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7.45 Thought for the Day with Donald English.
8.40 Yesterday In Parliament Editor Roger Mosey
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Nicholas Stewart QC looks at six significant trials in the annals of English law. The Golden Dawn. The trial of the American leaders of a religious cult in Edwardian London. At the Old Bailey, Theodore Horos was accused of raping a 16-year-old convert, and his wife, The Swami, of assisting. With
Bob Sherman as Theodore Horos and Lorelei King as The Swami.
Dramatised by Paul Burns Producer Louise Greenberg
Mr Justice Bigham:
Sir Edward Carson:
by Waiter de la Mare. A haunting love story. Three episodes of intrigue and obsession in which the diminuitive
Miss M struggles to find her place in Victorian society. 1: Miss M
Dramatised by Stephen Wyatt Director Martin Jenkins Rpt
Sir Walter Pollacke:
"In the mood."
Written by Louise Page. Director Alec Reid
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A series about households whose members all have different accents.
1: Potato, Potahto. Ann Marie is a Yank, Trevor is a Yorkshire bumpkin. Their daughter speaks Scottish - sort of. Producer Tessa Watt Rpt
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