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Story Time

The Pass Beyond Kashmir by berkei.y MATHER: abridged for radio in ten parts by STUART FORSYTH
Read by Garard Green
A map hidden in one of the high passes of the Himalayas during World War II and a drunken ex-Indian Army major living in a Bombay slum may hold the key to untold wealth. But it is the early 1960s: relations between India and Pakistan are strained and China is tightening its hold on Tibet. 1: Bargain in the Bazaar Producer JOHN SCOTNEY
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Story Time

The Pass Beyond Kashmir by BERKELY MATHER abridged for radio in ten parts by STUART FORSYTH
Read by Garard Green
In their pursuit of the mysterious map buried on a hillside in the Himalayas, Smedley and Rees have reached Lahore. But it has become obvious that there are others also interested in getting hold of the map. 6: The Decisive Factor
BBC Radio 4 FM

Thirty-Minute Theatre

The Birds and the Bees by PAM TICKELL
' Sally, wouldn'you rather have a little baby like this than all the jobs in the world? Deep down. I think you do want one. Go on, Sally, hold her if you'd like to ...'
Producer ALFRED BRADLEY (Leeds)
BBC Radio 4 FM

Afternoon Theatre

Selected for Friday
Hold My Hand. Soldier by CLIVE EXTON with John Hollis as The Private Peter Egan as The Officer
Haydn Jones as The Corporal
The action is set on and near a battlefield - any battlefield. Producer
CHARLES LEFEAUX (1968) followed by an interlude
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Afternoon Theatre

Selected for Friday The Nosebag
A play for radio by Louis MACNEICE (written in 1944) A traditional Russian folk tale. The story itself is fantastic but the hero is a true Russian peasant. with Patrick Wymark as the Old Russian Soldier
'As you go on by this road. Soldier, whatever you see that you fancy, be it beast, bird or fish - just you hold out this bag and open the mouth of it and call out " Beast or bird! Jump in here in my nosebag! " and mark my words, they will stop.' They do, but ... with GEOFFREY WINCOTT
JOHN DEARTH, NIGEL ANTHONY JOSEFINA RAY. JOHN BOLLIS TRADER FAULKNER, PATRICIA GALLIMORE, ERIC ANDERSON MICHAEL MCCLAIN with music composed and conducted by HUMPHREY SEARLE Producer FRANCIS DILLON (1966)
BBC Radio 4 FM

Glastonbury Power

An investigation by Peter France
Four hundred people wait on a hill for dawn on Midsummer Day ... 12,000 annually make a pilgrimage to a ruined monastery ... Others wait for the New Albion promised by the legends surrounding King Arthur....
No place in Britain is richer in myth and legend than Glastonbury. Did Joseph of Arimathea bring the Holy Grail here? Did King Arthur hold court here? Is the Tor the centre of Zodiacal signs which give it unseen power?
Peter France talks to people involved in all these questions and asks literary scholars, archaeologists, clergy and a professor of social psychology why Glastonbury has such power to satisfy so many and conflicting needs and outlooks. Producer PETER FIRTH (Bristol)
Arthur, Avalon and Sedgemoor: Monday 9.30 pm Radio 3. Sages on the Tor: page 4
BBC Radio 4 FM

Hear No Evil, See No Evil

The story of Censorship in Hollywood written by ALEXANDER WALKER Narrator René Cutforth
Just as the metaphorical apple of Eden was followed by gripes of conscience, the discovery of the screen kiss brought on the symptomatic cramps of censorship to come (A Million and One Nights: TERRY RAMSAYE)
The early ' age of innocence in the American motion-picture industry didn' last very long. In 1915 the first censorship boards were set up and in 1930 the Will H. Hays Motion Picture Production Code came into being with a formidable list of ' thou shalt nots.'
Today hardly any of the old restraints hold. But the moralists could still strike back ... With the voices of RAMSAY WILLIAMS , PAUL MAXWELL PHIL BROWN. ALAN GIFFORD ROY STEPHENS. DON FELLOWS Producer
MAURICE LEITCH Hollywoodor bust: page 5
BBC Radio 4 FM

News

Growing Herbs-in the Kitchen: FRANCES PERRY.
Bring Your Own Soapbox!: a series of off-beat viewpoints. 3: DIANA COOPER on (other people's) children.
Good for Business?: BERNARD JACKSON moves among traders who hold the Royal Warrant ' By Appointment.'
This month is the bicentenary of the birth of Charles Lamb. Cyril Luckham reads three of his essays abridged by BARBARA BRILL. Today: The Wedding
BBC Radio 4 FM

All Creatures Great and Small

A day in the life of country vet. James Herriot. JEANINE MCMULLEN travels with him on his rounds of Yorkshire hill-farms. Herriot, now one of the best-selling authors in the .world. still prefers to spend his days up to his armpit inside cows finding out why they cannot hold in calf, rather than living a life of luxury in the Bahamas.
Producer PETER DE ROSA
BBC Radio 4 FM

