Father, hear the prayer we offer (Sussex) (BBC HB 352); My God, I long for you (A. Wilson)
Reading: Ephesians 6, vv 10-18
Soldiers of Christ, arise (From Strength to
Strength) (BBC HB 355) Director of Music
ALAN WILSON. Stereo
The Good Food Debate To celebrate its tenth birthday, The Food
Programme invites you to a special debate, in which Derek Cooper and his audience challenge a distinguished panel to give their views on the big food issues of the decade. Producer VANESSA HARRISON
by H. G. WELLS dramatised in three parts by ANTONY KEAREY . With and 3: Resolution
Directed by GRAHAM GAULD
On the first day of the show the Waterlines crew, skippered by Cliff Michelmore , look at the latest boats and marine equipment. Also there's a contest to see who can construct a boat in under seven hours and a look at the latest watersport to hit British shores, Chinese dragon racing.
Producer CAROLINE ELUOT
Sir Russell Johnston , mp, Jean Lambert of the Green Party,
John Prescott , MP, and Angela Rumbold , mp, Minister of State at the Department of Education and Science, tackle the issues raised in Tower Hamlets, London. Chair Jonathan Dimbleby Producer ANNA CARRAGHER BBC Bristol
Kershaw in Cajun Country The first of two programmes in which
Andy Kershaw explores the distinctive sounds of Cajun and Zydeco music. Aliens a LaFayette with D. L. Menard ,
Eddie Lejeune and Marc and Anne Savoy.
Producer SIMON BROUGHTON Stereo
* See panel, right
With Bill Wallis
David Tate , Sally Grace and John Baddeley.
Written by BARRY ATKINS , MARK BRISENDEN.
SIMON BULLIVANT , MIKE COLEMAN ,
MAX HANDLEY. ROBERT LINFORD.
BILL MATTHEWS. GED
PARSONS. OLEH STEPANIUK. PETER HICKEY and others. Producer PAUL SPENCER Stereo
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