A new series adapted In
six parts by JOHN HOWLETT from his novel of the same name with 1: Twisting the Dragon's Tail
The Fast Breeder Nuclear Reactor Is without doubt the most efficient source of power yet conceived. It is also potentially by far the most dangerous. Should Britain commit herself to an international alliance to build a commercial version?
Gordon Aylen , a senior civil servant, is asked to prepare a policy document which may well be the deciding factor In his. government's decision. He soon finds himself cast in the uncomfortable role of devil's advocate.
Directed by ROGER PINE BBC Birmingham
12.55 Weather: travel; programme news
Voice Of MUF:
with Sue MacGregor Guest of the Week: the photographer Terence Donovan
There Were Ten in the Bed ...' RON ALLDRIDGE explores the changing rituals of going to bed. Remembering Louise by ANNA Gilbert , abridged in 11 parts by MADGE HART Read by Corinna Marlowe (1)
(Music: Lennox Berkeley's Symphony No 1)
Mother Care by TIM ASTINALL , With and Rose, a sixth-former at a girls' public school In
London, is awaiting the results of a scholarship to Cambridge. When James and Kay, her thoroughly nice middle-class, liberal-minded parents, learn that Rose Is about to become a mother, they aren't quite sure how to react.
Directed by SHAUN MACLOUGHLIN BBC Bristol
A Youth Rally to celebrate
' His Holiness ' the Pope's visit to Cardiff. Presented by Gerald Prlestland with two studio guests. The scene at Ninian Park Is described by Alun Williams with John Hosken. Peter Jones will be on the motorcade from Ninian Park to Rhoose Airport.
The Holy Father's arrival at the stadium will be greeted by a fanfare.
Opening song: How lovely on the mountains
(Leonard J. Smith )
Presentation and Address The call of Samuel, interpreted in movement and music
(Samuel 3, vv 1-18)
Hymn: Oh the word of my Lord (Damian Lundy ) Presentation prayer
Gospel Processional Song (Ernest Sands)
Gospel: John 15, vv 1-17 Address by the Holy Father
Choir: Motet: Jubilate Deo (Mozart)
Act of Dedication
A scroll will be presented to the Holy Father, during which the following will be sung:
Sing to the world (Patrick Lee , Ernest Sands ) Prayers Blessing
As the Holy Father is driven around the stadium, the young people will sing: The spirit lives to set us free (Damian Lundy )
Give me joy in my heart (trad)
Seek ye first the kingdom of God (Karen Lasserty) We're the church of today (John Marsland , Ernest Sands)
BRASS AND WIND ORCHESTRA Of GOLDSMITH COLLEGE, LONDON
THE YOUTH CHOIR
Organist PETER MORRISON Leader of LASALLIAN
RESOURCE DAMIAN LUNDY
Conductor MARK SHANAHAN Director of Music ERNEST SANDS
7: Let This Be a Lesson.... Throughout the world children go to school to learn ' the three Rs - - skills they hope will help them obtain a good Job and live a fulfilling life. But such hopes are often frustrated, in the rich 1 North ' as in the poor ' South ' - ' education ' and the needs of the ' real world ' often remain stubbornly separate. How can problems such as these be solved? And what can the schools of the ' North ' and the ' South learn from each other? Written and presented bv Emanuel de Kadt and Daniel Snowman
Producer DANIEL SNOWMAN
These words of Hamlet were quoted by The Prince of Wales when he ooened the new
Shakespeare Memorial Theatre on 23 April 1932 This is a celebration of the 50th anniversary of the theatre at Stratfordupon-Avon and the opening of the new London home of the Royal Shakespeare
Company at the Barbican. An exploration of the flowering of a small provincial festival into one of the finest theatrical companies in the world, with the aid of the BBC Sound Archives and contemporary interviews.
Past and present members of the Company - actors, directors and designers - take part.
Written and narrated by John Bott
Producer IAN cotterell
Includes reviews of Talley's Folly, a romantic drama by Pulitzer Prize winner Lanford Wilson , starring Hayley Mills and Jonathan Pryce and the Spltalfields Summer
Festival which includes performances of Armide by Gluck at Christ Church.
Presenter Chris Pawling Producer john POWELL
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