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A family magazine introduced by STEVE RACE and including: A Lament for Youth: the New Year makes Boa THORPE nostalgic

Don'-do-it-yourself: FRANCES BERTHELSEN talks to some of the people who cater, cook, and cope for you

To beam or not to beam: the panto season reminds MARGARET WILLIAMS of when she was a lady limelighter

' The Golden Salamander DAVID GEARY on some of the unexpected difficulties he had in producing this afternoon's Story Time adventure

Contributors

Introduced By: Steve Race

Talks: Frances Berthelsen

Unknown: Margaret Williams

Unknown: Salamander David Geary

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Introduced by JEREMY CARRAD from the South and West

Trade Union Leader: RON NETHERCOTT, Regional Secretary of the TGWU

' The Knot Garden': SIR MICHAEL TIPPETT talks about his new opera to BRIAN GEAR

Not Just Cuddly Toys: JOHN WALMSLEY asks a Brighton vet for advice on rearing the puppies and kittens which have been bought as Christmas presents

Contributors

Introduced By: Jeremy Carrad

Talks: Michael Tippett

Unknown: John Walmsley

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A family magazine introduced by STEVE RACE and including At Your Invitation:

Godfrey Talbot , recently retired BRC Court reporter, answers listeners' questions put by DENNIS LOWER

The Englishman's Drink: SARAH BRADFORD talks to LEIGH CRUTCH-LEY about Portugal and port wine

School Exchange: BETTY VANO-VITCH's daughter Kate went to

Caen Hilbert 's Shop: another recollection of a Cornish childhood by JIM CRADDOCK

Contributors

Unknown: Godfrey Talbot

Talks: Sarah Bradford

Unknown: Caen Hilbert

Unknown: Jim Craddock

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A family magazine introduced by STEVE RACE and including: With-it Writ: CLIFF RICHARD tells TONY BLACK of his part in recording the latest paraphrase of the New Testament, with music

Heritage of Fantasy: JOAN PYPER visited the romantic castles of Ludwig II of Bavaria to meet the restorers at work and hear legends of the king Big Jack and the Injuns: w. GRATTON recalls the thrill of the Little Picture House

Your letters

Contributors

Introduced By: Steve Race

Unknown: Cliff Richard

Unknown: Tony Black

Unknown: Joan Pyper

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Kopiaste

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A family magazine introduced by STEVE RACE and including: To See Ourselves....: ANTHONY LEWIS , for five years chief correspondent of the New York Times in London, tells ROGER MACKAY how he sees the British

The Countryside in Winter: BARBARA JOSEPH puts a country-woman's view

My Mother's Yorkshire Pudding: WILLIAM PURVIS , a 100-year-old journalist, remembers meeting Bernard Shaw

In Deepest Italy, by LESLIE GARDINER. 3: The Town of the Wooden Spoons Your letters

Contributors

Introduced By: Steve Race

Unknown: Anthony Lewis

Unknown: Roger MacKay

Unknown: Barbara Joseph

Unknown: William Purvis

Unknown: Bernard Shaw

Unknown: Leslie Gardiner.

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A family magazine introduced from Northern Ireland by MICHAEL BAGULEY

A Hundred Hits: JIMMY KENNEDY talks to MAURICE LEITCH about his song-writing

Table Talk: MAUREEN SHAW recalls a fateful dinner party

The Megapode's Misfortunes: a curio of Australian wildlife investigated by JOHN D. STEWART

Twosome: MRS KATHLEEN BEHAN and her late husband STEPHEN BEHAN in recorded reminiscences of their famous literary family

Songs and Music for two guitars from DAVE SHANNON and SAM BRACKEN

Contributors

Unknown: Michael Baguley

Talks: Jimmy Kennedy

Unknown: Maurice Leitch

Unknown: Maureen Shaw

Unknown: John D. Stewart

Unknown: Mrs Kathleen Behan

Unknown: Stephen Behan

Unknown: Dave Shannon

Unknown: Sam Bracken

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A family magazine introduced by STEVE RACE and including:

Going to the Pictures: PETER DAVALLE reviews some recent films and talks to PETER MANLEY who found the Dickensian locations for the new film of David Copperfield

Never a soloist but... : ANNE BETTERIDGE looks back on her chequered years as a choir-member

A Breath of Fresh Air: From the Ilkley Moor gamekeeper and naturalist, WALTER FLESHER Your letters

Contributors

Introduced By: Steve Race

Unknown: Peter Davalle

Unknown: Peter Manley

Unknown: David Copperfield

Unknown: Anne Betteridge

Unknown: Walter Flesher

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A family magazine introduced by STEVE RACE and including: ' Youth Praise STEWART CROSS talks to MICHAEL BAUGHEN , rector of Holy Trinity, Manchester, and introduces some of the hymns he composed, sung by

6.000 young people at the Royal Albert Hall

A Victorian Art Revived: PAMELA MCDOWALL talks to CORAL HAGDON about making pictures with pressed flowers and leaves

There was Always a Surgery on! : JOAN PATTERSON recalls her childhood as a doctor's daughter

Railways of the Future: DR SYDNEY JONES , Chief of Research of British Rail, tells GEORGE SHORT the story of the development of new high-speed trains

Contributors

Introduced By: Steve Race

Talks: Stewart Cross

Unknown: Michael Baughen

Talks: Pamela McDowall

Unknown: Joan Patterson

Unknown: Dr Sydney Jones

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A family magazine introduced by STEVE RACE and including:

Wisdom Week by Week: LESLIE SMITH looks at the expanding world of part-publishing on every subject under the sun Hot Toddies: ZENA SKINNER gives some recipes for drinks that keep out the cold

A Villain of Impeccable Taste: the strange story of Samuel Hall Lord traced by JOAN PYPER

In Deepest Italy by LESUE GARDINER : 4 - The Sainted Saints of Cocullo Your letters

Contributors

Introduced By: Steve Race

Unknown: Leslie Smith

Unknown: Zena Skinner

Unknown: Samuel Hall

Unknown: Joan Pyper

Unknown: Lesue Gardiner

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A family magazine introduced from Wales by BARRY SOAN and including:

Lost Family: ANITA MORGAN talks to JACK AHEARNE about his 30-year search for his family Down bv the River: HARRY soan looks at the measures taken to prevent the Wye river from overflowing its banks Pictures from the Past: talk by GORDON ELLIS

All the Time in the World: BILL CUHRAN talks to NANSI EVANS , former headmistress of the Windsor School for Girls in llamm, Westphalia

Contributors

Unknown: Barry Soan

Unknown: Jack Ahearne

Talk By: Gordon Ellis

Unknown: Nansi Evans

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A family magazine introduced by KEN SYKORA and including:

The Shelter Man: DES WILSON, Director of the National Campaign for the Homeless, talks to JOHN ELLISON about the turning-points in his life

Operation Butterfly: L. HUGH NEWMAN tells JACK SINGLETON about when as a young man he was sent to Sark

Bathology: ELSPETH WHITAKER recalls variations on this daily (or weekly) theme

Books for Your Tokens: HONOR WYATT has some suggestions

Contributors

Unknown: John Ellison

Unknown: L. Hugh

Unknown: Jack Singleton

Unknown: Elspeth Whitaker

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A family magazine introduced by KEN SYKORA and including:

