Daily Service from St Martin's Church, Canterbury, Kent. 0 God of Bethel
(Martyrdom); Luke 13, w 22-30; Anthem: Blessed by the day that I began
(Alan Ridout ); He that is down may fear no fall (York) (BP 27)
Director of Music DAVID FLOOD. Stereo
In the last of three conversations,
Jenny Cuffe talks to leuan Thomas, a miner from Llanelli.
During the strike of 1984, he decided to face abuse from both colleagues and community and to carry on working.
Producer JOY HATWOOD
by ANDREW RISSIK.
It is ten years since the Trojan prince, Paris, stole Helen from the King of Sparta; and the long and wasteful war that followed is still no nearer its conclusion.
With members of the BBC RADIO DRAMA COMPANY Music by DAVID CHILTON and NICK RUSSELL PA VTER
Directed by JEREMY MORTIMER Stereo (R)
Priam, King of Troy:
Nigel Forde talks to the judges of a new
P. G. Wodehouse humour prize about the state of the art of comic writing. A Taste of Scotch looks at the history, making and drinking of whisky.
Plus a selection of this month's paperback reading.
Producer SALLY MARMION
Marie and Sidonie Goossens , looks back at the Goossens musical dynasty with archive recordings of their brothers Leon and Eugene, and contributions from actress
Jenny Goossens , artist Anne Goossens Obermer and jazz pianist
Tony Laurence and family. Devised and compiled by CAROLE ROSEN. Producer
PIERS PLOWRIGHT. Stereo (R)
Raiders of the Corporate Ark
Boardrooms are under siege. Has Government competition policy adapted to the era of mega-bids?
Can the monopolies commissioners cope or will Brussels now step in? Presenter David Walker. Producer JUUAN BROWN Editor CAROUNE ANSTEY
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