Song of the Burren by JOHN G MILLER
Read by John Westbrook
A lonely farm in Ireland - and an absent husband. For the traveller, who arrives by chance, it's the scene of a brief idyll, fated to end as abruptly as it began.
on the occasion of the 50th
Anniversary of King George s Jubilee Trust for Youth. From St Paul's Cathedral in the presence of the Patron, HM The Queen and the President, HRH The Pnnce of Wales, together with HRH The Princess of Wales. The Trust, which provides financial support for youth projects, large and small, was established in 1935 following an appeal by Prince Edward, then the Prince of Wales, to commemorate the Silver Jubilee of his father, King George V. Order of service:
The Bidding Prayer The Lord's Prayer
Hymn: Praise to the Almighty First Lesson (rsv): Genesis 1, w 3-5, 14-19
Anthem: Jubilate (Britten)
Second Lesson (rsv): I John 2, vv 7-11, read by HRH THE PRINCE OF WALES Ensemble Presentation: The Way of Light composed by NIGEL HESS conducted by RICHARD BALCOMBE THE METHODIST ASSOCIATION OF
YOUTH CLUBS ORCHESTRA leader FIONA STEPHEN director of music
THE LONDON COMMUNITY GOSPEL
CHOIR leader THE REV BAZIL MEADE
THE NATIONAL YOUTH THEATRE OF
Address by The Archbishop of Canterbury, The Most Rev Robert Runcie
The Act of Commitment
Hymn: Thou whose almighty word
Blessing: The Bishop of London THE RT REV GRAHAM LEONARD The National Anthem Organist JOHN scorr conductor CHRISTOPHER DARNLEY Artistic director EDWARD WILSON The scene is described by John Hosken
King George V.
1.55 Listening Corner Today's story: Paint it Green by DES cox
2.5 Something to Think About Rainbows in the Puddles
2.15 Quest: Finding Out about the Sikh Religion
2.35 Pictures in Your Mind: (Poetry): Talking Secrets by GARETH OWEN
2.45 Nature: Newts by MICHAEL SCOTT
A series of short stories dramatised for radio
3: An Outpost of Progress by JOSEPH CONRAD adapted by R. S. BYRAM
Two men, fresh from Europe as the hired employees of the Company, are trading in ivory far up the jungle river. But they are unaware of the real trade being carried on under their noses by their major-domo, Makola....
Directed by BRIAN MILLER BBC Bristol. Stereo
Without hesitation, the least repetitious and most undeviating programme on radio. With Kenneth Williams , Peter Jones , Derek Nimmo and Martin Jarvis
Chairman Nicholas Parsons Devised by IAN MESSITER Producer PETE ATKIN
There's nothing particularly new about students working their way through college, but the recent controversy over the whole grants system does suggest that it could become more of a necessity than ever before. At the same time, however, lengthening dole queues are making it more difficult for students to find part-time jobs. In Oxford, the more enterprising undergraduates have found the answer: by setting up their own businesses.
Marjorie Lofthouse looks at some of these ventures, including two girls who run a homecooking service and the Governor of the Bank of England's son, who operates a furniture-removal company. Producer JULIET MORRIS BBC Birmingham
by JOHN FLETCHER
The history and natural history of the Somerset levels with Ben Cross , Maureen O'Brien and Barry Paine 'A velvet mantle of green covers it, wild irises shoot, marigolds glow, moorhens cut and fluster, mayflies wobble and cluster, and supreme, rising god-like from imponderable depths, comes the arrogant steel-glinted dragonfly.'
Readers ADRIAN CAIRNS. ELWYN JOHNSON and DOUGLAS LEACH Producer MICHAEL BRIGHT BBC Bristol. Stereo
Vive Le Blast-Offl
Europe is stepping up its space efforts-not for the glamour, but for the financial rewards of the technological spin-off. Will self-interest lead the Europeans to harmonious co-operation? Or will the lure of partnership with the Americans put an end to French dreams of true
Presented by John Eidinow Producer DAVID BROOKE
Get By in Greek A five-programme beginners' course for travellers on holiday or business. With CHRISTINA COUCOUNARA and YORGOS YANNOULOPOULOS
4: Finding Your Way Around Asking the way Enquiring about public transport Finding out times Study booklet, £2.25; set of two cassettes, £7.48 from retailers or[address removed]
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