from Royal School,
Bath, with the school choir led by Ian Gall.
As with gladness men of old (C. Kocher); Mark 2, vv 18-22; Lift thine eyes
(Mendelssohn); 0 Jesus I have promised (G. Beaumont). Organist
Director of Music
HILARY BARNETT BBC Bristol. Stereo
I 1.00am Time and Tune Spring-a-Ding-Ding (1) Presenters Derek Griffiths and Lucie Skeaping Producer BARRY GIBSON. Stereo
11.20am Time to Move 1: Circus Fun by KATE HARRISON Presenter Nick Mercer Producer BRIAN SCOTT-HUGHES Stereo (R)
11.40am-12.00 Pictures in Your Mind (Stories) 1: The Wizard of Oz (Part 1) by FRANK L. BAUM adapted by ROY APPS with , and . Producer ALAN LAMBERT Stereo
Toto the Dog:
by SCOTT CHERRY.
Produced and directed by CLIVE BRILL
'I give unto my wife
[Anne Hathaway ] my second-best bed.... '
We spend a third of our lives in them yet, for most of us, beds are merely part of the furniture. Lynn ten Kate meets people who recognise the full potential of their beds.
This week: Antique Beds Producer MOHINI PATEL
with Harry Thompson. 3: The Wind of Heaven In the 50s scientific progress gave us radio astronomy, the teabag and the indestructible sock. But it was also a time of successive invasions: by flying saucers, fairies - and Dr Billy Graham ... Researcher
Producer AMANDA MARES BBC Manchester (R)
2.05pm History Lost and Found Victorian Children Producer ELIZABETH CLEAVER Stereo (R)
2.25-3.00pm Mainstream GCSE Presenters Simon Mayo and Susie Grant
6: Computer Studies Producer JULIAN COLEMAN Editor PETER WARD. Stereo
Wall Street Creche
With a decreasing work force, increasing numbers of women are being encouraged to return to work.
But are crèche places keeping pace? Neil Walker and David Clayton investigate. Producer NICK CLARKE BBC North East
A series of six plays by Bob Sinfield.
A sleepy Cornish village provides the fodder for a self-appointed one-man Moral Watch Committee, until a mysterious film crew arrives....
Producer David Tyler.
The way drug addicts are treated varies greatly from clinic to clinic. Some doctors are willing to prescribe drugs, while others refuse to do so. Geoff Watts finds out how the psychiatrists justify their differing approaches to solving the drug problem.
Producer DEBORAH COHEN
Jeanette Winterson 's controversial first novel is adapted for BBC2;
37 bronze sculptures by Joan Miro go on display in Birmingham; and how to write for the screen. Presented by Natalie Wheen.
Producer LESLEY MCALPINE Stereo
A reflected history in eight reels.
5: Ealing Can Make It! With the opinions and voices of Charles Barr , Philip Kemp ,
Michael Balcon , T. E. B. Clarke ,
Hugh Casson , Alexander Mackendrick and Alec Guinness.
Compiled and researched by PAUL WELLS
Script and narration by CHRISTOPHER FRAYLING
Directed by JOHN POWELL (R)
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