From St German's Church, Cardiff. Led by the Rev Roy Jenkins with the Welsh Chamber singers. Hymns: Praise You Lord for the Wonder of Your Healing; Lord, You Have Given Yourself for Our Healing; For the Healing of the Nations. Matthew 8, wl-4, 14-17. Musical director Avril Harding. Organist Andrew Wilson -Dickson.
Introduced by Jenni Murray. Serial:
Gaudy Night by Dorothy L Sayers , read by Sian Thomas and abridged in 12 parts by Meg Clarke (8).
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Paula Wilcox is private-eye
Rosie Monaghan in the first of two stories written by Alan McDonald. Starting Over. Rosie is back in business. with Barbara Dryhurst , Paul Barber , Elaine Claxton , Gareth Armstrong , Gavin Muir and Tom Bevan. Music Peter Howell Director Tracey Neale Repeat
Celebrated pianist Gerhard Oppitz is Lynne Walker 's studio guest. And what's the verdict on BBC2's major adaptation of Joseph Conrad 's epic Nostromo which began on Saturday? Producer Ann Marie O'Callaghan Revised repeat 9.30pm
By Rod Wooden.
A modern epic set in the fictional town of Coaltown, north Britain. When Jason, a world class footballer, deserts his girlfriend to marry another, she exacts her revenge in full view of the media.
Medea, an ex:
Creon, a ruler:
Jason, a hero:
The pro, an agent:
By Barbara Vine. Adapted for radio by Nick Fisher.
1: You Left Your Baby, but Took the Violin. For Jarvis and busker Tom, the attraction of the old school house is that it's near the underground. For Alice, it's an escape from a painful past. with Ann Beach. Christopher Scott. Colleen Prendergast , Shirley Dixon , Chris Pavlo , Elaine Pyke and Alex Lowe. Music Polly Hewett , Roland Robert and Christine Messiter. Director Marion Nancarrow Repeat
Poet Tobias Hill reads the first episode of his five-part story set in contemporary London. Anya from
Finland works as a volunteer at the zoo. When dead things start to go missing she decides to track down the thief.
Producer Angela Dalton
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