from John Willmott
Comprehensive School, Sutton Coldfield, West Midlands.
With Shirley Scott. Light shining in the darkness; Isaiah 9, vv 2-7; The people who walked in darkness; How shall I fitly meet thee? MARTIN BATES (piano) Director of Music
JEFFREY SKIDMORE. BBC Pebble Mill
What do the rich and famous buy each other for Christmas?
Michael Winner and Jenny Seagrove reveal all.
Mr Campion and Others 1: The White Elephant by MARGERY ALLINGHAM abridged by MEG CLARKE. Read by JEREMY NICHOLAS.
'Mr Albert Campion was sitting by the window of his flat in Bottle Street when Supt Oates called upon him that evening.' (Music: Victor Ewald 's Quintet No 2)
Serial producer PAT MCLOUGHLIN
Editor CLARE SELERIE-GREY
Fairy Story by DON HAWORTH. 'Once upon a time, many years ago, in 1930, a young girl dwelt with her guardians at an old stone farmhouse high on the moors.' So begins this new version of Cinderella.
GILL MCKAY (harmonium) Directed by ALFRED BRADLEY BBC Manchester. Stereo
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Marjorie Lofthouse visits writer Julia Jones at home to discover the various festivals, traditions, old recipes and folklore within the month of December.
Producer SARAH ROWLANDS BBC Pebble Mill. Stereo
The turkey fights back at the Traverse Theatre in Edinburgh; three
Earth girls charm the fur off three aliens in Julien Temple's new film: and the British Museum shines with Celtic metalwork.
Presenter Paul Vaughan Producer ANTHONY DENSELOW Stereo
Your chance to help Radio Active spot the stars of the future and wreck any career they might have had. With Helen Atkinson Wood
Michael Fenton-Stevens Geoffrey Perkins and Philip Pope.
Written by GEOFFREY PERKINS and ANGUS DEAYTON
With additional material by MICHAEL FENTON STEVENS Music by PHIUP POPE and ANGUS DEAYTON and special guest KATE ROBBINS
Producer THE GREAT TYLER-0 Stereo (R)
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