Introit: Ipharadisi Praise the Lord! ye heavens, adore Him
(Austria, BBC HB 16); Freedom is coming; Now is eternal life (Christchurch);
I Thessalonians 4, w 13-18.
Director of Music Nigel Styles. Stereo
by Greg Snow.
Director Adrian Bean Producer Clive Brill
11.00 Patterns of Language 3: First Steps Compiler Professor David Crystal (R)
11.15 4: Playing by the Rules Compiler Tony Penman (R)
11.30 Word Box Food
11.35 Furniture Written and presented by Robin Robbins. Stereo
11.40 English 11-14 The Black Rock (1) by Stuart Plumley
The Unpleasantness at the Bellona Club by Dorothy L Sayers adapted in six episodes by Chris Miller.
5: At Lady Dormer's.
Producer Simon Brett (R)
Mrs Munns/Mrs Mitcham:
An anthology of new writing.
This week: Endings Prose by Jan Dean. Poetry by John Pilkington ,
Hilda Cotterell , Tim Norfolk, Robert Hamberger , Anne Harvey and Sheila Simmons. Readers Ann Rye , Barbara Marten and Geoffrey Banks. Editor Liz Rigbey
Producer Alfred Bradley BBC North. Stereo
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