Artist in a Wheelchair: DOROTHY BROWN reflects on her way of life on wheels, and how she undertakes commissions as an interior designer

Rain or Ramble: DEREK PARKER looks at the role of the walkingstick and umbrella today Poor Clare: JOYCE' GALBRAITH attends a clothing ceremony Your letters

Contributors

Unknown: Dorothy Brown

Unknown: Derek Parker

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A family magazine introduced by KEN SYKORA and including:

Friends of the Folies: two English theatre people talk to NORMAN TOZER about their experiences of working in the famous Parisian musical revues at the Folies Bergère ' The Smugglers ': TIMOTHY GREEN tells JACK SINGLETON about ' the world's second-oldest profession '

' Exit, pursued by a bear': a Shakespearean memory by DICK GREGSON

Breakfast with a Poet: KATH LEEN CURRY recalls the day she threw her childhood ambition out of the window

Contributors

Unknown: Norman Tozer

Unknown: Timothy Green

Unknown: Jack Singleton

Unknown: Dick Gregson

Unknown: Kath Leen

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A family magazine introduced by KEN SYKORA and including

The Dolly People: ANNE CATCH-POLE looks at the current revolution in children's clothes ' Twilight ' Housing: MAY ABBOTT visits a tumbledown terrace house in Notting Hill which, with improvement grants, is being converted into two flats and a maisonette

It was just peanuts: JULIAN ORCHARD, the actor who found overnight fame through a television commercial, talks to DEREK PARKER about his life before and since

In Deepest Italy, by LESLIE GARDINER. 5: Say ' ninety-nine ' in Aquila

Your letters

Contributors

Unknown: Derek Parker

Unknown: Leslie Gardiner.

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A family magazine introduced from the Midlands by DAVID STEVENS and including:

Where there's Muck... JOHN BETTS collects rubbish and from it he finds gold. A refiner in Birmingham's Jewellery Quarter, he collects sweepings from the floors of jewellery manufacturers. He talks to GEOFFREY GREEN

The Legend Lives - The New Glenn Miller Sound: JOHNNY LAMBE , whose orchestra has revived Miller's music, talks to BARNEY BAMFORD

Pantomime: TOM COYNE investigates what this traditional Christmas entertainment means to those who provide it

Contributors

Unknown: David Stevens

Unknown: John Betts

Unknown: Glenn Miller

Unknown: Johnny Lambe

Unknown: Tom Coyne

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A family magazine introduced from Scotland by HOWARD LOCKHART

Robert Burns Birthday Celebration: poems by TOM FLEMING : songs by HELEN MCARTHUR and ALASDAIR GILLIES ; fiddle music by HECTOR MACANDREW ; accompanist JACK PICKUP

The Games: PETER HEATLEY Of the Organising Committee of the Commonwealth Games talks about this year's big event in Edinburgh

Day Trippers: as services diminish, authors ALAN PATERSON and JACK HOUSE recall some of the busy days of the Clyde Steamers

Contributors

Unknown: Tom Fleming

Songs By: Helen McArthur

Songs By: Alasdair Gillies

Music By: Hector MacAndrew

Unknown: Peter Heatley

Unknown: Alan Paterson

Unknown: Clyde Steamers

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A family magazine introduced by KEN SYKORA and including:

From ' Bluebell ' to Dame: GLADYS COOPER visits the studio

BILLY WATTS Remembers: RONALD TUCKER met one of the old-time stars that made music-hall what it was

What Price a Nazi Relic?: ST JOHN HOWELL talks to MICHAEL FORMAN who sells them

' The Stattus ': KAY GOW looks back on an East Anglian girlhood

Your letters

Contributors

Unknown: Gladys Cooper

Unknown: Billy Watts

Unknown: Ronald Tucker

Talks: St John Howell

Unknown: Michael Forman

Unknown: Kay Gow

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A family magazine introduced by KEN SYKORA and including:

The Valkyries Ride Again: DEREK PARKER meets producers and singers of the new production in English at the Coliseum of Wagner's opera, and talks to DAME EVA TURNER who sang in it years ago

The Happy Painter: PETER NOBLE meets MRS EMILY CHRISP , who in her 50s has become a successful artist

Fun for Fourpence: JOHN DUN -FORD describes how an old-time village concert was a highlight of his younger days

My Wee Friend Jean: SIMONA PAKENHAM recalls walks with Nanny through the graveyards of Edinburgh and a childhood companion whose parents were peculiar

Garden Lore for February: from FRED LOADS

Contributors

Introduced By: Ken Sykora

Unknown: Derek Parker

Unknown: Dame Eva Turner

Unknown: Mrs Emily Chrisp

Unknown: John Dun

Unknown: Simona Pakenham

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A family magazine introduced by KEN SYKORA and including: The Human Zooman: DESMOND MORRIS , author, scientist, and broadcaster, talks to JOHN ELLISON about the turning-points in his life

Animal, Vegetable?: ZENA SKINNER, a carnivore, looks into the world of the vegetarian

In Deepest Italy, by LESLIE GARDINER. 6: The truth about

Rudi Your letters

Contributors

Unknown: Desmond Morris

Unknown: Leslie Gardiner.

Unknown: Rudi Your

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Introduced from the South and West by JEREMY CARRAD

' Your most obedient Wolfgang Mozart': but he had a mind of his own too. Letters to his father, and music by Mozart, chosen by BRIAN GEAR

European Conservation Year: a discussion with JAMES DEWAR

Air Stewardess: MICHAEL WARR follows one on a flight to Majorca

Contributors

Unknown: James Dewar

Unknown: Michael Warr

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A family magazine introduced by POLLY ELWES and including: From the outback to the in-front: TED NOFFS talks to JACK SINGLETON about his experimental work at the wayside Chapel of the Cross - Kings Cross - Sydney, Australia

Gomshall Tanneries: MICHAEL GILLIAM visits a village in Surrey where suede has been produced since the 15th century and is now being exported even to nations known for their leather

Spurred on: PAMELA DODD tells the story of the music in her life

Be your own historian: LEIGH CRUTCHLEY meets some of the people responsible for the 'Jackdaw' kits for children

Literary Competition: see page 11

Contributors

Introduced By: Polly Elwes

Unknown: Jack Singleton

Unknown: Michael Gilliam

Unknown: Pamela Dodd

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A family magazine introduced by POLLY ELWES and including: Ambassadress at the Court of St James 's: HER EXCELLENCY MADAME SARAJEIC , wife Of the Yugoslav Ambassador, tells ANNE SUTER about the sort of life she leads

Tops with Children: MALCOLM SAVILLE , best-selling author of children's books for over 20 years, talks to BRIAN DOYLE

Fred: the story of a boy who was ' sent away? by A. J. REES Electric Living in 1970: JACK SINGLETON visits the trade fair opening today in Harrogate Your letters