All Creatures Great and Small

A day in the life of country vet. James Herriot. JEANINE MCMnLEN travels with him on his rounds of Yorkshire hill-farms. Herriot, now one of the best-selling authors in the world, still prefers to spend his days up to his armpit inside cows finding out why they cannot hold in calf. rather than living a life of luxury in the Bahamas.
Producer PETER DE ROSA
James Herriot is guest of the week: Woman's Hour, Wed
BBC Radio 4 FM

Woman's Hour

Introduced by Sue MacGregor Scribs , Cross Keys or Skinch?: children's sayings and games are IONA AND PETER OPIE 'S life's work, and every week Iona goes to school to ' collect' them.
2.0-2.2 News
Reading your letters.
Excuse Me, but you Probably Have Diseased Gums: BERNARD KIESER , a periodontologist, believes most adults have, and explains what to do about it. If Only More Women Would.... hold their end up in an argument, says JACKY GILLOTT.
A Drop o' the Hard Stuff: FRANCES BERTHELSEN goes on a whisky trail through the Highlands of Scotland.
BARBARA MITCHELL reads Sarah Whitman by DIANE PEARSON (6)
BBC Radio 4 FM

Morning Story: Finders Keepers

by Margaret Williams. Read by Juliet Cooke
"Out on the main road I checked the mirror for traffic and for the first time got a clear look at what Denny was holding in his hand. At first it didn't register. Then I froze."
BBC Radio 4 FM

It's Your Line: [number removed]

Holding Society to Ransom
Increasingly, small groups of fanatics try to impose their will on society by acts of terrorism or random violence. How can we cope with them?
Ring Robin Day to put your questions to Sir Robert Thomp son, expert on guerrilla warfare in Malaya and Vietnam, and Consultant to governments - including the White House - on Security.
Producer WALTER WALLICH
Call [number removed]from 6.0 pm
BBC Radio 4 FM

Morning Story

Shadows on the Wall by CHRISTINE E. HOPTON Read by Brenda Bruce
Do the shadows from a telephone box hold the clue to the identity of a criminal? Producer DAVID shute (BBC Birmingham)
BBC Radio 4 FM

Brain of Britain 1976: 1: London

A general knowledge contest Chairman Robert Robinson 1: London
Glyn Hardwicke, solicitor, Miss Oonagh Lahr, lecturer, Richard Sandford-Smith, retired executive, Mrs Jean Tait
including Beat the Brains in which listeners put their own questions to the contestants.
Programme devised by John P. Wynn, who, with Ian Gillies, sets the questions.
(Repeated: Friday 6.15 pm)
Book, Brain of Britain, 35p from bookshops
12.55
Weather, programme news
VHF Regional news and weather
BBC Radio 4 FM

How Many is Too Many?

Tonight: Adrian Porter on Latin America
'There is a strong view in Latin America that birth control is a plot by the developed nations to hold down the under-developed.'
(Tomorrow: Anthony Lawrence on China)
BBC Radio 4 FM

Midweek Theatre

Salad on Saturdays by RICHARD HALLETT with Freddie Jones and Mary Wimbush
' I had to dive to my left and hold it one-handed. It was off their best batsman, too. just as he was looking dangerous.'
Other parts: MICHAEL DEACON and DENIS MCCARTHY
Produced and directed by JOHN SCOTNEY
BBC Radio 4 FM

The Best Loved English Painter

Written by DAVID THOMPSON with Narrator Stephen Murray
' Whatever may be thought of my art, it is my own. And I would rather possess a free-hold. though but a cottage. than live in a palace belonging to another.'
The English landscape painter John Constable was born 200 years ago. on 11 June 1776. This programme tells the story of his private and public life. of his love for his family, of his struggle to win acceptance for landscape painting as a major form of artistic expression. Constable's personality is explored through his letters and those of his wife and friends and other contemporary written sources.
With PATRICIA GALLIMORE WALTER HALL , PAUL MEIER
ELIZABETH PROUD , MALCOLM REID
ROGER SNOWDON , JAMES THOMASON Producer ALAN HAYDOCK
(Constable Observed: Friday
9.25 pm BBC2)
BBC Radio 4 FM

Story Time

The Sole Survivor by ROY VICKERS abridged in five parts and read by Rod Beacham
Mr Justice Sheilbron was chosen to hold the inquiry into the wreck. He was not at all pleased. It looked as if there would be a great deal of publicity ... there was for instance a desert island in it. And then there was that preposterous suggestion about a wild man Inhabiting the island ......... on top of it all was a Sole Survivor....
1: The Shipwreck
Producer PIERS PLOWRIGHT
BBC Radio 4 FM

In Touch

' If I were a parent the first thing I would do is get hold of the local telephone directory and look up " blind ".'
KEVIN MULHERN reports on some of the educational problems faced by parents of visually handicapped children. Presented by DAVID SCOTT BLACKBALL Producer THENA HESHEL
(Lifelines in Medicine - The Vulnerable Eye: Wed 8.0 pm)






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