led by THE REV NORMAN
WINTER from Holy Trinity Church, Southport, with MERCHANT TAYLOR'S GIRLS
SCHOOL CHAMBER CHOIR. Thy kingdom come,
0 God; The Lord's my shepherd; Leviticus 23, w 39-44; Fear not, rejoice and be glad
Director of Music
DAVID WILLIAMS BBC Manchester
Chair: Ned Sherrin First Round: Heat 8 Roger Stein
(schoolteacher) George Hebda
(retired chiropodist) Danny Barnett
(retired civil servant). Questions set by IAN GILLIES and EDWARD COLE , who devised the programme
Producer RICHARD edis. Stereo
Writer Shirley Cooklin has been visiting offenders in prison for ten years. She talks to Jenni Murray.
Serial: The Italian Lesson by JANICE ELLIOTT abridged in eight episodes by JANET HICKSON.
Read by Helen Ryan. (6) (Music: Lilburn's String Trio) Series producer PAT MCLOUGHUN
Editor CLARE SELERIE-GREY
The Pillars of Society by HENRIK IBSEN , translated by MICHAEL MEYER. Withand
Karsten Bernick is a businessman embarked on an ambitious plan to win a fortune for himself and his community. For the scheme to work, Bernick must be trusted absolutely by investors and developers. On the brink of success, he receives a visit from a woman who knows that his house and happiness were founded on a scandalous lie. ..
JOHN GIBSON (drums) COLIN CRABB (clarinet) Directed by PHILIP MARTIN
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