Hark! a trumpet call is sounding
(Merton); Reading: Isaiah 52, w 7-10; Thou who wast rich beyond all splendour (Fragrance); How lovely on the mountains (Leonard Smith ). Director of music Nigel Swinford.
by Simon Brett. Starring Rosemary Leach as Anna, Nicola Pagett as Victoria and Celia Imrie as Charlotte. 4: An III Wind. Victoria is ill, and Roger is hideously embarrassed because it's .women's things". Producer Ann Jobson
In this unusual ghost story by Colin Finbow , set in Victorian England, young Emily goes to live with her family in an inherited country house. When she begins to see and hear strange things. Emily fears that she is being haunted.
Director Cherry Cookson
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Too Too Solid Flesh? Who says? In the last of the series, "portly poet", "Rubenesque ranter" Liz Lochhead , soliloquises on the eternal battle to either vanquish or finally accept the ample image in the mirror. Producer Sally Flatman
The Ethic of Work
As the West exports a way of life to eastern Europe, how are the former Communist countries adapting to the culture of the work ethic? In the last of the series, John Kampfner examines the changing role of work here and abroad. Producer Michael Blastland. Rptd Sun 4.15pm TRANSCRIPTS: write to [address removed] or call 081.[number removed]
Michael Oliver investigates the illnesses and deaths of some of the great composers.
4: Carl Maria von Weber. shall earn a great deal of money in England, I owe that to my family. But I know very well I'm going to London to die". With Dr John O'Shea and John Deathridge. Producer Susan Kenyon
by William Boyd. 4: "I visit the bush and witness Rita-Mae's horrific attack on Bobo ... Hope is thoroughly caught up with her work in Dorset and John is becoming more unstable." For details see Monday
A new seven-part dramatisation of the classic vampire story from the master of modern horror.
Ben Mears returns to Salem's Lot to research a book about evil.
Music by Elizabeth Parker of the BBC Radiophonic Workshop. Dramatised by Gregory Evans Directed by Adrian Bean
Elizabeth Parker, BBC Radiophonic
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