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The Railway Station Man by JENNIFER JOHNSTON adapted by DENYS HAWTHORNE with and After the death of her husband, Helen Cuffe moves to Donegal in search of peace and solitude.
Nearby, an English war veteran pursues his crazy ambition to restore the disused railway station. Their ensuing relationship is unexpected, unlikely and all too shortlived. Directed by clive BRILL
BBC Northern Ireland. Stereo
4.0 The Angry Decade A series of four programmes With MICHAEL BARBER
2: Love on a Slag-heap The 'Northern' writers - Sillitoe, Braine, Storey - revitalised the story of everyday folk, this time in the working-class industrial towns, (e)
4.30 New series The Music of the Renaissance A series of six programmes
1: In the Chapel of Duke Ercole A wealthy duke could employ his own composers and performers. But who else managed to hear the new music of the time? Presented by JOHN MILSOM Producer DANIEL SNOWMAN. Stereo (e) For support notes send sae to: [address removed]
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5.0 Sports Coaching Six programmes for coaches of all sports.
2: Fit for Play with DAVID ICKE (R) (e)
5.30 Euromagazine 7: Italia Con DENISE DE ROME (e)
Science on 4 Peter Evans selects highlights from recent research in science, medicine, and technology.
With reports from Geoff Watts, Georgina Ferry and Alun Lewis. Producer DEBORAH COHEN
(Re-broadcast on Monday at 7. 45pm)
by Jack Gerson
with Bob Peck as Lohmann
Germany 1934. Lohmann is a policeman who will do his job even if it means displeasing Hitler. But when members of the Party start being murdered Hitler has no choice but to call on this dedicated officer to head the investigation.
(Re-broadcast on Monday at 3.0pm)
(Elizabeth Bell is a National Theatre Player)
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"There are in England some 13,000 churches. Together they represent an enormous body of musical energy and enthusiasm." So wrote Sydney Nicholson, then organist of Westminster Abbey. He gave up the most important cathedral appointment in England to found his School of English Church Music, dedicated to raising musical standards in churches. In this its Diamond Jubilee Year the Royal School of Church Music, as it is now known, is confronted by a different climate. Standards have never been higher but the Church, as it has faced the cultural changes of the 60s and 70s, has tried to take on board the most virulent aspect of that culture, it's music. How should this markedly traditional institution respond?
Fourth of eight programmes Yugoslavia: Two Women
Returning to Zagreb after a lapse of 30 years, novelist
Joseph Hone remembers Marija and the old baroque town, before meeting Enka and discovering the new city.
by MORAY HUNTER
'Only two to go after this one' Episode starring Morwenna Banks
Robin Driscoll , Robert Glenister Hugh Laurie and Clive Mantle The Narrator goes AWOL on a quiz show, but sadly his protest goes unnoticed by the inhabitants of Microcosm, who are taking a guided tour round the tweeters and woofers of a stereophonic hi-fi system to find out what radio feels like from the inside.
Producer JAMIE RIX. Stereo
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