0 kind Creator, bow thine eyes (BBC HB 346) Anthem: Miserere mei, Deus (W. Byrd) Reading:
Matthew 6, vv 16-21 Forty days and forty nights (Heinlein, BBC HB 341)
BBC SINGERS directed by BARRY ROSE Stereo
Batman: The Lazarus Syndrome by DIRK MAGGS and SIMON BULLIVANT. The Batman is dead. Police Commissioner Gordon makes a desperate journey through the background of Gotham City's famous vigilante to unmask his killer and to solve the mystery of the occupant of Wayne Manor. Starring and Featuring
Batman created by BOB KANE Based on characters and situations published by DC COMICS INC
Producer DIRK MAGGS
11.00 Singing Together 6: This Ole House Presenters John Asquith and Verity Ann Meldrum Stereo
11.20 Junior Drama Workshop Sir Gawain and the Green Knight
2: The Castle of Sir Bertilak by Fiz Coleman. Narrator Tat Whalley. Stereo
11.40 Talk to Me Oh No You Don't Doofy Knows Best! by Anita Hewett. Stereo (R)
11.50 Poetry Corner
6: Dragons and Dinosaurs (R)
2: Fergus Keeling steps into the ring with 'Frank Bruno ', a heavyweight pet tipping the scales at 30 hundredweight.
Your commentator is farmer Colin Newlove. Producer JOHN HOLMES BBC Bristol
by ROSALIND CORFE. With and Two old people, both alone in the world, found refuge as house guests in an inland hotel. Ten years later things are different.
The management are more interested in conferences than residents. As their personal finances dwindle, they are driven to seek refuge once again ...
Directed by ANDY JORDAN
The last programme. Over-60s talk frankly about their present-day experiences of sexual and romantic love. I Never Thought It
Possible I Could Fall in Love at the Age of 70 Reporter Sara Parker.
Producer SUKEY FIRTH. Stereo
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11.00pm tonight only
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Question: what did we do before bean bags were invented? Answer: we didn't spend hours picking up little white polystyrene balls.
Christopher Bigsby reminisces at the V and A, listens to Walton's choral masterpiece and relaxes at the Bus
Stop with Jerry Hall. Producer JOHN BOUNDY
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