from the Birkenhead
School, led by Clair Jaquiss with the Chapel Choir.
Feciste Nos (Radcliffe); We Sing The Glorious
Conquest (NEH 155);
Jubilate Deo (Britten); 0 Worship The Lord (NEH 52). Director of Music Graham Ellis. Organ Scholar Huw Roberts.
Letters from a Senior to a Junior Devil by C S Lewis, in 15 episodes. With Gerald Harper as Screwtape, who continues to instruct his nephew,
Wormwood, in the niceties of luring patients into the Kingdom of "Our Father Below". Episode 8.
Producer Claire Campbell Smith
byPGWodehouse. Starring Griff Rhys Jones
6: Ukridge Rounds a Nasty Corner
Ukridge finds himself unwittingly engaged. With Robert Bathurst.
Adam Godley , Simon Godley , Dougal Lee , Rebecca Front and Julian Dutton
Adapted by Julian Dutton
Producer Sarah Smith. Stereo
by Alick Rowe.
The ceremony of the election of a Boy Bishop was widespread in the Middle Ages. This play is based on the tradition's revival and the rivalry between the choristers.
Psalms sung by Hereford Cathedral Choir School under the direction of Dr Roy Massey
Herford Cathedral Choir
Choir directed by:
A series in which six very different disabled people talk frankly to Peter White about their lives and the way in which their disabilities have shaped them.
4: Professor Mike Oliver has said that the diving accident that put him in a wheelchair from the age of 17 was the best thing that could have happened to him. In conversation with Peter White he explains the thinking behind this statement.
Producer Ronni Davis. Stereo
Tim Marlow listens to a recording of Elgar's cantata Caractacus, and visits an exhibition of Sol
Lewitts's drawings in Oxford. His studio guest is the author Michael Carson. Producer Sarah Johnson. (Revised repeat at 9.15pm)
Cafe du Monde by Jonathan Treitel. New Orleans. Over cups of coffee the young French girl meets the GI sergeant: and it's a rather strange love at first sight.
Read by William Roberts. Producer Duncan Minshull
Friedrich Durrenmatt 's classic study of obsession. Matthews is a gifted detective but his clinical approach makes him unpopular. When a child is murdered he risks everything to solve the case. with Jill Graham , David Holt , Siriol Jenkins , James Telfer ,
Philip Anthony , John Webb and Alexander Thomson
Dramatised by Peter Thomson Director Claire Grove
A six-part adaptation of Evelyn Waugh 's dazzling first novel.
4: In which
Paul Pennyfeather becomes engaged to a member of high society, and Grimes turns up again.
Adapted by Jeremy Front Producer Lissa Evans
Paul Penny feather:
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