by Graham Greene. Dramatised in five episodes by Ken Whitmore. 4: With Spicer dead, Pinkie now has two murders on his hands. with John Evitts. Lyndam Gregory and Francis Jeater. Producer John Yorke First broadcast on Radio 5
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For Ascension Day, from St Martin-in-the-Fields, Trafalgar Square. Crown Him with many crowns (Diademata); Matthew 28, w 16-20; Ascendit Deus (Philips); Rejoice, the Lord is
King (Gopsal). Director of music Paul Stubbings.
By David Lan. A convoy is taking
African children back to their families and Richard has hitched a ride - as photographer. Months later and thousands of miles away, his pictures shatter the peace of a summer afternoon. with Cyril Nri , Claire Benedict ,
Otis Munyang 'iri, Jade Buckland , Danielle Fraser Boam, Ndumiso Mvula , Yvonne Scicluna and Desmond Taylor. Music by Felix Cross Director Jeremy Mortimer Rpt
A six-part comedy series by Bill Dare. 4: Mike highlights the plight of the homeless - to raise money for a new squash court. Starring Robert Duncan and Julia Hills. With Roger Blake ,
Mark Kilmurry , Sally Phillips and Dan Strauss.
Music by Mark Burton. Producer Pete Sinclair
From St Martin-in-the-Fields, Trafalgar Square. The word is near you; Hail the day that sees Him rise; Gloria-Mass in G (Schubert); Psalm 47; Lo, I am with you to the end of the world; Lift up your heads, 0 ye gates ; Be still, for the presence of the Lord; Alleluia, sing to Jesus! ; Actsl.w
1-11; Romans 10, w 5-15; Matthew 28, w 16-20.
A recent history of the Church of England and its relationship with the State, written and presented in three parts by Anthony Howard.
2: By Schisms Rent Asunder. With contributions from Robert Runcie ,
John Habgood , Graham Leonard , John Gummer and Ann Widdecombe.
Producer Mark Savage. Rptd Sun 4.15pm
By Nick Fisher. Feisty DSI Julie Enfield returns for a four-part series investigating murders along London's Regent's Canal and even stranger messages on her Internet screen. 1: Waking Up to Nessun Dorma with Paul Panting , Barbara Barnes. Ann Beach. Geoffrey Whitehead , Patience Tomlinson and Stephen Critchlow. Director Richard Wortley
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