Jesu, thou joy of loving hearts (Exultet caelum laudibus, BBC HB 323); I Peter 1, vv 3-9; My soul, there is a country (C H Parry); New every morning is the love
(Melcombe, BBC HB 408) Director of Music Alan Wilson. Stereo
11.00 Update Education from Strasbourg, looking at education in Europe. Presenter Sarah McCrum
11.20 Playtime. Stereo (R) (Details as Monday 2.05pm)
11.35 Music Workshop Pimlico Drudge and the Upside-Down Pyramid of Shal-Labal-La-Ding-Dong (10) with Ian Humphris. Stereo
2.05 Let's Join In Mr Freeze by Derek Farmer. Stereo
2.25 The Song Tree The Fantastic Fish Tank Fantasy (10) Presenters Hilary James and Simon Mayor with Pyewackett. Stereo
2.40 The Friday Story Future Ages by Derek Farmer
by Charles Dickens, concluded by Leon Garfield.
The last of five parts, dramatised by David Buck.
With Ian Holm
Neville Landless has been found stabbed to death. Imagine Jasper's horror when he sees Neville outside his front door...
A Radio 4/World Service co-production.
(Repeated: Sunday 2.30pm)
The Rev Crisparkle:
Five thousand Russian and East European seamen are wintering in Lerwick harbour.... The Shetland Times reports rumours of haddock smuggling and the end of the oil boom. With Tony Wilkinson. Producer Julian Hale. Stereo (R)
Patricia Hewitt of the Institute for
Public Policy Research; The Rt Hon Nigel Lawson , QC, MP;
John O'Sullivan , editor of the US magazine, National Review; and The Rt Hon Dr David Owen , MP.
From Mersham, Surrey. Chair Jonathan Dimbleby Producer Anna Carragher
Act Two: Giselle is dead. Myrthe, Queen of the Wilis, climbs up on point to claim Giselle as one of her band of avenging spirits.
Hilarion and Albrecht are their chosen victims, condemned to dance to death ...
Producer Richard Bannerman Stereo
Soloists Fiona Brockway:
with Bill Wallis ,
David Tate , Sally Grace and Royce Mills
Script Barry Atkins. Peter Baynham. Simon Bullivant.
Mike Coleman. Michael Dines , Robert Linford. Bill Matthews. Ged Parsons. Oleh Stepaniuk. Peter Hickey and others Producer Sioned Wiliam
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