Lord of the Church, we pray for our renewing (Londonderry Air); Acts 1, w 3-9; You are my witnesses
(Pulkingham); The head that once was crowned with thorns (St Magnus). Director of music Gareth Green.
Medical drama set on Merseyside.
4: An attack on the surgery marks the start of racist trouble for Dr Khan. Written by Maurice Bessman A Mersey Television Company production
Or Sam Benson:
Dr Ros Galloway:
Sister Bemie Gardner:
Dr Nasser Khan:
Dr Jocelyn Barrett:
In this last episode, the flavour of May 1955 is cooked up from a few old
Radio Times back issues and a slice of the BBC sound archives. Hosted by Rory McGrath with guests Jon Glover , Sally Grace and Peter Goodwright. Producer Kathy Smith
William Ingram 's thriller based on a true-life case.
Davie, a young lad from the Welsh mountains, is accused of murdering the fabulously wealthy and kindly Lady White. 1920s London is shocked.
Music by Andy Price. Director Foz Allan
by Patricia Hannah. "Had he come back now because, at last, he had something to say to them? Was he waiting for Eileen to claim him like a lost treasure and take him home?"
Read by Lesley Mackie.
Producer David Jackson Young
Eddie Izzard stars with fellow regular Stephen Frost in the anarchic comedy panel game loosely based on history. Chairperson Neil Mullarkey battles to keep order as guests Jo Brand and Lee Comes join the fray. Producer Phil Clarke
from Manchester Cathedral with the Daily Service Singers and members of the BBC Religious Broadcasting
Department. Celebrant the Rev Steven Benson. Preacher the Rev Dr Colin
Morris. Coelos Ascendit Hodie
(Stanford); Hail the day that sees Him rise; Gloria -Coronation Mass (Mozart); God is gone up (Finzi); Crown Him with many crowns; Daniel 7, w 9-14; Acts 1, w 1-11; Matthew 28, w 16-20. Director of music Christopher Stokes.
Where do the new ideas that shape society come from? Are they made to political order, forced on us by a changing world, or the triumph of reason? With less than two years to go before the next general election, and old ideologies in need of renewal, Geoff Mulgan examines the market for new thinking to challenge today's orthodoxies.
Producer Michael Blastland. Rptd Sun 4.15pm
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