I Heard the Voice of Jesus Say (Kingsfold, BBC HE 143); John 14, vv 23-29; Thou Dost Keep Him in Perfect Peace (Stoodley); Forth in the Peace of Christ We Go (Duke
Street). Director of Music Timothy Dean.
Nigel Fountain on key moments in popular culture. 5: Moving the Goalposts In 1961 a decision was made which changed the nature of British football: the maximum wage was abolished. It may have been a magic moment for the players - but was it for the game? Producer Wendy Pilmer. Stereo
Should parents be held responsible for the offences committed by their children? How do you instil a sense of responsibility in the younger generation? Is school or home the place to learn morality?
Jenni Murray invites you to put your views in a special phone-in programme by ringing [number removed].
(Lines open from 9.00am) Serial: Love in the Modem Sense (9)
In the first of two programmes from Indo-China, Far East correspondent Philip Short reports from Cambodia on the biggest ever UN operation to try to restore a semblance of democracy to a country riven by decades of civil war. Producer Carole Lacey
As there's a blether of new books about powerful people, Nigel Forde considers the art of political biography. Also, the art and politics of Pablo Casals in a new biography by Robert Baldock.
Producer Julian May. Stereo
At Hiruharama by Penelope Fitzgerald.
Resourceful Tanner plans carefully for his wife's pregnancy and the birth of their first child on their remote New Zealand homestead.
Read by Susan Cumow. Producer David Hunter
A significant week for Elizabeth.
Written by Mary Cutler
Director Joanna Toye. Stereo •Archers Addicts Fan Club: sae to [address removed]
Jonathan Dimbleby and guests Patrick Minford , Professor of Applied Economics, Liverpool
University; John Pilger , journalist;
Dr Ann Robinson , Head of Policy Unit, Institute of Directors; and Rt Rev
David Sheppard , Bishop of Liverpool, tackle the issues raised in Liverpool. Producer Nick Utechin
Herr Bambinger by Mordecai Richler.
"Taking in a refugee, a single man," my mother argued, "would help fight human suffering. It might also mean a husband for cousin Bessie, poor thing." Read by William Roberts. Producer Duncan Minshull
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