God is our fortress and our rock (Ein' feste Burg) (HTC 523); James 3, vv 17. to 4, v 8a; Bring forth the fruits of the spirit;
He lives in us, the Christ of God (Rachel)
Director of Music
NOEL TREDtNNICK. Stereo
No Name by WILKIE COLLINS
The last of six episodes adapted by RAY Jenkins. With and Narrator Philip Sully. 6: December 1847
Noel Vanstone has died suddenly and excluded his new wife, Magdalen, from his will. Magdalen had deceived him of her true identity when she married him, to try and win back an inheritance she feels rightfully belongs to her and her sister.
Music by PETER BREWIS Played by MAURICE CAMBRTDGE
Directed by JANET WHITAKER
For centuries Europe has been the centre of the ivory trade. Now worldwide alarm about the fate of the African elephant has put Thorn Friedline , Britain's last ivory merchant, out of business. Gwyn Richards talks to him about his family's connection with ivory and to the conservationists who have fought to protect the elephant. Producer ANNE HINDS BBC Pebble Mill
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This week: The Rt Hon Denzil Davies , mp
Mary Holland , journalist Dafydd Elis Thomas , MP Baroness Trumpington,
Minister of State, Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food tackle the issues raised in Machynlleth, Powys.
Chair Jonathan Dimbleby. Producer ANNA CARRAGHER
The River Tweed winds its way into the North Sea through the historic towns and countryside of the Scottish Borders.
Jan Fairley joins a group of artists, musicians and performers as they take a journey in music, poetry and pictures from the river's source to the sea. Producer MIKE GREENWOOD
with Bill Wallis , David Tate and Sally Grace. Written by BARRY ATKINS. PETER BAYNHAM.
MARK BRISENDEN. SIMON BULLIVANT. MIKE COLEMAN. MICHAEL DINES, MAX HANDLEY ,
ROBERT LINFORD , BILL MATTHEWS. GED PARSONS, OLEH STEPANIUK. PETER HICKEY and others. Producer BILL DARE. Stereo
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