from St German's Church, Cardiff, led by the Rev
Roy Jenkins , with Welsh Chamber Singers. Introit: Blessed Are the Poor in Spirit; Matthew 5, vv 1-10; Blest Are the Pure in Heart; The Lord
Is King, I Own His Power; Jesus Shall Reign. Stereo
Simon Rae introduces a special edition, featuring works by Irish poets, such as Thomas McDonagh , Louis MacNeice and Patrick Kavanagh , requested by listeners. Readers Ruth McCabe and Ian McElhinney. Guest Paul Durcan.
Producer Pam Brighton. Stereo 0 REQUESTS to: 'Poetry
Please!', BBC, Bristol 858 2LR
Has the Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament changed direction as a result of recent world events? Jenni Murray asks Margery Thomson , tipped to be its new chairperson.
Serial: Of Such
Small Differences (10) Editor Clare Selerie-Grey
R C Sherriff's classic story of life in the trenches in the First
Director Christopher Venning (R)
Kate Saunders meets actor Ian Richardson , shortly to star in the new BBCtv series House of Cards; Harriet Gilbert makes her pick of the week's new books; and authors discuss whether writing can be taught. Producer Belinda Sample
Different States A political thriller by Mike Walker.
Peter Hemming was in Indonesia on an aid programme. Or so his father thought. But why was his body found on the island of East Timor? And why won't the authorities fly him home?
With Paul Downing ,
Nigel Carrington , Stephen Garlick , Fraser Kerr ,
Ian Lindsay , John Moffatt and Kim Teoh.
Music Mia Soteriou Director Jeremy Mortimer Stereo
Jost Van Rijn:
Peter Hobday describes the scene in London's Guildhall before the new Lord Mayor, Alderman Michael Graham , proposes the toast to Her Majesty's Ministers. The Prime Minister, the Rt Hon Margaret Thatcher , MP, replies, giving what is recognised as a major speech on the country's position in international affairs. Producer David France
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