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Rosemary Hartill and her guests explore aspects of human experience, using listeners' contributions as a starting point. 4: Disappointment
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Peter Kelly stars as Father Chisholm in the first of a four-part dramatisation of A J Cronin's epic story about a Catholic missionary. 1: A Strange Vocation. Even from his unfortunate childhood, Francis Chisholm is haunted by indefinable fears and plagued by problems of faith.
Music by Max Early
Dramatised and directed by David Spenser
A Saffron production
Father Tarrant/Ned Bannon:
It symbolised the decline and revival of British manufacturing-nowthe Germans have bought Rover. As passions die down over its 1800 million sale to BMW, Peter Day finds out what strategy can bring the companies together.
8.00 VIPs: Simone de Beauvoir 8.30 Generals of the Revolution: Henry
Bessemer and the Creators of Steel
8.50 Tony Benn on Generals of the Revolution 9.00 Women's Studies:
Religious Rebellions 9.20 Language and the Novel 9.40 American Conversations: Arthur Schlesinger
The harpist Marisa Robles talks to June Knox-Mawer about her musical education in Spain and her career in England. She introduces music including her own record of Boieldieu's Harp Concerto in C. Producer Derek Drescher
Home and Away
1: Pom, Tiddky Om Pom , Pom .. ?
In the first of three programmes investigating the way music portrays beliefs, Nigel Swinford , director of the New English Orchestra, explores the concept of tension and resolution in musical language and its relationship to our view of the world and its maker.
Producer Clair Jaquiss
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