Each Monday during Lent,
Lavinia Byrne makes a spiritual pilgrimage. Today she visits St Mary 's School, Shaftsbury. Dorset. Praise My Soul, the King of Heaven (Praise My Soul); 1 Peter 1 w 14-21; The Sorrows of My Heart (Boyce); Praise to the Holiest (Richmond). Director of music Deborah Radford.
Six programmes in which Maureen Lipman examines the British at play and discovers that seemingly harmless pastimes can be battlegrounds of passion and prejudice. 1: Veterans' Tennis Producer Karen Walker
The influential choreographer
Rosemary Butcher meets Jenni Murray to celebrate two decades of work. Serial: Every Man for
Himself Marcus D'Amico reads the sixth part of Beryl Bainbridge 's Booker-nominated story, abridged in ten parts by Pat McLoughlin.
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A three-part drama by Tina Pepler.
2: Twenty years on, Elizabeth is living in Iran, where her four daughters are growing up and discovering there may be more to their mother than meets the eye. with Sarah Jane Holm , Kate Fenwick , Jack Ellis , Janet Maw , loan Meredith, Robert Harper , Chris Pavlo , Shirley Dixon and Christopher Scott. Director Marion Nancarrow
Lynne Walker investigates the collaboration between education and opera, and visits companies currently working with children on large performance projects.
Producer Edwina Wolstencroft
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Stuart Fortey's biographical play is about the period in Chekhov's life during the first production of The Seagull, illustrating how Chekhov's life often ran in parallel with the characters in his plays, and how two very different kinds of relationship with women dominated his life and creative spirit.
By Barbara Vine , adapted in four parts by Nick Fisher.
4: Out of This World. Axel's influence over the residents of the schoolhouse finally extends to Tom. with Ann Beach , Kim Wall , Alice Arnold , Stuart Morris , Verity Waite. Shirley Dixon , Alex Lowe , Christopher Scott and Colleen Prendergast. Musicians Polly Hewett , Roland Robert and Christine Messiter Director Marion Nancarrow Repeat
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