardiner
11.40 Delius Brigg Fair
Halle Orchestra, conductor Mark Elder
BBC Radio 4 FM

Still Life Painting

by STEPHEN MALLATRATT. With
Jean returns to the clifftop studio to paint a tribute to her late husband. But what is it she sees reflected in the window?
Directed by NIGEL BRYANT BBC Pebble Mill. Stereo
BBC Two England

The Past Afloat

A series of eight films, written and presented by Anthony Burton 4: Full Sieam Ahead
As technology developed, the marine steam-engine grew up, producing more and more power from the same amount of energy. The screw propeller stayed but at the turn of the century a new kind of engine appeared: the turbine. ANTHONY BURTON visits Brunei's SS Great Britain at Bristol; a Clyde puffer, VIC32 at Tarbert; the elegant Swallow and the superb Otto on Lake Windermere. He finds the world's first turbineengined boat, Turbinia, still at Newcastle and a ' little Cunarder', Manxman, in service at Liverpool.
Film editor KEITH WILTON Producer MICHAEL GARROD
BBC Two England

Open Space

Star Wars
This film has been made by scientists at London's
Imperial College who actively oppose Britain's involvement in research on President
Reagan's$30 billion 'Strategic Defence Initiative' or SDI.
Like many of their American counterparts, the Imperial
College scientists are deeply disturbed by SDI, which they see as yet another turn of the screw in the escalation of the arms race. Alongside contributions from several eminent scientists, is a poignant presentation of the case against SDI by Harry Fairbrother.
As a mathematician in the Second World War he worked on the Atomic Bomb, which, to his horror, was used at Hiroshima in 1945. Narrator Bob Peck
Cameraman BILL BROOMFIELD Film editor TIM CAWSTON
Series producer PETER LEE WRIGHT Producer GILES OAKLEY
Open Space is the series where the public can make programmes under their own editorial control with help from Community Programme Unit.
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