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7.45* Thought for the Day
from St George 's,
Brandon Hill , Bristol
With the JANE LILLEY SINGERS
Hymns: When to the world the Saviour came; Don't you know Anthem (canon): Help me,
0 Lord, extend thine arm, my soul is sick (Arne)
Presented by THE REV ERNEST REA BBC Bristol. Stereo
A source of constant embarrassment to Greater
Manchester's Chief Constable James Anderton , alias
President of the British College of Accordionists, are invitations to demonstrate the instrument. The truth is, he can't play. Happily, the situation is remedied during a visit to the Lake District, famous for its accordion bands.
Producer JILL MARSHALL. BBC Bristol
This week's programmes will be repeated next week for the benefit of those on half-term holiday.
11.00 Contact A Day with a Christian Family by DAVID SELF. Stereo (e)
11 15 Publications Review Resources for teachers from BBC Enterprises. (e) 11 20 Let's Move!
5: Hallowe 'en by KATE HARRISON Stereo (R) (e)
11 40 The Music Box 5: Hatti Ma Tim Tim Written and presented by SANDRA KERR With HARRIET POWELL and DOUGIE MACLEAN. Stereo (e)
11.50 See for Yourself Splish, Splash by BARBARA METCALFE. Stereo (R) (e)
Hatti Ma Tim
A general musical knowledge quiz in three movements. Chairman Ned Sherrin First Round: Heat 3 Malcolm Youngs
(retired civil servant)
Albert Holmes (retired) Frank Banting (retired)
Programme devised by EDWARD COLE Questions set by IAN GILLIES and EDWARD COLE Producer RICHARD EDIS. Stereo
1.55 Listening Corner This week: Autumn All Around Presented by SHEELAGH GILBEY and FRED HARRIS Today's story: Sparrow Flies Away by ROBERT FISKER Script by ANGELA GARNER Producer mary kalemkerian Stereo (R)
2.05 Playtime Brown Bear and the Rainbow Presented by JOANNE zorian and BEN THOMAS. Stereo (e)
2.20 Science Scope Communications (1) by STEVE ROBIN With FRED HARRIS and JULIE RICHMOND (e)
2.40 Whirligig Unit 1: Animal Corner TERRY NUTKINS shows how to care for pets at school and at home. 5: Fish (R) (e)
Money, marriage and motherhood, politics, places and people - Jenny Cuffe invites you to share the hour that highlights women's interests and colours men's thinking. Serial:
A Marriage Survival Guide (4) Editor CLARE SELERIEGREY
As a curtain-raiser to the festival, a cabaret of unparalleled good taste. Music, mirth and mayhem recorded live before a star-spangled audience - whipped up to a frenzy by VICTOR AND BARRY With
MILES AND MILLNER. STEVE COOGAN
WARREN WILLS. CELIA WHITE
LEMN SISSAY , SIMON MUNNERY
STEVE ELM. JACEY STALES
HELEN RIMMER. JOANNA KIRTON
BENJAMIN ZEPHANIAH and IAN TARGETT with music by prisms Producer CLIVE BRILL
BBC Manchester. Stereo and at 9.10
Hurricane Dub by BENJAMIN ZEPHANIAH with Norman Beaton as Samuel and Angela Wynter as Maxine
A year ago this week millions of people were kept awake one night as winds tore across southern England. Samuel and Maxine hold each other tight and listen to the storm. Is it war, is it Armageddon?
'Breeze blowin' hard, Breeze blowin' hard
Tings start move in de back yard.
Dis is a hurricane inna England!'
Original music composed and performed by DENNIS BOVELL Technical presentation by ALICKHALEMUNRO and WILFREDO ACOSTA
Directed by JEREMY MORTIMER. Stereo
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How will director Frank Clarke follow up the success of his first film Letter to Brezhnev?
Paul Vaughan finds out in tonight's arts magazine which also reviews American author Joseph Heller 's new novel Picture This and turns the spotlight on the art critics. Producer CARROLL MOORE
Editor RICHARD BANNERMAN
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