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from St John 's Methodist Church, Llandudno, conducted by Rev Keith
Garner. Readings: Acts 19, vv 1-19; Luke 24, vv 13-35. Hymns The Day of Resurrection; All Ye that Seek the Lord Who Died; I Serve a Risen Saviour; I Know that My Redeemer Lives; I Hear Thy Welcome Voice.

Contributors

Unknown:
St John
Conducted By:
Rev Keith

with Hugh Prysor-Jones . Are you happy with the magazines you read? Are your hobbies and interests properly served by the range available, or are there too many sex surveys and boring interviews with the same people? News Stand is interested in your views. Producer lain Croft
0 Write with comments, favourable or not, enclosing relevant articles to News Stand, Room 4065, Broadcasting House. London W1A 1AA

Contributors

Unknown:
Hugh Prysor-Jones

My Son, My Son First in a five-part dramatisation of Howard Spring's saga of two families whose destinies seem inextricably entwined. The story begins in 1882 ... Starring Ronald Pickup as William Essex .
Dramatised by Stan Barstow Director Kay Patrick

Contributors

Unknown:
Ronald Pickup
Unknown:
William Essex
Dramatised By:
Stan Barstow
Director:
Kay Patrick
Essex as a child:
James Higgins
Essexa boy:
David Holt
Dermot:
Stuart Organ
MrsO'Riorden:
Eva Stuart
MrO'Riorden:
Sean Barrett
Mr Moscrop:
John Baddeley
Eustace Oliver:
John Fleming
Sheila:
Sandra James-Young
Ackroyd:
David Thorpe
Nelie:
Alison Reid
flynn:
Ronald Herdman
Summerway:
Jonathan Adams
Little boy:
Rhys Watson

Five engineering feats from the 19th century.
1: The Lighthouse
Civil engineer Dr Mark Raiss tells the extraordinary story of the construction of Robert Stevenson 's Bell Rock lighthouse, 12 miles off the coast of Scotland.
Other parts played by Philip Anthony , John Baddeley , John Fleming and James Telfer Compiled and written by Martin Worth
Producer Mark Savage

Contributors

Unknown:
Dr Mark Raiss
Unknown:
Robert Stevenson
Unknown:
Bell Rock
Played By:
Philip Anthony
Played By:
John Baddeley
Played By:
John Fleming
Played By:
James Telfer
Written By:
Martin Worth
Producer:
Mark Savage
Robert Stevenson:
Bill Paterson
John Rennie:
Paul Gregory

with Michael Rosen.
Publisher of the year and quoted on the Stock Exchange,
Dorling Kindersley has made its mark with lavishly illustrated information books. Jill Burridge assesses its impact on the publishing world. producer Jill Burridge

Contributors

Unknown:
Michael Rosen.
Unknown:
Dorling Kindersley
Unknown:
Jill Burridge
Producer:
Jill Burridge

3: Madrid
Tony Wilkinson spends a week with the Madrid section of 0 Pais, Spain's campaigning socialist newspaper. A right-wing party has won power on the city council for the first time and "undesirables" are being swept from the streets. In the suburbs, gipsies are being blamed for a wave of drug dealing. An independent production by Tony Wilkinson

Contributors

Production By:
Tony Wilkinson

Ex-miner Syd Demley , Britain's last surviving hangman, now lives in quiet retirement in Mansfield.
Martyn Wiley talks to him about his former part-time job, and reflects on the English fascination with hanging. Producer Dave Sheasby

Contributors

Unknown:
Syd Demley
Talks:
Martyn Wiley
Producer:
Dave Sheasby

The Attack on the Dams by J E Morpurgo.
On the 50th anniversary of the "Dambusters" raid, Francis Matthews reads from the biography of Barnes Wallis , inventor of the bouncing bombs. Producer David Benedictus

Contributors

Unknown:
Francis Matthews
Unknown:
Barnes Wallis
Producer:
David Benedictus

Singing the Faith
4: The King or the Kingdom? Ian Bradley concludes his exploration of the meaning of hymns by looking at the starkly contrasting messages in contemporary Christian songs.
Producer Clair Jaquiss

Contributors

Unknown:
Ian Bradley
Producer:
Clair Jaquiss

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