Christ whose glory fills the skies (Ratisbon) (BBC HB 137); I Peter 1, vv 3-9; Jesus, these eyes have never seen (Nun danket all) (EH 421); Light of the minds that know him
(King's Lynn) (HTC 477) Director of Music
ALAN WILSON. Stereo
with Michael Rosen.
A brave outlaw who stole from the rich to give to the poor? Or a vagabond who poached the king's deer? Jill Burridge finds out if Robin Hood was a man or a myth, with the help of Richard Carpenter , Sarah Hayes and Tony Robinson.
Producer SALLY FELDMAN
The first Sherlock Holmes story by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle
Adapted in two episodes by Bert Coules
2: The Country of the Saints
'You may consider me a murderer; but I say I'm just as much an officer of justice as you are.'
Sir Arthur Conan
Dr John Watson:
The second in a series of short stories by WILKIE COLLINS. Adapted by MICHAEL BAKEWELL. Read by John Rowe.
'I have often read of the unprincipled cunning of criminal persons; but I have never heard of three thieves attempting to double on their pursuers by entering a church!' Producer ROSEMARY HART
This week: Neil Fletcher , leader of ILEA;
Michael Howard , QC, MP, Minister of State, Department of Environment;
Max Hutchinson ,
President of the Royal Institute of British Architect; and Elizabeth Symons , General Secretary, Association of First
Division Civil Servants; tackle the issues raised in Ashurst, Hampshire. Chair Jonathan Dimbleby. Producer ANNA CARRAGHER BBC Bristol
A career in music?
You Must Be Joking. Music is a talent that shows early, and many prospective musicians can start their life's work in childhood. Natalie Wheen charts the profits and losses of a musical education, and wonders where all those talents go. Producer NICKI PAXMAN Stereo
The grandfather of satire programmes.
With Bill Wallis , David Tate and Sally Grace. Written by BARRY ATKINS ,
PETER BAYNHAM. MARK BRISENDEN , SIMON BULUVANT. 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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Peter Baynham. Mark
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