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Religious news and views presented by CLIVE JACOBS Reporter DOUGLAS BROWN Producer DAVID WINTER
8.50 Programme news

Contributors

Presented By:
Clive Jacobs
Reporter:
Douglas Brown
Producer:
David Winter

from the Queen's Hall Methodist Mission, Derby: conducted by the Superintendent Minister, REV BILL UEWISON
Hymns (MHB): When morning gilds the skies (113); One who is all unfit to count (159); Father, whose everlasting love (75)
Readings: Luke 5, vv 12-15; Acts 11. vv 1-14, 18
Musical director EDMUND STOW

MICHAEL BARRATT appeals on behalf of LEPRA (British Leprosy Relief Association) which supports medical treatment centres overseas and. in this country, works closely with the Medical Research Council and other bodies.
Donations, preferably by crossed po or cheque, to: Michael Barratt. LEPRA, [address removed]

Contributors

Unknown:
Michael Barratt

Introduced by jim PESTRIDGE
Vehicle Lighting: a discussion with the Dept of Environment. Forty Years On - my sort of driving instruction: by PEGGY MAKINS.
Learning to Drive: Instructor's viewpoint, ALLAN HADDRELL ; The examiner, COLIN DRYDEN. Producer JOHN HASLAM at 11.43* the latest traffic report

Contributors

Introduced By:
Jim Pestridge
Unknown:
Peggy Makins.
Unknown:
Allan Haddrell
Unknown:
Colin Dryden.
Producer:
John Haslam

The Holly and the Ivy by WYNYARD BROWNE : adapted by PEGGY WELLS and RAYMOND RAIKES with Stephen Murray Nora Nicholson
JANE KNOWLES , ISOBEL BLACK
' But as a parson you've got a different attitude to life. Can' you see? '
A country vicarage. 1950.
Producer MARTIN JENKINS (1971)

Contributors

Unknown:
Wynyard Browne
Adapted By:
Peggy Wells
Adapted By:
Raymond Raikes
Unknown:
Stephen Murray
Unknown:
Nora Nicholson
Unknown:
Jane Knowles
Producer:
Martin Jenkins
David:
John Samson
Jenny:
Jane Knowles
Martin:
Stephen Murray
MiCk:
Geoffrey Beevers
Bridget:
Shelagh Fraser
Lydia:
Nora Nicholson
Richard:
William Fox
Margaret:
Isobel Black

ROBERT BABER , who manages his own farm. talks to TONY HAS-TRICK about the ways in which he copes with practical problems since he lost his sight. Introduced by DAVID SCOTT BLACKHALL Editor THENA HESHEL

Contributors

Unknown:
Robert Baber
Introduced By:
David Scott Blackhall
Editor:
Thena Heshel

Lord Harlech discusses with ROBERT MACNEIL his years as British Ambassador in Washington - years which included the Cuba crisis and the Nuclear Test Ban Treaty of 1963 when President Kennedy declared:
Producer ELIZABETH SMITH

Contributors

Unknown:
Robert MacNeil
Producer:
Elizabeth Smith

Whose Body? by DOROTHY L. SAYERS : adapted in five episodes by CHRIS MILLER starring
5: Bunter Brings a Letter
Producer SIMON BRETT
(Geoffrey Beevers is in ' Dandy Dick ' at the Garrick, London)

Contributors

Unknown:
Dorothy L. Savers
Unknown:
Chris Miller
Producer:
Simon Brett
Unknown:
Geoffrey Beevers
Unknown:
Dandy Dick
Lord Peter:
Ian Carmichael
Bunter:
Peter Jones
Sir Julian Freke:
Bernard Archard
Insp Parker:
Gabriel Woolf
Piggott Dr Colegrove:
Geoffrey Beevers
Dr Grimbold Sir Reuben Levy:
Wilfrid Carter
Lady Levy:
Betty Cardno

A weekly miscellany of music. people and places to celebrate Sunday.
Presenter Martin Muncaster with BERNARD MILES.GERALD PRIESTLAND DOUGLAS BROWN. VERNON SPROXTON Producer COLIN SEMPER

Contributors

Presenter:
Martin Muncaster
Unknown:
Gerald Priestland
Unknown:
Douglas Brown.
Unknown:
Vernon Sproxton
Producer:
Colin Semper

Introduced by DOUGLAS VAUGHAN ACADEMY OF THE BBC concertmaster PETER MOUNTAIN conducted by LAWRENCE LEONARD LEVON CHILINGIRIAN (violin) SIMON ROWLAND JONES (viola) Arnold Sinfonietta No 1
8.11* Hoist St Paul 's Suite
8.25* Mozart Sinfonia Cor.certante in E flat, for violin, viola and orchestra (K 364)

Contributors

Introduced By:
Douglas Vaughan
Conducted By:
Lawrence Leonard
Violin:
Levon Chilingirian
Violin:
Simon Rowland
Unknown:
St Paul

by Charles Dickens
Adapted in 13 episodes and produced by Charles Lefeaux

(Repeated: Tuesday, 3.5 pm)

Contributors

Author:
Charles Dickens
Adapted by/Producer:
Charles Lefeaux
David Copperfield:
John Pullen
Betsey Trotwood:
Sylvia Coleridge
Mr Dick:
Rolf Lefebvre
Agnes Wickfield:
Diana Olsson
James Steerforth:
Nigel Anthony
Mrs Steerforth:
Elspeth March
Rosa Dartle:
Sheila Grant
Littimer:
Brian Haines
Minnie Omer:
Elizabeth Morgan
Mr Omer:
Nigel Graham
Peggotty:
Eva Stuart
Mr Barkis:
David March
Ham Peggotty:
Kerry Francis
Mr Peggotty:
Edward Kelsey
Emily:
Elizabeth Revill
Mrs Gummidge:
Sheila Grant
Miss Mowcher:
Jessie Evans

Introduced by Brian J. Ford 3: Filling the Energy Gap
The current energy shortage focuses attention on the present. But what about long-term energy supplies? The potential sources are diverse: ranging from the sun to the centre of the earth. Which of these possibilities is the most realistic? Speakers include:
SIR PETER KENT. chairman of the Natural Environment Research Council, and DR IAN FELL, fuel technologist, University of Newcastle upon Tyne. Producer MICHAEL BRIGHT

Contributors

Unknown:
Sir Peter Kent.

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