All hail the power of Jesus' name (Diadem). Acts 3, w 1-10. There is power in the name of Jesus (Noel Richards ). 0 for a thousand tongues to sing (Arden) BBC HB 278.
Director of Music Christopher Stokes.
Five programmes in which Phil Smith goes in search of people and places clinging to their individuality in the face of grey, creeping standardisation. 1: Natirc in Norfolk. On the trail of the spirit of Boadicea in the northern villages. Producer Gillian Hush
by Maurice Bessman. Fourth of a six-part drama series created by Phil Redmond. Doctor Holmes's past comes underdose scrutiny and accusations start to fly.
Music by Steve Wright. Director Patrick Tucker A Mersey Television Company production
Dr Sam Benson:
Dr Malcolm Holmes:
Lorry driver/ Rep:
Three professional writers offer anecdotes from their store of memories.
6: Family folklore from Denis Richards. beginning with his parents' romance and ending with his boyhood visits to the local football grounds.
Producer Louise Greenberg
Brian Sibley dons a beret to find out why the BBC is going French. Plus reviews of this week's film releases including Blown Away - Hollywood's idea of an IRA bomber in America.
Producer Nicki Paxman (Revised repeat at 9.30pm)
Q: How might the Lady of Spain lead you up the garden path to
Prince Charles and Weary Willie?
A: In this quiz where the questionmasters are Tony Quinton and Gordon Clough. The series opens with the Irish team of Paddy Fitzpatrick and Owen Dudley Edwards challenging the London team of Irene Thomas and Eric Korn.
David Wright meets Australians with a quest. 3: Ian and Jenny Napier went looking for a retreat from the bustle of mainland Australia and bought the lease on Chappell Island.
A Revolution Recordings production
A Workmanlike Man byEdThomason.
First in a series celebratingthe centenary of the novelist, playwright, essayist and broadcaster's birth. Priestley's enormous output and creative energy gave pleasure all over the world and his work is now enjoying something of a renaissance. Paul Copley reads from Priestley's own account of his early life up to 1929.
With Alan Ayckbourn , John Braine , Judi Dench , Michael Foot , Richard Hoggart , J W Lambert and Margaret Stevens. Producer John Theocharis
In the late 40s and early 50s, glittering chrome jukeboxes began to colonise the corners of cosy British cafes, bringing with them new music and the first stirrings of youth culture. John Peel investigates.
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