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from Sandyford Henderson Memorial Church, Glasgow conducted by THE REV GEORGE PHILIP
Readings: John 14, vv 1-9 Colossians 1, vv 11-20
Hymns: I'll thee extol my God
0 King; Jesus, thou joy ofloving hearts; I heard the voice of Jesus say; And can it be; Spirit divine, attend our prayers Organist DAVID MEEK BBC Scotland. Stereo


George Philip

Anyone Can See I Love You by MARILYN BOWERING
Today is the 60th anniversary of the birth of Marilyn Monroe ... and I want to say that if lama star - the people made me a star - no studio, no person, but the people did. (MARILYN MONROE) Musicians ROBERT PETTIGREW KENNY ELUS and JIMMY WOODS A haunting experience
(PLAYS INTERNATIONAL) a very classy ptece of work
Directed by MARILYN IMRIE BBC Scotland. Stereo (R)


Marilyn Bowering
Marilyn Monroe
Robert Pettigrew
Kenny Elus
Directed By:
Marilyn Imrie
Marilyn Monroe:
Hetty Baynes
the piano player:
Stuart Milligan

Marjorie Lofthouse meets another of the eight finalists in the RADIO TiMEs/Radio 4 Enterprise competition. 5: Pendock Limited
John Walker , unemployed, has been transformed into the managing director of an expanding company through his innovative range of timber products for the DIY market. Producer ANNE HINDS BBC Birmingham
(Just for Starters, an 'Enterprise' special, on Thursday at 7.40pm)


Marjorie Lofthouse
John Walker

The first of three programmes with The Medici String Quartet, featuring the words and music of three famous composers:
Elgar, Smetana and Janacek.
Part 1: A presentation in words and music of the life of Sir Edward Elgar including a complete performance of his Piano Quintet
Written and compiled by MICHAEL KENNEDY with Richard Pasco Barbara Leigh-Hunt
John Bingham (piano)
The Medici String Quartet Paul Robertson (violin) David Matthews (violin)
Ivo-Jan van der Werff (viola) Anthony Lewis (cello) Producers IAN COTTERELL and PATRICK LAMBERT. Stereo


Sir Edward Elgar
Michael Kennedy
Richard Pasco
Barbara Leigh-Hunt
John Bingham
Paul Robertson
David Matthews
Ivo-Jan van Der Werff
Anthony Lewis
Ian Cotterell
Patrick Lambert.

The last of three programmes The Dangerous Years
The recent Libyan crisis has exposed, more publicly than ever before, the strains within NATO between the USA and her European allies. Last week,
NATO foreign ministers met in Halifax, Nova Scotia, in what has been described as one of the most important sessions in the history of the Alliance.
Christopher Lee , the BBC's Defence and Foreign Affairs
Correspondent, chairs a debate on the future of the Alliance.
Could it exist without the USA? Can it survive the era of Star Wars, Gorbachev, and of outside conflicts which, like
Libya, involve the interests of NATO members?
An international panel of leading analysts discuss their views and answer questions from an invited audience at Chatham House, London. Producer BLAIR THOMSON (In association with the Royal Institutefor
International Affairs)
(Re-broadcast on Friday at
11.0am LW)


Christopher Lee

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