Margaret Collingwood 's host in Wakefield is Joyce Beech. The theme of the readings and reflections is 'with authority'.
Monsignor Michael Buckley is the speaker.
Readings: James 1, vv19-25 Mark 1, w 21-28
Producer NOEL VINCENT
Series producer HELEN ALEXANDER BBC North West
Presented by Brian Redhead First of three programmes on British companies that made it. The New Tradition - Wedgwood pic
How the Americans and their still-mighty dollar helped one of Britain's oldest companies to battle out of recession. And how Wedgwood has broken with tradition. Director FIONA PITCHER
Producer BRIAN DAVIES (R) (e)
with Carlos Riera and Yolanda Vazquez
What's been happening in Spain over the past week, and a chance to see part of a documentary on how two AIDS patients are reacting to a new treatment at a Madrid hospital. Director NICK DAVIES
Producer BERNARD ADAMS (R) (e)
French for beginners in the 14th of 15 programmes.
The Way Things Used to Be Carolle Rousseau and Patrick Simpson-Jones look at life in Pezenas before the war and at efforts to preserve some fine old local buildings. Studio director MARY SPRENT Producer DAVID WILSON (R) (e) (Complementary programme on Radio 4 FM at 5.00pm)
Ninth of 15 programmes
Madrid is Europe's youngest fashion centre.
Yolanda Vazquez shows how to shop for clothes and souvenirs in the capital. She visits the workshop of a controversial designer and visits the city's oldest sweet factory. Film editor LUIS ESPANA Director STEPHEN MOSS
Producer DAVID WILSON (e)
The shechita and halal methods of slaughter are central to the religious beliefs of the Jewish and Muslim communities.
The government plans to amend the law on religious slaughter soon.
Religious leaders claim any changes will infringe fundamental religious freedoms. But animal welfare experts say the proposals don't go far enough.
Bob Davies investigates. Presenter Les Cottington Producer WASEEM MAMOOD
Series producer MARTIN SMALL BBC Pebble Mill
Starting with News Summary Former SDP leader Dr David Owen talks to Vivian White on the day the party takes the crucial vote on merger with the Liberals.
Producers JAMES HOGAN CHRISTINE CHAPMAN
Studio director NIGEL FINMS Editor LYDIA HOWARD
Benson and Hedges Masters The Final (frames 1-7)
This afternoon and evening the Wembley Conference Centre, snooker's largest UK arena, will be packed with over 2,000 people watching the final of this year's
E225,000 Masters tournament. DAVID ICKE introduces coverage of the first part of this best-of-17-frames match.
The Prince and Princess of Wales in Australia
Two hundred years ago the first British prison ships arrived in Botany Bay and Sydney Cove. Two centuries on, Australia is celebrating the biggest birthday party in its history.
The Prince and Princess of Wales are there to hand over Britain's bicentennial birthday present to
Australia, the sail training ship Young Endeavour.
Michael Sullivan reports on the royal tour in a country where the royal bond remains as strong as ever. Camera teams
PETER MATTHEWS. ROY BENFORD ERIC THIRER. FREDERICK SCOTT
Chief picture editor RUSS CROMBIE Producer NEIL EVERTON
with Bill Oddie , Debbie Rix Billy Butler and tonight's star presenter
Call Faxline [number removed]or write to Bill Oddie , Fax,
BBCtv, Box 173, Manchester M601FA
Designer JOHN HOLLAND
Studio director CHRIS SALT Producer ALAN WALSH BBC North West
Introduced by Hugh Scully Valuable local paintings,
17th-century furniture and the best quality silver intrigue the experts when they visit Cambridge - not to mention the Swedish impressionist painting that turns out to be a fake.
Directors LOUISE CAPELL. DIANE REID Producer CHRISTOPHER LEWIS BBC Bristol
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Fourth of eight programmes Presented by Sue Edelson with The Go Go Boys Getting Organised
Andy can't remember where the bits of his car go, but Howard's cooking leaves nothing to chance - almost! Lesley and Lindsey organise their studies - and their households, while Richard Maxwell has a system for perfecting his Greek. Film editor PHILIP O'SHEA
Assistant producer BARRY TOMAUN Produced by JULIAN STENHOUSE (e)
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from St Christopher's
Hospice in south London, which was founded 21 years ago by DAME CICELY SAUNDERS to provide special nursing and medical care for the terminally ill and to research and teach ways of caring for the dying. From this has grown the modem hospice movement.
