Today: Ainmouth Friary
10.30am In the Colour of Her Eyes by Helen Slavin. Read by Kevin Whately. Producer Alastair Simmons
10.45am The service, with the boys of Duchess's School, Alnwick, and the monks of the Friary.
Let All Mortal Flesh Keep Silence; He Who Would Valiant Be.
Evelyn Waugh 's satire on the American way of death, adapted in three parts.
1: Hollywood, 1947.
Failed poet/screenwriter Dennis Barlow has disgraced the English community by taking a job in a pets' cemetery.
Adapted by Bill Matthews
Producer Lissa Evans. Stereo
Sir Ambrose Abercrombie:
Sir Francis Hinsley:
Presenter Jenni Murray. Sue Margolis searches for the perfect chip. Serial: Of Such
Small Differences by Joanne Greenberg :
The relationship between deaf-blind John Moon and aspiring actress Leda. The first of 14 episodes read by Garrick Hagon. Editor Clare Selerie-Grey
Paul Vaughan meets the Furburger and Kate Crackernuts , characters in Angela Carter 's new collection of Fairy Tales; Michael Hall reviews a fairy tale in music; and the Sorrell Quartet visit the studio.
Producer Beaty Rubens
Four comic adventures written by and starring Jenny Eclair and Julie Balloo.
2: Jenny and Julie set out to paint London red. With Helen Lederer , Paul Merton and Nicholas Parsons.
Producer Sioned Wiliam. Stereo
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