Two programmes in which Ted Allbeury , thriller writer and former intelligence officer, reflects on spies and spying with the help of the BBC Sound
1: Fact and Fiction
Producer Mark Savage. Stereo
from St Anne's Cathedral, Belfast. Led by the Rev Dr Robert Tosh, with the choir of Grosvenor High School, conducted by Ronald Lee.
Of the Father's Heart Begotten; Isaiah 9, vv 2-7; Hark a Thrilling Voice.
Service led by:
The Rev. Dr Robert
Choir of Grosvenor High
Simon Rae introduces your poetry requests, with readers Emma Fielding and Damian Jennings , winners of this year's BP Speak a Poem competition. And today's guest, Betty Mulcahy , talks about the reading of poetry. Producer Susan Roberts. Stereo
When Albert absconds with money left in his minicab by a passenger, Det Sgt Hardie leads the pursuit. Over the radio late at night, pursuer and fugitive develop a surprising kinship.
By Barry Wasserman and Patrick Carroll.
Director Ned Chaillet. Stereo (R)
Girl at ferry:
Carol has a crush on Mr Bean , her tutor in mythology. When his wife leaves him, Carol is convinced he's going mad. Especially when he finds a rock that he says has magic powers ... Written by Jonathan Wolfman.
Director Andy Jordan. Stereo
Sheba, the dog:
Prof Sogolowitch/Tommy, the dog:
Dr Zoltan Frankl now lives in north London, a successful career as a Harley Street surgeon behind him. But as a young Jewish doctor, he was swept up in the horrors of the Nazi occupation of Hungary. He survived three concentration camps where he helped save lives, but after the war his troubles were not over. Producers Claire Randall and Piers Plowright
The first of two programmes featuring songs on the subject of parents and children, adults and childhood.
Performers: Tim Brown , Janice Cramer ,
Robert Cushman and Brenda Longman. Piano Colin Sell.
With Alan Grahame and Brian Brocklehurst. Producer
Jonathan James-Moore . Stereo (R)
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