NEM, p 46: My Lord. my life, my love (BBC HB 330); Psalm 32; Genesis 18, vv 1-15 (av); God of eternity. Lord of the ages (BBC HB 390) long wave only
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Introduced by Sue
MacGregor Guest of the Week: Mary Quant
Fashionable Froth: RON ALLDRIDGE peers behind the mask of make-up. Reading Your Letters. Dear Father Christmas.......
MAEVE BINCIIY and JOHN JULIUS NORWICH suggest books for armchair travellers.
The Opportunity of a Lifetime (7) long ware only
Face in the Mirror by DELORES BARON with Pauline Letts as Kay and John Carson as Ian Kay is faced with a familiar problem. Her children have grown up and left home, her husband is preoccupied with his job, she feels useless and unwanted. And when she accidentally takes something from a shop without paying for it, her troubles really begin ... with PETER BALDWIN GRAHAM FAULKNER and JOHN CHURCH Directed by CHERRY COOKSON
Alice/Girl in bureau:
Man on train/Magistrate:
from Rochester Cathedral Introit: 0 Lord, support us (Barry Ferguson ) Responses (Reading)
Psalms: 98, 99, 100, 101 (Barry Ferguson , Stanley Vann , Walmisley, T. H. Webb )
First Lesson: Ecclesiasticus 43, vv 13-end
Canticles: Stanford in c
Second Lesson: Revelation 15
Anthem: Lord, thou hast been our refuge (William Boyce )
Organist and Master of the Choristers
Assistant Organist DAVID POULTER
Andrew Cruickshank in an eight-part light drama series
The Butcher's Boy by DONALD BULL , with JOE DUNLOP , NANCY MITCHELL JOHN KANE , SANDRA CLARK GORDON KANE , JOHN DUNBAR Producer EDWARD TAYLOR (Rptd: Friday 12.27 pm)
(Andrew Cruickshank is a National Theatre player)
Six talks by Ian Kennedy , Reader in Law and Executive Director of the Centre of Law, Medicine and Ethics at King's College, London. 3: Suffer the Little Children
'We must make it clear that we are not content to watch our health care services merely tick over at their present level, far less, slowly disintegrate. There can be, and must be, improvement and it is our responsibility to ensure it happens.'
IAN KENNEDY proposes we redirect our energies towards promoting better health with special emphasis on child health. 'What is called for, is the realisation that the state of our children's health, and consequently their and our future, is a product of the whole style of our society. If anything is to be done, then some fairly profound political action is called for.' (Rptd: Sun on Radio 3)
This lecture will appear in ' The Listener ' dated 20 November
From the comfort of his home in the gentle valley of Hampshire's River Test, cartoonist Norman Thelwell tells Derek Jones about the wildlife of Heron's Mead, the nature reserve he has created on his own doorstep.
Producer JOHN BURTON BBC Bristol
The Ripple Effect
When the motor industry sneezes, who catches a cold? In the first of a new Analysis series of ten programmes. Mary Goldring follows the anatomy of a recession from car to castings. How do companies protect themselves from the knock-on effect when the big buyers cut back? Is there such a thing as a slump survival kit?
Producer TOM READ
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