with Shirley Scott from St Paul's Church, Birmingham.
With the Birmingham Conservatoire Choir.
To thee, 0 Lord; 0 nata lux; I heard the voice of Jesus. Director of Music David Saint BBC Pebble Mill
11.00 Jesus A Contact special
10: The Resurrection (RV) by Arthur Scholey with Paul Copley as Jesus Presenter Rosemary Hartill Stereo (R)
11.20 Let's Move! 10: Egg Day by Kate Harrison. Presenter Howard Ward Stereo
11.40 The Music Box (10) Written and presented by Sandra Kerr , with David Moses. Stereo
11.50 See for Yourself Is Soil Alive? by Martin Weedon Stereo (R)
Paul Barker and Margaret Lesser in another classic North v South confrontation against Irene Thomas and Eric Korn.
In the chair
Gordon Clough and Louis Allen. Researchers Audrey Robins and Bernice Coupe
Producer Paul Z Jackson BBC Manchester. Stereo
2.05 Playtime Machines Are Fun with Joanne Zorian and Lionel Morton. Stereo (R)
2.20 Operation Maths Calculated Tales 5: Going for Gold
6: Madonna's Millions by Alan Graham. Presenter Marshall Corwin Stereo
2.40 Whirligig Stories with Music The Sorcerer's Apprentice with Tony Robinson and the BBC Concert Orchestra Story Brian Scott-Hughes Music Paul Dukas. Stereo
Giselle Dancing Act One
An evening in June
1841. Giselle came out to dance with Albrecht for the first time. The consequences were a disaster for her, but a triumph for the 'ballet. Many have followed in her footsteps ...
Stereo (Act Two on Friday 9.15pm)
Emerald City by David Williamson.
With Ivar Kants Robyn Nevin. A successful scriptwriter and his less successful publisher wife move from
Melbourne to Sydney, the emerald city. He soon finds himself commercially exploited and in danger of debasing his talents and losing his integrity. He is also in danger of losing his wife....
Produced in co-operation with the Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Director John Tydeman. Stereo
Natalie Wheen explores the latest artistic tastes of Charles Saatchi ; author Christopher Hope reports on his recent visits to Moscow and South Africa; and the temperature of the book world is taken at the London Book Fair. Producer Belinda Sample
A Border Station
Written, abridged and read in six parts by Shane Connaughton. In the 1950s, a young
Irish boy grows up in a tiny village close to the border, cut off from the rest of the world by hills, lakes and politics. 1: Topping, as the British Officer Said at the Border
Producer Pam Brighton BBC Northern Ireland
The critics say:
'One of the not-bad funny shows.'
'A quite good comedy series.' The Listener With Christopher Barrie Nick Maloney Nick Wilton
Script Rob Grant and Doug Naylor
Producer Alan Nixon Stereo (R)
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