from Merchiston Castle
School, Edinburgh, led by Rev Johnston McKay.
Reading: Exodus 2, vv 1-10. Hymns: Awake, My
Soul; Eternal God, Whose Power Upholds. Introit: 0 Come, Ye Servants of the Lord; Anthem:
Christ Whose Glory. Director of Music Philip Rossiter
with Jenni Murray.
Big brass bands used to be the music of machismo.
Judy Merry reports on the women who are blowing away the old image.
Serial: The Wedding Group by Elizabeth Taylor. The tenth of 13 episodes read by Patricia Hodge.
Abridged by Meg Clarke Editors Sally Feldman and Clare Selerie
Peter Lovesey 's thriller is set among the real stars of the silver screen in the heyday of silent movies. English actor Warwick Easton is hired as a Keystone cop but comedy swiftly turns to tragedy.
Dramatised by Michael Z Lewin Director Matthew Walters
Warwick Easton (Keystone):
Six very different disabled people talk frankly to
Peter White about their lives and the way in which their disabilities have shaped them.
5: Sixteen years ago
Celeste Dandker was a principal dancer with London Contemporary Dance. Then she had a terrible accident. She's now a wheelchair user - but she's still a dancer. She talks about her disability and the effect it's had on her life.
Producer Ronni Davis. Stereo
Robert Dawson Scott considers the latest recording in John Taverner 's output We Shall See Him As He Is, and talks to the new director of Kettles Yard in Cambridge. Also a report from the New Victoria Theatre in Stoke.
Producer Robyn Read. (Revised repeat at 9.15pm)
A Tearful of Dreams
Set in a Loyalist area of Belfast, Gary Mitchell 's play explores how the horrors of a rape are intensified when the rapist is from a paramilitary family.
Director Pam Brighton. Stereo
Evelyn Waugh 's novel, dramatised in six parts. 5: Paul Pennyfeather travels from Marseilles to gaol, via the Ritz.
Adapted by Jeremy Front
Producer Lissa Evans.
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