Matthew Parris presents afour-part series on Parliament's rebels.
1: The Nature of a Rebel. Rebelling MPs are the difference between victory and defeat in Parliament, but what factors motivate them to act like this? Producer Michael Blastland
From Portsmouth Cathedral with the Choristers of the Cathedral Church of St
Thomas of Canterbury. My song is love unknown (Love Unknown); Ruth 1, w 15-22; He delivereth the poor (Parry); King of glory, King of peace (Ballards). Director of music Adrian Lucas.
Jenni Murray talks to London's first black woman teacher. Serial: Shirley Williams - Snakes and Ladders, a Political Diary The first of ten episodes: Setting Forth Editors Sally Feldman and Clare Selerie WEB SITE: http://www.bbcnc.org.uk/ radio/radio4/womansjiour/index.html
A four-part drama series in which the reporters at a West Midlands news agency battle it out to get the stories of the day before anyone else. 1: Life and Death Matters with David Bowen. Denys Hawthorne. Miles Cherry, Richard Derrington , Christian Rodska , Janet Dale , Neil Reidman. Jim Pyke and Nicole Arumugam Music by Jeff Meams. Written by Rod Dungate Director Vanessa Whitburn
The second in the Fivein July series of plays is by award-winning writer Marcy Kahan. Kerry Shale plays Nathan Water-stone, a young New Yorker who sets off on the chase of his life. with Cyril Shaps , Wolfe Morris , Timothy Bateson. David Kossoff , Kristin Millward , Kim Wall , Jane Whittenshaw , Keith Drinkel and Steven Crossley Music by Niel Brand. Director Ned Chaillet
Uncle Lou Wasserstein:
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The medical drama series set on Merseyside. In the fourth of sixepisodes, an attack on the surgery marks the start of racist trouble. with Kate Binchy , Gordon Cameron , Clare Beck , Lyndham Gregory , Liz Stooke , Dee Sadler , Robert Whelan , Janys Chambers and James Quinn Written by Maurice Bessman Director Jeremy Ancock Rpt
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