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ON YOUR FARM

comes direct from the farm of TED MOULT at Ticknall on the borders of Derbyshire and Leicestershire
DAVID RICHARDSON and DAVID BUTLER pay an early morning visit to this 260-acre dairy and arable holding and talk to Mr. Moult, his family, and staff
Arranged and introduced by ANTHONY PARKIN
Revised edition: Wednesday, 12.25 p.m. in the Midland Home Service
BBC Radio 4 FM

WRITERS ON TOUR

The Arts Council has just sponsored a tour of towns in Lancashire by the novelists Iris Murdoch and Julian Mitchell , the poet Adrian Henri. and the playwright John McGrath. They have been to libraries, schools, and colleges, and have been holding public meetings to discuss problems and ideas about the job of writing and reading.
RONALD EYRE reports, with recorded illustration, on the activities of this week in the North
Produced by Russell Harty
BBC One London

The Carry On Gang: Please Turn Over

A season of films from the Carry On creators - producer Peter Rogers and director Gerald Thomas.
Tonight starring Ted Ray Jean Kent , Leslie Phillips
Joan Sims with Julia Lockwood
Tim Seely , Charles Hawtrey
Teenager Jo Halliday is fed-up with the way her father Edward is forever holding up his efficient secretary Millicent Jones as a paragon of virtue. Jo proceeds to write a luridly sensational novel, Naked Revolt, that features thinly-veiled portraits of her family and their highly respectable suburban neighbours.
Producer PETER ROGERS Director GERALD THOMAS
. Films: page 9
BBC Radio 4 FM

File on 4

India After
Indira Michael Robinson reports from Delhi and the Indian
States on the Union's chances of holding together after the assassination of Mrs Gandhi. Producer MAX EASTERMAN Editor BRIAN WALKER BBC Manchester
(Repeated: Wednesday 4.0 pm)
Radio 5

On the Level

Rod Lucas rings the yuletide bells, Vince Rogers is holding the mistletoe, and the Bard of Biggleswade chimes in with a Christmas review.
Join in on [number removed].
BBC Two England

Arena On the Road with Boggs

In the 1980s American artist
J S G Boggs stunned the art world by holding an exhibition of banknotes, drawn by himself. In one go, he broke moral, artistic and legal taboos-counterfeiting money, poking fun at the art world, and raising the question, "Is this art?" The film follows this controversial artist on a journey funded by his hand-painted banknotes through railway stations, supermarkets, restaurants, wine bars and art galleries, as he attempts to evade arrest and discover the real value of money - and art. Director Philip Haas
Series editors Nigel Finch , Anthony Wall
A Methodact production for BBCtv
BBC Radio 4 FM

Thursday Afternoon Play: Shells on a Woven Chord

By Akulah Agbami. Mother Somalia is holding a once-in-a-lifetime gathering on her beach. She invites her scattered daughters to celebrate their stories and poems with her. with Peggy Phango. Joy Richardson. Flo Wilson
, Toyin Fani Kayode , Nicola Gardener, Sandra James Young , Ray Emmet Brown and Burt Caesar. Music by Akintayo Akinbode Director Nandita Ghose
BBC Four

Searching for the Wrong-Eyed Jesus

Country singer
Jim White takes a road trip through the rural white American South in in an Arena documentary.
Driving through a terrain of truck stops and churches, he finds a community fiercely holding on to their religious beliefs - the perpetual struggle between
Satan and God.
BBC One London

Casualty

New series Holding On 1/2. Maggie's daughter is trapped when a block of flats housing asylum seekers collapses into a mine shaft, as an explosive two-parter kicks off the new run. Concludes tomorrow 8pm.
Writer Ann Marie Di Mambro ; Producer Sue Howells ; Director Paul Norton Walker More cast Sunday www.bbc.co.uk/casualty
2ZY Manchester

Mr. A. L. GRACIE, Captain of the Man. chester Football Club : A talk on Seven-a-side Rugby Football '

