0 for a faith that will not shrink (S Leonard, BBC HB 310); Galatians 1, w 11-24; Christ whose glory fills the skies (T Armstrong); Come, my way, my truth, my life (Come, my way, BP 13). The BBC Singers, director Barry Rose. Stereo
Six turning-points by David Wheeler.
With Daniel Massey. 3: Gallipoli
'I was ruined for the time being in 1915, over the Dardenelles, and a supreme enterprise was cast away....'
Director Louise Purslow
'Jacky' Fisher, the First Sea Lord:
Andrew Bonar Law:
David Lloyd George:
Admiral de Robeck:
General Liman von Sanders:
11.00 Singing Together 9: Julian of Norwich Presenters John Asquith and Verity Ann Meldrum. Stereo
11. 20 Junior Drama Workshop Thomas the Rhymer
2: Tom's Story by Stella Beaton and Eloner Crawford Narrator Bill Paterson. Stereo
11.40 Talk to Me: Riddle Me Ree Doofy Goes to a Party by Anita Hewett. Stereo (R)
11.50 Poetry Corner 9: Spiders (R)
2.05 WPFM. 9: Addictions Presenter Jo Whiley. Stereo
2.35 SATIS Topics 14-16 Presenter John Gribbin Programme 10. Units: 903 What Are the Sounds of Music?; 907 Your Stars - Revelation or Reassurance?; 1010 Can It Be Done - Should It Be Done? Stereo
by Anna Clemence Mews.
With Karen Ford, Steve Hodson, Marcia King.
A funny, sad, hopeful play about a woman who is both bereaved and committed to a mental home.
Director Shaun Macloughlin
BBC Bristol. Stereo
Among papyruses found in Egypt in 1907 was a fragment of a satyr play by Sophocles. Tony Harrison 's new play, The Trackers of Oxyrhynchus, fuses the bawdy vigour of the original with his savage indignation at the lot of London's contemporary 'satyrs'. Paul Allen discovers how the play is being adapted for the National Theatre.
Producer Beaty Ruebens. Stereo
Eight studies presented by Brian Redhead. 2: Martyrs
'Hung on a post and exposed as food for wild beasts....' Blandina died a martyr in AD 177. But why did she choose to suffer rather than bow to the Roman gods? An exploration of martyrs' motives down the ages.
Consultant Dr Janet Coleman Producer Christopher Stone
Sinead, Sorcha and Niamh, the three
Cusack sisters, play
Olga, Masha and Irina, the three Chekhov sisters, in a new Dublin production by Adrian Noble. They talk to
Christopher Cook. who also reports on Scottish artist
Stephen Campbell 's new show and the writing of RKNarayan.
Producer John Goudie Stereo (Revised repeat tomorrow at 4.35pm)
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