A Passing of Strangers by JILL NORRIS
Read by Elizabeth Proud ' " This business about people passing like ships in the night is all wrong," he said.
" Did you know that a little of everyone we meet rubs off on us?
" That," he said, is my secret ... and I'm sharing it with you because you're undoubtedly a sensitive lady."
Introduced by Laura de Vere , including Guest of the Week:
Alan Whicker , world traveller... ptn-upV.Pulp Fiction and PUPPU Lot'C
CHERYL ARMITAGE turns over the pages of the teenage magazines.-
Gel Ready for Battle (5) long wave only
Hamish and Max by JAMES CAMERON
Max. heavily dependent on alcohol since the death of his wife. is reduced to writing cheap romantic fiction for a living. Hamish, his son with whom he has a loving relationship. attempts to conceal his father's inadequacies.
Directed by ALFRED BRADLEY
Man in bar/Parson:
Mrs Dunbar ann rye Mrs Macpherson/Nurse:
Apanelgamedevised by TONY SHRYANE and EDWARD J. MASON Dilys Powell and Frank Muir challenge Antonia Fraser and Denis Norden In the Chair
John Julius Norwich
Questions compiled by PETER MOORE
Executive producer BOBBY JAYE
Written by JAMES ROBSON (Repeated: Thurs 1.40 pm) Cast for the week: \
Sid Perks alan devereux Lucy Perks:
The story of the Scottish Missions in Malawi, told by missionaries who went there in the 1920s and others who have been Involved with the Churches.
Presented by Michael Kittermaster
' I direct your attention to Africa. I go back to open up a path to commerce and Christianity. Carry on the work that I have begun. I leave it to you.'
' My last six months in Malawi I became assistant to two of the Malawians that I had trained, and this was a great joy to me.'
(THE RT REV
DR ANDREW B. DOIG ,
Moderator of the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland)
There are all sorts of shortcomings and weaknesses, but Malawi Is more of a Christian country than Scotland is today.'
(PROF JOHN MCCRACKEN ) also taking part
PROFESSOR GEORGE SHEPPERSON , DR ANDREW ROSS , THE REV
FERGUS MCPHERSON , THE REV and MRS MAXWELL ROBERTSON , MAY HETHERWICK,
TBI REV RICHARD PATTERSON , THE REV TOM COLVIN , W. G. NYIRENDA and DR S. CHIPANGWI
Producer JOHN theocharis
Dr Andrew B.
reviews the new production of the musical Guys and Dolls at the National Theatre starring Bob Hoskins as Nathan Detroit , organiser of the oldest established crap game in New York; and Curtains!, an exhibition of the ' lost ' theatre of Britain, at the Museum of London.
Presenter Paul Allen Producer ANNE winder
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