From St Andrew 's and St George's Church, Edinburgh. Led by the Rev Johnston McKay. Psalm 93; The Lord doth reign (Stroudwater); Immortal, invisible God only wise (St Denio); 0 Trinity, most blessed light. St Andrew
Camerata directed by Vincent Wallace. Organist Leon Coates.
The last in the series of diary extracts. Sue Limb browses through diary entries for those days when nothing much happens. Read by Susie Brann and Bill Wallis. Producer Erin Riley # Sue Limb's TV dinner: page 32
Introduced by Jenni Murray. Olestra may be the dieter's dream - but what are the side effects? Philippa Dolley samples the fat-free fat.
Serial: Heat Wave by Penelope Lively , read by Rowena Cooper and abridged in 12 parts by Di Speirs (5).
Editors Sally Feldman and Clare Selerie
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Robert Robinson chairs the nationwide general knowledge quiz in which listeners compete to become this year's Brain of Britain. Today's first-round contest comes from the Home Counties. Producer Richard Edis. Rptd Wed 6.30pm
John Saithouse stars in his own play about a footballers' agent. with Gavin Muir , Wolf Kahler , Don Warrington , Yemi Ajibade , Anthony Milner , Joy Elias-Rilwan , Peter Yapp , Ciara Janson , George Allonby and Paul Keating. Director Claire Grove Rpt
By David Pownall. It is World War I and Gerald is a portrait photographer in a small northern town. He takes discreet nude pictures of soldiers' wives for the men to take to the front. with Steve Hodson , Tessa Worsley , Derek Waring. Kristin Milward , Becky Hindley , Michael Tudor Barnes
, Peter Yapp , Jonathan Keeble and Annabel Mullion . Director Peter Kavanagh
Claret, the red wine of Bordeaux, once linked Scotland and France so closely it was called the bloodstream of the Auld Alliance. Billy Kay explores the history, poetry and song of ths ancient connection and meets the people who carry on the tradition today. Producer Michael Shaw
Scott Cherry 's six-part sitcom starring Nicholas Le Prevost as Fenton Babblewick. with Sam Kelly , Gillian Bevan , Sara Coward , John Baddeley and Stephen Critchlow. Music by Paul Mottram. Producer Paul Schlesinger Rpt
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