The Rev Norman Winter joins students at the Bible School,
Capernwray Hall ,
Carnforth, Lancashire. Good news, good news; Isaiah 51, vv 1-6;
For unto us a child is born; Thou didst leave thy throne.
1 1.00am Music Project: Instruments of the World 1: Music around the Globe and at 11.20
2: Sounds and Materials: Making Blowing Instruments Presenters Andy Kershaw and Lucy Duran Written and produced by BARRY GIBSON (R)
11.40am-12noon History: Using the Evidence History Mysteries: Amelia Earhart by MIKE WALKER Producer ELIZABETH CLEAVER
Presenter Jenni Murray. From Pygmalion to Coppelia to Marilyn Monroe :
Kathleen Griffin asks why men have always been fascinated by the idea of women as dolls. Serial: Pride and Prejudice by JANE AUSTEN abridged in 18 episodes Read by Patricia Hodge (14). Serial producer PAT MCLOUGHLIN
Editor CLARE SELERIE GREY
2.00pm Slambash Wangs of a Compo Gormer. Part 1. by ROBERT LEESON (R) and at 2.20 Part 2
2.40-3.00pm Music GCSE Assignments Soundstyles Feedback programme. Producers BARRY GIBSON PETER HUTCHINGS and JANET WHEELER
Osborne at 60
Thirty-three years after Look Back in Anger shook the nation, its author John Osborne now lives in the rural comfort of the south Shropshire hills and is facing up to his 60th birthday in December. Paul Allen went to visit him.
Producer CHRIS ELDON LEE Stereo
A Better Life by GRAHAM REID.
David Dunn had hoped his move to a London teaching job would mean a better life.
But crisis follows crisis as his past returns to haunt him.
Directed by PETER KAVANAGH
David (ll)/Tim Masters:
Andy/Singer in pub:
Opera North push out Jerome Kern 's
Showboat; the thriller writer Elizabeth George demands Payment in Blood; and the Musicians of Swanne
Alley sing 16th-century street and theatre songs. With Christopher Page. Producer NOAH RICHLER
give you a Probe round the Back.
Nigel Pry leads the hunt for the fifth man, the Whitehall mole, the Moscow sleeper and the gentlemen's toilet. 'MI5 - friend, foe or motorway?'
Playing spycatchers are Morwenna Banks Angus Deayton
Michael Fenton-Stevens Geoffrey Perkins and Philip Pope.
Music by STEVE BROWN and PHILIP POPE
Producer DAVID TYLER Stereo (H)
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