Introit: Seek ye first the kingdom of God; Listen to my prayer; Matthew 6, vv 5-18; Father God in Heaven; What a friend we have in Jesus.
Singers SHANNA BEASLEY. CHRISTINA COOK. ROBERT
HORN, BRINDLEY SHERATT. Director of Music
NOEL TREDINNICK. Stereo
Check your gardening knowledge against two teams led by Irene Thomas and Norman Painting.
This week's guests are Vince Hill , Thora Hird , Elizabeth Jane Howard and Clay Jones. Questionmaster
Dr Stefan Buczacki Producer IAN STRACHAN BBC Manchester. Stereo
by CHARLES DICKENS adapted in seven episodes by NICK MCCARTY. Withand
2: Five Years Later
Charles Damay stands on trial at the Old Bailey, accused of treason. Jerry Cruncher does not believe he can be saved.
With JOHN WARNER ,
NICHOLAS COURTNEY ,
JOHN MOFFATT , IAN MICHE, MICHAEL GRAHAM COX, PETER CRAZE,
KEN CUMBERLIDGE , IAN TARGETT , RICHARD TATE , DOMINIC RICKHARDS, JO KENDALL.
Music by Wilfredo Acosta Directed by IAN COTTERELL Stereo
the Attorney General:
Peter Welsford was only one-year-old when his father died in 1926, and Peter grew up knowing little about his father. But then recently, he discovered a little blue book, hidden away in the British Library. Nigel Farrell hears how it changed Peter Welsford 's life.
Producer GWYN RICHARDS BBC Pebble Mill
Brian Mack reports from the Creole celebration of music, food and carnival at the small town of Bluefields on Nicaragua's Atlantic coast, a town which has been buffeted by hurricanes and civil war.
Producer JUUAN MAY. Stereo
with Bill Wallis
David Tate , Sally Grace and Jon Glover.
Written by BARRY ATKINS. MARK BRISENDEN.
SIMON BULLIVANT , MIKE COLEMAN.
MICHAEL DINES. MAX HANDLEY , ROBERT UNFORD.
BILL MATTHEWS. GED PARSONS. OLEH STEPANIUK. PETER HICKEY and others.
Producer PAUL SPENCER. Stereo
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