From St Catharine's Convent, Edinburgh, led by Rev Johnston McKay , with Schola Cantorum of Edinburgh. Hymns (CH3): 0 worshipthe King(35); Christ for the world we sing! (500) Anthem: Cantate Domino (Siogedal). Musical director Eric Ibler. Producer Julian Wilkinson
Introduced by Jenni Murray. Marya Burgess joins the Society of Women Writers and Journalists for their centenary celebrations. Serial: The Diaries of Sylvia Toumsend Warner. The third of five readings by Irene Sutcliffe. In 1949, Sylvia Townsend Warner's lover, Valentine Ackland , resumed her affair with another woman. Abridged by Pat McLoughlin. Editor Sally Feldman
First Round- North West of England. Jim Banks (British Council officer); Phil Cocker (retired lecturer); Rob Hughes (surveyor for Valuation Office Agency, Inland Revenue); John Clarke (university lecturer). Producer Richard Edis
Paula Wilcox is private-eye Rosie Monaghan in Alan McDonald 's series. 2: Softies. It's not easy finding a missing wife when the husband is "one card short of a full deck". With Malcolm Ward , Deborah Berlin. Suzannah Corbett. Tom Bevan. Dominic Traynor , Tina Gray and Teresa Gallagher Music by Peter Howell. Director Tracey Neale
Del Sgt Murdoch:
As the Royal Opera House resounds to a new production of Verdi's Egyptian epic, Aida, Paul Vaughan finds out if it's a triumph with the critics; and one of the century's greatest musicians, violinist Jascha Heifetz , is remembered by his son. Producer Lore Windemuth (Revised repeat at 9.30pm)
by Peter Roberts.
Provence, 1213: a crusade is descending with unbelievable ferocity to destroy the Cathar heresy. A troubadour finds himself embroiled in a battle which is not his.
Other parts played by Andy Hockley and Roger Hume.
Director: Nigel Bryant.
Bernard de Nerac:
Roger de Mieux:
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