Contributors

Introduced By: Polly Elwes

Unknown: St James

Unknown: Madame Sarajeic

Unknown: Anne Suter

Unknown: Malcolm Saville

Unknown: Brian Doyle

Unknown: Jack Singleton

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A family magazine introduced by POLLY ELWES and including: ' Dessie ': FLORENCE DESMOND talks to ANNE SUTER about her career as an impressionist and remembers some of her most famous take-offs

Capitalist in Soviet Russia: LT-COL FRANK BUSTARD opened a shipping office in Moscow just after the Revolution

The Place of a Thousand Tigers: ARTHUR FINLAYSON , a retired major, remembers with affection the tiger cub he found and reared in India

'It gives me constant pleasure': WINIFRED GILL describes how she met a truly great artist

Contributors

Introduced By: Polly Elwes

Unknown: Anne Suter

Unknown: Col Frank Bustard

Unknown: Arthur Finlayson

Unknown: Winifred Gill

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A family magazine introduced by POLLY ELWES and including

At Your Invitation: ' Miss READ,' author of the ' Village ' books, answers your questions about herself and her work

In the steps of the Decanter Equilibrists: from within the shell of an old-time music-hall the new Greenwich Theatre has emerged. MICHAEL GILLIAM meets the managers with new ideas

Shrovetide Fare: ZENA SKINNER gives some recipes for pancakes both sweet and savoury

Cold Comfort: PENNY LEDlGO describes the trials and tribulations of moving house

Contributors

Introduced By: Polly Elwes

Unknown: Michael Gilliam

Unknown: Zena Skinner

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A family magazine introduced from Northern Ireland by MICHAEL BAGULEY and including:

North Antrim Safari: PAT and LOUISA STEPHENSON talk about their new lion park

The Theatre Ghost: GRAEME ALDOUS recalls a disturbing memory from repertory days Country Columnist: w. ' SPEEDY' MOORE in conversation with MAURICE LEITCH

Soundings - Part 2: MICHAEL STEPHENS reads his poetry with guitar accompaniment by BRIAN AUDLEY

A Man and his Shopping Bag: eccentric Uncle Willie and his most prized possession remembered by DIANA STEVENSON Folk songs sung by TERESA CLIFFORD

Contributors

Unknown: Michael Baguley

Unknown: Louisa Stephenson

Unknown: Graeme Aldous

Unknown: Maurice Leitch

Unknown: Michael Stephens

Unknown: Brian Audley

Unknown: Diana Stevenson

Sung By: Teresa Clifford

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A family magazine introduced by POLLY ELWES and including: ' A World of Light and Beauty Edwige Feuillere talks to ANNE SUTER about her life and the theatre

Sea and Sand: RONALD JOHN STON, adventure story writer, tells JACK SINGLETON about his life and work

Build Your Own Army: GORDON SNELL looks into the success story of the kits that enable you to build accurate models of just about everything Your letters

Contributors

Introduced By: Polly Elwes

Unknown: Anne Suter

Unknown: Ronald John

Unknown: Jack Singleton

Unknown: Gordon Snell

Genome: [r4 Bd=19700211]

A family magazine introduced by POLLY ELWES and including: Orpheus Resurrected: The lute has been added to the syllabus of the Royal Academy of Music. FRANCES BERTHELSEN looks at its history and talks to some lutenists

Royalty to Refuse: MICHAEL GiLLiAM visits a firm of carriage builders who produced specialised vehicles from royal landaus to mechanised dustcarts, and who are now celebrating their 250th anniversary

Mannequin with Muscles: DEREK NESBITT talks to DEREK PARKER about being a male model

A Breath of Fresh Air - from the Ilkley Moor gamekeeper and na turalist WALTER FLESHER

Contributors

Introduced By: Polly Elwes

Music: Frances Berthelsen

Unknown: Michael Gilliam

Talks: Derek Nesbitt

Unknown: Derek Parker

Unknown: Walter Flesher

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A family magazine introduced by POLLY ELWES and including:

The Quest for a Unicorn: JEANINE MCMULLEN is fascinated by this mythical beast and discusses it with JOHN BROOKE -LITTLE, the Richmond Herald Going to the Pictures: PETER DAVALLE reviews some recent films and talks to LEE MARVIN and MICHAEL CRAWFORD

On the receiving end: CHARLES WARD always knows of a place for other people's rubbish Your letters

Contributors

Introduced By: Polly Elwes

Unknown: Jeanine McMullen

Unknown: John Brooke

Unknown: Peter Davalle

Unknown: Lee Marvin

Unknown: Michael Crawford

Unknown: Charles Ward

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A family magazine introduced from Wales by HARRY SOAN and including:

Welsh Millionaire: JULIAN HODGE , merchant banker, talks to GERRY MONTE about his life and career

The Pipeliners: a group of Americans who are laying a pipe from the east coast of England to the west coast of Wales recall their experiences in conversation with CHRIS LOWELL

I Can'Act Tonight: JON HOLLIDAY explains why

On Stage: GAENOR THOMAS looks at the state of the amateur theatre in Cardiff

Contributors

Unknown: Harry Soan

Unknown: Julian Hodge

Unknown: Gerry Monte

Unknown: Chris Lowell

Unknown: Jon Holliday

Unknown: Gaenor Thomas

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A family magazine introduced by TIM GUDGIN and including:

1870 and All That: STUART MAC-LURE, editor of The Times Educational Supplement, answers questions about the Forster Education Act - introduced as a Bill 100 years ago tomorrow Robin Hood 's Bay: MICHAEL BUTLER visits the picturesque Yorkshire village where potash has now been discovered

String and Sealing Wax: PETER DICKINSON tells JACK SINGLETON some interesting facts about an old scientific genius from the Cavendish Laboratory which came to light while researching for his new crime novel The Seats

Grandmother Naturalist: MARY MORSE 'S own enthusiasm skipped a generation

Contributors

Introduced By: Tim Gudgin

Unknown: Robin Hood

Unknown: Michael Butler

Unknown: Peter Dickinson

Unknown: Jack Singleton

Unknown: Mary Morse

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A family magazine introduced by TIM GUDGIN and including:

Two Worlds and Many Parts: the distinguished American actress Irene Worth , who came to this country during the war, talks tO ANNE SUTER

Under the Ground: NIGEL MURPHY explores the hidden and forgotten

Lola Montez alias Eliza Gilbert : DENISE ROBFRTSON tells the story of the 19th-century actress and adventuress for whom Liszt composed a sonata. Swinburne a poem, and a king surrendered a throne Your letters

Contributors

Introduced By: Tim Gudgin

Unknown: Irene Worth

Unknown: Anne Suter

Unknown: Nigel Murphy

Unknown: Lola Montez

Unknown: Eliza Gilbert

Unknown: Denise Robfrtson

Genome: [r4 Bd=19700218]

A family magazine introduced by TIM GUDGIN and including: From Kreisler to Suk: JEANINE MCMULLEN talks to three generations of violin-makers f

When Faust played the Devil: another of DICK GREGSON 'S memories of early days in the theatre

Twenty-five servants - but no taps: MRS WINIFRED WATSON , one of the early women graduates of Oxford, recalls the India she knew

Will someone play instead?: I.AURENCE AGER expounds the evils of being a relief organist

