Direct from the Manvers Street Baptist Church, Bath. Led by the Rev
I Stephen Lynas. With the Jane Lilley Singers.
0 Breath Of Life
(Hammond); Isaiah 11, w 1-9; 0 Let The Son Of God
(Wimber); Power To Be Witnesses (Jones); The Spirit Came (Seddon). Director of Music
Jane Gibb. Accompanist Colin Hunt.
with Jenni Murray.
(Revised repeat at 7.20pm LW) Serial: Family Money by Nina Bawden.
Abridged in 12 episodes by Elizabeth Bradbury. Read by Brenda Bruce.
1: Widow Fanny Pye is the witness to the fatal brawl in which she is knocked unconscious. Afterwards she remembers nothing. But does the killer know that?
Music: Hoiby's Piano Concerto. Editors Sally Feidman and Clare Selerie
Chaired by Robert Robinson.
First Round - Midlands and East Anglia.
Dr Stephen Cribb (consultant geologist); Jane Corwin (housewife); Christopher Hamer (business development manager);
Eric Whelan (purchasing manager)
Including Beat the Brains: listeners put their own questions to the contestants. Producer Richard Edis. Stereo
A thriller by Eric Pringle set against the exciting test of endurance known as the Bob Graham Round of the Fells. Jeffrey Cotterell retraces his late brother's attempt on the 42 mountains of the Lake
District Edward Cotterell died. Was it an accident or something more sinister?
Producer Kay Patrick. Stereo
Jeffrey as child:
Edward as child:
Unreasonable Behaviour Faced with a political and sexual scandal, an ambitious local councillor finds his marriage and career on the brink of collapse.
A new play by Christopher Reason.
Director Marilyn Imrie. Stereo 1
Picnic at Hanging Rock by Joan Lindsay.
Abridged in ten parts by Roger Pine , read by Lisa Harrow.
1: Everyone agreed that St Valentine's Day 1900 was the perfect day for the young ladies of Appleyard College to go on a picnic. Music by Roger Limb.
Radiophonic Workshop. Producer Tim Gebbels
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