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A weekly look at religious news at home and abroad. Presenter Michael Cooke
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JUDI DENCH appeals on behalf of Radar (The Royal Association for Disability and Rehabilitation) which is the principal organisation co-ordinating the work of charities concerned with physical disability.
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Mount St Helens eruption blights farming across north and west while the southern state of Florida erupts into race riots over Cuban refugee influx. Show more
Mass for Whit Sunday from the Church of St Mary Immaculate, Warwick Celebrant
THE REV A. J. BURNS Preacher
THE REV BRIAN MCGINLEY
Readings: Acts 2, vv 1-11; 1 Corinthians 12; vv 3-7, 12-13: John 20, vv 19-23
Hymns (The Parish Hymn Book): Processional: Come Holy Ghost. Creator, come (100); Communion: Alleluya, sing to Jesus (108); Recessional: Hail. this joyful day's return (101)
Motet: Emitte spiritum tuum (Samuel Webbe )
Mass setting: Mass of St Edward (Philip Duffy) Master of Ceremonies DONALD TILDESLEY
Conductor DONALD WHITING Organist MARIE TWOMEY long wave only
Omnibus edition Producer
Agricultural story editor ANTHONY PARKIN
June Knox-Mawer meets Rowan Atkinson and Richard Curtis , star and scriptwriter of Not the Nine O'clock News, recently awarded the Montreux Silver Rose: plus weekday programme highlights.
George Melly invites you to share his enjoyment in recalling the words, music and people that have tickled his sense of humour.
Producer BRIAN COOK
Derek Cooper 's weekly look at food and drink: eating in and eating out. On the bill of fare, a visit to the Health Food exhibition in Brighton and a celebration of The Yorkshire Pudding.
Producer joy HATWOOD
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Your responses and reactions to programmes on radio and television.
Presented by Tom Vernnn Producer JENNY DE YONG
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A New Step Every Day
A story of "ehabililation by ROBIN R. TAYLOR with and A young dancer, Tom Bryceland , has to face the emotional and physical shock of multiple sclerosis. It seems as if there is nothing left for him to live for. But Tom is determined to come to terms with his handicap. At a rehabilitation centre he is given various mental and physical therapies to help him face his future with hope.
Directed by DAVID SPENSER
(Details: Tues 10.30 pm)
(Details: Thurs 9.30 am)
BBC Correspondents throughout the world talk about the countries they work in - the politics and the people.
Producer PADDY O'KEEFFE
A royal park, poppies for Remembrance, a famous theatre and a restaurant run by housewives are featured in Brian Johnston's visit to the historic town of Richmond upon Thames.
Producer ANTHONY SMITH BBC Bristol
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Themes from the 70s
6: An End to Certainty
Post-war prosperity had rested on a fragile network of economic assumptions - cheap energy, a sound dollar and a free world trading system. President Nixon's measures of 1971 dramatised the fact that the us could no longer provide the world with a gold-backed currency and that the us's national interest came before anything else.
With worldwide inflation rooted in the flood of dollars and the vast increase in oil prices, it was a decade when old certainties were shattered and when new ones remained to be constructed. Presented by Peter Hobdav Producer WILL HUTTON
Frank Delaney introduces the magazine about books Producer SIMON ELMES
(Repeated: Tues 4.10 pm)
Ronald Pickup presents a personal view of Julius Caesar
1 I've never believed that Shakespeare has to be dragged by the scruff of his neck into the 20th century, presenting. let us say. Julius Caesar as a " Hitler figure " and everybody else around him in jackboots.'
Producer JUDITH BUMPUS ( Repeat)
for the gift of the Holy Spirit
A sequence of words and music for Wliit Sunday. devised and introduced by Richard Harries Readers Jill Balcon and Gary Watson with the ST MARGARET 'S WESTMINSTER SINGERS directed by RICHARD HICKOX Organist IAN WATSON
Producer HUBERT HOSKINS (Music recorded in St Alban's Church, Holborn)
Was Napoleon murdered by his wallpaper?
Were Colorado goldminers genuinely stinking rich? Does the European fire-bug show its communist preferences in more than its red colour?
David Jones (Daedalus of the New Scientist), explores all these topics and looks at the potential of olfactory medicine.
Producer MARTIN GOLDMAN BBC Scotland
Historian and poet Dr A. L. Rowse voices his thoughts as he considers the view from his window overlooking the south Cornish coast.
Westminster's committees at work - extracts and discussions presented by Noel Lewis
Producer CHRIS HUGHES
A history in 26 parts in the words of those who have made the history. 7: Stresses, Strains and Slorms
Seafaring has always been a hard and dangerous life, doing violence to men in many ways. Its stresses have been endured amazingly, but also rebelled against in many ways, from good humoured grumbling to bloody mutiny.
Readers: LEONARD MAGUIRE , NIGEL LAMBERT. HENRY KNOWLES. MICHAEL GOLDIE, TIMOTHY BATESON , DAVID ASH-FORD, ANTHONY HALL , MALCOLM TERRIS, GAR ARD GREEN. GORDON GOSTELOW. DAVID MARCH, RONALD HERDMAN , DOUGLAS BLACKWELL and RONALD BADDII. EY
Programme consultant and presenter Peter Math ias, Chichele Professor of Economic History in the University of Oxford
Special sound by DICK MILLS of the BBC Radio-phonic Workshop
Series composed and directed by MICHAEL MASON , in collaboration with the National Maritime Museum
H. Colin Davis visits churches of historical or architectural interest which have musical links. 6: Down Ampney and Ralph Vaughan Williams Producer COLIN SEMPER
with Robert Robinson followed by an interlude
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