Have Faith in God, My
Heart (Doncaster, BP 28); Psalm 34, vv 11-18: James 3, vv 1-5, 13-18; God Be In My Head (
Walford Davies ); May The Mind of Christ My Saviour (St Leonard's).
The BBC Singers, directed by Barry Rose.
Most people who go to work are conscientious, industrious and loyal. Not the ones in this series, though. Frank talk about the other side of working life, with Clare Mclntyre as Dr Kirsty McProtkin. 3: Perks and Pranks. Written by Nick Baker. Producer Fiona Couper Stereo
A six-part adaptation of the 60s novel by Margaret Forster.
3: Fairy Wedding
Jos and Meredith are getting married, so it will all end happily ever after. There's just one little problem they don't really like each other. But James likes Georgy, and he's still waiting for an answer to his wicked proposal.
Adapted by Joe Dunlop
Music played by David Chilton and Dave Swift.
Director Adrian Bean. Stereo
A trilogy of plays by Humphrey Carpenter exploring moments in the lives of three great children's writers.
3: An Expotition to the North Pole.
1914. A brain-storming weekend for the staff of Punch inspires their young deputy-editor, AA Milne , to the stirrings of a famous, immortal idea.
Director Nigel Bryant. Stereo
Offshore tax havens have become vital to drugs barons who need to launder their dirty money. To win the war on drugs these financial paradises have to be cleaned up. But can it be done while legitimate companies insist on using them for widespread tax avoidance? In a File on 4 special, Gerry Northam investigates why law enforcement agencies are fighting a losing battle.
Whit Friday in the village of Saddleworth still, uniquely, means processions, children's sports - and brass band contests. Alec Greenhalgh records the great day from early morning to very late at night. Producer Gillian Hush
Joanna Buchan presents four more collections of remarkable personal stories, first heard on Tuesday Lives.
1: Against the Odds
How Roxie White stays happy after five husbands, gaol sentences, police beatings and a life on crutches; and Anglican nun Sister Anna Hoare overcomes prejudice on the front line in Belfast. Producer Simon Elmes
Armed only with an Ordnance Survey map in one hand and a copy of The Thirty-Nine Steps in the other, Christopher Lambton sets out to retrace the path of John Buchan 's fugitive hero across the Scottish countryside. The expedition turns into a journey of discovery about the origins of the classic "shocker", with contributions en route from novelist
Frederic Lindsay , film director Don Sharp , and actor
David Rintoul - the most recent radio incarnation of Richard Hannay. The play will be broadcast next
Monday at 2.00pm.
Producer David Jackson Young Stereo (First broadcast on Radio Scotland)
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