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The Wonderful Tune by THOMAS CROKER
Read by Sean Barrett
Maurice Connor is the finest piper in the whole of Ireland, but in this famous traditional story he finds himself piping for some very strange dancers! Producer MITCH RAPER
The time of missions is ended.... Today in many places it is not necessary to become Christian.
Roman Catholic theologian)
In 1910 a group of eminent Christians from many denominations gathered in Edinburgh to explore ways of co-operating in mission 'so that the world may believe'. They and their successors launched the Ecumenical Movement. Today's missionaries do not compete for souls in lands afar. But have they abandoned their vision of a world won for Christ? Is there a price to be paid for Christian unity?
Robert Foxcroft examines the health of modern Ecumenism, 75 years after its birth.
Researcher MARGARET COLLINGWOOD Producer ERNEST REA BBC Bristol
11.0 Religious Education Marriage by JILL BURRIDGE and at 11.20 Death by JENNY NEMKO
11.40 Education Now: Industry Year 1986 5: Mini Enterprise A plan to introduce a small 'company' into every secondary school in 1986
The Ubiquitous Woodlouse Move a log, lift an old box or peel back some bark and you will find woodlice. They even turn up in houses, and yet most people have a soft spot for these fascinating creatures.
Presented by Stephen Sutton BBCBristol
Derek Cooper hosts a feature edition sampling Christmas fare at home and abroad. And there are the latest dispatches from the front line of the turkey war. Producer JOHN FORSYTH
(Re-broadcast next Tuesday)
Introduced from Manchester by Judy Merry who meets PAULINE DANIELS , club comedienne. It all began one night when her singing voice failed and she decided to tell a few jokes....
Homoeopathy - is it feeling better? SUE TALBOT visits the unique Manchester Clinic founded 125 years ago. Producer DIANA STENSON BBC Manchester
Serial: A Careful Man (2)
by D. H. LAWRENCE dramatised in six parts by ROY SPENCER
6: The Dominant Motif of Suffering
September 1902: George is now married to Meg and they have twins. Although now a successful landlord, he misses the farm and finds himself restless and discontented.
Pianist MARLENE FLEET
Directed-by VANESSA WHITBURN BBC Birmingham
Old Man Renshaw:
The true story of the ear-splitting, frog-swallowing, pitchfork-chewing, poaching man about Market Drayton -
Derek Podmore. Nailed together by CHRIS ELDON LEE and MARY FOX (who got him to croak).
(First broadcast on BBC Radio Shropshire)
The Rt Hon Roy Hattersley , mp Jeffrey Archer and Rosemary Brown , business woman/journalist tackle the issues raised by the audience in Hemel Hempstead, Hertfordshire
Chairman John Timpson Producer CAROLE STONE BBCBristol
An irreverently critical look back at the week's news with Bill Wallis , David Tate Sally Grace and Jon Glover Written by RICHARD QUICK
PAUL B. DAVIES. STUART SILVER MARTIN BOOTH . IAN BROWN
JAMES HENDRIE. PETE SINCLAIR STEVE PUNT . DAVID COHEN PETER HICKEY and others
Producer PAUL MA YHEWARCHER
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