Seek Ye First God's
George Thalben-Ball ); Come Down, 0 Love Divine
(BBC HB 149); Luke 11, w 5-13; 0 Lord, Give
Thy Holy Spirit into Our Hearts (Tallis); Of All the Spirit's Gift to Me (BP 70). Director of Music Barry Rose. Stereo
by Jo Anderson.
An investigation into 'Peter the Painter', the mysterious figure who was said to be the brain behind a series of armed robberies that culminated in the Siege of Sidney Street in 1911. with Terry O'Sullivan and Leslie Cousins Director Alec Reid BBC Bristol
S G Hobson:
11.00 Singing Together 1: The Drover's Dream Presenters John Asquith and Verity Ann Meldrum. Producer Janet Wheeler. Stereo
11.20 Junior Drama Workshop Still Waters: 1: Tyre Tracks by John Goodwin. Narrator Nicola Stevenson. Producer John Tuckey. Stereo
11.40 Talk to Me Let's Pretend Doofy Plays at Make-Believe by Anita Hewett. Producer Paddy Bechely. Stereo (R)
11.50 Poetry Comer 1: Grasshoppers Producer Peter Fozzard (R)
Six programmes with June Knox-Mawer.
3: After Hours
As one of Churchill's personal secretaries during the war, Marian Walker Spicer saw him in his hours of relaxation when he would reminisce about the past.
Producer Cathy Drysdale
1: Advertising Presenter Jo Whiley. Producer Nick Ware. Stereo (R)
2.35 Key Stage 3 The National Curriculum forll-14s
1: Where Do You Start? Presenter Ruth Sutton. Producer Sarah McNeill
2.55 Word Box: New Words Written and presented by Robin Robbins. Producer Sally Beeston
by Catherine Czerkawska. Joanna writes to Raoul, imprisoned in Chile.
He never replies - but what will happen when he is released?
Director Marilyn Imrie Stereo
The second of two programmes.
We Need a Personality for a Toilet Cleaner
Why are The Sun and The Star downmarket and The Correspondent up? Martin Wainwright ventures into the world of professional naming. Producer Wendy Pilmer BBC North
In 1987 Colleen and Angus [text removed] adopted 2-year-old Kate.
It was no ordinary adoption, however, as the [text removed]s knew that
Kate was HIV positive and would probably develop AIDS.
With Helen Boaden.
Producer Anne-Marie Cole BBC Pebble Mill
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