From St Cadoc's Church, Caerleon,
South Wales, led by the Rev
Roy Jenkins with the National Youth Choir of Wales and organist Janice Ball.
Psalm 145, w8-17: Let All the World in Every Corner Sing; Sanctus (Schubert): Lord Enthroned in Heavenly Splendour. Director of music Ralph Allwood.
Serial: Delicate Matters by Vickery Turner , abridged in ten parts by Meg Clarke. Part 6.
Serial produced by Di Spiers. Daily editor
Emma Selby. Managing editor Nadine Grieve E-MAIL: firstname.lastname@example.org
A story of love and loss by Julia Pascal. When war breaks out, a Jewish refugee is evacuated to Guernsey. Does this mean the end of her musical career? with Vanessa Rosenthal , Melissa Sinden , Russell Dixon , Martin Reeve , John Griffin , Nicola Reynolds , Sarah Nixon. Stephanie Jones and William Haigh.
Director Nandita Ghose Repeat
The French Collection
The Marquis de Sade 's tale of a suitor who goes to extraordinary lengths to win the woman of his dreams begins a week of five French short stories.
Translated by Edward Marielle , with Charles Dance narrating as de Sade. Producer Gemma Jenkins
By Paul Herzberg. During the Angolan Civil War in 1976, a white South
African conscript was ordered to carry a wounded black freedom fighter on his back through the bush. The dying man whispered in the soldier's ear, and what he heard is changing his life. with Diana Kent. Adjoa Andoh , Chris Scott and loan Meredith. Director Andy Jordan
The first of a six-part series which explores the world of colour.
Over the Rainbow. It may be possible to have an eye for colour, but is it also possible to have an ear for it? Written by Annette Kobak
Producer Kate McAII Repeat
The fourth in a six-part serialisation of Stephen King 's novel, dramatised by Gregory Evans. The most shattering of tragedies strikes the Creed family. with William Roberts , Liza Ross. Stuart Milligan , Kerry Shale. Alan Tilvem , Gordon Sterne and Garrick Hagon. Music by David Chilton and Nicholas RusselLPavier. Director Gordon House Repeat
A ten-part serialisation of Paul Beatty 's novel, set in the heart of America's urban street culture.
1: For Gunnar Kaufman , a change of location leads to a change of racial identity.
Producer Pam Fraser Solomon
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