The Uncreated Light by MICHAEL FFINCH.
A celebration of the life and works of the poet and priest Gerard Manley Hopkins (1844-89). With
Directed by SHAUN MACLOUGHLLN
The second of six programmes marking the drawing up of the new United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child. This week Tessa Shaw visits India and Mozambique to look at the state of healthcare facilities for children.
A season of seven stories. 2: The Secret Sharer by JOSEPH CONRAD dramatised by ROBERT FORREST With and The tale of a sea captain who gives sanctuary aboard his ship to a fugitive.
Directed by PATRICK RAYNER BBC Scotland. Stereo
by NORMAN LEBRECHT. Gustav Mahler is nowadays one of the most performed of all symphony composers.
Yet in his own day he was frequently reviled.
Norman Lebrecht tracks down the recorded reminiscences of some of Mahler's closest contemporaries. The programme also contains excerpts from some of Mahler's symphonies - and the sound of Mahler's own piano-playing recorded in 1905. Producer DANIEL SNOWMAN Stereo (R)
No bulls, but everything else is promised in the mammoth production of the opera Carmen at Earls Court, London; Orkney writer George Mackay
Brown publishes a new set of stories; and Arnold Wesker 's community play is set in Basildon.
Presenter Paul Vaughan Producer JULIAN MAY . Stereo
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