Introit: Ye Are the Temple of God
(Thalben-Ball); Jesus, Lord, We Look to Thee (BBC HB 374); Luke 14, w 1-11; Psalm 113;
Immortal, Invisible, God Only Wise (BBC HB 10) Director of Music
Barry Rose. Stereo
11.00 Singing Together
2: Alexander's Ragtime Band Presenters John Asquith and Verity Ann Meldrum. Stereo
11.20 Junior Drama Workshop Still Waters
2: Conveyor Belt Blank by John Goodwin. Narrator Nicola Stevenson Stereo
11.40 Talk to Me Never Mind, Doofy by Anita Hewett. Stereo (R)
11.50 Poetry Corner 2: Clothes (R)
An insight into the secrets of the jury room. Are jurors swayed by ignorance, boredom, prejudice and fear or do common sense and justice prevail? John Mortimer introduces the personal testimonies of 'twelve good men and true.' Producer Brian King BBC Pebble Mill
2: Belief with Jo Whiley Stereo (R)
2.35 Key Stage 3 The NationalCurriculum forll-14s
2: How Do You Proceed? Presenter Ruth Sutton.
2.55 The Word Box Measurements Written and presented by Robin Robbins.
by Ken Whitmore. 'You call yourself
Freedom Fighters. But you use little children to do your dirty work.
My brother is 13. He's running up and down Budapest smuggling arms under the noses of the Russians while you skulk away in an upstairs room.'
Director Alfred Bradley BBC North. Stereo
John Waite returns with a new series in which he and his team of investigators peer under official carpets, behind company smoke-screens and through bureaucratic red tape on the trail of your complaints. The programme sets out to pursue individual allegations of injustice, sharp practice and the abuse of authority.
Producer Graham Ellis Editor Chris Longley
0 WRITE to: Face the Facts BBC Broadcasting House,
London W1A 1AA, if you have a case which you believe deserves investigation
A major examination of the meaning of democracy, and how it affects both rulers and ruled. Professor
Anthony King and a distinguished panel of international politicians lead the discussion with an invited audience from all round the world in the Grand Committee Room at the Palace of Westminster.
Producers Anne Sloman ,
Sheila Cook and Gareth Butler
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