from the Church of SS Gregory and Martin, Wye, Kent.
Have faith in God, my heart (Doncaster); Mark 10, w 46-52;
0 Lord increase my faith (Gibbons); All my hope on God is founded (Michael) Director of Music
MARK DELLER. Stereo
Forty Seconds and Half a Million Pounds ...and more!
During the course of a year Christopher Cook followed the making of a new TV advertising campaign for a financial services company. How are we made to 'feel good' about risking our money? Producer RACHEL YORKE
Six quests in search of weird and endangered animals in the company of Mark Carwardine and Douglas Adams. 2: Gone Fishing!
What the Chinese believe to be the reincarnation of a drowned princess is, of course, the Yangtze River dolphin.
Additional music by STEVEN FAUX
Producer CHRIS MUIR Series producer
GAYNOR SHUTTE. Stereo
by JEANNE FEASEY. With Moir Leslie as young Lottie and Eva Stuart as Lottie in old age.
Lottie, who epitomises the prim Victorian maiden aunt, hides beneath an impeccable exterior a guilty secret.
TOM STEER (piano)
Directed by KAY PATRICK BBC Manchester. Stereo
0 See David Gillard. right
Mrs Harris/Mrs Lawrence/Visitor:
Horace Bracewell/Mr Lawrence:
Acting is an insecure profession, but the security of a long run brings its own problems. Christopher Bigsby talks to actors about the demands of putting on a performance night after night.
Producer NOAH RICHLER. Stereo
The last of four programmes in which
Jenni Mills traces critical periods in family life. On 22 August 1985,
Damien, Debbie and two friends boarded a flight for Corfu at Manchester airport. The plane never got off the runway; fire and smoke spread through the passenger cabin.
Damien and Debbie got out - their friends didn't. Producer SARAH ROWLANDS
The school for clowns starts a new season; the Japanese come to the National Theatre; and masterpieces of Dutch painting are on show in Birmingham.
Presenter Paul Vaughan. Producer NICKI PAXMAN Stereo (Revised repeat on Thursday at 4.35pm)
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