Presenters John Timpson and Wendy Jones including coverage of the Pope's arrival
6:45* Prayer for the Day
7.0, 8.0 Today's News
Read by PAULINE BUSHNELL
7.30. 8.30 News headlines
7.45* Thought for the Day Editor JULIAN HOLLAND
The actress and singer, Marti Webb , currently appearing in the successful Song and Dance at the Palace Theatre, London. in conversation with ROT
PLOMLEY, chooses the eight
* records she would take to a desert island.
Producer DEREK DRESCHER long wave only
This is the first celebration of Mass at the beginning of His
Holiness the Pope's nisioncai visit to Great Britain.
The commentators at Westminster Cathedral arc Peter Jones
Gerald Priestland Sue MacGregor Order of Service Procession
Fanfare: Tu es Petrus (Duruflg)
Air in D minor (Matthew Locke )
Hymn: All people that on earth do dwell (William Kelhe. Day's Psalter Melody from Geneva Psalter, arr Vaughan Williams)
The Penitential Rite
The Gloria (Missa brevis in D (K 194) Mozart)
The Liturgy of the Word
First Reading: Ezekiel 34, vv 11-12 and 15-17; Psalm 79, vv 2-3 and 15-16 and 18-19, response v 4 (S. Cleoburv)
Second Reading: Acts 2. vv 14 and 36-42 Gospel: John 21. vv 15-19 The Homily - His Holiness Pope John Paul II
Baptism and Confirmation The Credo
During Communion the following will be sung Hymn: 0 bread of Heaven beneath this veil (St Alphonsus trans Edward Vaughan. H. F. Hemy )
Choir: Ave verum corpus (William Byrd ) Hymn: Soul of my
Saviour (Ascribed to John XXII trans Anonymous, W. Maher )
Choir: 0 taste and see how gracious the Lord is (Psalm 34. v 8, VauKhan Williams)
The Holy Father moves to the Cathedral balcony to bless the people.
Hymn: Christ is made the sure foundation (trans John Mason
Neale based on Ephesians 2 vv 20-22. arr
E. Hawkins from an anthem by Purcell)
Hymn: Hail Queen of Heav'n. the ocean star (John Lingard , H. F. Hemy )
Carillon sortie (Henri Mulet )
Cathedral Masters of Ceremonies
MONSIGNOR ANTONY HOWE and THE REV ALAN O'CONNOR Cathedral Master of Music and Assistant STEPHEN CLEOBURY and ANDREW WRIGHT
Cathedral Oman Scholar
THOMAS MOHAN PHILIP JONES BRASS
ENSEMBLE long wave only until 12.0
12.55 Weather: travel; programme news
Introduced from Northern Ireland by Helen Madden
Cots and Violence; the violence in Belfast has not deterred members of the Cats Protection
League from risking their lives to rescue stray cats. OLENKA FRENKIEL examines the ways in which their work has become more hazardous.
Coping with Lesbianism: although lesbianism, unlike male homosexuality, is not illegal in Northern
Ireland, MARY CLARK talks to lesbians who believe society does not understand them or treat them fairly.
Housewife and Politician: Eileen Paisley entered politics long before her husband, The Rev Ian Paisley. She is the mother of five children and believes her role as a housewife is just as important as her career in politics.
Producer MARTIN DILLON BBC Northern Ireland The Monument by ALUN RICHARDS abridged by JACK SINGLETON Read by Douglas Blackwell long wave only
The Woman's Hour Book, £6.50 from booksellers
ccemmodations byNICK HALL adapted hy
' I just don understand! A-. breakfast this morning vou suddenly decide to leave me and the eight-roomed house In Wcstchester and move into one and three-quarter rooms in Greenwich
Village with a bunch of room-mates ...' Bob has even more surprises coming his way - very fast!
Directed by CHRISTOPHER VENNING
(First broadcast on the BBC World Service)
A five-part series in which Asians in Britain talk to Towyn Mason about their continuing links with the places from which they have come. 2: Pakistan, especially Mirpur in Pakistan-controlled Kashmir
Producer JOAN GRIFFITHS
Written by MARY CUTLER (Repeated: Man 1.40 pm) Cast for the week:
with Bill Wallis
David Tate , Sheila Steafel and Chris Emmett
Written by BOB SINFIELD , TONY SARCHET ,
JAMES HENDRIE , JOHN LANGDON , RICHARD QUICK,
ALISTAIR BEATON , PETER HICKEY ,
JOHN REVELL , DAVE DIXON , ANDREA SOLOMONS and others Producer JAN RAVENS
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