Polly Toynbee interviews five leading public figures about the moral commandments that guide their professional lives and decisions. 2: The Rev Dr Ian Paisley MP talks about the relevance of the biblical Ten Commandments in today's world.
Introduced by Jenni Murray. Short story: The Sight of You. The first of three stories by Amy Bloom , abridged by Di Speirs and read by Lorelei King. Editors Sally Feldman and Clare Selerie E-MAIL: Womans.email@example.com
Ned Sherrin hosts the general knowledge music quiz. Heat Three. With Ray Carvello from Brighton, Rosemary Armitage from Cheltenham and Peter Hobday from Stourport-on-Severn. Producer Steve Doherty
Repeated Wednesday at 6.30pm
By Lee Hall. 3: The Sorrows of Sandra Saint. Sandra and her brother Scout are still grieving for their dad. Sandra is 14, difficult, angry at the world and drives her mum mad. Scout is two years younger and believes if he buries a sock in the garden, then he might bring his father back to life. However, Sandra has other ideas in mind ...
Director Kate Rowland
By Ann Bridge. As a doctor's wife takes the familiar road to the railway station, ghostly apparitions appear at the roadside bearing an uncanny resemblance to the passenger she is supposed to be meeting. Read by John Woodvine. Producer Julian Wilkinson
Join Chairman Nicholas Parsons and guests Paul Merton , Peter Jones ,
Clement Freud and Graham Norton at the Radio Theatre as they try to talk for one minute without hesitation, repetition or deviation.
Repeated from Saturday 12.25pm
By Colum McCann. In New Orleans, Flaherty dreams of the past while his Mexican wife Juanita looks to pay the bills. In Boston, his boxing prodigy Joe prepares for a big fight while
Irish journalist Turner is after the big story ...
Director Roland Jaquarello
Rory Turner Al:
Hermione Lee asks five well-known women writers to look back at an early work and talk about how their writing has developed and changed since then. 2: Alice Munro on Lives of Girls and Women
Producer Erin Riley Repeat
The last of three programmes in which seasoned travellers recall their exploits - and their reactions to extreme conditions. Those who choose to cross the oceans - by rowing.... Producer Alastair Wilson Repeat
Lucy Flannery 's award-winning sitcom. When Paul delivers an ultimatum to Ruby, a visit to a fortune teller with Maria tells them more than they bargained for. with Linda Polan. Toby Longworth and Vivienne Rochester. Producer Liz Anstee Repeat
Flann O'Brien 's story, abridged in ten parts by Eric Ewens and read by Patrick Magee.
1: A murder thriller, a hilarious comic satire about an Irish village police force, and a tender story about the unrequited love affair between a man and his bicycle.
Producer Maurice Leitch Repeat
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