by Mark Power.
Director Adrian Bean
Producer Clive Brill. Stereo
A musical panel game in which John Amis and Frank Muir challenge Ian Wallace and Denis Norden.
In the chair
Devised by Tony Shryane and Edward J Mason Questions Steve Race Producer Richard Edis Stereo
And the Band Played On Five plays to hum to. 5: Fire by Peter Thomson.
It is 1969: Arthur Brown , the Divine Light,
Stonehenge, magic mushrooms.... and Justin. Claire 's introduction to life outside boarding-school proves rather overwhelming.
Director Caroline Raphael Stereo
The Unpleasantness at the Bellona Club by Dorothy L Sayers adapted in sixepisodes by Chris Miller.
With Ian Carmichael
1: Armistice Night
Producer Simon Brett (R)
Six talks for Lent in which people who would not describe themselves as Christians, or who belong to another faith, reflect on the meaning of their lives in the context of the story of Jesus. What do they make of the Easter story?
5: Abandoned by God
'My God, my God, why have you forsaken me?' Rabbi Hugo Gryn , from his experience of the Nazi concentration camps, reflects on hope and the limits of despair. Producer Stephen Oliver BBC Wales
Author Mario Vargas Llosa publishes his latest novel in the month he stands as candidate for the presidency of Peru; painter Terry Frost celebrates his 75th birthday; and Peter Maxwell Davies has his 'musicfest'.
With Christopher Cook. Producer Julian Coleman Stereo (Revised repeat tomorrow at 4.45pm
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