led by Alastair Simmons. A Christian community in Sussex celebrates God's gift of freedom in prayer and song. Reading: Isaiah 58, vv 1, 3b-9a, "Is not this the fast I choose: to let the oppressed go free."
with Sally Magnusson. How do you get rid of moths? Libby Spurrier compares traditional methods with the new technology.
Serial: Letters from Constance by Mary Hocking.
The fourth of 13 episodes read by Sarah Badel. Abridged by Monica Grey. Editors Clare Selerie and Sally Feldman
Midlands, the West and the North. Margery Elliott (retired music teacher); David Mortimer (tax manager);
Henry Boettinger (international telecommunications consultant).
Producer Richard Edis. Stereo
The first English settlement in Virginia is the setting for
Mick Mangan 's story of Ben Mellors , a man appalled by the colonial mentality. His friendship with the captive princess Pocahontas triggers his defection to the Indians - with tragic consequences.
Director Dave Sheasby Stereo
Natalie Wheen views the soaring creations of Steve Brockett , kite artist, and sees the rising of Phoenix, a new play about Germany and jazz. Her guest is
Barry Guy , composer and bass player.
Producer Julian May. Stereo (Revised repeat at 9.15pm)
From the age of ten, Gail has been running away ... Michael Wall 's play adapted and revised by Lizzie Slater. Director Peter Kavanagh Stereo
Gail (aged 10):
Gail (aged 18):
Gail (aged 45):
An eight-part adaptation of Choderlos de Laclos' novel. Starring Diana Rigg. Part 5
Translated by F W K Stone Abridges by Polly Coles
Director Clive Brill. Stereo
Marquise de Merteuil:
Vicomte de Valmont:
Madame de Tourvel:
Cede de Volanges:
Madame de Volanges:
Madame de Rosemonde:
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