Thou art the Christ, 0 Lord (Love Unknown); Mark 14, w 53-5 and 66-end; Before the cock crew twice (Hallgrim); Lord Christ, who on thy earth didst bear (Gronfalon Royal).
Director of Music Gordon Stewart.
by Christopher Fitz-Simon .
Fourth of six episodes set in Ballylenon, Co Donegal, in 1953. The gloves are off in the battle to bring the opera festival to Killycromper Hall.
Music by Stephanie Hughes Director Eoin O'Callaghan
Final part of Jonathan Smith 's story of a successful headmaster running an independent school in London.
Do You Sleep Wel ? Patrick sets off on a secret assignation with his attractive publisher. Meanwhile, his marriage is becoming more public, and he is playing with fire.
Director Shaun MacLoughlin
Mark Steyn watches the new Pedro Almodovar film, a remake of Sam Peckinpah 's The Getaway, and a western starring Drew Barrymore, Madeleine Stowe and Andie MacDowell as Bad Girls. Producer Robyn Read (Revised repeat at 9.30pm)
3: The 1690s: Way of the World. As Wren's new cathedral rises over the City, London emerges as the greatest, wealthiest and most vibrant city in the world. Here are the new merchants and financiers jostling with the soldiers, priests, pimps, politicians and playwrights of London's taverns and coffee houses. A decade of war (Ireland, France) is also the era of Purcell, Dryden and Congreve - and of some of the most scurrilous and evocative popular songs to have survived the ravages of history.
Producer Daniel Snowman
In the first of a six-part series, Edward Blishen , himself a diarist for over 60 years, discovers how private lives are shaken by world events using extracts from diaries of two world wars. These include a soldier on leave, desperate to taste the pleasures of life before returning to his battalion on the Somme; a young nurse sneaking out for a date with a handsome French patient; the writings of a pacifist; and the secret diary of a prisoner-of-war in the Far East, his own "personal act of defiance".
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