Awake, awake: fling off the night!
(Deus turum militum); Ephesians 3, w 14-21; How beauteous are their feet (Stanford); Thine be the glory (Maccabaeus).
Director of music Ronald Frost
Organist Graham Eccles
The second programme examines why people lie, how they justify it and what effect their lies have on others. If lying is something all humans do, and so common, why are we so upset when we are lied to, and why is lying so taboo ... or is it? Agony aunt Irma Kurtz draws out some of the rules from a catalogue of lies. Producer Lyn Champion
Second series of Lucy Flannery's Writers' Guild award-winning sitcom.
2: When everyone has gone down with a cold, including the amateur DJ, there's only one person who can save the day...
Producer Liz Anstee
Last of the series by Steve Chambers set in Victoria Station, Bridgford, 100 years ago to the day. Over the Points.
Wednesday, 1 February 1895 ... a day notable for accidental honour and premeditated dishonour.
Director David Hunter
Sir James Chettle:
5: / Want to Be Myself. Children from around the world have chosen the subject matter for this series and today they talk freely about some of the inspirations, influences and pressures in their lives. Do violent video games affect their behaviour? What kind of role models do they choose? What do they think about television, films and books?
A Sarah McCrum and Joni Lloyd production
by Melissa Murray.
Azra has left the troubles in Bosnia for a new life in Britain. Through her observance of Ramadan she struggles to reconcile her past and future. Read by Lynne Verrall.
Producer Pam Fraser Solomon
Fifty years ago America exploded the world's first atomic bomb in New Mexico. The bombs on Hiroshima and Nagasaki swiftly followed. America was the most powerful nation on earth and the promise of the atom seemed unlimited. In a three-part series, John Slater looks at the history of America's love affair with the atom.
1: Guinea Pigs. Over the last 50 years radiation experiments have been conducted on thousands of American citizens without their permission being sought. Now a special Presidential Committee is touring the country to hear the evidence first hand.
A Pier Black Hill production
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