from St Peter 's Chaplaincy in Manchester, led by Canon Noel Vincent.
The singers are conducted by Mark Rowlinson.
Hills of the North Rejoice; Matthew 2, w 1-12; Susanni (R
Rodney Bennett ); Bethlehem, of Noblest Cities
Peter Tinniswood 's six-part serial. 2: Taking Tea with Roland Nancy invites Roland home to tea - into the lion's den - because she wants the family's approval. But Winston plans to sabotage the event.
Director Shaun Macloughlin Stereo
Jenni Murray talks to leading portrait photographer
Serial: The Turn of the Screw by Henry James. To the new governess, her small charges are incredibly beautiful. But are they haunted - and corrupted - by ghosts?
The fourth of eight parts read by Juliet Stevenson. Abridged by Elizabeth Bradbury Editor Clare Selerie-Grey (Music: Caplet's Conte fantastique)
A black comedy by Christopher Denys about a teenage stripper, a fairground automaton and a failed secret service man.
Director Tony Cliff. Stereo (R)
Natalie Wheen invites
24-year-old percussionist Richard Benjafield to bring his drums and flower pots into the studio; and reviews Ken Loach 's new film about
Northern Ireland, Hidden Agenda.
Judy Meewezen reports from the cultural grass roots in Rossendale.
Producer Richard Bannerman Stereo
Watching over Israel Nick Enright's powerful play about a banking executive in Sydney, whose difficult relationship with her own daughter leads her to befriend and look upon a young prostitute as a surrogate. with Alexander Broun , Melissa Docker , Tim Elston , Julie Godfrey ,
Maureen Green ,
Lorna Lesley , Sue Lyons , Stewart McCreery , Judy Morris , Patrick Phillips , Ken Radley , Patrick Ward and Lynden Wilkinson.
Choristers Nick Enright , Leonie Cambage , Heather Galbraith , Owen Nelson and Matthew Glasgow. Producers Richard Buckham and Jane Ulman. Stereo
Starring Richard Murdoch and Kenneth Home.
With Sam Costa , Maurice Denham , Maureen Riscoe , Alan Ladd ,
Richard Dimbleby and Helen Hill. Plus the Dance Orchestra, conducted by Stanley Black.
Producer Leslie Bridgmont
(First broadcast on the Light Programme in 1948)
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