Contributors

Introduced By: Tim Gudgin

Talks: Jeanine McMullen

Unknown: Dick Gregson

Unknown: Mrs Winifred Watson

Unknown: I.Aurence Ager

Genome: [r4 Bd=19700219]

A family magazine introduced by TIM GUDGIN and including:

On my way to the theatre: Glynis Johns , now starring in Come as you are.' at the New Theatre. London, visits the studio to talk about herself and her career

Across the Top of the World: WALLY HERBERT talks to ELIZABETH ST JOHNSTON about his

3.620-mile Arctic journey from Alaska to Spitzbergen which took 16 months

Fresh from the sea: ZENA SKINNER suggests three new ways with herrings

The Black Box: PHYLLIS DEMAINE tells the story of her mother's deaf-aid

Your letters

Contributors

Introduced By: Tim Gudgin

Unknown: Glynis Johns

Talks: Wally Herbert

Unknown: Beth St Johnston

Unknown: Zena Skinner

Unknown: Phyllis Demaine

Genome: [r4 Bd=19700220]

A family magazine introduced from the Midlands by DAVID STEVENS

William Holman Hunt : his granddaughter DIANA, who has just written a biography of the founder of the Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood, talks to SUSAN ASHCROFT

Spring: more thoughts about greenhouse, frame, and window-box from PERCY THROWER

Fireside Computer: JUDY MAT-THEWMAN, a Cambridgeshire housewife, demonstrates to TONY SCASE how she operates one of Britain's largest computers from her home

Windfall: what difference would it make to your life if you won E150,000 on the pools? BARNEY BAMFORD has met a Northamptonshire couple who have done just that

Contributors

Unknown: David Stevens

Unknown: William Holman Hunt

Unknown: Tony Scase

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A family magazine introduced by TIM GUDGIN and including:

Carry On Autolycus: JIM DALE singer, song-writer, and actor on stage and screen, talks to PETER DAVALLE about his varied life and work

Women and Trees: AGNES STOPS. 90, founder of branches of the W.I. all over the world, meets SUE NICHOLS of Radio Leicester

Separating the men from the boys: RONALD DAVIS recalls what he did in his young days

A Good Read: STELLA RODWAY has some suggestions for your library list

Contributors

Introduced By: Tim Gudgin

Singer: Jim Dale

Unknown: Peter Davalle

Unknown: Ronald Davis

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A family magazine introduced by TIM GUDGIN and including: Bond Bombshell: NIGEL MURPHY went to Murren to see what effect the making of the latest James Bond film had on this tiny ski-ing village

A Nice Old Man for a Penny: R. LAURA SKINNER bought One Hardiga: a non-service story of service in Aden

Your letters

Contributors

Introduced By: Tim Gudgin

Unknown: Nigel Murphy

Unknown: James Bond

Unknown: R. Laura Skinner

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A family magazine introduced by TIM GUDGIN and including:

' Kay on the Keys ': KAY CAVEN DISH, who has entertained audiences all over the world, talks about herself to TIM GUDGIN

Servant to R.L.S.: ANTHEA CAMERON talks to CHARLES HOWARD who as a boy cooked for Robert Louis Stevenson in Samoa

Annigoni and All That: OR ROY STRONG of the National Portrait Gallery tells DEREK PARKER about his job and how best to represent the famous for posterity

Garden Lore for March: from FRED LOADS

Contributors

Introduced By: Tim Gudgin

Unknown: Kay Caven

Unknown: Tim Gudgin

Unknown: Charles Howard

Unknown: Derek Parker

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A family magazine introduced by TIM GUDGIN and including:

Neither Tin nor Packet: PETER MUNN investigates the latest method of keeping food fresh Up for t'cup: BILL HIBBERT with a soccer memory of 1909 St Decumanus, St Winnow, Paul Pitcher....: DEREK PARKER discovers an old calendar of Cornish fast and feast days Holiday with a Difference: It turned out very well for ALICE MAY COLLIS in the Isle of Man

Your letters

Contributors

Introduced By: Tim Gudgin

Unknown: Bill Hibbert

Unknown: Derek Parker

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A family magazine which today comes from Scotland

Introduced by HOWARD LOCKRART Marriages are Made: MRS KATHERINE DUNCAN. Edinburgh representative of a national marriage bureau, discusses some of the problems of Scottish bachelors with ' bachelor girl ' NANCY MITCHELL

Monsignor Tom Remembers: MGR THOMAS MCLAUGHLIN , DD, a parish priest ordained in Rome 52 years ago, in conversation With THE REV JOHN WADDELL

A Star in Parts: DANIEL MASSEY , who co-starred with Julie Andrews in the musical 'Star! and who recently appeared at a theatre club in Glasgow, examines the variety of parts that have come his way

Contributors

Introduced By: Howard Lockrart

Unknown: Nancy Mitchell

Unknown: Mgr Thomas McLaughlin

Unknown: John Waddell

Unknown: Daniel Massey

Unknown: Julie Andrews

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Introduced from the South and West by JEREMY CARRAD

Monkeys and Leonard Williams : HYLDA BAMBER meets the man who has been described as 1 ethologist-pbilosopher

Chips on their Shoulders?: KEN BLAKESON interviews waiters and customers in Brighton restaurants

John Wesley 's Nephew: BRIAN GEAR talks about Samuel Wes ley-Methodist by birth, Roman Catholic by conversion, and composer of Anglican church music

Contributors

Unknown: Leonard Williams

Unknown: Hylda Bamber

Unknown: John Wesley

Unknown: Samuel Wes

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A family magazine introduced by STEVE RACE and including:

' Journey from the North': Yorkshire writer STORM JAMESON talks to JACK SINGLETON about her autobiography

Lords for Life: AVRIL MOLLISON asks members of the Upper House whether life peerage is a good thing

A Cubic Foot of Horse Beans: C. G. FULBROOK describes the joys of collecting statistics Your letters

Contributors

Introduced By: Steve Race

Talks: Storm Jameson

Unknown: Jack Singleton

Unknown: C. G. Fulbrook

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A family magazine introduced by STEVE RACE and including: Where have all the ballads gone? ROYAL SUTCLIFFE, a listener, asks this question, and KEN SYKORA plays and talks about some of them

Nursery Three Four Five: iris GRENDER describes a scheme to help children learn at home the basic skills essential to formal learning later on Discovering Grandfather: MARY CATHCART sets out to find an ancestor

Guide. Philosopher, and Friend: enid- LOCKHART, who has been in the travel business for 47 years, talks to DENNIS LOWER

Contributors

Unknown: Mary Cathcart

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A family magazine introduced by STEVE RACE and including:

' 0 for a thousand tongues....': tomorrow is the Women's World Day of Prayer which is observed in more than 150 countries from Tonga to Alaska. This year's theme is ' Be of good courage '

Gateway to Life: sixty years ago Kingsley Fairbridge started a scheme for deprived children to begin a new life in Australia MICHAEL GILLIAM meets those who now run the Fairbridge Society, and others who are benefiting from it

What's Cooking?: ZENA SKINNER looks in at the Daily Mail Ideal Home Exhibition at Olympia to see what new ideas there are for cooking in the home

