From St John 's Church, Wrexham, led by the Rev Roy Jenkins , with the St David 's School Choir. God is love: His the care;
The Lord bless you and keep you;
Through the love of God our saviour.
Daniel 6, w 7-23. Musical director Jean Stanley-Jones . Organist Colin Fisher.
Anna Massey narrates the story of Britain from the Romans to the 20th century, with the words of Sir Winston Churchill read by Peter Jeffrey.
142: Jefferson and the Fourth of July Written by Christopher Lee. Producer Pete Atkin
Introduced by Jenni Murray. Disabled activist Jenny Morris assesses the impact of feminism on women with disabilities. Serial: Seesaw.
Helen Bourne reads the eleventh episode of Deborah Moggach 's story, abridged in 12 parts by Meg Clarke.
Editors Sally Feldman and Clare Selerie
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Ned Sherrin hosts the music quiz, with contestants Sandy Adam from Crieff in Perthshire, Jonathan Hunt from Milton Keynes , Buckinghamshire, and Ray Morrisroe from Sheffield in South Yorkshire.
Producer Stephen Doherty. Rptd Wed 6.30pm
An account of a true story by Martin Lynch. One day in 1850, Lady Bangor decided that the hamlet of Audleystown must be removed.
With Laura Hughes, J.J. Murphy, Waiter McMonagle, Peter O'Meara, Annie Farr, Peter Ballanoe, Conor Grimes, B.J. Hogg, Trevor Moore and Tim Loane. Director Pam Brighton Rpt
Tom Courtenay stars as Billy in Shelagh Stephenson 's new play-a study of secrets, madness and murder. with Alice Arnold , Stephen Critchlow ,
Mark Lambert , Caroline Strong , Patience Tomlinson and Tracey Wiles. Director Jeremy Mortimer
Alison Leonard 's drama series about the life of a woman priest. God Up for Grabs. The final episode. with Simon Harris , Sharon Morgan and Michael Povey. Director Alison Hindell Rpt
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