Jenni Mills with the stories behind the news. 3: In the early hours of Christmas morning 1992, Muriel Harvey , a 67-year-old widow, was walking home from midnight mass in Ludlow when she was attacked and raped.
Producer Sarah Rowlands
Alexandre Dumas 's swashbuckling epic. 5: Treachery at La Rochelle. In which d'Artagnan escapes death. With Nicholas Murchie. Peter Kenny and John Rowe Dramatised by James Saunders. Director Martin Jenkins
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Another chance to hear Annie Caulfield 's play, starring Lenny Henry and Clarke Peters , which tells the story of Layton and Johnstone, the popular singers and songwriters who topped variety bills in the 1920s and 30s. It features original recordings and new versions of some of their classic songs.
Pianist Terence Albright. Director Anne Edyvean
A black comedy by Martin Davies.
1: Goodbye Gregory. After the death of Gregory Patterson , stalwart of the Roman Catholic Parish of St Andrew 's, the bereaved family faces new challenges.
With Martino Lazzen , Gordon Reid , Mark Straker and Claire Skinner
Producers Lissa Evans and Richard Wilson
Hull, 1968-three trawlers are lost at sea in just nine days, 58 men dead, an entire community bereaved. The wives of the fishermen begin a campaign which moves from street corner petition to Parliament. Rupert Creed of Hull's Remould Theatre traces the events of 1968 and meets the women at the centre of the campaign. Producer Amanda Mares
Five-part adaptation of William Boyd 's Booker Prize-winning novel.
2: As millions prepare for slaughter on the Western Front, a ridiculous array of British and German colonists in East Africa begin to mimic their European counterparts.
With Philip Anthony , Gareth Armstrong. Lyndam Gregory. James Taylor and Dominic Letts Dramatised by John Peacock Director Eoin O'Callaghan
Ench Von Bishop:
Charis Lattery Cobb:
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