The Man who Weighed the Earth: The story of Henry Cavendish told by JOHN HALL Your letters

Contributors

Unknown: Michael Gilliam

Unknown: Zena Skinner

Unknown: Henry Cavendish

Told By: John Hall

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A family magazine introduced from Northern Ireland by MICHAEL BAGULEY and including: Solo Performance: TOMMY MAKEM , modern folk musician, talks to MAURICE LEITCH about the latest step in his career My Turn at Housekeeping: ANDREW BOYD talks about that once-in-a-lif etime occasion when he donned the apron

The Moleskin Jacket: another 'SPEEDY'MOORE anecdote

Contemporary folk songs composed and sung by GERRY O'KANE

Contributors

Unknown: Michael Baguley

Unknown: Tommy Makem

Unknown: Maurice Leitch

Sung By: Gerry O'Kane

Genome: [r4 Bd=19700309]

A family magazine introduced by STEVE RACE and including:

Witch. Whicharts, and White Boots: NOEL STREATFEILD talks to JOHN ELLISON about the turning-points in her life

Unacknowledged Graduate: MRS WINIFRED WATSON recalls her scholastic adventures, before going to India

To Borrow or to Buy: ELIZABETH SEAGER reviews some books she has recently enjoyed

A Breath of Fresh Air: from the Ilkley Moor gamekeeper and naturalist WALTER FLESHER

Contributors

Introduced By: Steve Race

Unknown: John Ellison

Unknown: Mrs Winifred Watson

Unknown: Elizabeth Seager

Unknown: Walter Flesher

Genome: [r4 Bd=19700310]

A family magazine introduced by STEVE RACE and including:

The Key: a new folk song written. composed, and sung by NADIA CATTOUSE for the Church Missionary Society

Starvation: an enquiry by MICHAEL WILLIAMS

Gilroy is Good for You: MICHAEL GILLIAM meets the man who has delighted millions for over 30 years with his animal posters Willow to Plastics: ALAN WRAN GLE finds out how trugs, decoy aircraft, and modern ropes are connected

Your letters

Contributors

Introduced By: Steve Race

Sung By: Nadia Cattouse

Unknown: Michael Williams

Unknown: Michael Gilliam

Unknown: Alan Wran

Genome: [r4 Bd=19700311]

A family magazine introduced by STEVE RACE and including: Boris Christoff : DEREK PARKER talks to the famous Bulgarian operatic bass about his life and music

A Persian Market in the City of London: FRANCES BERTHELSEN visits one of the biggest collections of Persian carpets in the world, and hears from LEON NOREL some of the history attached to their making

Railway Jottings: DAVID RIDER ruminates on the London and South Western Summer Schedule for 1914

Student Husband: GILLIAN ATHISAYAM reflects on what happens when the father of the family suddenly says: ' I want to be a teacher '

Contributors

Introduced By: Steve Race

Unknown: Boris Christoff

Talks: Derek Parker

Unknown: Frances Berthelsen

Unknown: Leon Norel

Genome: [r4 Bd=19700312]

A family magazine introduced by STEVE RACE and including:

Orchids by Chance: DAVID THORPE meets REG DULLER who took up orchid-growing as the result of an unexpected gift. Going to the Pictures: PETER DAVALLE reviews some recent films and talks to HAL WALLIS , producer of Anne of the Thousand Days, and HARRY SECOMBE , star of The Song of Norway From Preservation to Protection: ST JOHN HOWELL asks HOWARD HEATON , Chairman of the Worcestershire branch of the Council for the Protection of Rural England, why it changed its name

' Women's Magazines 1693-1968 ': DR CYNTHIA WHITE , a young sociologist, talks to GORDON SNELL about her book Your letters

Contributors

Introduced By: Steve Race

Unknown: David Thorpe

Unknown: Reg Duller

Unknown: Peter Davalle

Unknown: Hal Wallis

Unknown: Harry Secombe

Unknown: St John Howell

Unknown: Howard Heaton

Unknown: Dr Cynthia White

Unknown: Gordon Snell

Genome: [r4 Bd=19700313]

A family magazine introduced from the North of England by BARRY CHAMBERS and including:

Where have all the flowers gone?: OLIVE SURTEES

A Little Learning: at an age when many people are thinking of retirement JOHN F. BAILEY is taking a university degree A Handful of Change: a nostalgic glance at our old coinage, by JOAN POMFRET-

From Whitehaven to Washington: YVONNE ADAMSON investigates the links between West Cumberland and America

Contributors

Unknown: John F. Bailey

Unknown: Yvonne Adamson

Genome: [r4 Bd=19700316]

A family magazine introduced from Wales by HARRY SOAN and including:

Welsh Rarebit: WYN CALVIN recalls some of the personalities who took part in the famous radio programme from Wales Wallflower, Wallflower, growing up so high: MARGERY HUMBLE explains why

Record Business: GAENOR THOMAS plays some of the top Welsh discs and talks to the singers about their songs

Easy Money?: Some bantering and barteringby JACK JENNINGS

Contributors

Unknown: Harry Soan

Unknown: Wyn Calvin

Unknown: Gaenor Thomas

Unknown: Jack Jennings

Genome: [r4 Bd=19700317]

A family magazine introduced by KEN SYKORA and including: A Man of Many Voices: CAVALIERE ROBERT RIETTY , who has 'matched in for over 50 leading foreign stars and dubbed historic characters, tells CORAL HADDON how he does it. (He stars in Afternoon Theatre tomorrow) A Dream Come True: JEANINE MCMULLEN looks at a London fashion collection based on 18th-century shepherds', grave-diggers', and craftsmen's smocks, and talks to the designer and the Sussex smockers who make them

Food from the Sea: one possible answer to the world food shortage investigated by NEVILLE HARMS

Your letters

Contributors

Unknown: Cavaliere Robert Rietty

Unknown: Jeanine McMullen

Genome: [r4 Bd=19700318]

A family magazine introduced by KEN SYKORA and including: Peter Pan of Principal Boys: DOROTHY WARD talks to ANNE SUTER

Let's Hear it Again: ANTHONY BROTHERS , actor, dog-sitter, professional groaner, and creaking sandwich, inter alia, tells JACK SINGLETON about ways of making ends meet. Quarter of a Century: How PEGGY HARDING found her life-work - ' The Road '

' Making the hay sweet': JIM CRADDOCK recalls the happiest years of his Cornish childhood

Contributors

Unknown: Peter Pan

Talks: Dorothy Ward

Unknown: Anne Suter

Unknown: Anthony Brothers

Unknown: Jack Singleton

Unknown: Peggy Harding

Unknown: Jim Craddock

Genome: [r4 Bd=19700319]

A family magazine introduced by KEN SYKORA and including:

Goodbye-ee: URSULA BLOOM talks to JACK SINGLETON about some of the farewells in her life

Personal Choice in the Kitchen: ZENA SKINNER at the Ideal Home Exhibition discusses priorities in the 1970 kitchen

Let's Hear it Again: MRS MOLLY PENDLETON of Brighton tells ROBERT GUNNELL about motor-cycling at 79.

