from St German's Church, Cardiff.
Reading: Genesis 4 wl-11. We Turn to You, 0 God of Every Nation (intercessor); Let There Be Light (Concord); God of Freedom, God of Justice (Westminster Abbey). Director of Music Avril Harding
John M Hull , Professor of Religion at Birmingham University, went blind at the age of 40 in 1980. This is his personal account of the experience of blindness.
Piano: Stuart Hutchinson. Dramatised by Jane Coles Director Matthew Walters. IRpt)
Author David Stafford explores alcohol research, gets drunk under laboratory conditions and meets an egyptologist who makes the beer of the pharaohs. Producer Ian Peacock
Mandy Wheeler Sound Productions
The first new production of the season at the Royal Opera House, Wagner's Mastersingers is reviewed. Also reviewed: Ken Campbell 's play Jamais Vu. Presented by Robert Dawson Scott. Producer Beaty Rubens (Revised repeat at 9.15pm)
Gary Mitchell's new play provides some insights into the situation in Belfast as it follows the efforts of two idealistic young men to set up a community newspaper.
Director Pam Brighton
An Actor's Life for Me by Paul Mayhew-Archer . Starring John Gordon-Sinclair and Caroline Quentin.
1: A Stiff Audition. Actor Robert Wilson is desperately seeking work. When an audition comes up, he doesn't have to stick rigidly to the script -just be rigid. Producer Paul Spencer
First in a four-part comedy series starring and written by Graham Fellows and being broadcast over the next four nights. Part sitcom, part soap, the series eavesdrops on the comfortable semi-detached world of John Shuttleworth, an aspiring songwriter.
1: Cotton Buddies. From the comfort of his Sheffield semi, John plans a chart-topping hit, but there's a problem - the heads of his tape recorder need cleaning. Producer Paul Schlesinger
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