Six visionary thinkers tell
Sheena McDonald what they believe life will be like in the year 2010.
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The People That in Darkness Sat (Dundee); Luke 2, w22-32; Nunc
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School of Music.
Director of music Martin Bussey
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By Graeme Fife.
When death stalked the streets of Paris at the time of the French
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Lynne Walker visits the Arnolfini in Bristol, Avon, to explore an unusual exhibition in which artists use sound and the voice as art form. She also looks at music publishing, as Oxford University's music press celebrates 75 years. Producer Robert Kettehdge Revised repeat at 9.30pm
By Michele Celeste. Complications ensue when an illiterate peasant and her imprisoned lover have to ask other people to transcribe their letters. Starring Michael Maloney as Pedrillo. Director Peter Kavanagh
Lee Hall 's six-part dramatisation of the comic novel by Mario Vargas Uosa. 5: Pedro's overwork is causing mayhem with the soap operas. with John Sessions , Alex Lowe. Sean Baker , Kim Wall , Jonathan Adams , Chnstopher Scott , Robert Harper , Joanna Monro and Elaine Pyke Director Sally Avens Repeat
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