A joint Eucharist with the congregations of St John 's Episcopal Church and St Cuthbert's Church of Scotland, Edinburgh
Led by THE REV CANON NEVILLE CHAMBERLAIN and THE REV TOM CUTHELL
Hymns: (A&M NEW STANDARD) Rise and hear, the Lord is speaking (509: Sussex); Praise my soul (192); Alleluia sing to Jesus (262: Hyfrydol);
Scottish Liturgy Music Setting: ROBERT E.KYDD
Reading: Acts 11, w 4-18 Gradual: Oculi omnium (Charles Wood)
Reading: John 15, w 12-17
Anthem: Come and view me, Lord (Richard Lloyd ) Organist JAMES WATSON
Director of music ROBERT e. KYDD
The return of Radio 4's glossy
Sunday magazine presented by Margo MacDonald
One hundred minutes to divert, entertain and perhaps inform you about the issues and personalities who are in the public eye.
Today's edition includes:
The Morning After: a report on how one group of people spent their Saturday night, from a not-too-bleary-eyed NIGEL FARRELL.
A Year of My Own: TIM PIGOTT.
SMITH chooses 1974 - the year in which President Nixon resigned over Watergate - as a year that was special for him, for other reasons.
High Noon: The Colour
Supplement's way of discussing an issue of the week.
International Exchange: linking up radio stations around the world to hear some of the major, and the minor, preoccupations of the week elsewhere.
Modern Manners: advice for the confused, bemused or marginally ignorant from those expert observers of modern etiquette LAURIE TAYLOR and VIC LEWIS-SMITH .
Sunday Lunch: SUSAN MARUNG joins bill TIDY in his kitchen during the preparation of the day's main meal, to share domestic chores and table talk. DEREK JAMESON reviews the other colour supplements of the day, with reference to the rest of Fleet Street's output.
Plus RORY BREMNER continuing an everyday story of broadcasting folk.
Producers IAN GARDHOUSE
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by Rose Tremain
with Roy Kinnear and Fiona Walker
Larry and Marje decide to holiday on a French camp site. Larry appears to be full of jovial bonhomie, but when Trist suddenly pitches his tent next to them, Larry reveals a very different side to his nature.
(Temporary Shelter won a Giles Cooper Award for one of the best plays of 1984)
BBC Manchester Stereo
In a series of six programmes Kenneth Hudson looks at the way we view history. 1: Everyday Furniture
'Marie Antoinette 's writing table is a wonderful piece of artistry, but I feel sure that
Marie Antoinette never wrote on it. The dear lady dared not. She might have spoiled it by upsetting some ink on it. It is a piece of the highest possible technique - call it a piece of fine art - but, alas, it does not seem to me to be a piece of furniture.' In 1710 the young
Robert Gillow 's father languished in Lancaster prison as a Catholic recusant. Apprenticed to a cabinet maker, the boy was to become one of the great designers of furniture for the British middle class throughout the Empire. Early this century Lucian Ercolani based his designs on the traditional Windsor chair which had been made in High Wycombe for generations.
Producer JOHN KNIGHT. BBC Bristol
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4.0 Victorian Values A series of six programmes. 3: Family Life TERRY JONES sets out to discover if the world of 'Home Sweet Home' existed in Victorian Britain, with historians ANNA DAVIN and ELLEN ROSS.
4.30 Inside Information A ten-programme course
8: The Intelligent Machine? Can computers think for themselves? PAUL HEINEY reports on the latest moves towards Artificial Intelligence, and gardening expert ALAN TITCHMARSH discovers a computer program which can diagnose plant diseases. There's also a report on computers in the classroom and on what makes good software.
5.0 Sports Coaching A new series of six programmes providing a basic introduction to coaching for coaches of all sports Presented by david icke
1: Coaches - Who Needs Them? Coaching is seen as vital in the development of young sportsmen and sportswomen. But what do coaches do? How do they go about their work? And what is good coaching practice? Study packs on many of the topics covered in this series are available from the National Coaching Foundation. For further information write to: [address removed] Series producer FRANK WARWICK ●DRELPLINES: page 69
5.30 Euromagazine Edizione italiana (2) ANGELA VIRDO scopre quello che pensano gli italiani della vita in Gran Bretagna. Presentatori DENISE DE RÖME e ENRICO VERDECCHIA
The Badger Lady
After years of night watching,
Chris Ferris was accepted as an honorary badger, making unique observations of their lives and habits. She has also been beaten up, shot at and nearly run over by frustrated badger-diggers. The story of this extraordinary lady is presented by Derek Jones.
Producer TIM GROUT-SMITH BBCBristol
See feature in July issue of BBC Wildlife magazine, £1.10, available from newsagents
Harwell is known for its Atomic Energy Research
Establishment, but there are also cherries here, that
Masefield prized above all others, and the oldest peal of six bells in England. Besides this Brian Johnston discovers a game called 'Aunt Sally' which they play at the local pubs in this part of Oxfordshire. Producer ANDREW VIVIAN BBCBristol
Teenagers, their parents, their grandparents and they themselves as parents, trying to understand how things have changed. Parents
The first of three programmes marking International Youth
Year. Written and presented by Sarah McNeill
Reporters ANDREA ADAMS , SANDRA HEAVENSTONE and SARA PARKER
Studio production by ANDREW PARFITT. Stereo
The classic novels of adventure and romance by R. L. Stevenson dramatised in ten parts by Catherine L. Czerkawska with David Rintoul as David Balfour, Paul Young as Alan Breck
The brig Covenant has been shipwrecked off the west coast of Scotland and David Balfour has been cast ashore on the island of Erraid. He has Alan Breck's silver button still safe in his pocket and he makes his way to Appin, and a fateful encounter.
James of the Glens:
The confessions of a Victorian man of letters with Michael Bryant as John Addington Symonds 'It was my primary object to describe amanofnomean talents, of no abnormal depravity, whose life has been perplexed from first to last by passion - natural, instinctive, healthy in his own particular case, but morbid and abominable from the point of view of the society in which he lives - persistent passion for the male sex.'
John Addington Symonds had presented a confident face to the world, but inwardly he was in turmoil. His memoirs were not published until 1984 when
Symonds had been in his grave almost a century. Brian Gear presents a portrait of the Bristol-born writer.
Producer JOHN KNIGHT. BBCBristol
(Michael Bryant is a National Theatre player)
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