Six programmes in which Ray Gosling invites his guests to talk about the most charismatic person they have met. This week, Michael Parkinson nominates the comedian Billy Connolly. Producer Tony Phillips
For this penultimate selection of readings, film critic Philip French dips into diaries of the film industry. Director John Boorman , writer Alan Bennett and actor Charlton Heston all expose the demanding, tedious and often traumatic nature of film-making. Producer Julian Wilkinson
from Durham School, with the Chapel Choir presented by the Rev Stephen Shipley. We have a gospel to proclaim; Jubilate (Muttit); A gospel train's a comin'. Isaiah 62, w 6-12. Director of music Roger Muttit.
Five daily readings from the works of Dietrich Bonhoeffer , the young German pastor and theologian executed by the Nazis in 1945. Read by Russell Dixon.
1: Cheap and Costly Grace
Producers Philip Billson and Sue Haines
Six specially commissioned plays to be broadcast on Radio 4 and around the world on World Service Radio.
5: The Dolphinarium by Steve Walker. Kill every living dolphin and you destroy human individuality. Cue a devious American senator who is bent on world domination.
With Renu Setna , Kristin Milward. Andrew Branch , Michael Tudor Barnes and David Antrobus. Director Gordon House
Sir Hartley Tixover:
Brian Cox stars as "Silver" Steele in Maurice Leitch 's play based on his
Whitbread Prize-winning novel. Freed from imprisonment for terrorism by a Loyalist raid on his hospital room,
Silver finds that his ideals have made him a dangerous anachronism in a changing Northern Ireland.
Director Ned Chaillet
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A five-part dramatisation of the novel by Dick Francis. 4: The Killing Game With Eric Allan , Gerry Hinks , Simon Carter , Christian Rodska , William Eedle and Margaret Robertson. Dramatised by John Ashe Director Shaun MacLoughlin
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