Live from Rusthall Parish Church, Tunbridge Wells, led by Rev Roger
Hutchings with the Chantry Singers. The Church of God a Kingdom is
(University); Genesis 22, w 1-2 and 9-14; Had we but harkened to thy word (Walford Davies ); When I survey (Rockingham).
Director of Music John Francis.
John Milton 's epic poem of the Fall of Man, abridged in 41 episodes. (26)
Abridged by Adrian Mitchell Music by Elizabeth Parker
Director John Theocharis Rpt
On World Mental Health Day,
Jenni Murray asks why more women than men are admitted to psychiatric hospitals. Serial: Part 6 of a 12-part adaptation of Diary of a Young Lady of Fashion in the Year 1764-1765 by Cleone Knox. Abridged by Caroline Harris
Editors Sally Feldman and Clare Selerie
Wales and the West, represented by Peter Stead and Jack Jones , take on the London team of Irene Thomas and Eric Korn. Tony Quinton and Gordon Clough are asking the questions. Producer Amanda Mares
Repeated Wednesday at 6.30pm
By Jonathan Myerson.
"There aren't any villains on the Padmore, just bored kids without a job turning into thugs, depressed kids wanting what they see everyone else has got. They're capable of anything."
Gerry Anderson invites you to join him for an hour of daily live action.
Add your views to the mix of debate, stories, unadulterated opinion and frank exchange. Editor Sharon Banoff
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by Geoff Nicholson.
Ralph and Irena have not been blessed with children, but they are happy. Then Irena discovers corrugated iron and becomes happier still ... Read by Imelda Staunton. Producer Richard Wortley
by David Pownall.
The panel of a literary prize suspect something fishy when they discover that a major political figure has entered the competition.
Peter Vaughan stars as the Salmon Trout.
Director Eoin O'Callaghan
In the last programme in the series, Rabbi Julia Neuberger elaborates on evil with Ruth Rendell ,
Michael Winner , John McVicar , the Bishop of Leicester and Roy Greenslade. Producer Elizabeth Abrahams
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