Love of the Father, Love of God the Son (Song 22, BBC HB 522); Acts 2, w 1-5 and 12-17; Creator Spirit (Bernard Naylor ); 0 Breath of Life, Come Sweeping through Us (Spiritus Vitae); BBC Singers directed by Barry Rose.
A series of three programmes featuring the Greenham tapes - the confessions of a reluctant emigrant. 1:Leaving Pains. In June 1990 Rosemary Greenham , her partner Alan Hancock and their 2-year-old daughter Eleanor said goodbye to family and friends in Birmingham to take up a precious job opportunity for Alan in Perth, Western Australia. And Rosemary recorded it all. Producer Gwyn Richards
Introduced by Jenni Murray. Sunita Thakur reports from India on the growing problem of sexual harassment and asks whether Eastern morals are being corrupted by Western media images. Serial: A Rather English Marriage (10)
by Peter Kerry. In six parts.
4: Dopey's People. A multilingual spy is needed to liaise with a double agent in East Berlin - but Michael gets the job.
Producer Lissa Evans
German spyl driver:
Six classic mysteries starring Clive Merrison as Holmes and Michael Williams as Dr Watson.
2: The Three Students. Holmes has to save the honour of an Oxbridge college.
Violinist Leonard Friedman
Dramatised by Denys Hawthorne Director Enyd Williams
Glimpses of the "Grand Junction" then and now with driver Eric Harding , guard Ted Jones , signalman Ernie Birtles and today's punters, shunters and conductors. Producers Piers Plowright and Adrian Quine
Brian Sibley with the verdict on the week's cinema releases, including a controversial new film from Peter Greenaway , The Baby of Macon; and a visit to the newly refurbished museum in Reading.
Producer John Boundy (Revised repeat at 9.15pm)
John Waite returns with a new series in which he and his team of investigators peer under official carpets, behind company smoke-screens and through bureaucratic red tape on the trail of your complaints. The programme sets out to pursue individual allegations of injustice, sharp practice and the abuse of authority as a result of which the lives of ordinary people may be damaged.
Editor Graham Ellis WRITE TO: Face the Facts, BBC Broadcasting House, London W1A1AA
Parliamentary reporter, thinker, poet and essayist, Dr Samuel Johnson has entertained and provoked millions. Rosemary Hartill explores his religious beliefs, which profoundly influenced his writings. Reader John Wells. Producer Amanda Hancox
Europe Unchained. One year ago, the pound was expelled from the European Exchange Rate Mechanism. At the end of July, continental Europe was shocked by the virtual breakdown of the ERM, but can the rest of Europe imitate Britain and translate monetary disaster into economic recovery? Peter Day asks European business leaders what they want now.
Producer Mark Gregory
The second of five convincing stories.
Ronnie Melcombe and his Surprising Wife Staying one jump ahead of the audience expectations is important in show business. Written and read by Peter Jones. Producer Pete Atkin
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