Your letters

Contributors

Unknown: Jack Singleton

Unknown: Zena Skinner

Unknown: Mrs Molly

Unknown: Robert Gunnell

Genome: [r4 Bd=19700320]

A family magazine

PAUL TILLEY introduces an East Anglian edition

One Foot Ashore: recollections of a life under sail in coasters, with Sailing Skipper BOB ROBERTS

Every Dog Has his Day - but when?: a lighthearted look at the hereafter by F. R. BUCKLEY Stoats in a Yew Hedge: novelist NORAH BURKE spent long days recording the career of a stoat family in her garden

'Go See Uncle': SIDNEY SHIPP recalls nearly 50 years as a pawnbroker in Cambridge

PAUL TILLEY looks at books for you

Contributors

Introduces: Paul Tilley

Unknown: Bob Roberts

Unknown: F. R. Buckley

Unknown: Norah Burke

Unknown: Sidney Shipp

Genome: [r4 Bd=19700323]

A family magazine introduced by KEN SYKORA and including:

All the Winners!: JACK singleTON reports on the literary competition

From Lanarkshire village to Lord High Commissioner: THE RT HON MARGARET HERBISON , MP, talks to JOHN ELLISON about the turning-points in her life

A Pick of Paperbacks: HONOR WYATT suggests some good reading

Garden Lore for April: from FRED LOADS

Contributors

Unknown: Margaret Herbison

Unknown: John Ellison

Genome: [r4 Bd=19700324]

A family magazine introduced by KEN SYKORA and including:

All Your Own Work: more entries from the literary competition ' Kes ': DAVID BRADLEY , a Barnsley schoolboy, talks to ROSEMARY HART about his film role as the knave who trains a kestrel Let's Hear It Again: PROFESSOR A. E. GIMSON introduces and reads versions of the Bible from before Chaucer to King James I. From office boy to buying for hiscountry (i): ALEX MCCONNELL Your letters

Contributors

Unknown: David Bradley

Unknown: Rosemary Hart

Introduces: A. E. Gimson

Unknown: King James I.

Unknown: Alex McConnell

Genome: [r4 Bd=19700325]

A family magazine introduced by KEN SYKORA and including:

The Story behind the Signature Tune: IAN HORSBRUGH with the help of records, introduces La Fille mal gardie

More Rebel than Hon: JESSICA MiTFORD , whose book The Trial of Dr Spock has recently been published, talks to MADEAU STEWART about some of her campaigns in the United States.

Let's Hear It Again: BARBARA JOSEPH recalls a wild night lambing in mid-Wales. (Broadcast in 1969) From office boy to buying for his country (ii): ALEX MCCONNELL remembers

Contributors

Unknown: Ian Horsbrugh

Unknown: Jessica Mitford

Unknown: Barbara Joseph

Unknown: Alex McConnell

Genome: [r4 Bd=19700326]

A family magazine introduced by KEN SYKORA and including: Easter 1970: FR TREVOR HUDDLE-STON, Bishop of Stepney, reflects on the significance of Easter today

With the Freedom Fighters: JESSICA MITFORD tells MADEAU STEWART how she met Martin Luther King

Midwife. Magistrate. Mother: CHARIS U. FRANKENBURG, author of the recently published Common Sense About Children, talks to JEANINE MCMULLEN

Let's Hear It Again: MARGUERITE THOMSON talks to ROSEMARY HART about her experiences in the Russian Revolutions. (Broadcast in 1966) Your letters

Contributors

Unknown: Fr Trevor

Unknown: Jessica Mitford

Unknown: Madeau Stewart

Unknown: Martin Luther King

Unknown: Jeanine McMullen

Talks: Marguerite Thomson

Unknown: Rosemary Hart

Genome: [r4 Bd=19700327]

A family magazine which comes today from Scotland Introduced by HOWARD LOCKHART Church of the Future?: This Easter a church in the new town of Livingston witnesses servicesof four denominations. Some of those involved talk about this unique ecumenical experiment

' One of the three great choirs of Europe': thus vnnKarajan describedtheEdinburghFestival Chorus. ROB}N RJCHARbSON talks tO ARTHUR OLDHAM , ChOrUS-master of this choir and of the LSO Chorus

Fifty Years of Dining Out: Head waiter RAYMONC PAGAN! talks to HOWARD LOCKHART

The Making of a Gardener: BEN BARRETT recalls his training

Contributors

Introduced By: Howard Lockhart

Unknown: Arthur Oldham

Unknown: Howard Lockhart

Unknown: Ben Barrett

Genome: [r4 Bd=19700330]

BRUCE PARKER introduces an Easter Monday edition from the studios of BBC Radio Brighton Among the guests:

Dora Bryan , Alan Melville

Contributors

Introduces: Bruce Parker

Unknown: Dora Bryan

Genome: [r4 Bd=19700331]

A family magazine introduced by TIM GUDGIN and including:

Turning Points Turned: for a change TIM GUDGIN asks JOHN ELLISON about his life and career

Valley of Animals: GARETH BOWEN has been to see how-Elma M. Williams 's new village is taking shape

Let's Hear It Again: LILY GETTLER tells DUNCAN GIBSON what it was like being a high-kicking Tiller Girl in the 90s Your letters

Contributors

Introduced By: Tim Gudgin

Unknown: Tim Gudgin

Unknown: John Ellison

Unknown: Gareth Bowen

Unknown: Elma M. Williams

Unknown: Duncan Gibson

Genome: [r4 Bd=19700401]

A family magazine introduced by POLLY ELWEs and including: An April Anthology: arranged by ROSEMARY HART and JACK SINGLETON

Vintage Toys: REX BELL collects model trains, cars and planes worth thousands of pounds. He tells MICHAEL GILLIAM about the growing popularity of toy nostalgia

Explorer Underwater: LEY KENYON, deep sea diver, photographer and excavator, talks to ANNE SUTER about his work School Inspectors in the 90s: some Victorian memories by W. A. HUDSON

Contributors

Introduced By: Polly Elwes

Arranged By: Rosemary Hart

Arranged By: Jack Singleton

Unknown: Michael Gilliam

Unknown: Anne Suter

Unknown: W. A. Hudson

Genome: [r4 Bd=19700402]

A family magazine introduced by STEVE RACE and including: Miss 1870: MAURICE HUSSEY , with the help of contemporary writers and music, looks at the Victorian young lady of 100 years ago: reader PENELOPE LEE The Passing of the Pit Pony: JIM BULLOCK , who began as a boy down the mine, talks to TONY VAN DEN BERGH

Final Fling: A ZENA SKINNER / ANNE CATCHPOLE concoction

Let's Hear It Again: ' Frying Tonight'—memories of a Sheffield boyhood by WILLIAM TAVLOR Your letters

Contributors

Introduced By: Steve Race

Unknown: Maurice Hussey

Reader: Penelope Lee

Unknown: Jim Bullock

Unknown: Tony van Den

Unknown: Zena Skinner

Unknown: Anne Catchpole

Unknown: William Tavlor

Genome: [r4 Bd=19700403]

Final Edition Introduced by KEN SYKORA

Docker Docked: JACK DASH , who has just retired, talks to JOHN ELLISON about the turning-points in his life

