Introit: We see Jesus
(Rose); 0 Jesus, I have promised (BBC HB 360) Reading:
Matthew 8, w 5-13
Anthem: Jesu, grant me this, I pray
(Gibbons/Bairshaw) All for Jesus (BP 2) BBC SINGERS directed by BARRY ROSE. Stereo
11.00 Singing Together 5: Brick Making Presenters John Asquith and Verity Ann Meldrum Stereo
11.20 Junior Drama Workshop Sir Gawain and the Green Knight
1: The Challenge by Fiz Coleman Narrator Tat Whalley. Stereo
11.40 Talk to Me Bees Don't Sneeze Doofy Plays Games by Anita Hewett. Stereo (R)
11.50 Poetry Corner
5: Who Likes a Wet Day? (R)
A Winning Hand For over 50 years
Benno Moiseiwitsch was a favourite pianist with British audiences. In the week of the centenary of his birth, Roger Nichols tells the story of the boy from Odessa, with reminiscences from his family and friends and, from the BBC Sound
Archives, contributions from the pianist himself. Producer EDWARD BLAKEMAN Stereo
1: Ann Webb bought a spider because of her surname - now she's one of the country's experts. Fergus Keeling displays his gossamer touch. Producer JOHN HOLMES BBC Bristol
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The Princess of Wales,
Jerry Hall , Janet Street-Porter - being tall hasn't exactly held them back. But what about other women? Julie First discovers the ups and downs of height.
Presenter Jenni Murray. Serial: Love Forty (3)
by TONY WHITTAKER.
Angus is a middle-aged PE teacher who's finding it hard to keep up with his pupils or put up with his colleagues. His crisis is the annual football match between boys and staff.
Directed by TONY CLIFF BBC Manchester. Stereo
The Russian composer Alfred Schnittke is now regarded as the leading composer in his country. As a concert season opens in London and on Radio 3, Natalie Wheen talks to his colleagues, including Yuri Bashmet and Gidon Kremer.
Producer JOHN BOUNDY. Stereo
Over-60s talk frankly about sexual and romantic love.
3: 1 Got so Low I just Had to Have a Holiday - so I Booked Myself on this Singles Weekend. Reporter Sara Parker.
Producer SUKEY FIRTH. Stereo
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