A sequence of hymns presented by Charlotte Green
7.10 Sunday Papers
7.15 Apna HI Ghar Samajhiye Make Yourself at Home A programme for Asian listeners
BBC Pebble Mill
7.45 Bells on Sunday from Christ Church Cathedral, Victoria, Canada
Turning Over New Leaves
Richard Harries selects a few of the best religious books of the year.
8.10 Sunday Papers (Broadcastat 7.10am)
Religious news and views from home and abroad
Presented by Trevor Barnes
talks, for the Week's Good Cause, about the need to develop and support self-help projects being undertaken by young people and adults who are unable to gain employment.
Donations to: Church Action with the Unemployed, [address removed]
by Alistair Cooke
A spoken service of Holy Communion from the 1662 Book of Common Prayer celebrated in the Crypt of Canterbury Cathedral
Celebrant THE REV PETER ALLEN , the Chaplain of King's School, Canterbury Preacher
THE VERY REV JOHN SIMPSON ,
Dean of Canterbury Cathedral. Stereo
4: The French Liver and Its Uses The mineral waters of the Spa and the machine workers of the Sausage. Stereo (R)
Reconstituted from bits of string, liquorice, gob-stoppers and brown-paper parcels. The Internal Mountain (R)
Presented by Gordon Clough
with Margaret Howard For 52 weeks of the year
The 'pick' of the week is quite clear.
The selections are made,
But will they make the grade
For inclusion in 'Pick of the Year'? Producer ANDREW PARFITT
Stereo (Revised re-broadcast on Tuesday at 9.0pm)
by SOMERSET MAUGHAM dramatised by JEFFREY SEGAL with 'By God, what a time I am going to have,' thinks Charley when at Christmas 1938 he goes to Paris to visit his old schoolfriend Simon.
As ignorant of the storm clouds lowering over Europe as he is of any world outside his own comfortable, cultured middle-class English background,
Charley does not have quite the Christmas that he expected.
MARY NASH (piano)
Directed by GRAHAM GAULD Stereo
'You have to finance it yourself, cast it, put the whole thing together and then hold it together - and pray God they're all going to be well on the night!' For nearly 20 years
Alan Sievewright and Denny Dayviss have periodically mounted concert performances of opera featuring the world's greatest singers.
They recall some of the triumphs (and a few near-catastrophes) in conversation with Daniel Snowman. Producer DANIEL SNOWMAN Stereo (e)
(Re-broadcast New Year's Eve at 9.0pm)
with BRIAN PERKINS
Johnny Morris recalls his childhood in Wales.
2: Back at the Ranch Stereo (R)
by John Penn dramatised by Melville Jones.
With John Castle as Supt Thorne, Tessa Worsley as his wife, Miranda, Stephen Thorne as John Kempton, Diana Bishop as his wife, Rose
When a body is found floating in the pool of a luxurious hotel in the Cotswolds, Superintendent Thorne is called in to investigate.
5: Remember My Name It would be nice if
Steven Spielberg or someone just showed up and said, 'Hey, wanna be a movie star?' and I'll say, 'Sure', but it doesn't normally happen that way at all.
A montage documentary to mark the 50th anniversary of a school familiar the world over to viewers of the TV series Fame. After four years at New York's High School of Music and Performing Arts, the senior dance and music students pin their hopes on their final 'showcase' productions.
Technical presentation PHIL BOOTH Producer JULIE SIMMONS BBC Manchester
Hope of the World
'Born in the night, Mary's Child' The last of three seasonal meditations by The Rev Dr John Newton , Chairman of the Merseyside Methodist District BBC Manchester Stereo