God Moves in a Mysterious Way (London New, BBC HB 8); Amos 7, w 1-9; It Is a Thing Most Wonderful (John Ireland); Through All the Changing Scenes of Life (Wiltshire, BBC HB 481).
Director of Music Graham Elliott.
As every schoolchild knows, in 1066 King Harold was shot in the eye in the process of losing the battle of Hastings. What if he'd ducked and saved the day? This week Christopher Andrew is joined by Patrick Wormald and David Bates to rewrite the history of what might have been. producer Ian Bell
Listeners report on issues which have affected their lives - and could affect yours. Presented by Susan Marling. Editor Jenny Walmsley
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by Brian Thompson.
" knew Lily for about ten years, in which time she grew a little thicker round the waist, maybe herjawline altered for the worse, but in all other respects she remained the sulky and fearful child experience teaches you never to tangle with." Read by John Bennett. producer Gillian Hush
Last of a four-part adaptation of P G Wodehouse's classic novel.
Houdini Galahad. Galahad's plans look setto end in disaster. Tipton receives a discouraging letter from his fiancee, Sam is found out, and Huxley Winkworth is savaged by an angry pig.
Adapted by Richard Usbome
Producer Gareth Edwards
In the first of four programmes, David Bean explores Switzerland with the help of an earlier visitor, the Victorian physician John Forbes. Reader Struan Rodger. A Hot Time on the Rigi Producer Gillian Hush
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