Introduced by Christine Morgan from East
Jerusalem, following the story of Jesus during this eventful Holy Week. Reading: Mark 11, w
27-33; Mark 12, w 13-17; My song is love unknown (Love unknown, BBC HB 84); My Lord, you wore no royal crown (Splendour); When I survey (Rockingham, BBC HB 97)
Director of Music
Claire Campbell-Smith Organist Elizabeth Roloff
by Carolyn Sally Jones.
Producer and director Clive Brill. Stereo
A musical panel game. John Amis and Frank Muir challenge Ian Wallace and Denis Norden.
In the chair Steve Race. Devised by Tony Shryane and Edward J Mason Questions Steve Race
Producer Richard Edis. Stereo
What's it like to have a right-on mother?
Kate Figes and Abigail Thaw , the daughters of influential feminists Eva Figes and Sally Alexander , discuss their radical upbringing.
Presenter Jenni Murray. Serial: Coming First (9) (Details as yesterday)
The Unpleasantness at the Bellona Club by Dorothy L Sayers adapted in six episodes by Chris Miller.
With Ian Carmichael. 2: The General's last evening
Producer Simon BrettTR )
A File on 4 special. As the British
Government hosts an international summit on drug abuse, Helen Boaden investigates police targeting of London's most sensitive housing estates.
How likely is it that they could become the centre of a US-style cocaine/crack epidemic? Research Alison Cook Editor John Drury BBC North
Last of six Lenten talks. Injustice Forgiven
'Father, forgive them, for they know not what they do.'
Hazhir Teimourian ,
The Times's Middle East specialist, reflects on the possibility of forgiveness. Producer Iwan Russell-Jones BBC Wales
The accordion is usually identified with folk bands or flirting in France. Not for young performer James Crabb , who brings his accordion to the studio; and Carey Harrison 's ambitious new project for radio.
With Michael Berkeley. Producer John Goudie. Stereo
In the Red Kitchen by Michele Roberts abridged in ten episodes by Yvonne Antrobus. Reader
Sue Jones-Davies. 1: Is Flora Milk a madwoman, a charlatan or, as she claims, a medium?
Producer Alison Hindell BBC Wales
Nick Baker meets four lone campaigners. 1: Bob Borzello has written more than a thousand letters to the Press Council complaining about racist and sexist reporting in British newspapers.
Producer John Watkins (R)
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