New Testament Turkey Pilgrimage.
From the Grand Theatre of Pergamum, presented by the Rev Stephen Shipley. At the Name of Jesus; Revelation 2, W12-17; He that Shall Endure to the End: We Rest on Thee. Director of music Gordon Stewart.
Lisselle Kayla 'sfour-part comedy series about an ambitious black girl whose dream of becoming a chat show queen almost comes true. Starring Llewella Gideon. 2: Cut!
Emerald's illusions of glamour and fame are shattered when she meets her producer. with Dean Hill and Iwan Thomas Director Pam Fraser Solomon
In Adult Learners Week, Libby Purves looks at summer academies for adults.
And Dame Judi Dench reveals why men with pale blue eyes and receding chins are not to be trusted.
Producer Anne Freeman and Clare McGinn PHONE: [number removed]
The Butter Factor
New programmes from the comedy team of Gerard Foster , Dave Lamb ,
Gordon Southern, Tim Verrinder , Ben Ward and Richard Webb. Contributors include agony uncle Steve Davis and singer/songwriter Ted Ruby. Producer Adam Tandy
In Britain we are now buying more cut flowers and pot plants than ever before, and we remain hooked on gardening as a pastime. Yet all is not rosy in the horticulture industry, and the "English" roses we buy are more likely to have come from Kenya or Morocco. Presented by Helen Hughes.
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