from St Tysul's Church,
Llandysul, Dyfed, with the Rev Roy Jenkins and Cor Siambr Dyffryn Teifi. Come, Let Us Join Our
Cheerful Songs (Nativity); Matthew 6, w 16-21;
Eiddo'r Cyfryw Rai ; Take My Life (Nottingham).
Organist Stephen Pilkington. Director of Music
with Jenni Murray.
(Revised repeat at 7.20pm LW) Serial:
Northanger Abbey by Jane Austen.
The sixth of 15 episodes read by Juliet Stevenson. Abridged by Ann Rees Jones Editors Clare Selerie and Sally Feldman
In Giles Cooper's play, John Ebony, a keen new teacher, is informed by his sinister young charges that they have murdered his predecessor.
Director Richard Wortley (Stereo)
Cuthbun (a clever little boy):
Cloistermouth (a good little boy):
Orris (a boy who is good at French):
Bungabine (a buffoon of a boy):
Unman (a tiresome boy):
Lipstrob (a lout of a boy):
Aggeridge (an athletic boy):
Terhew (an interesting boy):
Wittering (a wretched little boy):
Trinik (a fly boy):
The second of six programmes. Cruella De Ville was an outcast and a victim of her upbringing, according to
Tony Slattery , who defends the villainess of Dodie Smith 's book The Hundred and One Dalmatians against Clive Anderson 's cross-examination.
Producer Kate Boston
Private Tuition by Mr Bose by Anita Desai. The baby needs milk and clothes, so Mr Bose 's evening lessons must continue - even for such pupils as Upneeta with her ruby earrings and shaming laughter....
Read by Sam Dastor. Producer Sarah Kilgarriff
with Michael Rosen. From gymslips and glue-sniffing to stink bombs and skateboards - how have school stories altered since the days of Jennings and Bunter? Corinne Julius talks to Anthony Buckeridge , ValBiermanand Robert Leeson. Producer Jill Burridge
The Key to My Father's House
When the Scud missiles of Saddam Hussein start to fall on Jerusalem, George, with an Arab mother and a British father, has to decide where his true loyalties lie. Written by Leslie Stewart.
Director Philip Martin. Stereo
The fifth of six talks by John Williams based on his prison journals.
"Strangeways is in flames. A part of my history disintegrating. The cells in which I lived and made love burnt and gutted...." Producer Chris Paling Stereo
The Last Days of William Shakespeare byVladyKociancich.
The sixth of ten episodes read by Edward De Souza and Joanna Myers.
Translated by Margaret Jull Costa Abridged by Patrick Carroll Producer Janet Whitaker
Classic comedy from the 70s with John Cleese , Tim Brooke-Taylor , Graeme Garden , Bill Oddie , David Hatch and Jo Kendall. Producers David Hatch and John Cassels
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