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6.45. Prayer for the Day With JOHN MATTHEWS
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7.45. Thought for the Day
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A series about people who are successful against the odds.
2: Michael Peters
MICHAEL PETERS always wanted to be an artist, but after failing his Art O-level he left school to work in what he thought was an architect's office. It turned out to be a commercial art studio and he'd accidentally stumbled into the career he wanted. Today he runs one of the most successful design companies In the world, with clients ranging from Fisons to
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Producer JOCK GALLAGHER BBC Birmingham long wave only
Some Cameo Glass for Mr Glinks by JOHN SPARRY
Read by Jack Haig
1 " I doubt if there's a piece of buyable cameo gtass within 50 miles of here," Harry said. But he'd spoken too soon."
Producer GWYN RICHARDS BBC Birmingham long wave only
from the Chapel of Unity, Methodist College, Belfast NEM, p 102; Lord of all being, throned afar (BBC HB 11); Psalm 100; John 6, vv 1-14 (AV); In Christ there is no east or west (PTL 268)
BBC Northern Ireland
When you are asleep and dreaming, do you know you are dreaming, and can you direct the action? If so, you are having a ' lucid dream Such dreams have long been known and used by primitive tribes, but now ucid dreams are the subject of serious research in universities and medical laboratories. One dreamer, wired to a machine, can tap out a brief message in morse, or dream a pre-arranged course of action. There is now a machine which can cause a lucid dream to start. But what is the use of this research?
June Knox-Mawcr talks with Dr Peter Fenwick Dr Morton Schatzman Dr Keith Hearne Alan Worsley
Charles McCreery Celia Green
Readers JEAN TREND and PETER TUDDENHAM Producer
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We all have queries, quibbles and quandaries which we mean to resolve but which always lie unanswered at the back of our minds.
Let Neil Landor , together with his specialist experts and the help of the BBC Reference Dibrary, sort our your queries.
Questions, on a postcard please, to: Enquire Within, BBC, Broadcasting House, London W1A 4WW
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Introduced by Sue MacGregor Including
Home from Home:
BARBARA MYERS Visits
Windsor House, where people with epilepsy learn to manage their lives outside hospital.
The Tenant of Wlldfell Hall (6) long wave only
by David Bannister
Dave, Paul, Steve and Frank are determined to make their last two weeks in the Territorials a fortnight to remember. So it is to be, but not in the sense they Intended. At their final camp, as the beer flows and the nostalgia becomes
Indulgent, they confront a 20-year-old memory of their National Service in Korea, and the unpleasant implications it has for all of them.
Walter Klien (piano)
BBC Symphony Orchestra leader BELA DEKANY conductor
Sir John Pritchard direct from the Barbican Centre, City of London Part 1
Schubert Symphony No 4, In c minor (Tragic) Mozart Piano Concerto
No 23, in A major (k 488)
Oxford's spires dream amid a jumble of pubs, corner shops, market stalls and chain stores - a true mixture of town and gown. Margaret Gowing , Professor of History of Science, on her way to do her weekly shopping, is reminded of the scholarship, martyrdom and invention that moulded modern Oxford. Producer JOHN HARRISON BBC Bristol
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