SEVEN-A-SIDE Rugby football is still less well known than it deserves to be, as it is a fast and very thrilling game. The Manchester Football Club is holding a seven-a-side knock-out tournament tomorrow in aid of Manchester and Salford hospitals', and in this talk the rules and tactics of the game will be described by the Captain of the Club, Mr. A. L. Gracie , who, as followers of ' Rugger ' will well remember, was not so long ago the Scottish Captain, and amongst the most brilliant three-quarters-playing in International games.
BBC Home Service Basic

'HOLDING CIVILISATION TOGETHER

A talk on values and world affairs by T. J. Haarhoff , Professor of Classics at the University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg, South Africa. (Recording)
BBC Home Service Basic

'HOLDING CIVILISATION TOGETHER'

A talk on values and world affairs by T. J. Haarhoff , Professor of Classics at the University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg, South Africa. (Recording)
BBC Home Service Basic

BRIDGE ON THE AIR

Postbag
With both sides vulnerable West deals and bids One Spade; North bids Two Hearts, and East passes. What should South bid. holding S. 8 4, H. 6 4 3, D A 7 5 3, C. A K 7 6? One of the questions sent by listeners and chosen by Stewart MacPherson. Terence Reese and Maurice Ellinger discuss the answer to this and other problems.
BBC Home Service Basic

BRIDGE ON THE AIR Polling the Experts

Partner opens One Diamond: holding S: A J 9 7 6 4, H: 6, D: K 9 7, C: K J 4, you respond One Spade; partner bids Two Clubs. What would you bid now?
This is one of the questions that Terence Reese puts to a group of expert players
Introduced by Stewart MacPherson
BBC Home Service Basic

BRIDGE ON THE AIR Postbag

If your partner, vulnerable opened Five Diamonds, what would you respond holding:
S: AK73 H: KJ95 D: 6 C: AK62
This is one of the questions, sent by listeners, to be discussed by Terence Reese and Maurice Ellinger
Introduced by Henry Riddell
BBC Television

Hugh and I: Holding the Baby

A comedy series by John Chapman.
Starring Terry Scott and Hugh Lloyd
with Wallas Eaton, Vi Stevens, Patricia Hayes, Jack Haig, Mollie Sugden, Jill Curzon, Margaret Courtenay, Molly Weir, Anna Gilcrist, Elizabeth Benson
Previously shown on July 23, 1963
BBC Home Service Basic

ON YOUR FARM

comes direct from the N.F.U. Vice-President's farm at Coleshill, Warwickshire
DAVID RICHARDSON and DAVID BUTLER pay an early morning visit to this mixed holding of 278 acres and talk to HENRY PLUMB and his family and staff about the running of it
Produced by Anthony Parkin
BBC Home Service Basic

ON YOUR FARM

comes this week direct from The Vale of Evesham
DAVID BUTLER and DAVID RICHARDSON pay an early morning visit to the 400-acre fruit and vegetable holding run by HENRY and EDWARD CROWTHEft
Produced by Anthony Parkin
BBC Home Service Basic

ON YOUR FARM

comes from Messrs. S. Mayall and Son's holding at Harmer Hill, near Shrewsbury
David RICHARDSON and David BUTLER pay an early morning call to the 600-acre organic farm which is geared to the production of milk, bacon, fat lamb, and cereals, and talk to SAM MAYALL , his family, and staff. The farm has used no chemical fertiliser for seventeen years.
Produced by Anthony Parkin
Revised edition: Wednesday at
12.25 in the Midland Hume Service
BBC Radio 4 FM

ON YOUR FARM

comes direct from the 500-acre hill farm of Hubert Gwillim near Talgarth,
Breconshire David Richardson and David BUTLER pay an early-morning visit to this holding 1,000 feet up in the Black Mountains where they keep pedigree Hereford cattle, Welsh and Clun Hatfbred sheep, and grow cereals and seed potatoes.
Produced by Anthony Parkin
Repeated: Wednesday, 12.25 p.m. (Midland and West Home Services)






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