God the Father's only son (All Red the River, BBC HB 303)
Reading: Mark 9, vv 17-27 Blessed are they that have not seen
(W Sterndale Bennett) Take up thy cross (Breslau, BBC HB 369)
The BBC Singers director Barry Rose
Six turning-points by David Wheeler.
With Daniel Massey. 4: Class Wars
Winston fights the General Strike with troops and his own newspaper, the British Gazette.
Director Louise Purslow
Sir Clive Wigram:
11.00 Singing Together 10: Requests Presenters John Asquith and Verity Ann Meldrum Stereo
11.20 Junior Drama Workshop Thomas the Rhymer 3: True Thomas by Stella Beaton and Eloner Crawford Narrator Bill Paterson. Stereo
11.40 Talk to Me Hello! Who Are You? Doddy Makes New Friends by Anita Hewett. Stereo (R)
11.50 Poetry Corner
10: Let's Hear It Again!
Presenter Jenni Murray.
The government wants to double the number of students going to university. But how are they going to do it? Sonia Beesley investigates in the first of three special reports. Serial: Count the Days (final episode).
2.05 WPFM 10: Work with Gavin Claxton. Stereo
2.35 SATIS Topics 14-16 Presenter John Gribbin Programme 10 Units: 903 What Are the Sounds of Music?; 907 Your Stars - Revelation or Reassurance? 1010 Can It Be Done - Should It Be Done? Stereo
by Peter Ling.
With Rosemary Leach, Edward de Souza.
The ghost of Byron haunts Beth and her brother Ronnie on holiday in Venice.
Literary magazines in this country have had a chequered career.
Miron Grindea has been publishing Adam for 50 years; Bill Burford has put Granta on to the international stage in the last ten years; and Auberon Waugh hands out poetry prizes in Literary Review.
ChristopherCook reports. Producer NickiPaxman. Stereo
Eight studies presented by Brian Redhead. 3: Utopians
Thomas More's Utopia, which appeared in 1516, was not the first blueprint for a perfect society. And it was certainly not the last.
Consultant Dr Janet Coleman Producer Christopher Stone o BRIAN REDHEAD 'S VOICE OVER page 77
Sutcliffe, Victorian photographer of Whitby, recorded the changing scene at the fishing village for nearly 50 years. The outstanding pictures he took never earned him a penny, but are now admired worldwide.
Kate Fenton traces
Sutcliffe's life and career. Producer Ivan Howlett BBC Leeds. (Rl
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