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Richard BEOLENS appeals on behalf of the Pitt Street Settlement, which is a multi-purpose community action centre in North Peckham which particularly helps children and young people. Donations, preferably by crossed po or cheque, to: [address removed]

Contributors

Unknown:
Richard Beolens

medium only from St John 's Methodist Church. Southborough, Kent, Officiant PAULINE BEATTIE (local preacher)
Introit: Lord, whose love In humble service (G. Cooke / A. F. Bayly ); Hymns: From all that dwell (Methodist Hymn Book 4); See how great a flame aspires (MHB 263); Lord, thy Church on earth (Hymns and Songs 42); Anthem: The Journey of Life (V. Collison); Readings: Deuteronomy 8, VT 11-20 (NEB)
Choirs and instrumental group directed by PAULINE BEATTIE and DOROTHY WALTERS
Organist ANDREW BEATTIE

Contributors

Unknown:
St John
Unknown:
Pauline Beattie
Unknown:
G. Cooke
Unknown:
F. Bayly
Directed By:
Pauline Beattie
Organist:
Dorothy Walters
Organist:
Andrew Beattie

Presented by Peter Hobday and Louise Botting
The programme that aims to look after the pound in your pocket. Featuring each week The Man Behind Your Money
A Financial World Tonight production
(Repeated: Tuesday 3.35)

Contributors

Presenter:
Peter Hobday
Presenter:
Louise Botting

(Binaural)
Barry Foster as Sherlock Holmes and David Buck as Dr Watson in a new dramatisation of 13 of the best-known short stories by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle
Dramatised by Michael Bakewell
"There is now another vacancy open which entitles a member of the League to a salary of four pounds a week for purely nominal services. All red-headed men who are sound in body and mind are eligible."
BBC Birmingham
(The full binaural effect can be achieved by listening through stereo headphones)

Contributors

Authir:
Sir Arthur Conan Doyle
Dramatised by:
Michael Bakewell
Directed by:
Roger Pine
Sherlock Holmes:
Barry Foster
Dr Watson:
David Buck
Clay:
Michael Harbour
Wilson:
Geoffrey Matthews
Duncan Ross:
Michael Deacon
Inspector Jones:
Jack Holloway
Mr Merryweather:
Stephen Hancock

with Teresa McGonagle
Roy Hudd fulfils a long-held ambition to meet Sam Costa. and TONY BARNFIELD talks to Dame Ninette de Valois. in the week of her 80th birthday. Produced by the Woman's Hour Unit
(A tribute to Dame Ninette de Valois in Dance Month tonight at 8.5 pm BBC2)
12.55 Weather, programme news

Contributors

Unknown:
Teresa McGonagle
Unknown:
Roy Hudd
Unknown:
Sam Costa.
Talks:
Tony Barnfield

visits Hampshire, where members of the New Milton Horti cultural Society put their questions to FRED LOADS, BILL SOWER-BUTTS. PROFESSOR ALAN GEMMELL Questionmaster KEN FORD BBC Manchester
(Repeated: Tuesday 4.5 pm)

Contributors

Unknown:
Milton Horti
Unknown:
Professor Alan Gemmell
Unknown:
Questionmaster Ken Ford

medium only
Cursed by Canaan by BRUCE STEWART
' I was required to believe that the native peoples I had been sent to evangelise - the blacks -were in fact Saracens: enemies of Christ and the Church, who could consequently be enslaved. I was unable to accept that ... '

Contributors

Unknown:
Bruce Stewart

Introduced by Amanda Theunissen
' Up to a point, Lord Copper....' That immortal phrase comes from Evelyn Waugh 's Scoop, which performed the definitive hatchet job on journalists. Three of these envied, admired and maligned creatures talk about their craft - or is it an art. or a trade? They are René Cutforth, Nicholas Harman and Celia Haddon
Producer PAMELA HOWE BBC Bristol

Contributors

Introduced By:
Amanda Theunissen
Unknown:
Evelyn Waugh
Unknown:
Nicholas Harman
Unknown:
Celia Haddon
Producer:
Pamela Howe

How do you thread a needle when you can't even see the eye? Ve Appleby. who teaches dressmaking to blind students, describes some of the gadgets available to help in this basic task. Presented by Jane Finnis Producer THENA HESHEL

Contributors

Presented By:
Jane Finnis
Producer:
Thena Heshel

Third of ten programmes
Portrait of a City - Liverpool Written and presented by Roger McGough
'The liners are gone, the Beatles are gone; the planners have torn the heart out of the city and transplanted concrete. But Liverpool goes on.' with the voices of CILLA BLACK, BILL BOTHWELL , BILLY BUTLER , TOM O'CONNOR , JOHN CONTEH , IVOR DAWNAY , KEN DODD , SIR CHARLES GROVES, ADRIAN HENRI , BRIAN JACQUES , LESLIE LAWTON , JOHN LENNON , PETER MOLONST , BILL MORRISON , STANLEY REYNOLDS , BILL SHANKLEY, FRITZ SPIEGL , JIMMY TARBUCK , FR JOHN THOMP SON, CELIA VAN MULLEN and the men, women and children of Liverpool.
Reporter JOHN CAINE
Producer DAVID RAYVERN ALLEN

Contributors

Presented By:
Roger McGough
Unknown:
Bill Bothwell
Unknown:
Billy Butler
Unknown:
Tom O'Connor
Unknown:
John Conteh
Unknown:
Ivor Dawnay
Unknown:
Ken Dodd
Unknown:
Adrian Henri
Unknown:
Brian Jacques
Unknown:
Leslie Lawton
Unknown:
John Lennon
Unknown:
Peter Molonst
Unknown:
Bill Morrison
Unknown:
Stanley Reynolds
Unknown:
Fritz Spiegl
Unknown:
Jimmy Tarbuck
Unknown:
Fr John Thomp
Unknown:
Celia van Mullen
Reporter:
John Caine
Producer:
David Rayvern Allen

JEAN-PIERRE RAMPAL (flute)
GEORGE MALCOLM (harpsichord) Bach Sonata No 1. in a minor for flute and harpsichord (awv 1030)
BBC SCOTTISH SYMPHONY
ORCHESTRA conductor
KARL ANTON RICKENBACHER
Bartok Concerto for orchestra

Contributors

Flute:
Jean-Pierre Rampal
Harpsichord:
George Malcolm
Conductor:
Karl Anton Rickenbacher

A personal celebration of the centenary of John Masefield , Poet Laureate from 1930 until his death in 1967. Compiled and introduced by Christopher Ricks.
Poems read by RONALD PICKUP Producer ALEC REID

Contributors

Unknown:
John Masefield
Introduced By:
Christopher Ricks.
Read By:
Ronald Pickup
Producer:
Alec Reid

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