with Peter Hobday and Sue MacGregor
6.45 Business News
7.25, 8.25 Sports News
7.45 Thought for the Day Plus: for the fourth year Today, along with the YMCA and the NatWest Bank, is looking for the Best of British Youth.
.NOMINATIONS: 'Today BBC, London W1A 1AA
led by The Rev Norman Winter, with the choir of ST HILDA 'S CHURCH OF ENGLAND HIGH SCHOOL, Liverpool, directed by ANDREW SHARPLES.
Christian, unflinching stand (Monks Gate); Matthew 4, vv 1-11; Anthem: 0 Lord increase our faith (Loosemore); Be thou my vision (Slane).
Organist ANDREW SMALL. BBC Manchester
11.00 Jesus: A Contact special 7: The Arrest (RV) by Arthur Scholey with Paul Copley as Jesus. Presenter Rosemary Hartill Stereo (R)
11.20 Let's Move!
7: Dancing Billy Goats by Kate Harrison. Presenter Howard Ward Stereo
11.40 The Music Box (7) Written and presented by Sandra Kerr with David Moses. Stereo
11.50 See for Yourself Signs and Signals by Robin Robbins. Stereo (R)
The second leg starts today with Bill Russell and Jack Jones from Wales and the West, versus the resident team of Irene Thomas and Eric Kom. In the chair
Gordon Clough and Louis Allen.
Researchers AUDREY ROBINS and BERNICE COUPE
Producer PAUL z. JACKSON BBC Manchester. Stereo
2.05 Playtime: Wheels Presenters Shireen Shah and Nigel Makin. Stereo (R)
2.20 Operation Maths Assessment in Class An Inset programme for teachers. Presenter John Turton. Stereo
2.40 Whirligig Stories with Music: Carnival of the Animals With Judi Dench and the BBC Concert Orchestra led by Martin Loveday and conducted by Barry Wordsworth. Words Michael Cole Music Saint-Saens. Stereo
Poor Things by JANE COLES.
With and 'I'd wear a veil if you wanted. I'd wear black.'
Director MATTHEW WALTERS Stereo
One city-dweller speaks his mind in a new book on metropolitan living, while a group of artists use the city as background for their elaborate installations. With Natalie Wheen. Producer JOHN GOUDIE
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