Music by LOS PICAFLORES

' In journeyings often, in perils of waters...': LAURA BECKING-SALE, a missionary in China at the beginning of the century, talks to MICHAEL GILLIAM

A last breath of fresh air from WALTER FLESHER , the Ilkla' Moor gamekeeper

Yorkshire National Anthem

The series produced by MICHAEL GILLIAM , CORAL HADDON DENNIS LOWER , JACK SINGLETON

Contributors

Introduced By: Ken Sykora

Unknown: Jack Dash

Unknown: John Ellison

Unknown: Michael Gilliam

Unknown: Walter Flesher

Produced By: Michael Gilliam

Produced By: Coral Haddon

Produced By: Dennis Lower

Produced By: Jack Singleton

Programme Catalogue - Details: 06 November 196719671106

Next in series: 08 November 1967

Previous in series: 31 October 1967

Description

SBH:Undercover Opera-Lover: Ida Cook describes how she and her sister, aided by the Viennese conductor Clemens Krauss, helped Jews to escape from pre-war Nazi Germany. Interviewer: Rima Roland, From Home This Afternoon.

DTF:Script. OTN:YLN 39 TH 594 YLN 39 TH 594 TXN/TDT:R4 06-Nov-1967 ANT:None None CON:COOK Ida (spkr) ROLAND Rima (int)

Broadcast history

06 Nov 1967 00:00-00:00 (RADIO 4)

Contributors

Rima Roland (int)

Ida Cook (Speaker)

Notes: CAIRS 291176.

Programme Catalogue - Details: 07 December 196719671207

Next in series: 15 December 1967

Previous in series: 30 November 1967

Description

SBH:The speaker interviewed on his early life and career and position as General Secretary of the T.U.C. (Bd. 1), and on the responsibilities of the T.U.C. (Bd.2). Interviewer: John Ellison. Recorded for, and partly used in, Turning Points - a regular item in Home This Afternoon.

Broadcast history

07 Dec 1967 00:00-00:00 (RADIO 4)

Contributors

John Ellison (int)

George Woodcock (Speaker)

Notes: CAIRS 291283.

Programme Catalogue - Details: 09 November 196719671109

Next in series: 15 November 1967

Previous in series: 08 November 1967

Description

SBH:The hairdresser interviewed about his career. Interviewer: Anne Catchpole (SNF). From Home This Afternoon.

Broadcast history

09 Nov 1967 00:00-00:00 (RADIO 4)

Contributors

Anne Catchpole (int)

Vidal Sassoon (Speaker)

Notes: CAIRS 290958.

Programme Catalogue - Details: 11 October 196719671011

Next in series: 12 October 1967

Previous in series: 26 September 1967

Description

SBH:The Gutter Hotel: John Bennett talks about his uncle John Pearce, who pioneered coffee stalls for London's working men more than a hundred years ago. From Home This Afternoon.

PRE:Speaker describes how Pearce built up his business from a single coffee barrow in the London streets to a large catering concern. Pearce's honesty and industry. His services to the catering industry. His charity, and love of humanity. OTN:YPY 34 TH 617 TXN/TDT:R4 11-Oct-1967 ANT:None. CON:BENNETT John (spkr)

Broadcast history

11 Oct 1967 00:00-00:00 (RADIO 4)

Contributors

John Bennett (Speaker)

Notes: CAIRS 290775.

Programme Catalogue - Details: 15 December 196719671215

Next in series: 18 December 1967

Previous in series: 07 December 1967

Description

SBH:Is there a place for portrait painting in the twentieth century? Barbara McDonald puts this question to Harold Riley, artist, and to three famous personalities whom he is painting: Dame Eva Turner, Dame Sybil Thorndike and Sir John Barbirolli.

Broadcast history

15 Dec 1967 00:00-00:00 (RADIO 4)

Contributors

Barbara Mcdonald (int)

Sybil Thorndike (Speaker)

John Barbirolli (Speaker)

Eva Turner (Speaker)

Notes: CAIRS 291632.

Programme Catalogue - Details: 15 November 196719671115

Next in series: 16 November 1967

Previous in series: 09 November 1967

Description

SBH:The speaker interviewed on the 'Miss World' competition, of which he is organiser. Interviewer: Anne Catchpole. From Home This Afternoon.

PRE:Chaperonage. Girls' behaviour to each other. The most colourful character - Miss Egypt of mid '50s. Most delicate situation he has had to handle - the boil on Miss France's bottom! NTS:The 1967 competition took place the following evening. OTN:PLN 46 TH 877 TXN/TDT:R4 15-Nov-1967 ANT:None. CON:CATCHPOLE Anne (int) MORLEY Eric (spkr)

Broadcast history

15 Nov 1967 00:00-00:00 (RADIO 4)

Contributors

Anne Catchpole (int)

Eric Morley (Speaker)

Notes: CAIRS 291236.

Programme Catalogue - Details: 16 November 196719671116

Next in series: 28 November 1967

Previous in series: 15 November 1967

Description

SBH:Professor Ivasheva, a professor of English at Moscow University, interviewed on Svetlans Stalin, who is one of the speaker's former students. Interviewer: Rosemary Hart (SNF) From Home This Afternoon.

PRE:Svetlana's poor performance as a student. Speaker's low opinion of Svetlana's book and of her action in leaving Russia. OTN:YLN 41 TH 801 TXN/TDT:R4 16-Nov-1967 ANT:None CON:HART Rosemary (int) IVASHEVA Valentina (spkr)

Broadcast history

16 Nov 1967 00:00-00:00 (RADIO 4)

Contributors

Rosemary Hart (int)

Valentina Ivasheva (Speaker)

Notes: CAIRS 291652.

Programme Catalogue - Details: 18 December 196719671218

Next in series: 22 December 1967

Previous in series: 15 December 1967

Description

SBH:The # Ragged: speaker describes an attempt by medical students to unmask a fake music- hall performer 60 years age From a programme in the series None This Afternoon

Broadcast history

18 Dec 1967 00:00-00:00 (RADIO 4)

Contributors

Michael Vlasto (Speaker)

Notes: CAIRS 291484.

Programme Catalogue - Details: 21 June 196719670621

Next in series: 21 June 1967

Previous in series: 14 June 1967

Description

SBH:The late Mrs. Parker, (NF), the daughter of the Arctic explorer Admiral Sir George Nares, recalls the interest Queen Victoria took in one of her father's dogs which she christened 'Albert'. From Home This Afternoon.

NTS:Interviewer John Braddock's voice is not heard. Interviewer John Braddock's voice is not heard. OTN:YBS 07 WT 426 YBS 07 WT 426 TXN/TDT:R4 21-Jun-1967 ANT:None None CON:PARKER E. (spkr)

Broadcast history

21 Jun 1967 00:00-00:00 (RADIO 4)

Contributors

E Parker (Speaker)

Notes: CAIRS 291730.

Programme Catalogue - Details: 22 December 196719671222

Next in series: 25 December 1967

Previous in series: 18 December 1967

Description

SBH:Ian Niall, author, and Charles Tunnicliffe, illustrator, discuss books about the countryside. Interviewer: Harry Soan. From a programme in the above series.

