Rome Pilgrimage A service held in the Basilica di San Paolo, where St Paul is said to be buried.
Canon Noel Vincent leads the prayers and reflects on the life of Paul, "apostle to the nations".
Jesus Shall Reign Where'er the Sun (Truro, BBC HB 460); Romans 8, vv 26-39; Go Ye Now in Peace; Love Divine, All Loves
Excelling (Blaenwem). Organist Paul Joslin. Director of Music
Claire Campbell Smith.
I A three part series. 1: Taking Account. Twenty-two-year old tax collector Stella Baylis battles through an Operation Raleigh selection weekend. Will she be chosen to go on an expedition in Chile? Producer Belinda Cherrington
If I Could Talk to the Animals Helen finds solace in the company of a koala at London Zoo at least once a week. George has been visiting an orang utan for thirty years, and for keeper Brian "elephants always come first". The zoo is a shrine where many go to worship, to learn, or simply to talk to the animals - and at times the animals seem to be talking back. Reporter John Dryden. Producer Chris Paling Stereo
Robert Dawson-Scott reports on the Royal Opera House production of Wagner's The Flying Dutchman, and a new biography of James Joyce ; and talks to film-maker Peter Symes.
Producer Beaty Rubens. Stereo (Revised repeat at 9.30pm)
Silver by George Mackay Brown. "Come up to the farm
Thursday morning," Anna whispered. "You'll get your chain back then, and something to go with it far more precious, precious." Read by Forbes Masson.
Michelene Wandor 's six-part dramatisation of Sara Paretsky 's novel.
6: No One is Lucky Forever
V I has unmasked
Archbishop O'Faolin as the voice on the phone.
Director Janet Whitaker. Stereo
"Here in South Africa, we're on a rollercoaster.
We must buckle up, hang on and hope that the train doesn't leave the tracks."
Carol Alexander is a wealthy socialite whose lifestyle and home reflect the terror of civil violence and unchecked crime sweeping the country. Reporter
Noreen Alexander. Producer Nick Clarke
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