Introit: The Kingdom of the World; "Thy Kingdom Come!" on Bended Knee
(Irish, BBC HB 28); Isaiah 58, w 1-12 and 14b; Song of God, 0 Lord Jesus Christ; Almighty Father,
Who for Us Thy Son Didst Give (Annue Christe).
BBC Singers, directed by Simonjoly.
A six-part series written by Peter Ling and Juliet Ace. 5: Caro comes face to face with a figure from the past and finally finds happiness.
Director Tracey Neale. Stereo
Alice, Lady Minster:
William, Lord Minster:
Beatrice, Dowager Countess:
Hon Nicholas Gaunt:
Hon MrsJenny Gaunt:
Lady Caroline Gaunt:
Helen has been murdered. She travels back through her life to find out what has brought her to this moment. Written by Sarah Woods.
Savi's song composed and played by David Harvey. Director Claire Grove. Stereo
Christopher Cook concludes his search in the BBC Sound Archives to discover something of the great figures of the past through the memories of those who were fortunate enough to meet them. Producer John Knight
Brian Sibley is at the week's new films, including
Kenneth Branagh 's Dead Again, David Mamet 's Homicide and the controversial American film Boyz 'N' the Hood. Moliere's Tartuffe, directed by Peter Hall , opens, and a new exhibition in Glasgow evokes Spirits of the Forest. Producer Beaty Rubens. Stereo (Revised repeat at 9.30pm)
As part of the Young
Playwrights' Festival 1991, the third of five stories.
Incident at the Heron House
David Taylor 's story, set in America's deep South, describes the life of Travis and his strange obsession with the old ranch.
Read by Colin Stinton. Producer Duncan Minshull
Grapes of Wrath
Britons drink four billion pounds worth of wine a year - but only one fifth of one per cent is English. The British Government and the EC have radical plans for wine in Europe. Will their ideas wither English wine on the vine? Peter Day and Roger White investigate.
Producer Stephen Chilcott. Stereo
Last of six programmes in which journalists remember the first faltering steps they took in their careers. The Man from the MG
In 1953, writer
Anthony Smith was an impoverished would-be author living off a seven pound tin of honey in a London basement. Then came the call ...
Producer Caroline Adams
As part of the Young
Playwrights' Festival 1991. Yoruba Girl Dancing by Simi Bedford.
The first of five parts read by Adjoa Andoh.
Remi, a young Nigerian girl, comes to England where her irrepressible personality helps her to adapt, but not without change to herself.
Abndged by Margaret Busby Producer David Hunter
Ellen Wilkinson - tiny, dynamic, determined - was the charismatic MP for Jarrow and Minister of Education in Attlee's 1945 Cabinet. John Mapplebeck marks the centenary of her birth this month with the help of those who remember her.
Producer Gillian Hush
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