of the Seven Deadly Sins DAVID JASON explores
Lust Envy, Wrath, Sloth, Pride, Gluttony. Avarice, and gets paid for it too! starring
David Jason as Beelzebub Sheila Stcafel as Ronald Biggs
Jon Glover as Mary Whitehouse
Script by LAURU ROWLEY. ANDY HAMILTON , GUT
JENKIN, COLIN BOSTOCK -SMITH, RORY MCCRATH , CHARLIE ADAMS ,
BOB SINFIELD , SUSAN CLARK and LESLIE BYRNE
Music by NICK BICAT
Lyrics by ALISTAIR BEATON Producer
JIMMY MULVILLE. ..
12.55 Weather; programme news
Introduced by Sue MacGregor
Whose Wedding': results and winners of the royal quiz.d
Collecting: advice and anecdotes from DAVID BENEDICTUS.
JANET COHEN reviews some of the more domestic issues recently raised at Westminster.
Totstoy Remembered by TATYANA TOLSTOY
Read in ten parts by JILL BALCON (4) Editor WYN INOWLEl
Five Short Stories by ANTON CHEKOV 1: The Siren translated by JESSIE COULSON adapted by MICHELENK WANDOR Read by Michael Graham Cox Seductive as the nightingale. Zhilm speaks temptingly of the delights of good food.
Producer JENYTH WORSLEY
1839: Queen Victoria has been on the throne almost two years and her Prime Minister, Lord Melbourne, feels the time Is ripe to raise the delicate subject of suitable suitors for her hand. There is only one man Victoria wants to marry: Albert of Saxe-Coburg Gotha. She believes he will make the ideal husband - once he has been made fully aware of exactly what sacrifices are expected of him when married to the Queen of England. But Albert has his own ideas of what his position should be, both in public and in private.
(Repeated: Sun 2.30 pm)
includes a visit to the Buxton Festival, with reviews of an exhibition and entertainments on the life and times of the actor, DAVID GARRICK and The Secret Marriage, an opera which was based on one of his comedies,
The Clandestine Marriage; also STEVEN SPIELBERG 'S latest film Raiders of the Lost Ark, set in Cairo in 1936. Presenter Paul Allen
Producer JANE STENNING Editor ROSEMARY HART
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