John Bunyan 's allegory, adapted in 25 parts.
6: "About the midst of the Valley of the Shadow of Death I perceived the mouth of Hell to be."
Abridged by Peter Luke Music Wilfredo Acosta Director Glyn Dearman
A comedy by William Douglas Home.
Starring Wendy Hiller as Evelyn, Michael Hordern as Sir Cecil and Robert Eddison as Hawkins.
When Cecil kissed Evelyn under a beech tree 50 years ago, his impulsiveness frightened her away. Now, under that same tree half a century later, they are to meet again.
Director Graham Gauld. Stereo (First broadcast in 1985)
Reviews of Billy Roche 's play Amphibians at the Royal Shakespeare's Pit auditorium, and a piece of nostalgia as Sgt Bilko programmes are available on video. Paul Vaughan 's studio guest is conductor Mark Wigglesworth.
Producer John Goudie. Stereo
(Revised repeat at 9.15pm)
Annette Kobak invites four travellers to reflect on a journey.
2: Sir Laurens van der Post confronts the memory of a tragic expedition to
Malawi over 40 years ago. Reader Hugh Dickson. Producer Kate McAII Stereo
van Der Post
Marilyn Morris 's compelling story of a woman fighting with her sister-in-law for her brother's affections.
Producer Tony Cliff. Stereo
Penelope Fitzgerald 's bitter-sweet comedy of life in Broadcasting House, London, during the dark days of 1940. The first of ten parts read by Penelope Wilton.
Abridged by David Dorward Producer Patrick Rayner
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