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Religious news with Colin Morris.
8.00 News 8.10 Sunday Papers
Producer Rachel Hawkes. WRITE TO: Sunday, Room 5038, BBC North, PO Box 27,
Manchester. PHONE: (0161) [number removed]

Contributors

Unknown:
Colin Morris.
Producer:
Rachel Hawkes.

This week's broadcast worship is led by a choir of 150 Radio 4 listeners on a pilgrimage in the Holy Land. The first service is a Sung Eucharist in English and Arabic, live from the Cathedral Church of St George the Martyr in Jerusalem. Celebrant the Very Rev John H Tidy , with the Rt Rev Samir Kafity , Bishop in Jerusalem. 1 Timothy 6, w 11-16; Luke 16, w 19-31; Praise to the Lord the Almighty; Immortal invisible; How great Thou art; Son of God, eternal Saviour; Yasu Fadina. Director of music Nigel Swinford.
Organists Maha Ateek and Geoff Ellerby.

Contributors

Unknown:
John H Tidy
Unknown:
Samir Kafity
Unknown:
Yasu Fadina.
Organists:
Nigel Swinford.
Organists:
Maha Ateek
Organists:
Geoff Ellerby.

The final episode of Emily Bronte's tale of love, dramatised by Bryony Lavery. Heathcliff has forced Catherine to marry his ailing son, Linton. with Gary Cady , Steve Hodson , John Hartley , Becky Hindley and Amanda Root. Music by Ilona Sekacz , played by Roger Garland. Bob Smissen , Jonathan Williams and Andy Vinter.
Director Janet Whrtaker. Rptd Friday 2pm
BBC RADIO COLLECTION CASSETTE available

Contributors

Dramatised By:
Bryony Lavery.
Unknown:
Gary Cady
Unknown:
Steve Hodson
Unknown:
John Hartley
Unknown:
Becky Hindley
Unknown:
Amanda Root.
Music By:
Ilona Sekacz
Played By:
Roger Garland.
Played By:
Bob Smissen
Played By:
Jonathan Williams
Played By:
Andy Vinter.
Director:
Janet Whrtaker.
Heathcliff:
John Duttine
Catherine Linton:
Emma Fielding
Nellie Dean:
Sharon Duce
Ghost of Cathy:
Sheridan Smith
MrLockwood:
David Collings

Gareth Owen asks politicians to talk about their favourite poems. Gillian Shephard , David Blunkett and Charles Kennedy oblige. Producer Rob Ketteridge

Contributors

Unknown:
Gareth Owen
Unknown:
Gillian Shephard
Unknown:
David Blunkett
Unknown:
Charles Kennedy
Producer:
Rob Ketteridge

No Competition. In spite of the efforts of industry and the Government,
Britain has slipped further down the competition league table. Peter Day asks how this decline can be halted. Editor Stephen Chilcott

Contributors

Editor:
Stephen Chilcott

Brian Sibley's four-part dramatisation from C.S. Lewis's Chronicles of Narnia.
Eustace wanders off onto the mountainous island.
With Melvyn Hayes, Sylvester McCoy, Robin Bailey, Richard Puddifoot, John Turner, David Collings and Jonathan Tafler. Music by Peter Howell and Elizabeth Parker. Director John Taylor
BBC RADIO COLLECTION CASSETTE available

Contributors

Unknown:
Brian Sibley
Unknown:
Melvyn Hayes.
Unknown:
Sylvester McCoy
Unknown:
Robin Bailey
Unknown:
Richard Puddifoot
Unknown:
John Turner
Unknown:
David Collings
Unknown:
Jonathan Tafler
Music By:
Peter Howell
Music By:
Elizabeth Parker
Director:
John Taylor
Eustace:
Marco Williamson
Lucy:
Ellie Beaven
Edmund:
Peter England

Last in the series of readings.
Aberdeen Trawler. Crawford Logan reads H V Morton's account of life onboarda North Sea fishing boat in the 1930s. Abridged and produced by Patrick Rayner

Contributors

Unknown:
Crawford Logan
Produced By:
Patrick Rayner

A four-part journey through black women's literature.
2: Horror Stories: a Different Version of the Genre. From the 18th-century slave narratives to Toni Morrison 's recent novel Beloved, black writers have managed to find the words to describe the effects of slavery on their lives. Readers Lachele Carl , Dona Croll , Alibe Parsons and Ray Shell. Producer Alby James

Contributors

Unknown:
Toni Morrison
Readers:
Lachele Carl
Readers:
Dona Croll
Readers:
Alibe Parsons
Producer:
Alby James

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