I will worship the Lord (J. Rutter ); We have a gospel to proclaim (Fulda) (BP 94); Psalm 34, w 11-18 (Psalms for the Eucharist, Vol 2); Mark 6, w 1-13; Lord, thy church on earth is seeking
(Everton) (BP 57). Director of Music
STEPHEN LAYTON. Stereo
with Jenni Murray.
As Patricia Hodge begins reading Pride and Prejudice,
Margaret Horsfield explores the role of the minor characters in the novel, with the help of Margaret Drabble ,
Marilyn Butler and others. Serial: Pride and Prejudice by JANE AUSTEN abridged in 18 episodes by ELIZABETH BRADBURY. (1) (Music: Martini's Commedia dell'arte)
Serial producer PAT MCLOUGHLIN
by SALLY WORBOYES. and
Harvey Crumb is in a rut. At work he is easy prey for the office bully, while his home-life is dominated by his elderly over-protective parents.
Directed by CHERRY COOKSON Stereo
Chant, Drone and Bellow: Piping from France
Bagpiper extraordinaire Jean-Pierre Rasle plays six different kinds of these wayward beasts and his repertoire spans four centuries, from medieval brawl tunes to bagpipe music for the space age. He initiates Mark Steyn into his art.
Producer JULIAN MAY. Stereo
Beyond the Tunnel of History by Jacques Darras.
1: The Time Traveller
'We require new models from the past to sustain us in our shared future.' What are the events and images from history that can help guide us towards the new Europe?
The poet Jacques Darras journeys back in time, and beyond his native France, to the 'Grand-Place' or 'Grote Markt ' in Brussels, the embodiment of the multi-cultural Europe that awaits us in 1992.
American actor Kevin Costner stars in Field of Dreams; English playwright Nigel Williams sets his Nativity in the 20th century; and musician Peter Moser sets up his foghorns in Barrow-in-Furness.
Presenter Tony Palmer. Producer MIKE GREENWOOD Stereo (Revised repeat on Thursday at 4.35pm)
Fragments of a decade recalled in nine parts by Harry Thompson. 5: Calling All Workers A portrait of the days when there was room at the top for Jack - but not for Jill ...
Researcher LUCY BARTLEY Producer
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