Jenni Murray introduces a special edition, live from Easingwold in Yorkshire at the Womens' Royal Voluntary Service Conference.
Story: Margaret Robinson reads Just Another Hallowe'en by Alison Lurie from her collection Women and Ghosts. Abridged by Monica Grey. Editors Sally Feldman and Clare Selerie
Continuing the four-part detective series by Sue Rodwell , with Annette Badland as Detective Inspector Gwen Danbury. Gudrun Ure as Joan Danbury and John Duttine as Detective Sergeant Henry Jacobs. 2: A Slim Chance
Director Glyn Dearman
A recording of Janacek's Glagolitic Mass as never heard before - Sir
Charles Mackerras explains why; and a Mexican gallery opens at the British
Museum. Presented by Natalie Wheen. Producer Louise Swan. Revised rpt 9.30pm
by Lavinia Murray , researched and recorded at HM Prison, Styal.
Sue Johnston stars as Sylvia, a woman who has committed a crime that has angered the nation. She has murdered three people and is locked up under Section 43.
Music by Sense of Sound. Director Kate Rowland
As an introduction to this evening's new dramatisation of the popular Hindu epic, Rani Singh talks to British Asians and philosophers, pupils, scholars and sages about the story of Prince Rama. Producer Mohini Patel
The story of Ram of Ayodhya, a fantastic and epic tale, starring Saeed Jaffrey and Shashi Kapoor. This first half of the story is dramatised in ten episodes by Rani Singh and Alby James. 1: The Origins of Pain and Hope
When the demon Ravan fools the god Brahma into granting him invincibility, he instigates a reign of terror to take over the world. Brahma's quest begins - to find a champion among humans, the only beings to whom Ravan remains vulnerable.
Producer Alby James. For cast see Friday * See This Week: page 12
Comedy series by Martin Davies. 2: Scouting for Boys Producer Richard Wilson
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