Walking in a Garden (Dun Aluinn); Comes Mary to the Grave (Church Close); Luke 7, vv 36-48; Jesus, I Know You Came (Dafred); I Heard the Voice of Jesus Say (Kingsfold, BBC HB 143). Director of Music Barry Rose.
A three-part series in which Debbie Thrower meets people who work in a partnership almost as close as a marriage. 3: Keeping House for Father For centuries, Catholic priests have employed housekeepers. Twenty years ago, Hazel van Overstraeten became Father Gerald Flood 's housekeeper in Biggin Hill. But she doesn't just cook - she has become his pastoral assistant. Producer Emma Kingsley Stereo
The Letters of Paul:
Galatians to Thessalonians Timothy West reads the first of eight episodes from the Revised English Bible. Introduced by Professor Frances Young. 1: Galatians.
Abridged by Anthony Kearey Producer Christine Morgan
From Blake's Seven to the classical stage - actress Josette Simon talks to Jenni Murray.
Serial: Letters From
Constance by Mary Hocking.
The first of 13 episodes read by Sarah Badel.
Constance's correspondence with her friend Sheila takes them from leaving school in 1939 through their respective marriages, their children and grandchildren, to the death of one of them nearly half a century later.
Abridged by Monica Grey
Music: Mayer!'s Jill All Alone
Yes, Madam! The Empire's favourite weekly is back on the shelves! The first of four lovingly hand-tooled issues of this acclaimed comedy series awaits your collection - this one a bumper summer edition.
With Susie Brann , Alistair McGowan , Mary Elliot -
Nelson, Julian Dutton and Peter Baynham.
Producer Sarah Smith. Stereo
A series of three plays by Catherine Czerkawska.
1: Salt Sea Strawberries. The year is 1905. The fisherfolk (the Creelers) of the Ayrshire village of Dunure sell their harvest in the village of Maybole where the bootmakers (the Peggers) live and work. Socially, the two communities are not good neighbours.
Incidental music by John McCusker
Director Hamish Wilson. Stereo
"The ordinary French kiss on both cheeks did not satisfy them, and it terminated on their lips!" So wrote
Richard Humphreys , a Hampstead pharmacist aged 74, who stuffed his Edwardian hiker's diaries with picture postcards to remind him of his innocent amours with the beautiful girls of rural France. Andrew Sachs returns to his old haunts in NW3 on the trail of this incurable romantic. With
Michael Hordem as Richard Humphreys and Nigel Hawthorne as Arthur Keating.
Produced and adapted by Gwyn Richards. Stereo
In the week that the film
Beethoven opens, Nigel Andrews examines the roles of dogs on screen. Plus reviews of the Screenplay series on BBC2 and the Alvin Ailey Dance Company on a rare visit. Producer Belinda Sample Stereo
(Revised repeat at 9.15pm)
The Judgement of Paris by Leonard Merrick.
Robichon and Quinquart were the most acclaimed comic actors in Paris and suitors for the same lady. How would she choose between them?
Read by Geoffrey Beevers. Producer Matthew Walters
When Jamaican writer
Elean Thomas married the "fearless advocate"
Lord Tony Gifford , he was declared a class traitor and so was she. What chance has a union between a black working-class woman with entrenched
Marxist views and a member of the British aristocracy really got?
Corrine Sweet talks to the couple at their home in Jamaica about their unusual relationship. Producer Mohini Patel
Ray Gosling takes a personal look at famous High Street traders who combine profits with principles.
2: Walking the Aisles with Albert Gubay who invented Kwiksave with the idea that shoppers should have cheap groceries - no shelves or carpets, just well-known brands.
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