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Hayes on Saturday

Title
Hayes on Saturday
Genre
Interview; Music; Special
TX Date
3 Dec 1983
Year of production
1983
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Duration
00:54:52
Description
Brian Hayes presents this edition of Hayes on Saturday revisiting the week’s stories on LBC. Includes author Anthony Grey on his book on the disappearance of former Australian Prime Minister Harold Holt. General Secretary of the National Union of Seamen Jim Slater on the campaign to prevent nuclear waste being dumped at sea after an injunction to prevent Greenpeace protesting. Poet Greg Gatenby talks to Gill Pyrah about his new collection about whales, with examples of whale song. Theatre critic Peter Aspden on the theatre debut of Prince Edward in The Crucible by Arthur Miller. Actor Stubby Kaye on his new musical, Dear Anyone- song I’ll Put You Together Again from the show is played, sung by Jane Lapotaire?. Director Sidney Lumet on his new film Daniel, at the London Film Festival this weekend. Family planning specialist, Dr David Delvin, on need for men to take more responsibility for contraception. Labour members Shahid Malik and Philip Rees(?) on allegations of racism in the Labour Party. Balloonist Julian Nott talks to Bob Holness about his channel crossing. Director of the National Maritime Museum Neil Cossons talks to Rodney Bennett about the centenary of the international recognition of the Greenwich Meridian. Composer Peter Schickele on the work of the fictional composer P D Q Bach-with example.
Contributors
Brian Hayes; Bob Holness; Dave Loyn; Rodney Bennett; Jim Slater; Gill Pyrah; Julian Nott; Jane Lapotaire?; Anthony Grey; Greg Gatenby; Peter Aspden; Stubby Kaye; Sidney Lumet; David Delvin; Shahid Malik; Neil Cossons; Peter Schickele; Philip Rees(?)
Keywords
Books; Australia; Aircraft; Theatre; Music; Trade unions; Labour Party; Conspiracy; Education; Writers; Drama; China; Oral contraceptives; National Union of Seamen; Racial discrimination; Radioactive wastes; Films; Protest movements; Missing persons; Musical theatre; Prime ministers; Poets; Espionage; Film makers; Racism; Spies; Royal family; Royalty; Anti-nuclear movements; Politicians; Poetry; Greenpeace; Sexual behaviour; Nuclear safety; Gender roles; Men; Classical music; Channel crossings; Balloons; Film making; Communication; Contraception; Composers; Prince Edward; Radioactive pollution; Marine animals; Family planning; Whales; Injunctions; Centenaries; Maritime heritage; Ronald Titcombe; Harold Holt; The Crucible; Dear Anyone; Maureen Lipman; Daniel (film); Equal oportunity; Longitude; Navigation (science); Greenwich Meridian; Maritime cultural properties; J. S. Bach; PDQ Bach

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