P144 CEEFAX 144 Sat 29 Oct 21:43/01    5/8     / TUESDAY NOVEMBER 01 1605-1630 The Local Network asks if Britain is turning against drink. It asks if we are on the edge of a temperance revival. Britain now has more than 20 alcohol- free pubs along with random breath tests and a clamp down on under age drinking. And the National British Women's Total Abstinence Union is turning its campaign against the Royal Family. The National Network is at 1605N Radio 4 Prograllfs 174/274 More BBC Info BBC Facts BBC Radio Travel
P144 CEEFAX 144 Sat 29 Oct 21:41/11    6/8     /  WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 02 1225-1300 Crown House is a tale of two families: the Ministers of Crown House and the Royal Family of Windsor. khile the old Earl of Minster is laid to rest and his son William assumes the title, the King and Queen await the birth of the royal grandchildN The families are drawn together through Alice, lady-in-waiting to Queen Mary. Jane Asher and Martin Jarvis star. Crown House is at 1225. Radio 4 Prograllfs 174/274 More BBC Info BBC Facts BBC Radio Travel
P144 CEEFAX 144 Sat 29 Oct 21:50/01    7/8     / THURSDAY NOVEMBER 03 1225-1300 Second Thoughts - a comedy in eight episodes stars James Bolam and Lynda BellinghamN Written by the winners of the 1987 Radio Times "Sounds Funny" competition, the plot revolves around Bill and Faith's problematic relationship. They attempt to arrange their future together, but people from their past lives tend to get in the way. Second Thoughts at 1225N Radio 4 Progralles 174/274 More BBC Info BBC Facts BBC Radio Travel
P144 CEEFAX 144 Sat 29 Oct 21:40/10    8/8     / FRIDAY NOVEMBER 04 1502-1600 Part 5 of the classic serial God's Revolution The Power of the Sword. The Parliamentary Presbytarian leaders flee and the army marches into London without resistance. Suspicion of Cromwell and Fairfax is growing among the young agitators in the army who are making plans to overthrow their masters. God's Revolution is at 1502. Radio 4 Programmes 174/274 More BBC Info BBC Facts BBC Radio Travel
P144 CEEFAX 144 Sat 29 Oct 21:40/01    1/8     /  CITIZENS STORY SO FAR OCTOBER 29 Chris Kennedy meets his son William and Zena Kaplan offers Julia a room in her houseN Hugh delivers the inside information he promised to Bobby McHale and Tony Brennan learns that Mike and Anita are lovers. At $frry's, Suzi wears out her welcome and is told she will have to leaveN Later on, Hugh and Julia get romantic. Next episode: Tues/Thurs at 1102 BBC Info BBC Facts BBC Radio Travel
P144 CEEFAX 144 Sat 29 Oct 21:43/00    2/8     /  SA(ZRDAY OCTOBER 29 2215-2245 An exajhnation of the Morris Minor phenomenon on its 40th anniversary. Come on a special birthday treat to 'fston Park in Shropshire where the Morris Minor owners' club have their annual knees-up. They think it's peculiarly British, but it was, in fact, based on a 1940s American car M the Packard Clipper. I Love My Morris Minor is at 2215N Radio 4 Programmes 174/274 More BBC Info BBC Facts BBC Radio Travel
P144 CEEFAX 144 Sat 29 Oct 21:42/14    3/8     / SUNDAY OCTOBER 30 1647-1700 Robert Booth summons six well-known people to his study for a word about their school reports In this new series of Could Do Better are Alan Coren, Nigel Kennedy, Judith Jacobs, Wendy Cope and Dame Edna Everage. As editor of The Listener, Alan Coren obviously excelled at English but there are surprising revelations about his woodwork classes. Could Do Better at 1647. Radio 4 Programmes 174/274 More BBC Info BBC Facts BBC Radio Travel
P144 CEEFAX 144 Sat 29 Oct 21:42/01    4/8     MONDAY OCTOBER 31 2015-2145 Prince Peter Kropotkin, the hero of radical politics in Tsarist Russia, is moved from jail to a military hospital. His supporters devise a surreal escape plot for him But Barsov - Kropotkin's coarse, low-ranking jailor M is as equally inventive as they areN Based on real events from Russian history, A Daring Venture combines farce with a thoughtful examination of an unlikely relationshipN A Daring Venture is at 2015. Radio 4 Programmds 174/274 More BBC Info BBC Facts BBC Radio Travel