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7.15 Apna HI Ghar
Samajhiye: for Asians BBC Birmingham long wave only
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7.50 The Shape of God
THE REV PETER TIMMS with a meditation for the seventh Sunday after
Pentecost: Matthew 18, vv 21-35 long wave only
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Presenter Clive Jacobs Producer DAVID COOliES
FRANK MIDDLEMASS talks about the work of the Housing Associations
Charitable Trust in helping to house homeless people.
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by Alistair Cooke
from St Gregory 's Church, Bedale, North Yorkshire celebrated by THE REV KENNETH DRWIS Preacher
CANON F. W. A. LEDGARD
Readings: I Corinthians 12, vv 27-31; 13, vv 1-13; Matthew 18, vv 21-35
Hymns: Love divine (UoMR 205); Tell out my soul (100 HFT 89); Christ Is made (A&MB 620); Guide me (A 4 MR 296)
Communion Anthem: Broken for me
Organist RICHARD boyton BBC Manchester
Omnibus edition. Producer WILLIAM SMETHURST
Agricultural story editor ANTHONY PARKIN
Introduced by Bob Prizeman , who meets literary critic Marilyn Butler and her political science husband, David, at their Oxford home; and presents some highlights from Woman's Hour.
Beyond Our Ken starring Kenneth Home with Betty Marsden
Bill Pertwee , Kenneth Williams
(first broadcast in 1964)
The team of Diy experts
; the Care of Buildings Exhibition at Hampton Court Palace.
With members of the exhibition's technical committee.
David HOlloway , Colin Sheffield and Tony Wilkins consider common
Problems of home maintenance arising ,cum your letters.
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CATIIY STEW ARr.-.,
Presenter Gordon Clough dltor DEREK LEWIS
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A Modern Relationship by ANITA BRONSON
David Bean looks forward to Saturday's Durham Miners' Gala, the 100th, and also back to Its great days as the world's biggest, regular, working-class demonstration. BBC Manchester
In 'a series of ten programmes. Malcolm tilings explores the World of archaeology.
1: Towards an Archaeology of the Mind
Can the material remains of the past tell us anything about the ways In which ancient civilizations approached the very same problems that preoccupy us today? Reader HUGH DICKSON
Producer john knight BBC Bristol long wave only
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With HARRIET CASS
Five programmes about coronary heart disease presentedby
Dr Alan Maryon-Davif 2: Give up Smoking - Help Your ileort
Producer sabah Rowland*
Six programmes of recollections of working-class childhood 60 years and more ago. selected from oral history collections throughout Britain by Stephen Humphries , with music arranged and performed by sanbra kerb, and with additionalrecordingsfrom the BBC's Sound Archives. 2: School
Producer ALAN haydock
7.0 Travel; programmes
Teresa McGonagle invites Monty Haltrecnt and Irene Thomas to pick some paperbacks.
Producer PAMELA HOWE BBC Bristol
Haydn Trio in A (H xv 18)
Smetana Trio in G minor. Op 15 played by the HAYDN TRIO
(First broadcast on R3)
At the end of 1955, Anthony Smith mounted a small motorcycle in Capetown and rode north.
Several months and 7,000 miles later he arrived In Cairo the first time such a trip had been completed. This year he took the machtne out of storage and with his son Adam set off to retrace his path. but this time from Cairo to Capetown.
In Seldom talks, ANTHONY smith continues the story of his journey.
An anniversary celebration of Hilaire Belloc (1870-1953) by MICHAEL FFINCH. with Hugh Burden as Belloc Belloc wrote over 150 books of history, biography, fiction, poetry.
Catholic polemics, travel and political theory. His predictions of the world today have proved to be remarkably accurate.
' He was, perhaps with Winston Churchill, the nearest genius I have known.' (LADY DIANA COOPER)
Directed by SIIAUN MACLOUGHLIN BBC Bristol
J B Morton:
G K Chesterton:
E C Bentley:
First of six programmes The Man
After the horrors of our civil war this serene country priest emerged to write poetry about material things as no other Englishman has.
TheRevKeithClement! presents a selection of these meditations, based on Traherne's own belief that ' never was anything In the world loved too much, but many things have been loved In a false way'.
Readers Frank Duncan and Patrick Malahlde Producer PETER FIRTH BBC Bristol
Seeds of Change
The world is split from north to south by two great oceans, the Atlantic and the Pacific. We, and the rest of the Atlantic communities, have been In recession economically, some would talk about spiritual malaise, while the people who live around the Pacific have gone from strength to strength.
Mary Goldring spent last year travelling through the region to discover why. In the first of six programmes, she describes the mixture of fear, greed and pride behind their success.
Producer TOM READ
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