NEW series following the triumphs and tragedies of a small
Hampshire rural community. 1: The search for the ghost of Jenkyn Place begins. Presented by Nigel Farrell.
Producer Chris Paling
Iphigenia by Rosemary Southey. 'Zeus would consider withdrawing sanctions if he was to receive the sacrifice of a nice, healthy young female - and guess who drew the short straw?' Read by Blythe Duff. Producer Bruce Young
Breathe on Me, Breath of God (Trentham, BBC HB 148); Ephesians 4, w 1-6, w 11-13; Come, Holy
Ghost, Creator, Come 0
Dowland); Father, Lord of All Creation (Abbot's Leigh). Director of Music Paul Joslin. Stereo
With Jenni Mills.
Gigolos, walkers, escorts - how does the single woman find a partner when the invitation says 'and friend'?
Short story: Pear Tree Dance by Elizabeth Jolley.
Read by Madge Ryan. Abridged by Sally Skrimshire
The Hunchback of Notre Dame
Victor Hugo 's tale of doomed love and the fear of sorcery, in five parts. 1: The Feast of Fools
Paris, 4 January 1482.
Music by Philip Pickett , Tom Finucane and Stephen Henderson.
Translated by John Sturrock Dramatised by Catherine L Czerkawska
Director Marilyn Imrie. Stereo
Simon Hoggart and his fellow columnists take a quizzical took at life. This week's contributors receive nil points for noticing that this is the anniversary of the first
Eurovision Song Contest. Producer Brian King
Brian has some depressing news for Betty Tucker.
Written by Graham Harvey
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