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7.15 Apna Hi Ghar Samajhiye
7.50 The Shape of God NEIL RICHARDSON with a meditation for All Saints' Day. Matthew 5, vv 1-12 BBC Manchester
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Religious news from home and abroad.
Presenter Clive Jacobs Producer DAVID COOMES
St Mary Magdalene ,
Whalton, Northumberland is a unique example of a well-developed medieval Church. VERONICA HEATH appeals for help with its preservation.
Donations, preferably by crossed cheque or PO to: [address removed]
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by Alistair Cookr
from Victoria Road Baptist Church, Sutton Coldlield conducted by the Minister, THE REV ALAN PAIN Hymns and songs:
Thanks be to God who gives us the victory; All hail the power of Jesus s name; Majesty, worship his majesty; This is the feast; Blow, thou cleansing wind from heaven
Readings: John 14. vv
15-19; Acts 1, vv 7-8; Act* 2, vv 1-4
Organist CHRIS KING Pianist LYN PAIN
Directed by PETER WINDOWS Producer ANTON GILL
Agricultural story editor ANTHONY PARKIN
Introduced bv June Knox-Mawer who talked to the actress
Hermione Baddeley who was on a visit from America: and presents some highlights from Woman's Hour.
A second chance to hear the ten-part adventure serial in time and space by JAMES FOLLETT
9: Star Cluster - Tersus Nine
Having destroyed the warrior android, Fagor, and returned safely to the starship Challenger, the crew have resumed their journey in search of Earth and are heading - in a state of suspended animation - for Tersus Nine.
Directed by GLYN DEARMAN
Book (same title), hardback £7.50, paperback £1.65, from retailers
The Food Programme visits the City of Birmingham Polytechnic. With Derek Cooper to discuss issues raised by the students and staff, are Arnold Bender (Professor of Nutrition at Queen Elizabeth College). John Fletcher (Managing Director of Asda Superstores) and Pru Leith (food writer and restaurateur).
12.55 Weather: programme news
Presenter Gordon Clough Editor DEREK LEWIS
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Ken Ford invites Bill Sowerbutts
Professor Alan Gemmell and Clay Jones to answer questions which listeners have sent in by post.
Questions on a postcard only addressed to:
Gardeners' Question Time. BBC, Woodhouse Lane , Leeds LS2 9PX
Allies and Cellars by VALERIE WINDSOR
1868 - India - and Eleanor is excitedly anticipating her marriage to The Rev Lvtton Manderbill , who will then take up his appointment in England. From the sultry heat of India, Eleanor comes to a cool English spring, to the strange house with its sombre atmosphere, unexplained attics and dark, grim cellars - and into the care of a man she realises she has never really" understood.
Music and special effects by ILONA SEKACZ
Ondes Martenot played by JOHN MORTON
Directed by KAY PATRICK BBC Manchester
The last of ten programmes about archaeology in Britain and abroad. The Lunt
It was long thought to be a typical Roman fort, but when excavation started in the 60s it was found to be anything but typical. Now partially restored, it is the only cavalry training centre known in the Roman Empire.
Presenter Malcolm Billings Producer ROY HAYWARD BBC Bristol long wave only
The winning of gravel for man's buildings wounds the landscape, but nature quickly moves in. Teal and tufted duck; snipe and siskin; reeds and rushes soon arrive to heal the scars.
A Radio Nature Trail around a gravel pit near Coventry.
Producer JOHN HARRISON BBC Bristol
(Repeated: Thurs 9.30 am) long wave only
Brian Johnston visits Droitwich (Details: Mon 11.5 am) long wave only
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Six contests between teams in London and in New York. Round 4
Louis Alien (Chairman) with Irene Thomas and John Julius Norwich NEW YORK:
Anthony Quinton (Chairman) with Brendan Gill
(author and theatre critic of the New Yorker) and Shana Alexander
(journalist and author) Question researchers BERNICE COUPE and JULIE BARTLE
Producer TREVOR HILL BBC Manrhester
' perpetrating Marxism - sound like extremist politics, but they refer to the practice of classifying plants and animals. Some experts have come to doubt the father of modern evolution,
Charles Darwin , and these doubts have alarmed and outraged more traditional scientists.
Peter France asks whether there's an alternative theory of evolution on the ascendant.
Producer BRIAN LEITH
Frank Delaney introduces the magazine programme about books.
Producer BRIAN COOK
NORTHERN SINFONIA Or ENGLAND leader BARRY WILDE conducted by CHRISTOPHER SEAMAN with GEORGE MACDONALD (clarinet)
GRAHAM EVANS (basset-horn)
Haydn Symphony No 64, in A
Mendelssohn Concert-piece in D minor for clarinet, basset-horn and orchestra
Dvorak Nocture in B major, for strings
Mozart Symphony No 28, in c (K 200)
The novel by A. J. CRONIN dramatised in five parts by MATTHEW WALTERS
Directed by STEWART CONN BBC Scotland
Sir John Latta:
A plain man's guide to the Christian faith in 13 parts.
7; 7'he Ghost that Came to Dinner
Gerald Priestland attempts to draw a profile of that mysterious and elusive third person of the Trinity, the Holy Spirit. If God is the Father, and Jesus the Son, where does the Holy Ghost fit into the family? The BBC's Religious Affairs
Correspondent describes how the idea of the Spirit split the churches of East and West; how it is ' no bird to be locked up in anyone's gilded cage ', and how it is bringing new life and energy to many churches today.
Music arranged by BARRY ROSE
Researcher PATRICK FORBES Producer CHRIS REES
(Repeated: Wed 4.0 pm) Book (same title), £3.50, from retailers from 13 November
An article by Gerald Priestland based on this programme will appear in THE LISTENER, issue dated 5 November
The late evening Service of Compline for the Feast of All Saints is sung by the ERIC BARNES SINGERS from St Alban's
Westminster committees at work.
Presenter Rodney Foster Producer PETER ROBINS
Weather report; forecast followed by an interlude