led by The Rev Norman Winter who joins students preparing for the Roman Catholic priesthood at Ushaw
Sing, my tongue, the glorious battle; John 11, w 45-57 (JB); Centre of my life (Psalm 16); Your will be done.
Organist William Wilson BBC North
In the final challenge, Maurice Hayes and Paddy Fitzpatrick from Ireland v the resident team, Irene Thomas and Eric Kom.
With Gordon Clough and Louis Allen in the chair.
Researchers Audrey Robins and Bernice Coupe
Producer Paul Z Jackson BBC North. Stereo
Act Two: Giselle is dead, betrayed by Albrecht. Myrthe, Queen of the Wilis, climbs up on point at the beginning of the act to claim Giselle as one of her band of avenging spirits.
Hilarion and Albrecht are their victims, condemned to dance to death.
Time of Their Lives
An occasional series of biographical plays. Testimonies by Helena Osborne. With Julia Ford Steve Hodson.
Anne Lee from
Manchester was to become the leader of the 'Shaking Quakers' or Shakers. Her message was salvation through total celibacy, but where did this leave her husband Abraham?
Director Janet Whitaker
Brian Moore writes about personal crisis in his new novel; singer Robert Tear describes the twists and turns of his own life; and Paul Vaughan meets film-makers who believe in their message.
Producer John Goudie
The Weird Dimension
Something weird on your radio? Well, brush it off and tune in to tonight's show.
1984 Sony Award winner: Best Light Entertainment Programme. Starring
Christopher Barrie Nick Maloney and Nick Wilton. Script Rob Grant and Doug Naylor
Music Peter Brewis
Producer Alan Nixon Stereo (R;
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