Introit: The Greatness of God (A Virgin Unspotted); 0 Worship the Lord (Was Lebet,BBCHB267);
When to the Temple Mary Went (Eccard); The Lord of Life and Glory (Zu
Bethlehem geborem). Director of Music
Six programmes in which June Knox-Mawer goes in search of memories of the British in the South Pacific. 4: Putting down Roots Beachcombers, traders and planters - many of them highly eccentric.... Producer Julian Hale Stereo
with Jenni Murray.
Why did Thackeray write about the "oniony" knife?
Who invented "bedroomy" eyes? Nancy Durham discovers why we add
"-y" to the end of words.
(Revised repeat at 7.20pm LW) Serial: Occasion for Loving (4)
Part of Radio 4's Northern Lights festival. John Franklin's 1820 trek across northern Canada has been called "the most horrible on human record". The obsession with finding the North West Passage from the Atlantic to the Pacific drove him and his companions to superhuman feats of endurance.
Written and narrated by John Keay.
and narrated by John
A five-part series by Jennifer Phillips. 2: A Tasty Motor
Eddie, the "controller", finds Angela, the new owner of the dodgy car business, appallingly honest. But there's another complication, apart from love in the air-what has Frenchie done to Angela's Peugeot?
Director Richard Wortley Stereo
A File on 4 documentary. Police guidelines for high-speed car chases were rewritten two years ago after a series of accidents in which innocent people were killed. But are they working? Gerry Northam investigates recent accidents and asks if new rules are being broken. Producer Andrew Smith
More than 120 million people visit the Alps to climb, ski and admire the scenery. David Bean traces the development of the area as a playground back to the Victorians.
Readers Renny Krupinski , Malcolm Raeburn ,
Ann Rye, Geoffrey Wheeler. Producer Gillian Hush. Stereo
For people with a visual handicap, presented by TonyBarringer.
Producer Thena Heshel
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