You Know the Grace of Our Lord Jesus
(Thalben-Ball); Father All-Loving, Thou Rulest in Majesty (Was Lebet); Luke 16, vv 19-31; 0
Lamb of God (H Darke); All Things Bright and Beautiful (BBC HB 3) Stereo
Wilko's Weekly reporter Tony Wilkinson bobs up again on Queensland's Sugar Coast. The local paper has stories of white elephants, mauve marshmallows, racing toads and randy roos.
Can you really believe all you read in the Isis Town and Country?
Producer Julian Hale. Stereo
Brian Sibley reviews the new film releases, including the British sci-fi film Hardware and the American box-office hit Ghost; and taps his feet to the negro spiritual rhythms of Alvin Ailey 's dance classic Revelations. Producer Tessa Watt
Three programmes in which Martin Roberts follows the fortunes of some intrepid 'first-timers'.
2: Following three house officers through their first day - and night - at Manchester's
Withington Hospital. Producer Caroline Adams
0 HEALTH: page 90
The villagers of Ayot
St Lawrence share their memories of having lived alongside the frequently irascible George Bernard Shaw for over 40 years. Reporter Andrew Green. Producer Mary Sharp (First broadcast on BBC Radio Bedfordshire)
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