0 word of God incarnate (Dies Dominica) (BBC HB 191); Luke 8, w 4-15;
Anthem: Beati quorum via (Stanford); Spread, 0 spread, thou mighty word (Melling) (BBC HB 182) Director of Music BARRY ROSE. Stereo
Last of two parts presented by Michael Bakewell. With and Appearances Are Not Always to Be Trusted with MICHAEL GRAHAM COX, ANNA CROPPER , DONALD GEE, DAVID GOUDGE , MICHAEL KILGARRIFF , DAVID KING.
JOANNA MACKIE , ELIZABETH MANSFIELD , JOAN MATHESON , BRIAN MILLER , JOAN WALKER and JOHN WARNER.
Director ROSEMARY HART
Memoirs of the Life of Mrs Charlotte Deans (1768-1859) edited by FRANCES MARSHALL and adapted in two parts by JULIET HESLEWOOD (2) With and With KEN CUMBERLIDGE, PAUL DOWNING,
MICHAEL GRAHAM COX, JASPER JACOB. MARCIA KING ,
ELIZABETH MANSFIELD , JOAN MATHESON , BRIAN MILLER ,
SUSAN SHERIDAN and IAN TARGETT. Directed by JANE MORGAN Stereo (R)
Oscar Wilde 's visit to
Ireland dramatised in the Field Day theatre company's new play Saint Oscar; and Booker Prize-winner
Thomas Keneally 's new novel, set amid present-day conflict in Eritrea.
Presenter Larry Sullivan Producer MIKE GREENWOOD Stereo (Revised repeat on Thursday at 4.35pm)
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