from the Thomas More Centre, North London, presented by Denis Nowlan. There's a Wideness in God's Mercy; Romans 11, w 29-36; God Beyond all Names (B Farrell); Out of Darkness (C Walker). Director of Music Martin Foster.
with Jenni Murray. Kathleen Griffin examines the politics of matriarchy.
Serial: Jasmine by Bharati Mukherjee. The seventh of 12 episodes, read by Souad Faress.
Abridged by Meg Clarke
Editors Sally Feldman and Clare Selerie
Chairman Robert Robinson. Third semi-final: The North West of England, Wales and Scotland. Ann Hegerty (book editor); Bernard McGee (writer); Barry Jones (maintenance technician); Alan McLean (educational consultant).
Producer Richard Edis
by Mark Leech, twice winner of the Arthur Koestler Award for writing by prisoners. A thumbprint is all that stands between prison and freedom for Robert Holland , but can his barrister find an explanation that will satisfy the jury?
Director Ned Chaillet
Clerk of Court:
In a series of sixprogrammes, John Miller talks to historians about their work and why they feel it is relevant to the modern world. This week he meets Lord Skidelsky, Professor of International Studies at Warwick University and the biographer of John Maynard Keynes , to discuss the most influential economist of the 20th century. Producer John Knight
by Caroline Forbes.
"My friend Pat was in the fourth row and she put both her thumbs up, so I knew he wasn'tadishrag." But how will Stella get on with her TV quiz show partner when they win a trip to Amsterdam? Read by Siriol Jenkins . Producer Marion Nancarrow
Annette Kobak invites six travellers to reflect on a journey.
2: Dea Birkett goes to West Africa looking for a 19trhcentuiy lady traveller, and ends up as crew on a cargo boat. Reader Sally Cookson. Producer Kate McAII
by Tom Paulin. The Anglo-Irish Conference of 1921 was meant to solve the Irish problem once for all. The outcome was the partition of Ireland ...
Music composed and played by Neil Martin Director Pam Brighton
David Lloyd George:
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Whoopi Goldberg reads Alice Walker 's 1955. A powerful story about the effect on two singers when the music industry's search for a "white man who can sing and dance like a black person" comes to an end. Read in three parts. Producer Pam Fraser Solomon
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David Lander investigates. Studio production by Stephen Fry. Research by Tony Sarchet. 2: A Rocket for Defence
With Jack Klaff , Brenda Blethyn , Mark Arden , Harry Enfield , Felicity Montagu and Robert Bathurst
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