Led by The Rev Norman Winter from Studio 7, New Broadcasting House, Manchester with the BBC Northern Singers.
Introit: For we have seen his star in the east (Rowlinson)
Hymn: As with gladness (AMR 79)
Reading: Isaiah 49, w 1, 3, and 6
Canticle: Nunc Dimittis
Hymn: The people that in darkness sat (AMR 80).
Director of Music Mark Rowlinson.
BBC Manchester. Stereo
Director of Music:
By John Mansfield dramatised in four parts by Ray Herman.
1: In 1812, in his new home, an orphaned boy finds friendship, and is enmeshed in what seems like ... murder.
Title music written and performed by David Fleming-Williams
Directed by Caroline Smith
BBC Manchester. Stereo
Cliff Michelmore and the Waterlines crew are at Earls Court aboard the newest boats, discovering the latest developments in nautical equipment and giving hints about what to look for when buying a boat.
Producer Caroline Elliott
The team includes Ann Clwyd, MP, Shadow Spokesman on Development and Co-operation; Martin Jacques, Editor of Marxism Today and Norman Stone, Professor of Modern History at Worcester College, Oxford.
They tackle the issues raised in Marcham, Oxfordshire.
Chairman James Naughtie.
Producer Anna Carragher
Blues from a Motel Room: Loudon Wainright lll
In 1968, Loudon Wainright III started writing the songs of an angst-ridden 22-year-old. Now, a dozen LPs and hundreds of songs later, he's still at it - though now they're the songs of an angst-ridden 43-year-old.
He talks to Mark Steyn about these documents of sex, despair and life on the road, undercut by gallows humour. He sings some, too. Producer Julian May Stereo
A satirical swipe at the week's news with Bill Wallis, David Tate and Sally Grace
Written by Barry Atkins, Peter Baynham, Mark Brissenden, Simon Bullivant, Mike Coleman, Michael Dines, Max Handley, Robert Linford, Bill Matthews, Ged Parsons, Oleh Stepanuik, Peter Hickey and others.
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