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The Dawn Chorus
As darkness yields to light, so does silence give way to song.
Jim Flegg and Caroline Parsons enjoy the first sounds of the day on the edge of a Kent wood. Producer JOHN HARRISON BBCBristol
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Contributors

Unknown:
Jim Flegg
Unknown:
Caroline Parsons
Producer:
John Harrison

from the Old Parish Church, Melrose conducted by the Minister, THE REV ALISTAIR BENNETT
Readings (NEB): II Corinthians 4, w 1-11; StJohn 14. vv 1-11
Hymns (ch3): Give praise and thanks unto the Lord (101);
Thou art the way (121); All my hope on God is founded (405); Rejoice, the Lord is king (296) Organist JAMES MARSHALL Conductor JAMES LETHAM BBC Scotland

Contributors

Unknown:
Alistair Bennett
Organist:
James Marshall

by ROGER DAVENPORT with When their daughter leaves home, Richard and Clare realise that they have a whole new life to look forward to It'll be a second honeymoon. There'll be money to spend on exotic holidays. Clare can take an Open University course. But, left on their own. there will also be the time to confront the truth about their marriage.
Directed by MATTHEW WALTERS Stereo (R)

Contributors

Unknown:
Roger Davenport
Directed By:
Matthew Walters
Clare:
Patricia Garwood
Richard:
Edward de Souza
Hugh:
James Warwick
Sarah:
And Amanda Garwood

A series of six programmes in which Robin Ray celebrates 100 years of the gramophone. 2: Music, Music, Music
'In the studio one is playing entirely for oneself for the music' SIR YEHUDI MENUHIN From the first recorded nursery rhyme, the gramophone has increased its influence on the music world and is now the piper calling the tune Producer JEFF LINK. Stereo

Contributors

Unknown:
Robin Ray
Music:
Sir Yehudi Menuhin

Surburbia in the 1980s: mock Georgian dream homes with double-glazed lead lights, double garages and ankle-deep fitted carpets.
Photographer Daniel Meadows celebrates the suburban ethos in three short talks.
2: Nameplates and Lifestyles

Contributors

Unknown:
Daniel Meadows

A seven part series compiled by MICHAEL BAKEWELL with 3: So Young - So Beautiful - So Good
'I broke my heart into the smallest pieces many times between thirteen and three and twenty. Twice I was horribly in earnest and once I really set upon the cast for six or seven long years, all the energy and determination of which I am owner. But it went the way of nearly all such things at last.'
Other parts played by ALAN DUDLEY. POLLY JAMES
PETER MARINKER and EMILY RICHARD Researcher MELISSA BAKEWELL
Directed by ROSEMARY HART. Stereo

Contributors

Unknown:
Michael Bakewell
Played By:
Alan Dudley.
Played By:
Polly James
Played By:
Peter Marinker
Played By:
Emily Richard
Unknown:
Melissa Bakewell
Directed By:
Rosemary Hart.
Charles Dickens:
Martin Jarvis
John Forster/Narrator:
Phil Daneman
Maria Beadnell:
Zelah Clarke
Mary Hogarth:
Victoria Carling
Eleanor Christian:
Caroline Gruber
Flora Finching:
Eva Stuart
Dick Swiveller:
John Baddeley
Miss Havisham:
Joan Matheson
Young Pip:
Elizabeth Lindsay
Mrs Crupp:
Gwen Cherrell
Burnett:
Anthony Jackson
Fagin:
Garard Green

Presented by Stanley Ellis 5: Dialects in Decline - the Isle of Man
'We have a little saying in Manx, "no language - no country", and when you're talking to the old people you suddenly go back in time and you live as they did ...' Research WALTER CLARKE
Producer WILL CANTOPHER . Stereo

Contributors

Presented By:
Stanley Ellis
Unknown:
Walter Clarke
Producer:
Will Cantopher

For the Love of God
In this series. Canon Colin Semper talks to people who have experienced major changes in their lives.
3: The Leprechaun in a Prom A tragic accident confined show-jumping champion Helen Larkin to her 'pram'. Although she is now in constant pain, she inspires many with her humility and courage. Producer JULIA BROSNAN BBC Manchester. Stereo

Contributors

Talks:
Canon Colin Semper
Unknown:
Helen Larkin
Producer:
Julia Brosnan

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