The advent of our King (Franconia) (AMNS 25); Matthew 25, vv 31-46; 0 people, listen - hear God's wisdom crying (Wharfdale); Lo, he comes with clouds descending (Helmsley) (AMNS 28).
Director of Music
LESLIE OLIVE. Stereo
by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle
Adapted in two episodes by Bert Coules
When criminals become unimaginative and crimes unchallenging, Sherlock Holmes seeks stimulation elsewhere....
Dr John Watson:
Liechtenstein is a tiny alpine principality wedged between Switzerland and Austria. Once the poorest and most backward nation in Europe, it has over the past decade figured in most of the world's major financial scandals and has transformed itself into one of Europe's richest nations.
Stephen Beard visits the principality and discovers that despite its sophisticated veneer, it is still a land of myth and superstition, a cross between Ruritania and Wall Street.
Written by STEPHEN BEARD Producer GAYNOR SHUTTE
John Banham ,
The Rt Hon
John Biffen , MP Chantal Cuer , writer and broadcaster and Jack Straw , mp tackle the issues raised in Tutbury, Staffs. Chairman
Producer ANNA CARRAGHER BBC Bristol
Osborne at 60
It must be a little odd to think that a fortnight's work back in 1956 has been paying your rent ever since.
John Osborne seems to cope with the concept.
Thirty-three years after Look Back in Anger shook the nation, its author is now living in the rural comfort of the south Shropshire hills and is facing up to his 60th birthday in December. But, as Paul Allen discovered when he went to visit him, John Osborne is just as sparky today. Producer
CHRIS ELDON LEE
Incisive, politically astute and a bit silly.
With Bill Wallis , David Tate and Sally Grace.
Written by BARRY atkins. 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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