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Gerry Northam with religious news.
8.00 News 8.10 Sunday Papers
Producer Phil Pegum. PHONE: (0161) [number removed]WRITETO: Sunday, Room 5031. BBC North. PO Box 27, Manchester. E-MAIL: sunday@bbc.co.uk

Contributors

Unknown:
Gerry Northam
Producer:
Phil Pegum.

What Sweeter Music Can We Bring? A meditation for Christmas from
Lichfield Cathedral, led by the Dean, the Very Rev Dr Tom Wright , with the Lichfield Cathedral Chamber Choir.
What Sweeter Music (Herrick's Carol); Sing We to This Merry Company (Rutter); Benedicamus Domino (Warlock); The Holy Boy (Ireland); Ding
Dong Merrily on High (arrWillcocks).

Contributors

Unknown:
Dr Tom Wright

A gripping new three-part science fiction drama from award-winning writer Joe Turner.
1: The Storm. When Judy is struck by lightning in a mysterious electrical storm, she wakes up in hospital to discover that she has some extraordinary and disturbing powers. with Kulvinder Ghir , Laura Richmond , Gemma Boardman , Rob Rackshaw and Seamus O'Neill Music Paul Cargill. Producer Martin Jameson

Contributors

Unknown:
Joe Turner.
Unknown:
Kulvinder Ghir
Unknown:
Laura Richmond
Unknown:
Gemma Boardman
Unknown:
Rob Rackshaw
Unknown:
Seamus O'Neill
Music:
Paul Cargill.
Producer:
Martin Jameson
Judy:
Tiffany Chapman
DrMillius:
Russell Dixon
The Nurse:
Barbara Flynn
John:
Damian Zuk
Dad:
Claude Close
MissStacey:
Diane Whitley
Mum:
Maxine Burth

Listening along the dial to poems inspired by radio. Why do the airwaves set poets alight? With Brendan Kennelly , Gillian Clarke , Robert Crawford , Kathleen Jamie ,
John Hartley Williams , Ken Smith , Hugo Williams and Alistair Elliot.
Producer Tim Dee Repeat

Contributors

Unknown:
Brendan Kennelly
Unknown:
Gillian Clarke
Unknown:
Robert Crawford
Unknown:
Kathleen Jamie
Unknown:
John Hartley Williams
Unknown:
Ken Smith
Unknown:
Hugo Williams
Unknown:
Alistair Elliot.
Producer:
Tim Dee Repeat

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