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7.15 Apna Hi Ghar SamaJhiye: for Asian listeners BBC Birmingham long wave only
7.45 : long wave only 7 50 The Shape of God PETER LIDDELOW with some thoughts for the sixth Sunday after Pentecost (Mark 10, vv 46-52) long wave only
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MISS M RAYMONDE-HAWKINS, MBE, Founder, and KENNETH KENDALL , President, appeal on behalf of The Raystede Centre for Animal Welfare, where unwanted and abandoned animals and birds are cared for.
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by Alistair Cooke
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Parish Mass from Our Lady of Lourdes Church, Steelstown, in the Diocese of Derry
Celebrant and Preacher THE MOST REVEREND EDWARD DALY, Bishop of Derry
Organist and choirmaster JAMES MCCAFFERTY
Readings: Isaiah 66, vv 10-14; Galatians 6, vv 14-18; Luke 10, vv 1-12. 17-20 Hymns: O praise ye the Lord; Receive, O Father, in thy love; Oh the love of my Lord; Praise to the holiest; Hail Mary
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Omnibus edition. Directed by CLARE TAYLOR. Producer WILLIAM SMETHURST
Agricultural story editor ANTHONY PARKIN
June Knox-Mawer. on the eve of the 50th anniversary of the death of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle , talks to his daughter Dame Jean Conan Doyle , his publisher John Murray and one of his biographers. Julian Symons. Plus weekday highlights.
(The Sign of Four begins tomorrow at 11.0 pm)
The life and times of Hermione Gingold 2: Early Stages
In this series of six programmes, one of the great entertainers of our time talks about herself in conversations recorded recently in her New York apartment; with recordings of some of her performances in a long and distinguished career.
Six comedy shows
Starring Peter Sellers Harry Secombe Spike Milligan
With MAX GELDRAY AND THE RAY ELLINGTON QUARTET
Orchestra conducted by WALLY STOTT
Written by SPIKE MILLIGAN Producer PETER ETON
(First broadcast in 1955)
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Presenter Gordon Clough
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by Betty Paul
On the surface Linda is a happily married young housewife. But there is a major problem in her life which she, most of all, refuses to come to terms with. She is a compulsive gambler - desperately scraping together enough money to bet with. And before long she is in danger of losing more important things than money....
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Portraits of five women writers.
2: Marie Corelli (1855-19241
Written and narrated by Brian Masters , based on his book Now Barabbas was a Rotter with Peggy Ashcroft
John Bott. John Church Leonard Fenton, Sonia Fraser , Gordon Reid
Marie Corelli was the most sensational of best-selling Victorian novelists. Adored by the public, and despised by the critics, she created such a legendary personality for herself that she was second in fame only to the Queen. Having invented a name, she invented a life to go with it ... Directed by IAN COTTERELL
Presenter Marilyn Alan Reporter KEVIN MULHERN
Citizens' Advice Bureau Phone-in: Mon 2.0-4.0 pm 01-[number removed] Ext 2531
Correspondence address: BBC. Broadcasting House, London WIA 4WW
Editor MARLENE PEASI
Dorothy Tulin presents a personal view of Twelfth Night. Producer
ALAN WILDING (Revised repeat)
WALTER TRAMPLER (viola) BBC SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA leader RODNEY FRIEND conducted by JOHN PRITCHARD Berlioz Overture: The Corsair; Harold in Italy
Arthur Askey recalls stars of a few years ago.
Today: George Formby Producer EDWARD TAYLOR
with Chris Jones
Producer PETER ROBINS
He just had a bit of paper, you know, to say he'd finished. That's the part that hurts. Just a bit of paper ...
- the wife of a steelman from Shotton in North Wales, one of the 6,500 who lost their jobs this year after British Steel turned off the furnaces. ending 78 years of steel-making on the banks of the River Dee.
The closure has torn the working heart out of the community that grew to serve the works. The people of Shotton tell how they've coped - and how they're facing the future. Presented by Roy Roberts Additional material by HUBERT WILLIAM. A Radio Wales News production by CHRIS SEGAR
The late evening office of Compline
with Robert Robinson
followed by an interlude
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