from St Martin 's in the Bullring, Birmingham. Teach me my God and King(Sandys); How can creation's voice be still? (Tune and refrain English Traditional); Forth in thy name (Gibbons); Luke 5, w 1-11. Choir and musicians from St Martin 's in the Bullring. Director of Music PeterChurchill. Organist Richard Wardell.
First Round- North of England. Philip Gray (financial consultant); Dan Verity (retired school teacher); Dr Philip Jones (solicitor); Colin Denson (civil servant). Chairman Robert Robinson.
Producer Richard Edis
Paula Wilcox is private eye Rosie Monaghan in Alan McDonald 's series.
The Front Man. When Rosie's corner shop suffers racial attacks and threats, she offers her services, but when Mr Khadur says he doesn't want a woman taking on the job, what is Rosie to do?
Music by Peter Howell. Director Tracey Neale
Robert Dawson Scott reports on the opening of the Edinburgh Festival Theatre. Pianist Anne Queffelec plays live, and Michael Berkeley reviews the latest classical record releases.
Producer Adrian Washboume (Revised repeat 9.30pm)
Gary Mitchell's play looks at the pain and conflict between two brothers as change begins to shake the Loyalist community in Belfast.
by George Gissing (1857-1903) , read in two parts by Anna Massey.
Gissing died young after a lifetime struggling for recognition, despite perpetual ill-health. Best known for his novels, he also wrote some notable short stories, three of which are read this week. Producer Matthew Walters
Matthew Parris talks to water engineer Jo Parker , who disguised herself in Muslim clothes in order to smuggle herself into Afghanistan and rebuild a water supply for villagers. Producer Edwina Wolstencroft
Howdee y'all! A special American edition of your favourite magazine, and a free apple pie with every issue. With Susie Brann , Alistair McGowan , Mary Elliot -Nelson, Julian Dutton and Peter Baynham. Producer Sarah Smith
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