0 Sinner Man, Where Will You Run To? (Trad.);
Matthew 9, vv 2-8,10-13; He Gave His Life In
Selfless Love (Selfless
Love, Come, Thou Long-Expected Jesus (Cross of Jesus, BBC HB 30). Director of Music Noel Tredinnick.
Six years in radio's history, recalling an era when both microphones and audiences were larger.... 1: 1936
Between Hilversum and Athlone on the dial lay the BBC's national and regional programmes, both under firm Reithian control.
The wireless listener of the 1930s was fed an incessant diet of dance bands and establishment voices - until 1936 when it was discovered that the microphone could operate outside the confines of the studio and Sir John Reith's bright young men rushed headlong into the world.
Gill Pyrah reads Trapline, a new Florida thriller from
Carl Hiaasen. There's God, an anthology of religious fiction; and Tamasha theatre present Women of the Dust. Plus the winners of the Radio Times Comedy and Drama Awards.
Producer Neil Trevithick. Stereo
(Revised repeat at 9.15pm)
Card Trick with Hearts by Adrian Dannatt.
Postcards telling tales of honeymoons and holidays - memories and passions. But how will she cope with a real love affair? Read by Carolyn Backhouse. Producer Rosemary Watts
with Alan Partridge.
Classic chat from On the Hour's supreme sports reporter and his guests from the world of theatre, politics and emotional tragedy. With thanks to his researchers:
Steve Coogan , Patrick Marber , Rebecca Front, Doon Mackichan and David Schneider.
Producer Armando lannucci Stereo
with Peter White.
News, views and information for people with a visual handicap. Producer Thena Heshel
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