Christ is the King (Gelobt sei Gott, AMNS 345)
Reading: Ephesians 3, v 14 to 4, v 6
Chorale: There is one Lord (Taize)
Filled with the Spirit's power (Farley Castle, AMNS 359)
Director of Music
JONATHAN RENNERT Stereo
11.00 Time and Tune Spring-a-Ding-Ding (4) Presenters Derek Griffiths and Lucie Skeaping Stereo
11.20 Time to Move 4: More Circus Magic Presenter Nick Mercer Stereo (R)
11.40-12.00 Pictures in Your Mind (Stories) 4: The Ghost Child by EMMA TENNANT dramatised by MARGARET OLLERENSHAW Stereo
by JONATHAN MYERSON.
Directed by ADRIAN BEAN Producer CLIVE BRILL
Stephanie Calman meets three people in their 20s who've chosen to lead their lives in very different ways. 2: Rabbit farmer
Howard Lloyd believes there's more to rabbits than fur and meat. Producer JOHN WATKINS
Nine aspects of a decade with Harry Thompson. 6: Much Ado About.... Aunt Edna
The fleapits were full of stiff upper lips; the West End theatre was stuffed with limp wrists - but changes were afoot for stage and screen.
Researcher LUCY BARTLEY Producer AMANDA MARES BBC Manchester (R)
John Dankworth and Cleo Laine are one of jazz music's most enduring partnerships. They talk to Richard Baker about their wide range of musical interests and choose some of their favourite records.
Will the true story of Valentino, silent-film heart-throb, be revealed in a new play at
Birmingham? And why writers and alcohol are often companions.
With Christopher Bigsby. Producer ANTHONY DENSELOW Stereo
A reflected history in eight reels.
8: It's Not the Winning, It's the Taking Part
British cinema of the 80s. Compiled and researched by PAUL WELLS
Script and narration by CHRISTOPHER FRAYLJNG
Directed by JOHN POWELL Stereo (R)
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