Presented by John Timpson with PETER RUFF including at
6.45* Prayer for the Day with FR AGNELLUS ANDREW
7.0. 8.0 Today's News
Read bv PETER DONALDSON
7.30, 8.30 News headlines
7.45* Thought for the Day
plus Angela Rippon as an inquisitive hostess of well-known guests on their birthdays, and other familiar names playing unfamiliar roles in this live miscellany of reassuring entertainment, disturbing oddities, and stimulating arguments.
From Glasgow, Fran Morrison; from Cardiff. Gerry Monté; and from Dublin, Frank Delaney , investigate and tell stranger than fiction real-life stories.
Live musical interludes and punctuations by THE BOWLES BROTHERS
A Start and Stop the Week team production
How would you cope if, in an emergency, you were asked to take over the controls of a large jet airliner and bring it safely to land by instructions from ground control? Clive Jacobs experiences a frighteningly real flight into danger in an aircraft training simulator. Producer
The Brains of the Outfit by EDWARD SALMON
Bead by Frank Windsor
' The plan was very simpie - though I think George was overdoing it when he said it bore the hallmarks of genius - nothing could go wrong. Producer JANE MARSHALL BBC Birmingham
Sue MacGregor presents a selection from a year's broadcasting - laughter, events, and issues, and the voices of, among others,
Th Duke of Edinburgh Diana Dors
Barbara Cartland Germaine Greer and Jack Jones and Moon's Ottery (2)
by David Wheeler
with Richard Hurndall as Stephen Ryan
An elderly art collector who has prided himself always on his taste in women, wishes to see them all again before he dies, so that he can leave his collection to the one who most recalls the pleasures of the past. But memory is so unreliable...
of the Form
ST PATRICK 'S HIGH SCHOOL, DOWNPATRICK
North of England
BRINKBURN COMPREHENSIVE SCHOOL, HARTLEPOOL Questionmasters
TIM GUDGIN , JOHN ANTHONY Questions set by ROY SMITH Producer GRIFF RHYS JONES
Written by KEITH MILES and ALAN BOWER
(Repeated: Fri 1.40 pm) Cast for the fortnight:
Tom Forrest's Country Calendar, £1.20, from bookshops
The ninth of 13 programmes in which Kingsley Amis introduces poems from The New Oxford Book of Light terse. The poems in this edition are by c. S. LEWIS , NOËL cowARD and PHYLLIS MCGINLEY. Readers DAVID BRIERLEY and HEATHER BELL
Producer ALEC REID
(Repeated: Sat 11.20 am)
starring Paul Jones in the ever popular rock opera by TIM RICE and ANDREW LLOYD WEBBER also featuring
Jacob's wives, Ishmaelites, slave girls: FRAN-CESCA LUCY , AUDREY DUGGAN , JEANNA L'ESTY, MAGGIE RYDER
THE MUSICAL THEATRE COMPANY'S children's choir and orchestra, conducted by JACK FORSYTH
Technical presentation by JOHN WHITEHALL and COLIN DUFF Directed by RICHARD WILLCOX
Presented by arrange. ment with MARTIN GATES
The Musical Theatre
' Company's production of Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat directed by Ken Hill , is now at the Westminster Theatre, London) i Broadcast on Boxing Day at 7.20 pin)
Introduced by Wynford Vaukhan -Thomas A seasonal look at the Calf of Man. 616 acres of rock and scrub-the home of lighthouse-keepers, National Trust wardens and birds; Christmas trees by the thousand - KEITH ALLAN visits a Northumbrian pine forest: foxes which are more playful than destructive -
MARTIN MUNCASTER meets a remarkable lady who has nursed injured foxes and : reared orphaned cubs: a < country vicar explains the significance of the Christ. mas crib - THE REV DONALD JOHNSON talks to some of his young parishioners: a mid-winter birdlife in Highland Scotland - ERIC simms takes his tape-recorder into the Cairngorms.
Producer DON MOSEY BBC Manchester
A compilation by BRIAN SIBLEY which ventures through fable, verse and prose seeking to ensnare them both, with Judy Parfitt
Clive Francis. Tony Steed -man, Jean Rogers , Michael Johnson
Directed by CHRISTOPHER VENNING i Broadcast on Christmas Eve at 2.30 pmi
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