To thee. 0 Lord our hearts we raise
(Golden Sheaves); Matthew 13: w 24-32; For the beauty of the earth (Rutter); Praise to the Lord, the almighty (Lobe den Herren).
Director of Music Christopher Stokes.
"I hardly know Edinburgh," says Scottish percussionist
Evelyn Glennie , whose usual view of the city is from a taxi carrying her from hotel to concert hall.
In the first of two programes, she goes walkabout and swaps notes with the Drum Major of the Edinburgh Tattoo.
Producer Jill Marshall. Rptd Sunday 5.00pm
Can simple eye movements cure deep seated trauma? Professor Anthony Clare investigates a new therapy sweeping the States and Australia and about to make its mark in Europe. Producer Feisal Ali. Repeated tomorrow 7.45pm
Frank Delaney presents the programme about language.
3: Zap! Pow! Kerrang! The wonderful world of onomatopoeia; plus, from our own linguistic correspondent, how other people use English around the world. Producer Caroline Sarll
An eight-part adaptation of John le Carre's story, starring James Fox as Magnus Pym , James Grout as Jack Brotherhood , Brenda Bruce as Miss
Dubber and Harriet Walter as Mary Pym. 2: A distraught Mary Pym is under pressure to provide some clue as to the whereabouts of her missing husband. Meanwhile, hidden away in his safest of safe houses, "Mr
Canterbury" prepares to reveal the true Magnus Pym.
Music by Max Harris. Adapted by Rene Basilico Producer John Fawcett Wilson
â– Lovely'/ Felicity:
Juliet Alexander presents a new series of the magazine which highlights issues relating to the lives of black and Asian people in Britain and connects with the diaspora in other countries. Producer Constance St Louis
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In the third of six programmes about American pianist Art Tatum ,
Alun Morgan concentrates on the first half of the 1940s. For a while, Tatum led a small band that accompanied blues singer Joe Turner , then he formed a trio with guitarist Tiny Grimes and bass player Slam Stewart. Producer Derek Drescher
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