Introit: Let there be light; 0 come, 0 come, Emmanuel
(Veni Emmanuel , arr. A. Wilson )
Reading: Isaiah 52, w 7-15 Carol: Alleluya, a new work is come on hand (P. Wishart ); Hark the glad sound! The Saviour comes (Bristol) (AMNS 30)
Director of Music
ALAN WILSON. Stereo
11.00am Music Project: Instruments of the World 3: Blowing Instruments Around the Globe (R) and at 11.20
4: Making. Blowing and 'ldiophone' Instruments (R)
11.40am-12 noon History: Using the Evidence History Mysteries The Suffragette Derby 1913 by FRANCES MCNIEL
by JONATHAN MYERSON.
Directed by ADRIAN BEAN Producer CLIVE BRILL
* CEEFAX: synopsis page 144
Curious Exchange by STEPHEN MOLLETT. A villa in Rome for a semi in Streatham, but the mysteries of Rome are not as intriguing as the secrets of the owners.
Directed by SUE WILSON Stereo
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Singers are not always musical sophisticates, but working in a professional choir demands skills of the highest order, as choral conductors John Poole and Barry Rose explain.
Producer NIGEL WILKINSON Stereo
A round-robin series of six biographers in conversation.
5: Andrew Motion talks about his work on the Lambert family and Philip Larkin to fellow poet and biographer John Stallworthy. Producer ED THOMASON
Eight programmes by JAN ETHERINGTON and GAVIN PETRIE. Starring and With and 7: Love and Hisses
Producer SIONED WILIAM
The last of four programmes in which Dylan Winter meets people who offer their services and yet retain the upper hand over their customers.
The Cleaning Lady Why do people feel compelled to scrub their homes from top to bottom before the cleaning woman arrives? And what do these formidable women think of their employers and their homes?
Dylan steps into a world of guilt and polish. Producer BRIAN KING BBC Pebble Mill
for people with a visual handicap.
Presenter Ian Macrae Producer THENA HESHEL
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