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7.15 Apna Hi
Ghar Samajhiye. For Asian listeners. BBC Birmingham long wave only
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7.50 The Shape of God THE KEV GUY GOODALL (Matthew 6. vv 24-34) long wave only
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Presenter Michael Cooke Producer ROGER HUTCHINGS long wave only
JOHN Hillary appeals on behalf of Universities Federation for Animal
Welfare. UFAW studies and investigates animal problems, arranging symposia, and produces books and leaflets on the care and management of wild and domesticated animals. Donations to: UFAW [address removed] long wave only
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from the Parish at the Centre. Skelmersdale's Ecumenical Centre in Lancashire which takes the form of Holy Communion. Celebrant
THE REV BOB ANDREWS Preacher
THE REV NORMAN WINTER Reading: (GNB) John 17, vv llb-23
Hymns: Angel voices ever singing (Angel Voices); King of glory. King of peace (Gwalchmai); God, make us your family; Make me a channel of your peace
Directed by ANTON GILL Producer
Agricultural story editor AN'IHOKY PARKIN
June Knox-Mawer is joined by two Welshmen, Huw Jones and John Morgan , to talk about the Welsh scene: and presents weekday highlights.
A timely look at contemporary Welsh life through the peep-toes of Enfys Pugh Bowen and her matching accessory, Muriel Morris: including a chance to enjoy
Denzil's funeral, a Paris lavatory and a chiropodist's surgery.
Derek Cooper visits the Fylde of Amounderness in search of a taste of Lancashire. Producer
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Presenter Gordon Clough Editor DEREK LEWIS
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Ken Ford invites Clay Jones, Bill Sowerbutts and Professor Alan Gemmell to answer questions sent in by post.
(Repeated: Wed 10.2 am)
The Woolworth Madonna by ELIZABETH TROOP adapted by the author from her novel with \ and ' She was a sort of Woolworth Madonna, hundreds like her, their faces looming out of tower-block windows all over Europe." Directed by RICHARD WORTLEY
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Arthur Negus and Bernard Price discuss listeners' queries on antiques. Introduced by Hugh Scully
Producer SARAH PITT
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Presented by Peter France Producers ANNE BLAIR
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with John Eidinow
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Brian Johnston visits Colne in east
Lancashire, originally the town with a prosperous centre for the wool trade, then came cotton, which is still a principal industry.
Producer ANTHONY SMITH BBC Bristol
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The great political orators have moved and entertained vast audiences even though their skills have rarely changed the course of politics. Patrick Hannan looks at the wav some of them have built their reputations, including: LLOYD GEORGE ;
ANEURIN BEVAN ; THE RT HON MICHAEL FOOT , MP; THE RT HON
HAROLD MACMILLAN ; THE RT HON ENOCH POWELL. MP and THE RT HON MICHAEL HESELTINE , MP.
Producer PATRICK HANNAN BBC Wales
Marilyn Alan visits
Lancashire to meet Ann Stansfield , whose life revolves around the association she founded for the relief of Paget's Disease, and the PALATINE STRING QUARTET talk about taking music to those who can't get to concerts.
Producer GILLIAN HUSH
3: Canterbury Tales
' The great influence on me was Charles Ricketts and I remember one night, as a rather callow student, asking Ricketts who he thought were our greatest landscape painters and in a flash he said, " Tennyson and Wagner! " To me
Masefield was, I suppose, the supreme marine painter.'
In a series of six conversations with John Miller , Laurence Irving looks back over his career in theatre and films and explains what the Irving tradition has meant to him.
Producer JOHN KNIGHT
PETER FRANKL (piano)
BBC NORTHERN SYMPHONY
ORCHESTRA conductor EDWARD DOWNES Wagner Prelude to Act 3 (Lohengrin)
Beethoven Piano Concerto No 2, in B flat major
Bantock Russian scenes BBC Manchester
Frank Delaney introduces the magazine programme about the books.
Producer BRIAN COOK
(Repeated: Thurs 4.15 pm)
An anthology of new words and music which this week looks at the process of growing up. Introduced by Brian Thompson with music by SUE CASSON Producer
KAY JAMIESON BBC Manchester
2: The Road to Wigan Pier In 1936 the Left Book
Club published George Orwell 's account of conditions in the depressed areas of the industrial north. This programme sets his words alongside voices from Wigan today.
' In the " dirt " that is sent up from the pits there is a certain amount of broken coal, and unemployed people spend a lot of time in picking it out of the slag heaps.'
(GEORGE ORWELL , 1936)
' In winter you can either keep warm and go without food. or you have something to eat and the electricity's cut off and you have to freeze.'
Producer PETER EVERETT BBC Manchester
Colin Semper explores, hi the last programme of the series, the lives and writings of some who have claimed a special knowledge of the divine. 6: Teilhard de Chardin
Extracts from his writings read by CRISPIAN HOLLIS Series devised by PENELOPE WALLACE
Producer CRISPIAN HOLLIS
Presented by Noel Lewis
Weather report; forecast followed by an interlude