from Cotham Parish Church, Bristol, with members of the Bristol
Highbury Singers led by The Rev Neville Boundy. Put peace into each others' hands (Kaan); Mark 1, vv 29-39; Steal away to Jesus; Wondrous love (arr J. Marsh ) Director of Music
DR JOHN BISHOP BBC Bristol. Stereo
1 1.00am Jesus A Contact Special
1: Jesus Through the Ages (RV) Written and produced by GEOFF MARSHALL-TAYLOR Stereo (R)
11.20am Let's Move!
1: What's the Weather Like Today? It's Cold! by KATE HARRISON Presenter Howard Ward Producer JULIE BECKETT. Stereo
11.40am The Music Box Written and presented by Sandra Kerr with David Moses. Stereo
11.50am-12.00 See for Yourself Get Moving by FRED HARRIS Producer SARA STRANGE . Stereo
Murder - feminist style. Eavesdrop on the annual convention of the American literary association, Sisters in Crime, where you'll meet Sara Paretsky. author of today's new serial, Indemnity Only, abridged in 12 episodes by JANET HICKSON and read by Liza Ross.
Presenter Jenni Murray.
2.05pm Playtime: Robot Power Presenters Jane Hardy and Ben Thomas Producer SARA STRANGE . Stereo (R)
2.20pm Active Science Teachers' Programme Presenter Fred Harris Producer SALLY BEESTON
2.40-3.00pm Whirligig Unit 1: Animal Corner - Dogs Presenter Terry Nutklns. Stereo
The Withering Woman written by DAVID ZANE MAIROWITZ. With
Marinette, an OAP, returns to her dead brother's farm in southern France to live in solitude with her animals. When she attempts to stop the local hunt, she is interned in a mental asylum where her will is systematically broken....
LIAM GRUNDY (guitar) Music composed by STEPHEN WARBECK
Directed by RICHARD WORTLEY Stereo
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