Christ is the world's true light (Darmstadt, AMNS 346)
Reading: John 17, w 13-26; Prayer of Commitment (C. Walker); Eternal Ruler of the ceaseless round (Song 1, BBC HB 321)
Director of Music
LESLIE OLIVE. Stereo
11.00 Update Education Presenter Sarah McCrum
11.20 Playtime Stereo (R) (Details as Monday 2.05pm FM)
11.35-12.00 Music Workshop Pimlico Drudge and the Upside-Down Pyramid of ShalLabal-La-Ding-Dong(4) with Ian Humphris Stereo
2.05 Let's Join In The Seven Little Goats by THE BROTHERS GRIMM with music by Humperdinck Stereo
2.25 The Song Tree The Fantastic Fish Tank Fantasy (4) Presenters Hilary James and Simon Mayor with Pyewackett. Stereo
2.40-3.00 The Friday Story Eleanor , Elizabeth by UBBY GLEESON
That Hideous Strength by c. s. LEWIS dramatised in four parts by STEPHEN MALLATRATT. With Kathryn Hurlbutt as Jane Studdock and Andrew Wincott as Mark Studdock.
2: Jane's dreams become ever more revealing and vital.... to the plans of both sides ...
Music composed and performed by vie GAMMON Directed by NIGEL BRYANT BBC Pebble Mill. Stereo
C S Lewis:
The team includes David Hunt , mp,
Minister of State at the Department of the Environment;
Simon Jenkins , journalist; and Peter Mandelson , the Labour Party's Director of Campaigns and Communications. From Redcar, Cleveland. Chairman
Producer ANNA CARRAGHER
Test Tubes and Typewriters
Each week brings fresh scientific discoveries that permeate our lives. How has this affected art? And what role does the artist have in keeping abreast of such change?
Paul Allen examines how the enquiries of the scientist are reflected in the work of poet, playwright and artist Producer MIKE GREENWOOD
A satirical swipe at the week's news.
With Bill Wallis , David Tate , Sally Grace and John Baddeley
Written by BARRY ATKINS. PETER BAYNHAM . MARK BRISENDEN, SIMON BULUVANT.
MIKE COLEMAN. MICHAEL DINES, MAX HANDLEY.
ROBERT LINFORD , BILL MATTHEWS.
GED PARSONS. OLEH STEPANIUK, PETER mcKEY and others Producer SIONED WILIAM
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