with Richard Baker ... Call Thursday
Exchange on [number removed]and cross-question the guests as they examine one of the week's main talking points with Peter Hobday.
. As usual at 10.30
Morning Story read by Peter Adamson as Harry Kemp , a northern photographer
3: The Hammock Tree by JILL NORRIS
Produced by the Rollercoaster unit
at the Service in Southwell Minster, Nottinghamshire Order of Service
Hymn: Praise to the Holiest in the height
Mandatum: The Lord High Almoner, the Bishop of Rochester
Opening Responses: The Vicar Choral Psalm 138
Responses and prayers: CANON DAVID KEENE
Anthem: Lord, for thy tender mercies' sake (16th century anon)
Lesson: John 13, w 1-16 read by Canon Leslie Morley
First Distribution of Maundy Gifts, during which the following anthems are sung:
0 pray for the peace of Jerusalem (Howells) Wash me throughly (S. S. Wesley)
Lesson: Matthew 25, vv 31-45, read by HRH
The Duke of Edinburgh
Second Distribution Ave Verum (Byrd)
Zadok the Priest (Handel) Prayers and thanksgiving: THE PROVOST OF SOUTHWELL Hymn: All my hope on God is founded
The National Anthem Blessing:
THE BISHOP OF SOUTHWELL Service conducted by The Provost, THE VERY REV MURRAY IRVINE and members of the Chapter CHOIRS OF HER MAJESTY'S CHAPEL ROYAL. ST JAMES'S PALACE and SOUTHWELL
Organist PETER WOOD Directors of Music
RICHARD POPPLEWELL and KENNETH BEARD Scene described by PETER JONES
Bill Breckon and Tim Tickell opens the door on the housing world.
Producer HELEN ROBSON Editor ROGER MACDONALD Telephone if you have questions you'd like answered in the follow-up programme at 8.25 pm Lines open 12.20-1.30
Ian Carmichael presents a tribute to the late Alan Melville , the great master of Intimate Revue. A nostalgic journey through his words and music with the memories of Dame Anna Neagle ,
Hermione Gingold , Dora Bryan ,
Hermione Baddeley , Beryl Reid ,
Dulcie Gray and Dickie Henderson.
Written and researched by JOHN PRESTON
Producer ANDY ALIFFE (Rev rpt: Sat 5.25 pm)
with Sue MacGregor
A God of Many Colours: Mountstuart Primary School in Cardiff can boast 23 nationalities among its pupils. SESI
MCCOMBIE reports on the way they are learning to work and pray together. A Loving Mistress by ROSEMARY FRIEDMAN abridged in six parts by MEG CLARKE
Read by EVE KARPF (6)
Agnus Dei by LOUISE PAGE with Margaret Tyzack Rosalind Shanks and Philip Voss
AGNES: He called me in the same way he did to be a nun....
What makes my certainty about the priesthood so different? Except that the church won't give me a chance to test it?
Directed by VANESSA WHITBURN
Meteorologists tend to describe their forecasting ability as 'skill' - an indication of the part still played by intuition and experience in predicting the weather. Reasonable forecasts can now be made days, weeks and even years in advance. But will they ever be completely accurate?
In the second of two programmes, Anthony Smith explores the obstacles in the path of the perfect forecast.
Producer GEOFF DEEHAN
A series of ten montage documentaries
3: American Airways - Boston to Mobile
Try the Guido's pizza blindfold test: eat a Guido pizza then eat a blindfold. Today's Nugget o' Truth is brought to you by the Living Waters Community Fellowship ...
Have you ever done it in a helicopter?
See if your can tell the difference.
Three 17-year-old boys admitted yesterday they had shot a man with a bazooka. They said they were out to get vagrants, commies and welfare recipients....
The first of two programmes tracing a journey through the USA in the sound of some of her 9,698 radio stations. Producer PETER EVERETT BBC Manchester
When Hunter Davies challenged Bookshelf listeners to produce a contemporary ghost story, hundreds poured in. A selection of some of the best is read in the first of two programmes.
Producer KATE FENTON
One day in May 1913, 81 cadets, including the young Louis Battenberg , stood on the quay at Portsmouth Docks awaiting the arrival of the Admiralty launch which would take them across the Solent to Osborne Naval College.
Each year the surviving members of the 'Exmouth Term 1913' meet for an anniversary lunch at a Salisbury hotel.
Narrator Tom Salmon
Compiled by BRIAN HAWKINS Producer JOHN KNIGHT BBC Bristol
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