led by Iris Mclntyre from the Chaplaincy Centre at Lancaster University with the choir and folk group.
Hymn: Father, Lord of all creation; Anthem: If ye love me (Tallis); John 2, w 1-11; Lord make me a means of your peace. BBC Manchester. Stereo
11.00 Jesus: A Contact special. 2: The World Jesus Knew (RV) by GEOFF MARSHALL-TAYLOR .
11.20 Let's Move!
2: What's the Weather Like Today? It's Raining! by KATE HARRISON with Howard Ward. Stereo
11.40 The Music Box (2) Written and presented by Sandra Kerr with David Moses. Stereo
11.50-12.00 See for Yourself On Your Bike by FRED HARRIS. Stereo (R)
Live from the BBC Concert Hall, Jenni Murray invites you Back to the Future.
With women who have successfully returned to work - singer
Barbara Dickson , and Liz Bargh , Head of the Pepperell Unit of the Industrial Society. Including fashion advice from Angela Kennedy.
Serial: Indemnity Only by SARAH PARETSKY abridged in 12 episodes by JANET HICKSON.
Read by Liza Ross (6).
2.05 Playtime The World of Machines Presenters Jane Hardy and Ben Thomas. Stereo (R)
2.20 Active Science Building Up with Carol Vorderman and Fred Harris. Stereo
2.40-3.00 Whirligig Unit 1: Animal Corner - Cats with Terry Nations. Stereo
Fireflies by KARIM ALRAWLI. With and 'Uranium is the Third World's revenge.
British companies mine it in Africa. They're paying us back for what we've done.'
Directed by JANET WHITAKER Stereo
Michael Douglas is an American tough guy let loose in Osaka in Ridley Scott 's Black Rain; and Ian McKellen re-creates Max in Bent his role by Martin Sherman. With Natalie Wheen. Producer JOHN BOUNDY
The Remains of the Day Last year's prize-winning novel by KAZUO ISHIGURO abridged in ten parts by CATHERINE CZERKAWSKA. Read by John Moffatt. Prologue -
A butler looks back on a lifetime of service in one of the great stately homes of England and, at the end of his career, belatedly puts his life into perspective.
Producer MARILYN IMRIE
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