Who Would True Valour See (Monks Gate); Almighty and Everlasting God (Gibbons); Mark 4, w 35-41; I Weave a Silence (Luff); Lead Us, Heavenly Father, Lead Us (Mannheim, BBC HB 307). Director of Music Timothy Dean.
A nine-part series with Dylan Winter and horses Rocky and Roland on an American adventure -
2.000 miles along the Oregon trail. 6: Pedal-power across the desert, jackalopes and a dead skunk in the middle of the road. Producer Bnan King. Stereo
Presenter Jenni Murray. Vampires, ghosts, hidden secrets and terrible truths - the world of the Gothic novel is gloriously teased by Jane Austen. What are its origins and its legacy today?
(Revised repeat at 7.20pm LW) Serial:
Northanger Abbey (7)
The Quick, the Dead and the Undecided
Starkey has always been the perfect butler. But recently, his standards have been slipping - to a dangerous degree.
A comedy by R Jones.
Director Jane Dauncey Stereo
A six-part adaptation of Barbara Pym 's novel. 5: TheFabergeEgg
A time of turmoil. Spring is in the air and Wilmet meets Piers in the park.
Wilf Bason has something to hide. Mary Beamish makes an amazing revelation.
Adapted by Elizabeth Proud Producer Sioned Wiliam Stereo
An inquest may be the only time a bereaved family learns the full facts of a controversial death. But are coroners' courts equipped to cope with such investigations? Reporter Caroline Beck. Producer Liz Carney
The recent spate of sectarian murders in Northern Ireland has shocked everyone. In the light of this continued violence, Barry Cuncliffe talks to Roy Foster ,
Professor of Irish History at Oxford University, about the changing face of the Irish Republican Army since the 19th century. And, as complaints from customers of British
Telecom continue to rise, Brian Gear examines the impact of the telephone and how people's attitudes to it have altered.
News, views and information for people with a visual handicap. Presented by Tony Barringer.
Producer Thena Heshel
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