For the 50th anniversary of VJ Day.
Jesus, Lord, we look to thee (Vienna); Ephesians 2, w 11-18; A Gaelic blessing (Rutter); In Christ there is no east or west (Kilmarnock).
Director of music Gareth Green.
Host Sophie Grigson , panellists
Marguerite Patten OBE and Clarissa Dickson Wright tackle tricky questions about the perfect scone, the origins of haggis and the taste of venison with special guest Nichola Fletcher at her Reediehill Deer Farm in Fife. A Partners in Sound production
The second of three programmes exploring the world of P G Wodehouse through the letters he wrote to family and friends. In the 1890s,
Wodehouse shared a study at Dulwich College with William Townsend. Their friendship continued for the rest of their lives and is recorded in a long working correspondence, in which they swapped plots, scenes and ideas, Introduced by Tony Staveacre. Producer Susan Roberts Rpt
Last of the series in which Paul Gambaccini
invites musical personalities from different disciplines to talk about their most passionate pieces on record. With
Christopher Warren-Green and Sir Neville Marriner.
A Unique Broadcasting production Repeated Saturday at 11.00pm
With Louis Robinson. Fifty years after the Emperor Hirohito of Japan addressed his surrendering nation, how have national leaders used radio in times of crisis? Editor Sharon Banoff
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By John le Carre.
First of seven episodes, starring Tom Baker as Barley Blair and Valentina Yakunina as Katya. The final day of the Moscow Audio Fair. Literary rep Niki Landau is busy packing up, and wishing the woman hovering around his stand would go away.
Dramatised by Rene Basilico Theme music by Max Harris
Producer John Fawcett Wiison Rpt
Is parenting too important to be left to parents alone? Mukti Jain Campion examines the arguments for more public intervention in how parents raise the next generation of citizens. A Track Record/Arrowhead production Repeated Saturday at 5.00pm
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Last in the series looking at a week in the life of six streets in Britain.
Southfield Square, Bradford.
Tony Wilkinson spends a week in the heart of Manningham, scene of the recent Bradford riots. It is Ramadan. The mosques which serve this mostly Kashmiri community are full and children as young as nine fast from dawn to dusk.
A Tony Wilkinson production
Andy Kershaw presents six programmes of offbeat travel.
1: Big Rocks. With Cleo Paskal in the South Pacific, Jasper Winn tracing the influence of the Rolling Stones's
Brian Jones on the traditional music of Morocco, and William Green enjoying the erotica of the temples in Khajuraho, India.
Producer Noah Richler Rpt
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