Thou Art The Way (St
James, BBC HB 338); John 11, w 1-4; vv 17-27; I Will Mention The Loving
Kindness Of The Lord
(Sullivan); Christ Is The World's True Light
(Darmstadt). BBC Singers directed by Barry Rose.
What do we really feel about the people we do not choose but are expected to love and live with? 3: Siblings Can sibling rivalry lead to deep meaningful relationships in later life, and should we even care? Reporter Anne Brown. Producer Lucy Lunt. Stereo
Evelyn Waugh 's novel dramatised in six parts. 4: Paul Pennyfeather becomes engaged to a member of high society and Grimes turns up again.
Adapted by Jeremy Front
Producer Lissa Evans. Stereo
The conclusion of Gilly Fraser 's two-part serial set in Hessle Road, Hull, once the heart of the fishing community. Kelly is in Iceland and Thora and Hilda are learning to cope without her.
Music composed and played by Anthea Gomez.
Director Sue Wilson. Stereo
Aud, the deep-minded:
Six villages lost in the 20th Century. Sean Street tells the story of their demise with the help of men and women who used to live in them.
On the shores of Loch Fyne , Scotland, is the concrete shell of a village that was expected to bring prosperity to the area.
Producer Felicity Goodall. Stereo
Mark Steyn is at the films of the week including John Carpenter 's thriller
Memoirs of an Invisible
Man and Europa, Europa; there's a report from the Cannes Film Festival; and the writing of Angus Wilson is republished as his novel Anglo-Saxon Attitudes is adapted for TV.
Producer John Goudie. Stereo (Revised repeat at 9.30pm)
The Escape Club by Vicky Barlow
"She could feel the power to invent her own world growing again. Would writing ever provide the key to real freedom or just to the imaginary variety?" Read by Sue Jenkins. Producer Gillian Hush
John Waite returns with a new series in which he and his team of investigators peer under official carpets, behind company smoke-screens and through bureaucratic red tape on the trail of your complaints. Editor Graham Ellis .WRITE to: Face the Facts, Broadcasting House. London W1A 1AA
The third of four programmes by Roderick Graham to celebrate the life of Sydney Smith.
Robert Lang plays the man of whom George III said "he is undoubtedly a very clever fellow but he will never be a Bishop".
Director Jane Morgan. Stereo
Lord John Russell:
Going public is one of the great temptations for any company, and they're queueing up to do it at the moment. Stock market investors get a chance to buy the shares, and the company's owners suddenly become seriously rich. But is going public really such a good idea? And why have some big companies turned tail, and retreated back into private ownership? Peter Day investigates in the last programme of the series. Producer Melanie Fanstone
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