Another edition of the food-and-drink quiz hosted by Chris Kelly. Team captains Oz Clarke and Anthony Worrall Thompson are joined this week by Jennifer Paterson of The Oldie and opera singer Sally Bradshaw at the Dorchester Hotel, London. Producer Richard Wilson
from St Paul 's Church, Truro, Cornwall, with the Rt Rev Graham James , Bishop of St Germans. Be thou my guardian and my guide (Abridge); Luke 14, w 25-33; If ye love me (Tallis); He who would valiant be (Monks Gate). Director of Music Martin Davies. Organist David Cheetham.
All this week Nigel Planer reads stories from Jamie Rix 's prize-winning book, a collection of morality tales about some thoroughly unpleasant children. 1. The New Nanny
Producer Celia De Wolff (first broadcast on Radio 5)
Introduced by Jenni Murray. SunftaThakur reports from India on Muslim divorce.
Serial: stories from The Blue Woman by Mary Flanagan.
1: The Blue Woman. Read by Sian Thomas. Abridged by Di Spiers. Editor Sally Feldman
First Round- Scotland and Northern Ireland. Ray Briscoe (technical writer and translator); Ross Ewart (schoolteacher); Marianne Simpson (second-hand bookseller); Pete Sharp (unemployed).
Producer Richard Edis
Peter Turnbull 's Glasgow-based police procedurals, dramatised by Stephen Mulrine. 2: The Ladder. Donoghue and Sussock investigate the disappearance of a wealthy couple.
With Alexander Morton , Astrid Wilson. Charles Kearney , Richard Greenwood and Phil McCall.
Director Hamish Wilson
by David Gooderson.
Spring 1918. The Allies are in retreat. A priest is summoned to restore morale. This is the true story of "Woodbine Willie", the First World War's most famous padre.
Director Richard Wortley
Geoffrey Studdert Kennedy:
by J L Carr, read in eight parts by Samuel West.
Tom Birkin , a shell-shocked survivor of the First World War, travels to a North
Country village to uncover and restore a suspected medieval wall painting.
Abridged by Elizabeth Bradbury. ProducerTracey Neale
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