Final part of Alison Leonard 's series about the life of a woman priest. God Up for Grabs. Elaine disagrees with Phil but doesn't see what business it is of her parishioners. Director Alison Hindell
This week the food-and-drink quiz comes from the Shakespeare Hotel in Stratford-upon-Avon. Chris Kelly introduces panellists Antony Worrall -Thompson, Jennifer Paterson , John Wells and Ainsley Harriott. Producer Richard Wilson Rpt
Six specially commissioned plays to be broadcast on Radio 4 and around the world on World Service Radio.
1: Banishing Luciferby Hattie Naylor. Hilda talks to two angels. One sits on her right, the other on her left. Azazel tells stories about God and Man,while Catherine of Siena teaches her about the world and incites her to action.
Music by Polly Hewett. Director Hilary Norrish
A six-part comedy by Colin Swash about two space-age humans stranded on a friendly alien planet. 4: The Oblivions try out some Martinis.
Producer Richard Wilson
8: Mangala's Story. Three years ago, 28-year-old Mangala Sharma fled her home in the kingdom of Bhutan and became a refugee. She now lives with her doctor husband and two small daughters at a camp in eastern Nepal. Charlotte Blofeld reports. Producer Joy Hatwood
Funding a Formula
The Government believes that scientific discovery is fundamental to the fortunes of modem nations. Andrew Dilnot examines the assumptions underlying Britain's science policy and asks if the fruits of discovery should be more widely shared. Producer Michael Blastland. Rptd Sun 4.15pm
Each week through Lent a novelist considers the Gospel accounts of the trial and death of Jesus. 4:
Reg Gadney , a thriller writer, relates two stories of death which helped shape his childhood.
Producer Roger Childs
by Edith Wharton.
Last in a series of American plays.
During a train journey home from Colorado, a New Yorker discovers that her husband has died.
Dramatised by Stanley Richardson
Director Eoin O'Callaghan
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