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7.45 Thought for the Day with Oliver McTernan. Producer David Coomes
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From St Andrew 's and St George's
Church, Edinburgh. Introduced by the Rev Johnston McKay with Edinburgh University Chamber Choir. Isaiah 11, w 1-9; Finding God (St Patrick); God is working his purpose out (Purpose); The noble stem of Jesse (Es ist ein' Ros' entsprungen). Organist Leon Coates. Director of music Nicholas Jones.
by E B White, abridged in seven parts by Penny Leicester and read by William Hootkins. 1: Saved from an Untimely Death. Fern discovers that in getting up early she has helped to save a pretty white pig. Producer Marion Nancarrow
lain Crawford's light-hearted play is set in the Scottish Highlands, where news of the invention by the Japanese of " Instant Whisky" is greeted with horror and outrage by the traditional distillers.
Director Patrick Rayner Rpt
Natalie Wheen visits the Pitt Rivers Museum in Oxford where they are experimenting with a group of artists making objects to "hide" among the permanent collection.
Producer Adrian Washboume. Rev rpt 9.30pm
by Eddi McVeigh , read by B J Hogg.
Terry's job as a temporary Santa in a posh department store, giving out gifts to children who already have too much, is making him disgusted with Christmas until ... Producer Pam Brighton
by Nicholas Mclnerny. When
Rhiannon takes on a child custody case she's sure it will be straightforward; what judge would return a child to life under siege in Sarajevo?
Director Alison Hindell
In 1914 four Americans set out from Manchester on a 3,000-mile motoring holiday around Britain. David Foster introduces some of their experiences. Readers Risa Hall and Peter Marinker. Producer Gillian Hush Rpt
by William Boyd , read in 10 parts by Fiona Shaw.
6: "1 make a special trip to the city, post my article and see Usman. Hope tests the credence of John's note with dire consequences. Her relationship with John is on the rocks. Back in the bush Joao and I find Muffin dead." Abridged by Yvonne Antrobus A CSA Telltapes production
4: Water Street, Carmarthen, Dyfed. Country meets town in this busy back street in West Wales. Every Wednesday, farmers bring their sheep and cattle to market, eat breakfast in the Uangranog cafe, then, at nine o'clock, drink their first pint in the Ceffyl Du pub. A Tony Wilkinson production
by Ged Parsons. More baffling intrigue for Elizabeth I's most eloquent spy. Episode the Third: The Perplex'd Plot of the Perilous Plague. Can the hub of government survive the plague? Producer Richard Wilson Rpt
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