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The BBC needs those 'who were there'

WE ARE WORKING ON A new series of the award winning radio programme `Were you There?" and would like to hear from your readers. Broadcaster Rosemary Hard!l presented the last six-part series earlier this year and has since won a Stanford St Martin Award for her contribution to religious broadcasting. "Were you there?" also received a Stanford St Martin award.

In Febuary 1995, Radio 4 will be broadcasting a new series of four more programmes looking at the issues of work and play; risk and safety; body and spirit; profit and loss.

The most moving aspect of the last series'was the personal stories and testimonies received from the public; and the letters from people feeling that we had helped them in their loneliness, fear, anger or guilt.

This year we are asking for letters from those who experience problems at work, pressures from home, or from those who find it difficult to take risks and always play safe, those who have to take a risk that involves others; people who have had personal experience of healing and wholeness, spiritually and mentally; what affect has our materialistic society had on theChristian Church and how do individuals measure making a profit?

We'd like to hear from you. Please write to "Were you There?", religious Programmes, POBox 27, Manchester, M20 1SJ Sarah Pinch, Manchester




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