God Is Love, Let Heav'n
Adore Him (Alleluia, BBC HB 7); Richard DeCastre 's Prayer to Jesus (Terry);
Psalm 32, vv 1-7; You Are My Hiding Place (Ledner); Jesu, Lover of My Soul (Aberystwyth, BBC HB 145). Director of Music Timothy Dean.
Annette Kobak invites six travellers to reflect on a journey.
4: Sylvia Kennedy , undaunted by the threat of cholera and war in the Gulf, takes her three small sons to Morocco. Reader Elizabeth Bell. Producer Kate McAII. Stereo
Official condemnation of the privatisation of the People's Health Service is tempered slightly when the diplomats study the proposals more closely. Cheap facelifts and hair transplants for embassy staff.... Isn't there something to be said for the concept after all?
Shadows in the Doorway
In Peppy Barlow's play about reincarnation, a single parent in present-day England is transported to another life in 12th-century France, where she meets a woman in a similar predicament.
Director Cherry Cookson Stereo
At school Carol Jeffrey was always asking questions. The rest of her life she spent trying to answer them.
A pioneer of the child guidance movement and a Jungian therapist, she retired from clinical practice last year - aged 93. In conversation with Chris Barlas , she talks of her work with children so abused or frightened, they had given up speaking. Producer Joy Hatwood
Reviews of Muriel Spark 's autobiography Curriculum Vitae and Jane McLoughlin 's romantic thriller Coincidence.
Gill Pyrah reports on the Turner Prize shortlist.
Producer Jerome Weatherald
(Revised repeat at 9.15pm)
Culture Shock by Anne Hay.
"It was bad enough being an au pair to a difficult three-year-old. But I was also expected to be argument referee, adultery alibi (for Madame) and private detective (for Monsieur)."
Read by Wendy Seager. Producer David Jackson Young
starring Tom Miles and Rob Millner , with special guests Jim Tavare , Jonathan Cecil and Flaminia Cinque.
Half-an-hour of comedy and music in which the classics are mangled beyond recovery.
Producer Harry Thompson. Stereo
The Welsh mining village of Maerdy was known as the last working pit in the Rhondda until it closed in 1990. Yet, during the 1920s and 30s Maerdy was notorious as a dangerous hotbed of Communism. In their struggle against poverty and injustice the miners were led by a former preacher, Arthur Homer , who spread the word of revolution. The miners who led dramatic confrontations with the pit owners, the chapel and the police recall the days when Das Kapital replaced the Bible.
Reporter Brian James. Producer Alastair Wilson
The series in which
Stephen Pile investigates the strange case of Britain today.
3: Is There Life after Fleet Street?
What has been lost and what has been gained by the death of the "Street of Shame"? Risking sclerosis of the liver, Stephen Pile sets out to discover whether sober journalists can write interesting newspapers.
Producer Anne-Marie Cole
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