Introit: Christ Be with Me; Lord, Thy Word Abideth (Ravenshaw, BBCHB 190); Luke 6. w 37-49; I Am Thine,
0 Save Me (S S Wesley); Jesu, Guide Our Way (Seelenbrautigam, BBC HB 144).
BBC Singers, directed by Barry Rose. Stereo
The 11th of 12 short stories by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle
One of the most priceless possessions of the Empire has been stolen, but the crisp February snow helps Holmes discover the thief.
Sir Arthur Conan
Dr John Watson:
Sir George Burnwell:
'Whispering' Ted Lowe places Dilly Barlow on cue for a shot at the contents of a snooker ball. Producer Viv Black
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Three programmes in which Clive Langmead joins crews who are not necessarily seasoned sailors but. for extraordinary reasons, are aU in the same boat.
1: Hern Fever
The annual herring hunt at Annalong in Co Down. Producer Penny Afzal
Nigel Andrews picks the films of the week, including The Grifters, directed by Stephen Frears ; investigates the complicated reasons behind the naming of films; and goes backstage at the Royal Ballet as it prepares for
Kenneth MacMillan 's new ballet, Winter Dreams.
Producer Julian May
The comedy show in which guests are taken on a literary mystery tour.
This week Sarah Dunant , Fleur Adcock and Digby Fairweather try to uncover spooky goings-on during a weekend in the country - with apologies to Noël Coward.
In the chair Jenni Murray. Also starring
Spontaneous Combustion. Producer Mary Sharp
A royal mausoleum in the heart of London - that is
Westminster Abbey. And it is this week's starting point for Malcolm Billings and Jonathan Riley-Smith as they reach the 13th century in their search for the English. In architecture, in education - and in the English love of claret - it was a time when the Middle Ages flowered.
Music by Steven Faux , performed by the Dufay Collective.
Producer Christopher Stone Stereo
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