PRE:Niall talks of how he came to write his book, and explains why he likes the Welsh countryside. Tunnicliffe describes his first book illustrations for Henry Williamson's Tarka the Otter and gives his impressions of the author. Niall - a solitary worker and fascinated by the Welsh hill fox. Tunnicliffe on his drawings of birds. NTS:Ian Niall had just published his latest book, A Galloway Childhood, pub. Heinemann.

Broadcast history

22 Dec 1967 00:00-00:00 (RADIO 4)

Contributors

Harry Soan (int)

Ian Niall (Speaker)

Charles Tunnicliffe (Speaker)

Notes: CAIRS 291602.

Programme Catalogue - Details: 25 December 196719671225

Next in series: 26 December 1967

Previous in series: 22 December 1967

Description

SBH:The singer recalls how she entertained the troops in Burma during the Second World War. Interviewer: Rosemary Hart (SNF). From Home This Afternoon.

OTN:YLN 48 TH 904 YLN 48 TH 904 TXN/TDT:R4 25-Dec-1967 ANT:None. None. CON:HART Rosemary (int) LYNN Vera (spkr)

Broadcast history

25 Dec 1967 00:00-00:00 (RADIO 4)

Contributors

Rosemary Hart (int)

Vera Lynn (Speaker)

Notes: CAIRS 291212.

Programme Catalogue - Details: 25 October 196719671025

Next in series: 30 October 1967

Previous in series: 12 October 1967

Description

SBH:The composer of popular songs interviewed about some of his successes. Interviewer: Ken Sykora. From The Writer and the Song, an item in Home This Afternoon.

NTS:A slightly shorter version (7'48"") of this interview is on LP31631 (Bd.Bd.1). OTN:YLN 43 TH 821 TXN/TDT:R4 25-Oct-1967 ANT:None. CON:CARR Michael (spkr) SYKORA Ken (int)

Broadcast history

25 Oct 1967 00:00-00:00 (RADIO 4)

Contributors

Ken Sykora (int)

Michael Carr (Speaker)

Notes: CAIRS 291242.

Programme Catalogue - Details: 26 December 196719671226

Next in series: 27 December 1967

Previous in series: 25 December 1967

Description

SBH:Cardew (the Cad) Robinson recalls some amusing incidents connected with his playing the role of Frankenstein in Sheffield, early in his career. Interviewer: Jack Singleton (SNF). From Home This Afternoon.

OTN:YLN 45 TH 797 YLN 45 TH 797 TXN/TDT:R4 26-Dec-1967 ANT:None. None. CON:ROBINSON Cardew (spkr) SINGLETON Jack (int)

Broadcast history

26 Dec 1967 00:00-00:00 (RADIO 4)

Contributors

Jack Singleton (int)

Cardew Robinson (Speaker)

Notes: CAIRS 291256.

Programme Catalogue - Details: 27 December 196719671227

Next in series: 28 December 1967

Previous in series: 26 December 1967

Description

SBH:The speaker interviewed about his two year's work in a Tibetan refugee camp in Nepal. Interviewer: Jack Singleton (SNF) From Home This Afternoon

PRE:Refugees were living a primitive and aimless existence. Explains how, in two years, they established a self-contained community at the foot of the Himalayas. Building of proper houses, work and trade projects and education of special importance. DTF:Script OTN:YLN 50 TH 922 TXN/TDT:R4 27-Dec-1967

Broadcast history

27 Dec 1967 00:00-00:00 (RADIO 4)

Contributors

Jack Singleton (int)

Roger Catchpole (Speaker)

Notes: CAIRS 292080.

Programme Catalogue - Details: 28 December 196719671228

Next in series: 04 January 1968

Previous in series: 27 December 1967

Description

SBH:Jack Singleton (SNF) warms up an invited audience before a broadcast in the above series. Rec. Broadcasting House, London.

PRE:Talks about a Yorkshire national anthem. Sings a Yorkshire song in broad dialect and afterwards in refined English. Laughter and applause from audience. NTS:This item was broadcast as part of a yearly review of Home This Afternoon. OTN:YLN 51 TH 703 TXN/TDT:R4 28-Dec-1967 ANT:None.

Broadcast history

28 Dec 1967 00:00-00:00 (RADIO 4)

Contributors

Jack Singleton (Speaker)

Notes: CAIRS 291450.

Programme Catalogue - Details: 28 November 196719671128

Next in series: SOUND ARCHIVE

Previous in series: 16 November 1967

Description

SBH:The Thoughts of Quintin Hogg: he talks to John Laird (SNF) about his political philosphy and religious faith. From Home This Afternoon.

PRE:His politics - ""probably temperamentally a radical, but practically a conservative."" Factors which determine one's political colours. Differences today between Socialist and Conservative Parties' political philosophy. This century's revolution in economic, and consequently political, thinking. His admiration of aspects of 19th century. Decline in religious belief in 20th century. OTN:TLN 48 OF 114 TXN/TDT:R4 28-Nov-1967

Broadcast history

28 Nov 1967 00:00-00:00 (RADIO 4)

Contributors

John Laird (int)

Quintin Hogg (Speaker)

Notes: CAIRS 301524.

Programme Catalogue - Details: 30 November 196719671130

Next in series: 07 December 1967

Previous in series: SOUND ARCHIVE

Description

SBH:The Countess of Haddo (MP) and John Duncan (MF) interviewed about the Haddo House Choral Society and their varied artistic activities Interviewer: Susan Mackie From a programme in the series Home this Afternoon

Broadcast history

30 Nov 1967 00:00-00:00 (RADIO 4)

Contributors

Susan Mackie (int)

Beatrice Haddo (Speaker)

Notes: CAIRS 291403.

Programme Catalogue - Details: 30 October 196719671030

Next in series: 31 October 1967

Previous in series: 25 October 1967

Description

SBH:The Scottish comedian interviewed on his career. Interviewer: Howard Lockhart. Rec. Red Cross Holiday House, North Berwick. From Home This Afternoon. ALSO AVAILABLE IN GLASGOW ON SL05037

OTN:MEH 43 ST 353 TXN/TDT:R4 & SHS 30-Oct-1967 ANT:None. CON:FINLAY Alec (spkr) LOCKHART Howard (int)

Broadcast history

30 Oct 1967 00:00-00:00 (RADIO 4)

Contributors

Alec Finlay

Howard Lockhart (int)

Notes: CAIRS 291076.

Programme Catalogue - Details: 31 October 196719671031

Next in series: 06 November 1967

Previous in series: 30 October 1967

Description

SBH:Jack de Manio, compere of the radio series Today, interviewed on his day's routine. Interviewer: John Ellison. From Turning Points - a regular item in the series Home This Afternoon.

OTN:YLN 42 TH 793 YLN 42 TH 793 TXN/TDT:R4 31-Oct-1967 ANT:None. None. CON:DE MANIO Jack (spkr) ELLISON John (int)

Broadcast history

31 Oct 1967 00:00-00:00 (RADIO 4)

Contributors

John Ellison (int)

Jack de Manio (Speaker)

Notes: CAIRS 291208.