Ye know the Lord is gracious (Rustington) (NEH 477); Reading: Revelation 21, vv 1-7; Psalm 84 (Scottish melody, arr A. Wilson ); O Lord of hosts, all heaven possessing
(Neumark) (EH 458). Director of Music
ALAN WILSON. Stereo
1.00am Update Education John McGregor faces questions from teachers, a parent and a governor. Presenter Sarah McCrum
11.20am Playtime (Details as Monday 2.05pm FM)
11.35am-12noon Music Workshop Aladdin (10) Full performance, by EDWARD KELSEY and PETER HUTCHINGS
2.05pm Let's Join In The Hijacking of Father Christmas by JEAN KENWARD Music by TOBY SIMS (R)
2.25pm The Song Tree Huff and Puff (10) by BARRY GIBSON Presenters Hilary James and Simon Mayor. With Pyewackett (R)
2.40-3.00pm The Friday Story The Wind in the Willows by KENNETH GRAHAME. Adapted by COLIN SMITH. Read in ten episodes by Alan Bennett.
10: The Return of Ulysses
Part 3: The Plains of Cement
In which Bob gives Jenny an ultimatum and Ella has a confrontation with Mr Eccles.
Paul Boateng , MP
The Rt Rev Dr Tom Butler , the Bishop of Willesden
Pauline Perry, Director of the South Bank Polytechnic and John Patten , MP,
Minister of State at the Home Office, tackle the issues raised in Peckham, London. Chairman
Producer ANNA CARRAGHER BBC Bristol
Marcel Berlins takes a weekly look at events in the courts and what the lawyers are up to. He talks to judges, barristers, solicitors and members of the public who come into contact with the legal system both civil and criminal. Producer
Amis and Amis
A rare public appearance together from Britain's most famous and controversial writing family: Kingsley Amis and Martin Amis meet in the Kaleidoscope studio with Paul Vaughan to discuss their lives and their relationship. Producer
ANTHONY DENSELOW Stereo
The satire show that surrounds the news and clobbers it.
With Bill Wallis , David Tate and Sally Grace. Written by BARRY ATKINS. PETER BAYNHAM.
MARK BRISENDEN. SIMON BULLlVANT. MIKE COLEMAN , MICHAEL DINES. MAX HANDLEY.
ROBERT LINFORD. BILL MATTHEWS.
GEI) PARSONS. OLEH STEPAN/UK. PETER HICKEY and others. Producer BILL dare Stereo
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