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7.45 Bells: long wave only 7 50 The Shape of God
THE REV BRIAN MOUNTFORD with some thoughts for the 10th Sunday after Pentecost (Luke 7, vv 36 50) long wave only
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presented by Clive Jacobs Producer JOHN NEWBURY long wave only
SUSAN HAMPSHIRE appeals on behalf of the Gardens for the Disabled Trust which adapts gardens for the disabled and wheelchair-bound.
Donations to: [address removed] long wave only
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8.59 Continental Travel Information long wave only
by Alislair Cooke
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from St Peters Parish Church. Onchan, loM conducted by the Vicar, THE REV DENNIS BAGGALEY
Preacher, the Bishop of Sodor and Man. THE RT REV VERNON NICHOLLS
Hymns: Praise to the Lord, the Almighty (Praxis Pietatis); Lord Jesus Christ (Living Lord); Be thou my vision (Irish); Lord of beauty (Regent Square)
Lessons (NEB): Isaiah 35; John 14 vv 1-15
Anthem: Thou wilt keep him in perfect peace (C. Lee Williams)
Choirmaster s. E. KELLY Organist G. ASTILL BBC Manchester long wave only
Omnibus edition. Directed by CLARE TURNER. Producer WILLIAM SMETHURST
Agricultural story editor ANTHONY PARKIN
Introduced by Diana Sten son who visits racing thriller novelist Dick Francis and his wife Mary, pilot author of Flying Start, and presents some weekday highlights.
6: Here and Now
In six programmes Her mione Gingold talks about herself; with recordings of her performances.
Compiled by ALAN HAYDOCK
6: The Goon Show
The Vanishing Room starring Spike Milligan Harry Secombe and Peter Sellers
With MAX GELDRAY AND THE RAY ELLINGTON QUARTET
Orchestra conducted by WALLY STOTT
Written by SPIKE MILLIGAN Producer ROY SPEER
(First broadcast in 1958) 12.55 Weather; programme news
Presenter Gordon Clough Editor DEREK LEWIS
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The World Walk by JONATHAN SMITH
Based on Spandau: The Secret Diaries by ALBERT SPEER , translated by RICHARD and CLARA WINSTON
John Franklyn-Robbins as No 5, Albert Speer
On 30 September 1966 Speer was released from Spandau prison. He had completed 20 years as a Nazi war criminal.
Directed by SHAUN MAC -LOUGHLIN. BBC Bristol
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4: Archaeology in Egypt
The Threat to the f'uture of the Sphinx
The Brst scientific study of the monument reveals serious deterioration.
The discovery of the lost city of Rameses in the Nile Delta where the children of Israel were held in bondage before the Exodus.
The study and recording of every inscription and carving in the Temple of Luxor - a task likely to take 30 years.
Malcolm Billings reports Producer ROY HAYWARD BBC Bristol
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Wildlife news from Britain and abroad
Presented by Peter France Producer MICHAEL BRIGHT BBC Bristol
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with David Simmons
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Blackpool attracts over six million visitors each year, and this week Brian Johnston talks to some of the people who live and work in this lively town. Producer SARAH PITT BBC Bristol
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followed by Continental Travel Information
Four programmes on famous libel cases.
Reputation of a Princess
Princess Irina Youssou poll v MGM
Written and compiled by JOHN THEOCHARIS
Narrator PETER BALDWIN
Directed by IAN COTTERELL
Sir Patrick Hastings:
Sir William Jowitt:
Mr Justice Avory:
MGM publicity voice:
American film critic:
Foreman of the Jury:
Beginning a series of five specials devoted to one subject in depth.
Today: people making one-off aids to meet the special needs of disabled people.
Presenter Marilyn Alan Reporter KEVIN MULHERM
Citizens' Advice Bureau Phone-in: Mon 2.0-4.0 pm [number removed]. Ext 2531
Correspondence address: BBC, Broadcasting House, London W1A 4WW
Editor MARLENE PEASE
Three programmes 2: Cakes and Ale JOHN STEVENS ShOWS ' hOW deeply integrated into the whole living organism of the play a song can be ' and describes how, in holding up a mirror to nature, Shakespeare often uses music as a pointer to people's character.
Producer DAVID epps
BBC NORTHERN SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA, conducted by JERZY MAKSYMIUK
RALPH HOLMES (violin)
Haydn Symphony No 49, in F minor (La Passione) Lalo Symphonie espagnole for violin and orchestra BBC Manchester
Kevin Mulhern takes a personalised look at America and the Americans, ranging from elderly ladies on a picket line holding placards saying ' Do touch, wrinkles are not contagious ', to an irate lady in Boston who would not condone her umbrella's trip to Pitts-, burgh.
Producer THENA HESHEL
Westminster's committees at work - extracts and discussions
Presented by Chris Jones Producer PETER ROBINS
Robert Foxcroft looks at the masonic movement in Britain today, and in particular examines the widely-held myths about its activities. Is it a reUgion, as some think, or a secret society, or merely a rather well-heeled social club? What is the attraction that keeps so many men on the square? Producer DAVID WINTER
The late evening office of Compline
Weather report; forecast followed by an interlude