Live from Spring Harvest, Minehead.
We are marching in the light of God; At the name of Jesus (Camberwell); Purify my heart (Refiner's Fire); Philippians 2, w 12-16,4, w48; Shine, Jesus, shine (Kendrick). Director of Music Andrew Maries.
Sarah Dunant meets Sarah Springman , Chair of the Sports Council.
Serial: Human Voices (5). Penelope Wilton reads Penelope Fitzgerald 's story of life and broadcasting in wartime. Abridged by David Dorward Edrtor Sally Feldman
I Libby Purves presents the first of a new series reporting on the stories and the people who are making news in the world of education.
This week, what set books should young people read at school and who should choose them?
In Marsha Norman 's Pulitzer Prize-winning play, Sharon Gless stars as Jessie Cates , a woman so disillusioned by life that she wants to commit suicide. Katherine Helmond is her mother. Director Gordon House
(First broadcast on BBC World Service/
by Janet Stevens.
'She told the man about her family and her unhappy marriage, about her aspirations and disappointments, but she couldn't bring herself to tell him she didn't actually have a cat." Read by Lesley Nicol. Producer Gillian Hush
Janet McTeer stars in William Stanton 's play that deals with the educational issues faced by a newly appointed head teacher at a school in the West Country.
Music by Elizabeth Parker , BBC Radiophonic Workshop Director Cherry Cookson
Crawford Logan reads a ten-part adaptation of P G Wodehouse 's classic comedy of potty dukes, erring nephews, stolen pigs and sundered hearts at Blandings Castle.
Abridged by Patrick Carroll. Producer Patrick Rayner
Tony Bagley 's comedy drama with a twist. 3: Roy's efforts to get into Jane's good books are boosted when she asks him to help her save a tree. With David Troughton , Nicky Henson. Geoff McGivern , Sue Roderick , John Baddeley , Keith Drinkel , Melanie Hudson and David Holt Music Julian Wastall. Theme sung by Toyah Willcox Producer Paul Schlesinger
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