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7.0,8.0 Today's News
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7.45* Thought for the Day
3: The Gymkhana
Young riders compete for the coveted cup or rosette at the local gymkhana. The schooling, the grooming and the final performance all come together in the arena for the big day. Producer MARJORIE LOFTHOUSE BBC Pebble Mill
Exactly who should be responsible for keeping rivers. lakes and reservoirs clean? Mike Jordan investigates the crisis brewing in Britain's water industry.
Producer TIM HAINES. BBC Bristol (Re-broadcast next Sunday)
There are in England some 13, 000 churches. Together they represent an enormous body of musical energy and enthusiasm. So wrote Sydney Nicholson , then organist of Westminster
Abbey. But he gave up the most important cathedral appointment in England to found his School of English
Church Music, dedicated to raising musical standards in churches. In this, its diamond jubilee year, the Royal School of Church Music, as it is now known, is confronted by a new climate. Standards have never been higher, but the church, as it has faced the cultural changes of the 60s and 70s, has tried to take on board the most virulent aspect of that culture, its music. Bob Prizeman looks at the school's response to the varying needs of contemporary church musicians.
Producer PHILIP BILLSON Stereo (R) revised
In the fourth of six programmes Martin Wainwright recounts how in the last century, the second Lord Rothschild amassed a stunning two-and-a-half million butterflies using professional collectors - among them Albert Meek , who caught many of the rarest species on his adventurous journeys through Papua New Guinea. Producer JENNY HARGREAVES
Introduced by Sue MacGregor A-Level Blues
So you've blown it. You've failed your exams, or the grades aren't good enough. What next?
Careers adviser Beryl Dixon , Dr Clive Wake and Tony Higgins discuss the options. Phone in on [number removed]Serial:
Charters and Caldicott (6)
Borderline Business by GRANT EUSTACE
A man on holiday in Germany disappears in mysterious circumstances. It must be something big because 'they' have sent for Coningsby!
Directed by DAVID JOHNSTON Stereo
Lt Gerry Wheeler:
(Re-broadcast tomorrow at 1.40pm) Written by MARTIN WORTH Cast for the week:
BBC Pebble Mill
First of three programmes prowling through the pages of the provincial papers.
Stanley Williamson discovers how they reflected the lives and concerns of the people of York 100 years ago.
Readers VALERIE WINDSOR and GEOFFREY BANKS BBC Manchester
D.H. Lawrence and W.E. Hopkin - The Story of a Friendship
Written and presented by ROY SPENCER , with Barry Foster as D.H. Lawrence and Garard Green as W.E. Hopkin
'Whenever Lawrence published a book he'd send one to William and after he died we agreed that the library should accept them on condition that they're kept at Eastwood as a collection.'
With OLIVE HOPKIN. JACK BRONSON
RUTH CARLIN , ENID HILTON
ANNE JAMESON. JAMES MACPHERSON NATASHA PYNE and CHRISTOPHER SCOTT
Researcher NOEL MARTIN KADER
Producer PIERS PLOWRIGHT. Stereo (R)
Researcher Noel Martin
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