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EVENING SERVICE

from Paddington Congregational Chapel; conducted by the Minister, the Rev. Ronald Taylor. Preacher, the Rev. C. S. Craig , Overseas Secretary to the London Missionary Society
Call to Worship ,
Prayer of Invocation and the Lord's
Prayer
Ye holy angels bright (C.P. 6)
Lessons: Isaiah 61, vv. 1-4; St. Mark
1, vv. 32-38
Brother, who on thy heart didst bear
(C.P. 556. omitting vv. 2 and 6) Prayers
Thine arm. 0 Lord, in days of old
(C.P. 672)
Sermon
Jesus shall reign (C.P. 158) Blessing
Organist, J. Searchfleld
BBC Home Service Basic

For the Young: A Bear Called Paddington: 1: Please look after this Bear!

by Michael Bond, read in eight instalments by David Davis
'Mr. and Mrs. Brown first met him on a railway platform at Paddington station. That was how he came to have such an unusual name.'
BBC Home Service Basic

FOR THE YOUNG A BEAR CALLED PADDINGTON

by MICHAEL BOND read in eight instalments by DAVID DAVIS
2: A Bear in hot water
Paddington found it easy enough to have his very first bath, but he had never heard of bath plugs!
BBC Home Service Basic

FOR THE YOUNG A BEAR CALLED PADDINGTON

by MICHAEL BOND read in eight instalments by DAVID DAVIS
3: Paddington goes Underground
At first Paddington was a little bit disappointed in the Underground. He liked the noise and the bustle and the warm air, but he didn't 'think much of the ticket.
BBC Home Service Basic

FOR THE YOUNG A BEAR CALLED PADDINGTON

by MICHAEL BOND read in eight instalments by DAVID DAVIS
4: A Shopping Expedition
Paddington had a very persistent stare when he cared to use it. It was a very powerful stare, and one which he kept for special occasions.
BBC Home Service Basic

FOR THE YOUNG A BEAR CALLED PADDINGTON

by MICHAEL BOND read in eight instalments by DAVID DAVIS
5: Paddington and the 'Old Master'
The Browns lived near a big market, and Paddington often went shopping for Mrs. Brown. He was a good shopper, ' worth his weight in gold.'
BBC Home Service Basic

FOR THE YOUNG A BEAR CALLED PADDINCTON

by MICHAEL BOND read in eight instalments by DAVID DAVIS
6: A Visit to the Theatre
It was the very first time that Paddington had been out after dark, and the very first time he had seen the lights of London.
BBC Home Service Basic

FOR THE YOUNG A BEAR CALLED PADDINGTON

by MICHAEL BOND read in eight instalments by DAVID DAVIS
7: Adventure at the Seaside
An outing which involved Paddington was always a business, as he insisted on taking all his things with him. As time went by, he had acquired lots of things.
BBC Home Service Basic

FOR THE YOUNG A BEAR CALLED PADDINGTON

by MICHAEL BOND read in eight instalments by DAVID DAVIS
8: A Disappearing Trick
It had been Mrs. Bird's idea to have a birthday party. Paddington had been with them for two months.
BBC Home Service Basic

STORY TIME

More about Paddington by Michael Bond adapted as a three-part dramatised reading by BARBARA SLEIGH
It's no use looking up a Bear like Paddington in an encyclopaedia because he is a very rare bear. He's also very expensive to keep as he costs a fortune in marmalade!
1: Photography and Decorating
Produced by GRAHAM GAULD
BBC Home Service Basic

Story Time

More about Paddington by Michael Bond adapted as a three-part dramatised reading by BARBARA SLEIGH
2: The Bonfire and Trouble
Being a bear. Paddington doesn't get many letters, only an occasional picture postcard from his Aunt Lucy in Peru. But one morning a letter arrives marked 'Urgent and Strictly Personal.'
Produced by GRAHAM GAULD
BBC Home Service Basic

Story Time

More about Paddington by Michael Bond adapted as a three-part dramatised reading by BARBARA SLEIGH
When Paddington set off with Mrs. Brown to go shopping even Mr. Brown had to admit he looked a smart enough bear to go anywhere. But there was trouble in store.
3: Paddington and Christmas
Produced by GRAHAM GAULD
BBC One London

Jackanory: Please Look After This Bear

with Thora Hird
This week Thora Hird reads from "The Adventures of Paddington" by Michael Bond, with pictures by Peggy Fortnum.
Light Programme

WOMAN'S HOUR

Introduced by MARJORIE ANDERSON
The Theme is Friendship:
ELSIE RUSSELL introduces recordings from the Women of Scotland Luncheon
This Month in the Garden: advice from Jim MIDDLETON
A Bear about the House:
MICHAEL BOND , author of the ' Paddington ' children's books, talks to KAYE WEBB
Appetising — and Unbroken:
HELEN BURKE 'S advice on grilling fish
Merry - Go - Round: reports events on the lighter side
JILL BALCON reads
Strokes of Havoc by EDWARD CANDY
Ninth of ten instalments
BBC Home Service Basic

STORY TIME

Paddington Helps Out by Michael Bond
Another of the books about the Bear called Paddington adapted as a dramatised reading in three parts by BARBARA SLEIGH
1: Paddington Goes Domesticated
Produced by GRAHAM GAULD
BBC Home Service Basic

STORY TIME

Paddington Helps Out by Michael Bond
Another of the books about the Bear called Paddington adapted as a dramatised reading in three parts by BARBARA SLEIGH
2: Paddington and Do-it-Yourself
Paddington's visit to an auction sale leads to his trying his paw at carpentry.
Produced by GRAHAM GAULD
BBC Home Service Basic

STORY TIME

Paddington Helps Out by Michael Bond
Another of the books about the Bear called Paddington adapted as a dramatised reading in three parts by BARBARA SLEIGH
3: Paddington Out and About
When Paddington goes to the cinema and then to a smart restaurant, the unexpected happens— as usual!
Other parts played by Brian Hewlett , Preston Lockwood Margaret Robertson , Hector Ross
Produced by GRAHAM GAULD
BBC One London

Jackanory: Paddington's Christmas

from "More About Paddington" by Michael Bond
With John Bird

Paddington, the famous bear from Peru, is spending his first Christmas in England with his adopted family, the Browns. Anyone who knows Paddington will not be surprised to learn that he manages to find bones in his Christmas pudding and tests the gravy with his chemical set, but even the Browns are rather worried when he appears to be stuck in the chimney...
(Next week: The Pooh Story Book by A.A. Milne)
(Colour)
BBC One London

Ask Aspel

Michael Aspel introduces your television requests.
His guest this week: author of the Paddington Bear books, Michael Bond
Send your requests to 'Ask Aspel.' [address removed]
BBC One London

Paddington

by MICHAEL BOND
A series of 14 programmes
1: Please look after this bear Narrated by MICHAEL HORDERN Music by HERBERT CHAPPELL
Animated and directed by IVOR WOOD






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