Frank Delaney introduces the last in the present series.
Magic Spells. It's the final round in the search for the country's champion speller. And there's a look at the surprising sounds of onomatopoeia as the show goes out with a bang - and a pow! and a splat!-Producer Simon Elmes
The Wagnerian baritone Norman Bailey talks to Nigel Douglas about the perils, pains and pleasures of life on the opera circuit and about some of the special problems facing a singer who tackles Wagnerian roles. Producer Gillian Hush
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Robert Dawson Scott reads James Kelman 's new novel and a biography of Roald Dahl , and looks at contemporary dance in Glasgow's New Moves festival and London's Spring Loaded season. Producer Robyn Read
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Five prominent people in their early 30s, Jesus's age when he died, reflect on his passion.
4: Paul Twivy was the managing director of ad agency J Walter Thompson before he underwent a conversion to Judaism while visiting Jerusalem. He is fascinated by the Jewishness of Jesus and is planning to set up a new advertising agency operating according to Judaeo-Christian ethics. Producer Roger Childs
News, views and information for people with a visual disability. With Peter White.
Producer Thena Heshel
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