from St George's Church, Belfast.
The Rev Dr Robert Tosh with Bangor Grammar School Gryphon Consort. It were my soul's desire
(Wood); Psalm 96 (Harty);Mark8, w 31-38: A Gaelic Blessing (Rutter) Director ofMusic lan Hunter
BBC Northern Ireland. Stereo
11.00 Jesus: 9: The Crucifixion (RV) by Arthur Scholey Presenter Rosemary Hartill Stereo (R)
11.20 Let's Move!: 9: A Bto Bad 7'roÂ« by Kate Harrison Presenter Howard Ward Stereo
11.40 The Music Box: (9) Written and presented by Sandra Kerr. with David Moses. Stereo
11.50 See for Yourself: Creep, Scuttle and Crawl by Martin Weedon. Stereo (R)
2.05 Playtime /n the Garden. Stereo (R) repeated Fr) 11.20am FM.)
2.20 Operation Maths Ca<CM<a<ed Ta/e.s 3: Baby Talk
4: Search for Stiver by Aian Graham. Presenter Marshall Corwin. Stereo
2.40 Whirligig Stories with Music Babar the Elephant based on Jean De Brunhoffs story. With Denis Quiiley and the BBC Concert Orchestra. Music Poulenc. Stereo
2.00pm f.Won<y Woman's Hour Jenni Murray meets actress and comedienne Julie Walters. Serial: Count the Days by Lin Summerfield abridged in 11 parts by Elizabeth Bradbury. Reader Brenda Kaye (part 5). Serial producer PatMcLoughIin Editor Clare Seterie 'Grey
by Michael Frayn adapted by Dickon Reed.
With Penelope Wilton, Rosalind Ayres, Martin Jarvis.
Newspaper librarian Lucy is easy-going and chaotic. Her new assistant Leslie has a passion for 'getting things straight' - and not just in the library.
A Radio 4/World Service co-production. Stereo (R)
The Wedding ofjackie by John Hall.
Will she or won't she?
And should she? Jackie Venn is promised to Dickon Radd, the talented musician, but loves a celibate priest. Narrator Chris Harris
Director Alee Reid BBC Bristol. Stereo
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