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6.30,7.30,8.30 News Summary
6.45* Business News With SIMON GOMPERTZ
7.00, 8.00 Today's News Read by BRYAN MARTIN
7.25*, 8.25* Sport With JULIAN TUTT
7.45* Thoughtfor the Day
live from the William Booth Memorial Training College, Denmark Hill, London Reading: John 6, vv 1-13
Hymns: Who is on the Lord's side? (Rachie); My life must be Christ's broken bread (Spohr); Christ, for the world we sing (Moscow)
11.00 Music Makers The Saga of Erik Nobeard (1) With IAN HUMPHRIS and JILL SHILLING Producer PETER HUTCHINGS Stereo (e) and at 11.20 The Saga of Erik Nobeard (2) Stereo (e)
11.40 Junior Dance 1: Action! Written and presented by ROSAMUND SHREEVES Producer BRIAN SCOTT-HUGHES Stereo (e)
1.55 Listening Comer KERRY SHALE reads Frog and Toad Stories by ARNOLD LOBEL Today's story: The Garden ' Producer MARY HAYDON. Stereo
2.00 Recorder Club Stage II, written and presented by DOUGLAS COOMBES with RACHEL BECKETT and TREVOR HUGHES (1) Producer PETER HUTCHINGS. Stereo (e)
2.2011-14 Project English Poetry Anthologies
1: Bikeshed Affairs by DAVE WARD 2: Hauntings by DAVE CALDER Producer JOHN TAYLOR. Stereo (e)
In the programme that puts women in the fast lane, Jenni Murray meets offshore power-boat racer Gina Campbell. Serial: Jane Eyre (10) by CHARLOTTE BRONTE abridged in 19 episodes by ELIZABETH BRADBURY
Read by Juliet Stevenson Editor CLARE SELERIEGREY
One man's attempt to overcome self-doubt and nightmare leads him on a journey of discovery which brings him face to face not only with his relatives and friends, but also, among others, with Adam and Eve, and Pontius Pilate.
Paul Theroux 's newly-published travels by train through China and Roman
Polanski's new film Frantic are included in today's magazine. Presented by Christopher Bigsby Producer FIONA MCLEAN
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