Rev Stephen Oliver begins to explore the theme of healing in the chapel of St Luke's Hospital for the Clergy in London. With music by Maggi Dawn , which she performs with guitarist Andy Cross.
Songs: Healing (My Heart Is Breaking); Lord, I Adore You; He Was Pierced
(Like A Lamb); Reading: Mark 2, vv 2-12.
Stories from the Hindu tradition.
11: The Priest and the Prostitute
Read by Art Malik , Mamta Kaash and Nitish Bharadwaj.
Music: Malcolm Clarke
Abridged from the Puranas by Akhandadhi Dasa Producer Juli Wills
Jenni Murray meets the novelist Doris Lessing. Serial: A Lesson in Dying by Ann Cleves. Harold Medburn , headmaster of Heppleburn School, is a deeply unpopular man. Any one of a number of people could wish him dead. The first of 11 readings by Marlene Sidaway.
Abridged by Elizabeth Bradbury Music: Grondahl's Concerto for Trombone and Orchestra Editors Sally Feldman and Clare Selerie
Wales and the West have a score to settle.
London (Irene Thomas and Eric Kom ) versus
Wales and the West (Jack Jones and Elaine Morgan). Questionmasters: Gordon Clough and Anthony Quinton.
Producer Paul Z Jackson. Stereo
by John Pilkington.
In 1890, in South Dakota, a dream was shattered. In 1990, Luta confronts the truth about a people who faced extinction. This play recounts their refusal to die out.
Music: Stuart Gordon
Authentic Lakota music performed by Steve, Maz and Dave Ratty , Dave Giles and Sally Broome
Director Andy Jordan. Stereo
Ian Hall is a musicologist, organist and composer whose work has been performed in many of the world's cathedrals, yet he is the most devout lover of calypso. He tells
Ferdinand Dennis why, on the other hand, reggae and rap get the thumbs down. Producer Marina Salandy-Brown Stereo
Natalie Wheen profiles the career of conductor Sir
Georg Solti who is 80 this year; plus the best of contemporary dance from Britain, Europe and the world in Dance Umbrella. Producer Paul Quinn Stereo
(Revised repeat at 9.15pm)
From Morning Sun Till Dine by Angus Graham
Campbell. Chris , the son of wealthy, middle-class Scots, shares a flat in his parents' house with fellow student Paul, a working-class Irishman. Tension mounts between the two when Paul suspects his friend is hiding anorexia.
Director Richard Wortley Stereo
The last of a four-part series in which Californian writer William T Vollmann , author of Whores for
Gloria and Fathers and Crows, offers his views on the debacle in Yugoslavia. Producer Noah Richler. Stereo
Another lovingly restored classic.
The Sleeping Prince
Starring Peter Sellers ,
Harry Secombe and Spike Milligan , with Ray Ellington and Max Geldray. With music by Wally Stott.
Restoration by Ted Kendall Producer Pat Dixon
(First broadcast in 1957)
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