Don Lusher , who took over from the late Ted Heath as leader of the UK's premiere big band, conducts the band's final glorious concert, recorded 4 December at the Royal Festival Hall.
The raconteuse talks to local people.
The last leg of Ayres's journey takes her home to the county she's lived in forthe past 14 years, with a glance at local canals, tunnels and Highland bulls, as well a chat with a honeyjudge.
Derek Jacobi presents a retelling of the story of Jesus of Nazareth.
5: Jesus the Sacrifice
The story of the last week of Jesus, his entry into Jerusalem and his turning over of the tables of the money lenders in the temple.
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