A dramatisation of the last words of Christ.
With Paula Wilcox
Jonathan Pryce ,
Roy Marsden , Anna Massey Stuart Harrison and St
Philip's Choir, Norbury. Written by David Runcorn Music Robert Prizeman
Producer Juli Wills. Stereo
A Wartime Love Story A young officer imprisoned by the Japanese writes daily to Adeline, the woman he hopes to marry. But the letters, scribbled secretly in an army signals book, cannot be sent until the war ends. Reader Anthony Hyde. Producer Kate Fenton Stereo (R)
How well are children with disabilities represented in children's books?
Kathleen Griffin talks to children, authors and to Beverley Mathias ,
Director of the National
Library for the Handicapped Child. Producer Jill Burridge
With Ruth Wishart.
The fourth special Back to the Future edition, offering help and advice to women who wish to return to work after a career break, focuses on money. How do you budget effectively?
How will you operate when you have a job? What are the hidden costs of returning to work?
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Howards End by E M Forster dramatised in four parts by Jeffrey Segal.
With Joanne Pearce
2: Margaret's friendship with Mrs Wilcox has been blossoming.
But death in the family causes suspicion and separation.
Director Caroline Raphael Stereo (R)
Agricultural West Wales is voting on Sunday drinking, but one family has been barred from
Chapel - for reading from the Bible. The
Carmarthen Journal reports on the English invasion of the villages. With Tony Wilkinson. Producer Julian Hale Stereo (R)
Louis Blom-Cooper , Chairman of the Press Council;
Edwina Currie , MP; Ann Taylor , MP; and The Most Rev and Rt . Hon John Habgood , Archbishop of York, tackle the issues raised in Askham Grange Prison, York. Chairman
Producer Anna Carragher
Coming to Griff
Technical adroitness yet emotional truth; precision timing yet reckless spontaneity. Griff Rhys Jones talks to Paul Allen about the serious business of comic acting. Producer Julian May
The meditations of Mary on Good Friday night, with Sister Hilda, OSB, of Stanbrook Abbey,
Worcester, followed at
11.30 by The Office of Compline with seasonal choral music from The
Oratory, Birmingham. Drop, drop slow tears (Gibbons); 0 salutaris hostia (Elgar);
They are at rest
(Elgar); Nolo mortem peccatoris (Morley); A Litany (Walton).
Aldwyn Consort of Voices Director Jonathan Gibbs BBC Pebble Mill. Stereo
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