A week of pilgrimage to sites of religious significance in Ireland.
Today: St Patrick's Church, Saul, County Down.
Conducted by the Rev Dr Robert Tosh.
0 Lord of Creation; Acts
16, w 6-10; Christ Be with Me; 0 King of Heaven, My Pride Forgive.
Jenni Murray celebrates the launch of Operation 2000, a new initiative to encourage women into the boardroom; and talks to Princess Michael of Kent about courtesans and kings.
Serial: Saint Maybe by Anne Tyler. The 11th of 20 episodes read by Garrick Hagon.
Princess Michael of
The second in a six-part series celebrating 150 years of Punch magazine. Featuring Leslie Phillips , Michael Jayston ,
Angela Thorne and Eve Matheson. Presenter Simon Hoggart. Adapted by Bill Matthews
Producer Diane Messias. Stereo
Part of the Furniture with Adrian Edmondson. In Trevor Lloyd's play, a man comes to rent a room - somewhere quiet and airless and with a landlady who won't interfere. But what does he want it for?
Director Janet Whitaker. Stereo and at 3.00
A serious comedy by Paul Boakye. When Mrs Foots meets talkative Mrs Pryce after the funeral of an old friend, she can't wait to get away. Mrs Pryce , however, has other ideas.
Director Nandita Ghose. Stereo
Robert Dawson-Scott 's guests include director Clare Venables , talking about her new operatic venture; an insider's view of the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra is revealed in a new exhibition; and M S Power's latest novel explores the controversial subject of Northern Ireland.
Producer Mike Greenwood. Stereo (Revised repeatat 9.30pm;
The World, the Flesh and the Devil
In Gary Mitchell 's play,
Tommy and Betty Wright are a young couple with Dallas-type notions of lifestyle. Borrowing the money to pay for this involves them with the local loan sharks, and brings them face to face with violence on the streets.
Director Pam Brighton. Stereo and at 8.45
AfrogothPart2 Yemanja and Leroy are trapped by the evil vampire. With the help of spirits, incantations, love and a pet falcon, can they overcome and kill the evil racist spirit?
Written by Peter Kalu.
Director Frances Anne Solomon
In just one night, fantasising blind detective Jack Dunroody becomes a sex starlet's lover and her husband's murderer. And that's without doing or seeing anything....
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