with Kay Alexander
Cultural Plunder: should the artefacts in our museums be returned to their country of origin? MARY DOWNING reports. Reading Your Letters. On the Set:
SARAH EDINGTON 'S house was used in the filming of The French Lieutenant's Woman...t ne %Fabrics of History: NATALIE wheen learns about the restoration and reclamation of old costumes and furnishings.
A Glass of Blessings (10) long wave only
by Gwen Cherrell
More things can disrupt a wedding than the simple question of what the groom will be wearing - but to the young couple, it the vows that matter.
1 One man got out of the Land-Rover to walk round to the other side of the car - and he never reached the other door ...' David Taylor warns against playing with the ' magnificent tiger
Producer ANNE BLAIR GOULD BBC Bristol
from Salisbury Cathedral Carol: The angel Gabriel Responses (Smith) Psalms 85 and 111 (Stanford, Atkins, Selby, Hanforth)
Office Hymn: Hail, 0 star (EH 213)
Readings: Genesis 3, VT 8-15; Romans 5, v 12 - end. Canticles: Collegium Regale (Howells) Anthem:. Hymn to the virgin (Britten)
Hymn: For Mary. mother of our Lord (100 Hymns for Today 27)
Organist and choirmaster RICHARD SEAL. Assistant organist COLIN WALSH BBC Bristol
A musical quiz devised by EDWARD J. MASON. and TONY SHRYANE
John Amis and Frank Muir challenge Ian Wallace and Denis Norden
In the Chair Steve Race Questions compiled by STEVE RACE. Executive producer BOBBY JAYE
(Repeated: Fri 12.27 pm)
A Musical Biography of Layton and Johnstone Brian Haines narrates the story of the most popular singing partnership from America ever to hit these shores. The sophisticated style of the two black entertainers made them the darlings of London society, and their records sold in millions through the 20s and 30s, until
Johnstone's involvement in a scandalous divorce case caused them to follow their separate and widely differing fortunes. Written by PETER COTES and BRIAN HAINES
Producer BRIAN cook
(Repeated: Thurs 9.5 am)
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