Songs of Praise the Angels Sang
(Northampton); Exodus 15, wl-5; 13; I Will Sing of Thy Great Mercies
(Mendelssohn); Christ Triumphant. With the choir of Bowdon Parish
Church. Director of music
Sasha Johnson Manning.
Michael Bakewell's dramatisation of the novel by Agatha Christie.
In the last of five parts, Hercule Poirot must fit each of the clues into its correct place. with Lindsey Fawcett, Sabina Franklyn, Wendy Craig, lain Glen, Susannah Corbett and Gerard McDermott.
Patrice Chaplin 's play shows a less familiar side to chanteuse Suzy Solidor , who ran the infamous Paris nightclub La Vie Parisienne in the 1940s. with Danielle McCormack , James Muir , Peter Gunn , Jillie Meers , Jennie Lee and Brian Parr Director Jeremy Mortimer
Radio's award-winning antidote to panel games comes from the Theatre Royal in Windsor. With Barry Cryer, Graeme Garden, Tim Brooke-Taylor and Jeremy Hardy. Humphrey Lyttelton presides, while Colin Sell is on the piano.
Producer Jon Naismith. Repeated Sunday
By Bryony Lavery. A Tudor shipwreck is explored off Porthant Bay and a new diver stirs up memories. Part 1 of 5. with Geoffrey Hutchings. Sean Arnold.
Russell Boulter , Diana Berriman and Rachel Atkins. Director Janet Whitaker Repeated from 10.45am
Andrew Lincoln stars as Christian in the first of a series of darkly satirical dramas written and directed by Martin Jameson. 1: Bingo!
It is 2003, and the new government establishes a state bingo to fund the health service. with Stuart Richman , Malcolm Hebden. Jane Hollowood , Jimmy Hibbert , Chris Cooke ,
Melissa Sinden , Caroline Sugden and Hannah Wilkinson. Music composed by Paul Cargill
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