From Wellington Parish Church, Glasgow, with the Rev
Johnston McKay and members of the RSNO
Junior Chorus. Now that the daylight fills the sky; Come, 0 thou traveller unknown; Make me a captive, Lord; Genesis 32, w 22-30.
Director of music Christopher Bell.
Anna Massey tells the story of Britain from the Romans to the 20th century, with the words of Sir Winston Churchill read by Paul Eddington.
76: The Rise and Rise of Oliver Cromwell Written by Christopher Lee. Producer Pete Atkin
Jenni Murray meets the singer Nancy Sinatra. Short story: Tom Conti reads The Unthinkable Happens to People Every Day by AN Smith - the first of two Scottish short stories from the collection, Looking for the Spark. Editors Sally Feldman and Clare Selerie WEBSITE ADDRESS: http://www.bbcnc.org.uk/radio/radio4/ womans_hour/index.html
By Donald Campbell , based on characters created by Peter Turnbull. Six police dramas set in Glasgow. 5: The Good Thief. P Division are looking for a homicidal housebreaker, until Ray Sussock recognises the method of entry as that of a man who has been injail for the last ten years.... and is still there. wrth Andrew Conlan , Ceit Kearney ,
Stuart McQuarrie , Robin Thomson , Liam Brennan , Finlay McLean , Mary Ann Reid , Andrew Fairlie and James Bryce. Director Hamish Wilson
By Henrik Ibsen , adapted for radio by Martyn Wade. Janet McTeer and Ciaran Hinds play Nora and Torvald Helmer in this new production of one of the most famous plays of the 19th century, specially recorded on location. The true nature of the Helmers' marriage is exposed for what it really is when Torvald discovers that Nora has forged a signature on a loan.
Director Cherry Cookson
David Horovitch reads the first part of Ivan Turgenev 's story, abridged in eight parts by Elizabeth Bradbury.
Dimitry Sanin 's youthful vulnerability makes him the potential victim of a destructive passion.
Translated by Leonard Schapiro Producer Matthew Walters
A six-part serial by Alan McDonald. 5: Count Your Blessings with Dominic Grounsell , Elizabeth Estensen. Paul Barber , Steve Hodson. David Thorpe , Kim Wall , Dominic Letts , Rachel Atkins and Diana Payan Music by Peter Howell. Director Tracey Neale
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