from the Bishop's Chapel,
The Palace, Wells, Somerset. Presented by THE REV STEPHEN LYNAS with the choir OF
WELLS CATHEDRAL JUNIOR SCHOOL Hymns: Think of a world;
0 the love of my Lord; Dear Lord and father of mankind Reading: Mark 3, w 20-24
Musical Director NIGEL HAYWARD Organist CHRISTOPHER BRAYNE BBCBristol. Stereo
11.00 Contact Extra You Said It! With CHRISTOPHER LILLICRAP 4: Sushma's Letters by MICHAEL BUTT Stereo (e)
11.15 Don't Miss.... what's coming on School Radio
11.20 Let's Move!
4: The Land of Dreams by KATE HARRISON Stereo (R) (e)
11.40 The Music Box Written and presented by SANDRA KERR (4) Stereo (R) (e)
11.50 See for Yourself Home, Sweet Home by BARBARA METCALF. Stereo (e)
"I am a Teri, not quite a Guiterbluid, and as a boy all I ever wanted to do was to pull on the green jersey of Hawick Rugby Club," explains Bill McLaren, BBC Television's rugby commentator, as he guides listeners around Hawick, the Scottish Borders town where he was born and bred.
Gordon Clough and Louis Allen preside over a further programme of cerebral callisthenics.
Irene Thomas and Eric Kom challenge John Julius Norwich and Peter Oppenheimer. Researcher BERNICE COUPE Producer ALASTAIR WILSON BBC Manchester
1.55 Listening Comer The Wheels Go Round Presented by HEDU NIKLAUS and BILL TORRANCE. Today's story: The Little Car Is Looked After by LEILA BERG. Script by GUY HUTCHINS Producer MARY KALEMKERIAN Stereo (R)
2.05 Playtime. My House Presented by FRASER WILSON and SANDRA KERR. Stereo (R) (e) (Repeatedon Friday at 11. 00am FM)
2.20 Science Scope Are You Living Comfortably? With FRED HARRIS and JUUE RICHMOND (e)
2.40 Whirligig Unit 2: Nuts and Bolts HAZEL O'CONNOR in Beryl and the Brainstormers Beryl needs a lift. Stereo (R) (e)
2.50 Let's Make a Story The Clown who Lost His Smile by LIZ PINDAR Storyteller PETER CUTTS Stereo (R) (e)
by BRIAN THOMPSON.
Claude Jenks 's chance encounter with the famed mathematician in the cartoon cinema at Waterloo sheds new light on his character.... Reader MALCOLM HEBDEN Producer ALASTAIR WILSON BBC Manchester
Leonardo Inventor , philosopher, artist, scientist - Leonardo da Vinci was the true universal Man of the Renaissance.
As a new exhibition of his work opens at the Hayward Gallery, London, Richard Cork analyses the enduring fascination of this remarkable man.
Presented by Valerie Singleton and Gordon Clough
5.00,5.30 News Summary
5.25 PM Letters; 5.31 City News Editor ROGER MOSEY continued on FM 5.50-5.55
0 LETTERS: PM, BBC, London WIA 1AA
0 NOMINATIONS for The Times/PM Environment Award to: PO Box 486, 1 Pennington Street, London El 9XN. Closing date 3 February.
by CHARLOTTE KEATLEY.
This funny and moving play examines the complex mother-daughter relationship and how it has been forced to change in the 20th century.
Writer Charlotte Keatley is the winner of the George DeVine Award for new writing.
KATRINA MANSOOR. FRANCESCA EVANS
LEYLA NEJAD. EMMA LONGBOTTOM
... a warm, poignant elegy about growing up, growing old, and growing or not growing wise.
THE SUNDAY TIMES
Directed by SUSAN HOGG BBC Manchester. Stereo
Telling a story from the rabbit s-eye view won Richard Adams fame with Watership Down. Now he's a horse in the American Civil War. Michael Berkeley discusses his new book Traveller, the wobbly state of the pop single; and visits
Glasgow for a new production of Das Rheingold.
Producer JOHN GOUDIE. Stereo
Odd Man Out by F.L. GREEN abridged and read in 15 episodes by DENYS HAWTHORNE
1: In the winter of 1944 a terrorist leader is shot and mortally wounded in a raid in Belfast.
He tries to escape, and in the final hours of the manhunt Johnny faces the reality of his death.
Producer JEREMY HOWE BBC Northern Ireland
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