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Directed by CHRISTOPHER VENNING
(Barry Foster is a National Theatre player)
with Sue MacGregor Guest of the Week: actress
Julie Walters New YorkReport: HELENE HANFF
House-swapping: JENNI MILLS finds out the pleasures and perils of spending your holiday in someone else's home - and letting them into yours.
The High Path (6)
Snapshots by JO GILL
' Somewhere in the house there's a battered cardboard box full of old photos, my cardboard life in a box; out of a Box Brownie ... When you look at yourself as you used to be 25 years ago, you don't feel any different ... '
Directedby tony cliff
Sixth of seven programmes by JOHN KEAY with Peter Barkworth as W. G. Palgrave
Narrator JOHN ROWE
William Gifford Palgrave was a man of many parts. Though born a Jew he was ordained into the Roman Catholic priesthood, and it was as a missionary that in 1862 he embarked on Ms epic journey through the heart of Arabia. But it transpired that Palgrave was also a spy in the pay of the French ... with JOHN RYE. Producer ALAN HAYDOCK
In a series of six weekly talks Michael Elkins , who has lived in Israel since 1948 and was BBC Correspondent there for 17 years, plots his own course through the history of modern Israel. 3: War and the New Society
In 1956, after less than ten years of existence. Israel is involved in the second of her wars with the Arabs, this time in an uneasy partnership with Britain and France - and Elkins begins his career as a journalist.
First of two programmes Reformers and Ritual On 14 July 1833 the gentle Oxford Don John
Keble preached a sermon in St Mary's University Church, Oxford which changed the course of the Church of England. He attacked Government control of Church appointments, and asked tire question: who controls the Church, God or man?
Richard Harries , Dean of King's College, London, outlines the course of what became variously known as the Oxford
Movement or the Catholic Revival, and talks with Sir Owen Chadwick. Regius Professor of Modern History at
Cambridge and Master of Selwyn, and with Canon Donald Alchln , about some of the great men of the movement and the commotion caused by a little ritual in high places. Readers
BRIAN GEAR , FRANK DUNCAN Producer PETER FIRTH BBC Bristol
Sir William Walton (1902-83)
A creative man, completely creative. I've always said if it weren't for the music I don't think Henry V ' would have been a success. John Amis presents a tribute to the composer whose life and work was commemorated in a Service of Thanksgiving in Westminster Abbey today. Including contributions from: Laurence Olivier Andre Previn
Michael Kennedy Malcolm Arnold
Sir Charles Groves Michael Berkeley
Gillian Widdicombe and Tony Palmer
Producer JOHN POWELL
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