from the Memorial Chapel of the University of Glasgow, led by Rev Johnston McKay. Anthem: Let All Mortal Flesh Keep Silence (E Bairstow). Hymns: Behold the Mountain of the Lord; 0 God of Our Divided World. Reading: Matthew 25 w 31-36 and w 41-46.
Musical Director Carolyn Ritchie. Organist David Spottiswoode.
As Harriet Walter today begins reading Susan Hill 's sequel to Rebecca as the Woman's Hour serial, Sarah Dunant Presents a programme dedicated to her creator, Daphne du Maurier.
Serial: Mrs De Winter (1) by Susan Hill. Abridged by Elizabeth Bradbury
Editors Sally Feldman and Clare Selerie
in Frederick Bradnum 's dark-grey comedy, Roland's search for salvation leads to some strange encounters.
Director Glyn Dearman
Sir Fingle Cameron:
Robert Dawson Scott reports on The Absence ofwar, David Hare 's trilogy at the National Theatre, with a cast including John Thaw , and tells you how to enter the Young Radio Critic of the Year competition.
Producer John Boundy (Revised repeat at 9.15pm)
by George MacDonald Fraser.
A three-part story from the memoirs of Harry Flashman. officer, coward and arch cad, expelled from Rugby in 1839. Part one. Read by Iain Cuthbertston . Producer Bruce Young
(First broadcast on Radio Scotland)
In Steve Walker 's mindful play, Graham Baffner , the handsomest, most intelligent man in the world, offers Mr Placketts , a Yorkshire businessman, the opportunity not to be himself.
Music: Neil Brand
Director Eoin O'Callaghan
Mme Cherepovets etc:
Adapted and performed in five episodes by Martin Jarvis , this autobiographical memoir was written in 1960 by Sir Ralph Richardson , who died ten years ago this month.
1: A Cab with Yellow Wheels Producer Martin Jenkins
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