with Wellspring. 0 Lord our God
(Lawson Johnston ); 1 Corinthians 3, w 18-end; Faithful one, so unchanging (Doerksen); All once held dear (Kendrick). Directors of music
Sally Thomton and Francis Cummings.
Tanita Tikaram burst into the charts when she was only 17. Now 23, she tells Jenni Murray how she and her songs are weathering maturity.
Serial: Harriet Walter reads the first part of George Gissing 's classic The Odd Women, abridged in 20 parts by Pat McLoughlin.
Charles Dickens 's great novel in six parts.
3: Masks and Pistols. Sikes takes
Oliver on his most dangerous mission yet - a burglary at midnight.
Music by John Kirkpatrick and Kathryn Locke Dramatised and directed by Nigel Bryant Rpt
Lynne Walker talks to
Pamela Johnson , choreographer and dancer with the Leeds-based Phoenix Dance
Company, about the perils, pains and pleasures of life in the world of dance. Producer Gillian Hush. Rptd Saturday 11.00pm
Sarah Maguire reads a new biography of the poet, writer and broadcaster Louis MacNeice , and sees a touring production of Arthur Miller's play View from the Bridge.
Producer Julian May. Revised rpt at 9.30pm
by Tessa Hadley , read by Ri Richards.
A first-time affair. After 15 years of marriage. They couldn't take her children away or lock her up. No punishment for adultery as in the old days - is there?
Producer Caroline Sarli
A six-part comedy by Paul Shearer and Richard Turner , starring Richard E Grant as Giles, Amanda Root as Judith and Peter Capaldi as David.
A chance meeting with modern artist Helen Frinkworth and an arty party promise to open up a kaleidoscopic world of social and professional opportunities for Judith. In response, Giles engineers the "Casanova with Kickers" incident.
Music composed by:
4: Le Cafe. Over 3,000 French cafes close every year. Ray Gosling investigates this phenomenon and asks if the French intellectual, so closely associated with cafe society, is in danger of becoming extinct. Producer Merilyn Harris Rpt
Presented by Tony Barringer. Producer Dave Harvey
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