I'm Keeping an Eye on You, Ella by Fred Urquhart.
When octogenarian Ella meets an old flame in the supermarket, her life is set to change dramatically. Read by Siobhan Redmond.
Producer David Jackson Young
Father, Hear the Prayer We Offer (Sussex, BBC HB 352); Ephesians 6, w 10-20; May God Draw Near (Czech); Soldiers of Christ. Arise (From
Strength to Strength, BBC HB 365).
Director of Music
Alan Wilson. Stereo
The untold story of the Methodist millionaire who made his money in flour, set out to convert the nation through the cinema screen, and ended up funding the British film industry through its golden years. Presented by Bernard Jackson.
Producer Michael Wakelin Stereo
This week Sheila Dillon visits the West Midlands. She'll be sampling cuisine from Norman recipes, pies which used to delight Clive of India, and Balti - once unknown beyond north-west Pakistan, now the favourite dish of Brummies.
Producer Marie Helly
2: Don Juan
Mysterious events during a performance of Mozart's opera Don Giovanni. with Fraser Kerr , Mark Straker and Andrew Wincott.
Written by Christopher Cook.
With music by Mozart.
Producer John Powell. Stereo
The strange usher:
Tim Marlow is at the major exhibition of fashion photography at the Victoria and Albert Museum , and at the first night of Peter Hall 's new production of Shakespeare's Twelfth Night.
Producer Tony Phillips. Stereo
This week's panel:
Mary Kaldor , Senior Fellow, Science Policy
Research Unit, University of Sussex and a member of the European Nuclear Disarmament
Co-ordinating Committee; George Robertson , MP, Labour Party Spokeman on Foreign Affairs; William Wallace ,
Fellow of St Anthony's College, Oxford. From Andover.
Jonathan Dimbleby. Producer Anna Carragher
Scribbling in the Dark Paul Allen finds out what drives some men and women into the theatre every night, from which they emerge with a clear view and a deadline to meet. They are the critics, that band of scribblers whose opinions can affect the livelihoods of actors and the careers of writers. How do they remain fresh, how easily do they put the boot in, and why is theatre so important to them? Stereo
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