0 love, how deep, how broad, how high!
(Eisenach, BBC HB 73) Matthew 17, vv 14-21
Anthem: Almighty God , the fountain of all wisdom (E. Farrar )
0 Lord, we long to see your face (Surrey) Director of Music
JAMES WHITBOURN Stereo
11.00 Time and Tune Springa-Ding-Ding (7) Presenters Derek Griffiths and Lucie Skeaping. Stereo
11.20 Time to Move
7: The Wizard of Oz (1) Into the Land of Oz. Script by Kate Harrison. Stereo (R)
11.40 Pictures in Your Mind (Stories)
7: Shine (2) by Jill Paton Walsh adapted by John ChaUen with John Woodvine as Father. Stereo
Written by SCOTT CHERRY.
Directed by ADRIAN BEAN Producer CLIVE BRILL
Heavy Weather by P. G. WODEHOUSE adapted in four episodes by RICHARD USBORNE.
With and Galahad Threepwood
1: The Wrath of Lord Tilbury
Narrator Moray Watson
Producer MARTIN FISHER Stereo (R)
Presenter Jenni Murray. Corinne Julius looks at the comical charm of bananas. Plus the first of two stories by EDITH WHARTON abridged by DELIA PATON , read by Lyndon Brook : After
Holbein (in two parts).
(Music: Hahn's Portrait). Serial producer PAT MCLOUGHLIN
2.05 History Lost and Found Life in the Past Burrum and the Blind Ghosts by Kath and Vivian Walker. Traditional Aboriginal life. Stereo (R)
2.25 Mainstream GCSE with Simon Mayo , Susie Grant 9: Geography. Stereo (Rptdnext Tues2.2SpmFM)
And the Band Played On 2: Wipeout by SUSAN BOYD. With
'Me and Myra'd been at the youth club - stupid dump - ping-pong tables and twist contests....' Mrs Reilly ANNSCOTT-JONES
Directed by STEWART CONN BBC Scotland. Stereo
by JOHN LE CARRE adapted in seven parts by RENE BASILICO.
Starring with , and 4: Smiley's probings into Vladimir's murder uncover a link between past and present....
Theme music by MAX HARRIS
Producer JOHN FAWCETT WILSON Stereo
Six talks for Lent in which people who would not describe themselves as Christians reflect on their lives in the context of the Easter story.
1: Turning Towards the Cross. With Dr Pauline Cutting on her decision to work in troublespots like Beirut. BBC Wales
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