Elizabeth David 's history of the culinary and decorative purposes of ice, sorbets and ice-cream around the world, abridged in five parts by Elizabeth Bradbury. Read bySTan Phillips.
1: Italy. The Medici banquets in Florence. Producer Julia Butt
For New Year's Day, from St Ann 's
Church, Manchester, with the Bishop of Manchester, the Rt Rev Christopher Mayfield. For Thy mercy and Thy grace; Matthew 3, w 13-17; The Apple Tree (Poston); Awake, awake; fling off the night! (Deus tuorum militum). Director of music Ronald Frost
Michael Rosen reads the first of five winning stories in the Children's BBC
Radio 4 Writing for Children Competition. That's 's the Name of the Game by Sara Volger and Janet Burchett. Producer Sally Avens
Anton Lesser stars in Leo Tolstoy's tale.
With Ivor Roberts and Julie Higginson.
A dramatic reconstruction of the most significant trial of the 20th century in which key members of the Nazi leadership were indicted for waging aggressive war and committing crimes against humanity. Does the trial still have resonances today? Should Speer have been hanged?
Was Hess insane? How did Goering nearly outwit the Prosecution? Those taking part include Luise Jodl ,
Niklas Frank (relatives of the defendants); Otto Krantzbuehler (defence lawyer); and Lord Shawcross, Whitney R Harris and Drexel Sprecher (prosecutors). with John Rowe , Paul Jenkins , Crawford Logan , Ross Livingstone , Stephen Critchlow , Roger May , Tessa Worsley , Jane Whittenshaw , Caroline Strong and Linda Regan
Trial transcripts dramatised by Peter Goodchild Directed and produced by Martin Jenkins and John Theocharis
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John Harlan Amen:
Joachim von Ribbentrop:
tians Frank/Khaki' Roberts:
Grand Admiral Doenitz:
By A P Herbert, dramatised by Nick McCarty in six episodes.
1: Destined for Better Things with John Duttine , Robert Glenister ,
Gary Bond , Rosemary Martin , Don McCorkindale , Elaine Claxton , Joanna Mackie and Tina Gray Music by Elizabeth Parker. Cellist Peter Esswood. Director Janet Whitaker Rpt
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