from St Martin 's Church, Salisbury, with the choir of Bishop Wordsworth 's School, led by Alison Bogle. Praise My Soul the King of Heaven (J Goss);
Sail (T Campion); Lift High the Cross
(S H Nicholson). Stereo
11.00 Enterprising Learning Making It Happen This week Keith Hindell presents a series looking at the function of the new Training and Enterprise Councils (TECs). Today: Introduction and How Do / Start?
11.40 The Saga of Erik the Viking (1) Written and read by Terry Jones (R)
To mark the centenary of the Wordsworth Trust, Simon Rae visits the Wordsworth Museum at
Grasmere in the Lake
District. With guests Dr Robert Woof and playwright Tony Harrison , who reads from the poetry of William Wordsworth. Producer Susan Roberts
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Please!, BBC Bristol, SS8 2LR
Chair Robert Robinson.
First round - Northern
Ireland and Wales.
(post office manager) Darryl Gray
Dr Michael Couchman
(retired college lecturer) Andrew Whitcombe
Including 'Beat the Brains' in which listeners put their own questions to the contestants. Producer Richard Edis
Jenni Murray. Serial:
Love Among the Single Classes
The first of 13 episodes read by Maureen O'Brien and Sean Barrett.
'I fell in love with him the moment I heard him on the telephone. He was Polish and his English was stilted, yet from the moment I heard him speak I was in a fever of anticipation.'
Written by Angela Lambert Abridged by Janet Hickson Music: Arnold's Clarinet Sonatina
Editor Clare Selene-Grey
2.00 Boy Roald Dahl reads from his autobiography. The Great Mouse Plot (R)
2.20 The Foundation Programme Package This week Kate Wilkinson presents a series about this joint initiative by B-TEC and City and Guilds. Today: The Plain Guide and Moving In
Making People Bawling babies, beaming couples, lost scoutmasters - they're all subjects for Graham Ibbeson , a sculptor who observes human beings with a wry humour and captures their characters in fibreglass.
Ian McMillan talks to him in his back-garden workshop in Barnsley and at Yorkshire
Humphrey Carpenter finds six more flourishing literary societies and looks at their members and activities.
What makes these enthusiasts take their love for an author one step further?
1: The Jerome K Jerome
In 1829 William Corder was hanged for the murder of Maria Marten.
This is the story of the events leading up to the much celebrated 'murder in the Red Barn' as seen through the eyes of Maria's sister Ann.
Written by Lisa Evans Songs Andrew Dodge
Director Cherry Cookson. Stereo
Natalie Wheen finds confusion in the boardrooms of the British film industry and clarity in the eye of designer Abram Games ; and investigates
Toscanini's musical legacy.
Producer Belinda Sample. Stereo
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