Cliff Michelmore talks to
Dame Cicely about her work. He meets patients, their relatives and some of the staff of this very special hospital that brings light and joy and peace into the lives and deaths of so many.
Staff and friends are joined by local choirs and congregations in Beckenham Parish Church to celebrate St Christopher 's coming of age. Guide me, 0 thou great redeemer
(Cwm Rhondda): 0 worship the Lord (Was Lebet); Breathe on me, breath of God (Trentham); The Lord's my shepherd (Crimond); Meekness and majesty: Gracious spirit, holy ghost (Charity); Jesus lives! thy terrors now (St Albinus)
Conductor NIGEL GROOME Organist MARTIN HOW
Research VALETTA STALLABRASS Producers
SIMON HAMMOND. DAVID KREMER
Editor STEPHEN WHITTLE
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Ten episodes based on the books by JAMES HERRIOT 3: The Bull with the Bowler Hatby JOHNNY BYRNE starring with While James is concerned about possible professional incompetence, Tristan tries to convince Mr Hartley of the virtues of artificial insemination - helped by Siegfried who only succeeds in enraging the bull!
Music composed by JOHNNY PEARSON
Designer RAY LONDON Producer BILL SELLARS
Director PETER MOFFATT
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Living with Waltzing Matilda Alan Whicker introduces the fourth of ten films in Australia's bicentennial year. Northern Queensland seems an abode of the blessed. And yet each year the crocodile notches up its terrible toll, despite the signs that warn of the presence of this unlovely amphibian ... unloved by all, except Mike Pople , who left Bristol to become a ranger for the Queensland Wildlife Service.
Among other examples of Pommie exotica who flourish in this balmy backwater are Bill Moull from Dagenham who sells prawns to the Japanese, Pat Robertson from London who sells koalas to the Japanese,
Geoff and Edie Taylor from Coalville in Leicestershire, who are making a brave attempt to convert
Australians to the garden gnome, and Eddie Farrell from Manchester, who lives in hope of finding gold - but who, to date, has not found enought to fill a gold tooth. Assistant producer MO BOWYER Film cameraman RAY HENMAN
Sound recordist KEITH RODGERSON Film editor uz THOYTS Producer ROGER MILLS BBC Bristol
Presented by Esther Rantzen
Consumer advice, investigations, misprints, mishaps and real-life humour drawn from the letters you send each week.
With Gavin Campbell Doc Cox , Adrian Mills Grant Baynham
Director ROBIN BEXTOR Associate producer BRYHER SCUDAMORE
Producer ESTHER RANTZEN Editor JOHN MORRELL
Send letters to: That's Life!, BBC Lime Grove Studios, London W12 7RJ
It is regretted that it is not possible to answer all your letters.
The Benson and Hedges Masters
The Final (frames 8-17) DAVID ICKE introduces coverage of the last session of the final.
Commentators TED LOWE
JACK KARNEHM. CLIVE EVERTON Summarisers JOHN SPENCER
JOHN VTRGO , EDDIE CHARLTON Television presentation
WENDY SHEPPARD , PETER HAYWARD Producer KEITH MACKENZIE
Let There Be Light
In the Middle Ages, people believed that light was the very embodiment of God, and they celebrated his presence with the breathtaking splendour of their stained-glass windows. Very little is known about the men who made them. Yet they are still a source of inspiration to modern craftsmen, like those working on the huge unfinished cathedral of St John the Divine in New York. For the first time, a film camera has recorded for Everyman the magical beauty of the great rose windows at Chartres
Cathedral from close at hand. And the great composer, Olivier Messiaen , at the organ of the Trinite church in Paris, talks of the special place light and stained glass have in his faith and his music.
Photography MARTIN PATMORE Film editor RON TAYLOR
Producer CELIA LOWENSTEIN
Everyman editor JANE DRABBLE
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