From Masada, Herod's rock fortress near the Dead Sea, led by Angela Tilby. The God of Abraham Praise
(Leoni); Wisdom 3, w 1-9; Psalm 114 (Tonus Peregrinus); El Shaddai (John Thompson ).
Director of music Nigel Swinford.
Professor Anthony Clare explores the power of the mind in aiding recovery from physical illnesses. And he asks whether we should stop people with learning disabilities from having children, and if we don't, what help should we be giving them?
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Russell Davies presents a six-part series exploring language, words and what lies between them.
3: Word Keepers. Who "owns" language? Is it the newspaper columnists writing about English usage, or the players of Scrabble, holding thousands of words in their heads for that all-important triple-word score?
Producer Emma Kingsley
With Daire Brehan.
Maverick designer Paul Cooper ponders how to create one of his "sexy" gardens out of Daire's backyard. Editor Sharon Banoff
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By Simon Brett. Starring Rosemary Leach as Anna, Nicola Pagett as Victoria and Celia Imrie as Charlotte.
Another chance to hear the six-part comedy series which follows the lives of three sisters.
1: Time Shift. In an attempt to deceive her new lover about her age, Charlotte is forced to disown various members of her family.
Producer Ann Jobson Rpt
Alun Lewis looks at the emergence of TV and radio on demand. Is this programme going out at the wrong time? Would listeners rather hear something else? Soon we may be able to dial up and choose what we want exactly when we want it. Producer Toby Murcott
Six European travel writers explore our culture and landscape.
2: The Lonely Rider. If you remember the 60s, you weren't there. Horseman and travel writer Marc de Gouvenain has only a hazy memory of four days spent in East Anglia, 27 years ago. Producer Kerry McGeever Rpt
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