led by Denis Nowlan from the Church of St Saviour and St Peter, Eastbourne. Tua Jesu Dilectio (Palestrina); Guide Me, O Thou Great Redeemer (Cwm Rhondda); O Come Hither (Greene); Exodus 16, w 2-8,13-15 and 31; Lord's Prayer (D Weiland); Alleluia! Sing to Jesus (Hyfrodol). Organist David M Patrick. With the Chamber Choir of St Bede's School, directed by Hilary Weiland.
Times have changed since the baddie wore black and the vamp glittered to the thigh. Now that top designers dress the stars, Cheryl Armitage investigates the new language of clothes in films.
Serial: Mansfield Park by Jane Austen.
Thel6thof20episodes read by Maria Aitken. Abridged by Meg Clarke Editor Clare Selerie
The true story of a young surgeon committed in 1823 to Bedlam accused of the attempted assassination of George IV. He never had a trial and not only might he have been innocent, he might not have been mad. Written by Terry James.
Director Janet Whitaker. Stereo
Sir David Scott:
Six programmes in which John Miller talks to eminent historians.
4: Robert Blake , former
Provost of Queen's College, Oxford, biographer of Benjamin Disraeli and author of The Conservative
Party from Peel to Thatcher. Producer John Knight
Paul Vaughan 's guests include the conductors
Roger Norrington and Odaline de la Martinez; and Judy Meewezen reports on Peter Terson 's play about the less welcome aspects of retirement.
Producer John Goudie. Stereo (Revised repeat at 9.30pm)
The Passport Officer by James Thurlby.
Harding's pressurised business life is having a strange effect on him. At the airport he thinks he is elsewhere ... the hospital? Heaven?
Read by Paul Daneman. Producer Duncan Minshull
Different backgrounds and beliefs. Different meanings for the same words. And in Alan McDonald's play, a thirst for revenge so deep it destroys everything in its way.
In the last of three programmes Simon Rae and Nicola Davies take a look at poems about night and dark and eavesdrop on new poems by young writers from Kingswood
School in Gloucestershire.
Guest poet John Agard answers the Talking Poetryquestionnaire. Producers Susan Roberts and Viv Beeby. Stereo
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