from the Chapel of the Dominican Convent, Fortwilliam, Belfast. Conducted by Fr Peter Forde with the DOMINICAN COLLEGE CHOIR directed by KAREN MCKIBBEN. Majesty (Hayford) Benedictus (Byrd) Ecclesiasticus 42, w 15-26; A Blessing (Shaw).
BBC Northern Ireland
This week's programmes will be repeated next week for those on half-term holiday.
11.00 Jesus: A Contact special 5: The Kingdom (RV) by Arthur Scholey with Paul Coply as Jesus. Presenter Rosemary Hartill Stereo (R)
11.20 Let's Move! 5: Baking Day by Kate Harrison. Presenter Howard Ward. Stereo
11.40 The Music Box Written and presented by Sandra Kerr with David Moses. Stereo
11.50 See for Yourself Buildings and Bridges by Barbara Metcalf. Stereo (R)
Newcomers Colin Bell and Joyce McMillan take on residents
Eric Korn and Irene Thomas. With Gordon Clough and Louis Allen in the chair. Researchers AUDREY ROBINS and BERNICE COUPE
Producer PAUL z. JACKSON
2.05 Playtime: Building a House Presenters Sandra Kerr and Fraser Wilson. Stereo (R)
2.20 Active Science Made to Protect with Carol Vorderman and Fred Harris.
2.40 Whirligig Unit 1: Animal Corner Rabbits and Guinea Pigs with Terry Nutkins. Stereo
Plots by ROBERT FORREST. Withand
Why is Peter Halliday hounded by social workers and policemen?
Directed by PATRICK RAYNER
A Year in Hiding
This week marks the anniversary of the writer Salman Rushdie 's enforced withdrawal from public life.
Paul Allen discusses the implications of his exile. Editor RICHARD BANNERMAN
A six-part retrospective of the Master's works. Jo Kendall , Nigel Rees , Chris Emmett and Fred Harris star as the smash comedy from the 70s (and a bit of the 80s). Written by ANDREW MARSHALL and DAVID RENWICK
Producer DAVID HATCH Stereo (R)
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