Praise to the Holiest in the height (Gerontius) (BBC HB 88); 2 Corinthians 5, vl7 to 6, v2; Sing to our Father;
Forth in the peace of Christ (Duke St) (AMNS 458). Director of Music
LESLIE OLIVE. Stereo
The last of six programmes with Ferdi Dennis. People of African ancestry describe their experience of today's Britain.
The Search for Leadership Disadvantage may be common to many black communities - but it has not united them nationally. Why not? With Bernie Grant , MP;
Bill Morris , Deputy Secretary of the TGWU; Marc Wadsworth , Labour
Party; The Rev Christian Weaver ; Prof Stuart Hall. Producers LOUISE PURSLOW and KATHY WATSON. Stereo (R)
Jenni Murray invites you to 'The Great Woman's
Hour Switch-On' live from the Grand Theatre, Blackpool!
Paddle on the beach, be dazzled by the illuminations, meet some indomitable landladies and enjoy the company of singer Marti Webb.
by H. G. WELLS dramatised in three parts by ANTONY KEAREY. With
'The History of Mr Polly was published in 1910 and the social phase of that time is past. Alfred Polly still lives and is understood because he is primarily a personality that will exist everywhere and in any social phase.'
Other parts played by SHIRLEY COOKLIN , BRENDA KAYE and EVE KARPF.
Directed by GRAHAM GAULD Stereo (R)
Mexico - A Place of Three Cultures
Aztec pyramids, 17th-century Spanish churches and modern architecture abound in the Mexican landscape. Natalie Wheen talks to the Mexican artists who confront their mixed cultural heritage, including the influences from the United States to the north and Latin
America to the south. Producer JOHN BOUNDY Stereo
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The second of two programmes featuring extracts from some of the best music and comedy shows on the Edinburgh Fringe, introduced by the performers themselves. Produced and researched by SIONED WILIAM. BILL DARE and ARMANDO IANNUCCI. Stereo
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