from the Church of St Philip and St James, Cheltenham, led by Rosemary Watts with the Oriel Singers, directed by Tim Morris. 0 Worship the Lord (Was lebet); Exodus 3, vv 1-6; Psalm 24 (Barnby); Gloria in Excelsis Deo (Weelkes).
Chris Kelly hosts another edition of the food and drink quiz, this week from Pembroke College, Oxford. Oz Clarke, Antony Worral Thompson , Thane Prince and Brian Turner share the high table. Producer Richard Wilson
Jenni Murray talks to Ursula Owen , the new editor of Index on Censorship.
Serial: Fatlands by Sarah Dunant. The sixth of 13 parts read by Barbara Flynn. Abridged by Meg Clarke
Editors Sally Feldman and Clare Selerie
Chairman Robert Robinson.
Round 1: Scotland. Eoin Robertson (electron microscopist); Alastair Love (accountant); Alan McLean (educational consultant): and Donald Yule (corporate communications consultant). Producer Richard Edis
By Christopher Denys. The war in Europe is over and the regulars in The Wellington are planning how to celebrate the peace. It all turns out not quite as they expected.
Director Tony Cliff
Natalie Wheen visits the Savoy Theatre as it reopens after its devastating fire, reports on this year's Promenade Concerts, and goes to an exhibition of contemporary American quilts. Producer Adnan Washboume (Revised repeat at 9.15pm)
by James Hamilton Patterson.
Evening on a dusty road. An Englishman abroad meets an old man with a fast collapsing hat. He has something peculiar to sell....
Read by Dominic Letts. Producer Duncan Minshull
Michael Duke 's comic drama about the rise of nationalism in Europe.
A group of young British professional singers travel to Marseilles to take part in a European harmony festival, with distinctly unharmonious consequences. The singers are united only against their ambitious but ineffectual chorusmaster.
Singers: Jeni Bern (soprano), Raphael Rojas (tenor). Dennis Haggerty (tenor).
Pianist Michael Lester-Cribb Director Patrick Rayner
Up the Garden Path
A radio version in six parts of her novel by Sue Limb . Starring Imelda Staunton as Izzy.
5: The Menage
SAM SMART, MARK MONERO AND MEMBERS OF
THE ANNA SCHER THEATRE
Producer Jonathan James-Moore ffirst broadcast in
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