with BBC Radio 2's Choirgirl of the Year, Fiona Wright. When I survey the wondrous cross (Marshall); Psalm 92, w 1-4, 12-15; Make a joyful noise unto the Lord (Head); My song is love unknown (Love Unknown).
Dylan Winter and his faithful horse Molly finish their journey along 300 miles of canal from Liverpool to London. Marley's Ghost, a Lloyd's Name finds sanctuary - and journey's end. Producer Brian King. Repeated Sunday 5.00pm
Introduced by Jenni Murray.
Serial: Jan Francis reads A Temporary Affairhy Imogen Parker , abridged in 12 episodes by Meg Clarke.
"If I'd taken my mother's advice, I would have spent the summer doing a typing course. And if I had, I'd have been able to work for a more lucrative outfit than Office Sees."
4: Religion. In the company of the Movement for the Ordination of Women at St James's Church, Piccadilly,
Richard and team lead the singing and deliver the sermon in the form of a cabaret of sketches and songs on the subject of faith. including a surprise appearance by the Piccadilly Wt. With regulars Belinda Lang ,
Charles Collingwood and Kerry Shale and special guests the Men Who Know and the Classic Buskers. A Heavy Entertainment production
Jeremy Nicholas visits the homes of well-known personalities and explores their record collection with them in search of musical and personal revelations. This week, actor Norman Painting better known as Phil Archer. producer Andrew Mussett. Rptd Sat 11.00pm
An epic mini-series in six parts, by Ian Hislop and Nick Newman.
Gush is the story of two men whose destinies are tragically intertwined. And two women. And another man.
The time is now, the place Duban, the Transworld Oil Conference. The world is on the brink of war. What could divide two friends so far apart that their rivalry now threatens the future of the human race? There's only one way to find out - flashbacks.
With Mandy Knight and Toby Longworth Producer Colin Swash
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Handsworth Wood Girls' School in Birmingham provides the venue for a focus on education in the last of the series. Presented by Juliet Alexander. Producer Constance St Louis
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Fiona Shaw returns to Cobh on Ireland's south coast, where she spent an idyllic childhood looking out across a sea that was sometimes so wild "you could fish for herrings off your doorstep". Cobh was the harbour town from which thousands of Irish emigrants sailed to the New World, and which Fiona herself left, before gaining recognition as one of today's most acclaimed actors. She takes Arthur Smith on a rainy return journey to her former home. Producer Sara Jane Hall Rpt
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