with Peter Hobday and Sue MacGregor.
7.25, 8.25 Sports News
7.45 Thought for the Day with Bill Westwood. Editor Roger Mosey
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from St Augustine 's RC High School, Billington, near Clitheroe, Lancs. A voice in the wilderness (Rose/
Conlon); Matthew 3, w 1-6; When the words I speak (Rose/Conlon); Walk in the light (Lundy).
Director of music Peter Rose.
by John Bunyan. Abridged in 25 parts by Peter Luke.
Part 16: The manner of the setting out of Christian's wife and children.
With John Fleming , Matthew Sim and John Church. Music by Wilfredo Acosta Director Glyn Dearman Rpt
2nd Ill-Favoured One:
1st Ill-Favoured One:
Fiona Shaw stars as Beatrice, leader of a Hebridean convent in 500 AD, in Judith Warner 's magical retelling of the myth of the mermaid who lost her voice after falling in love with a man.
Harpist Clifford Lantaff. Flautist Richard Davis Director Michael Fox Rpt
by Alasdair Gray. "I don't think the tension is as Scottish-English as it looks. It's just bloody British.
Whenever two British families come together, one lot feel up, the other lot under ... Even the Royals do it."
Simon Cadell reads Part 1 of a two-part modern romance which crosses borders of class and culture. Producer Pam Fraser Solomon Part 2 tomorrow at 4.45pm
Noël Coward's glittering comedy of the 1930s in a glossy new production for the 1990s, starring Stephen Fry , Imogen Stubbs , Louise Lombard and Simon Ward.
Amanda was married to Elyot, but has just married Victor. Elyot 's new bride is Sibyl. And fireworks are inevitable when the two honeymooning couples find themselves sharing the balcony of a French hotel.
Music arranged and directed by Neil Brand , piano, with Sian Bell , cello, and Sonia Slaney , violin. Director Ned Chaillet
* Sheridan Morley heralds a new radio version: see page 20
Victor Prynne, her husband:
Elyot Chase, her husband:
Louise, a maid:
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