New Testament Turkey Pilgrimage
From the Byzantine Church at Sardis.
Presented by Dr Pauline Webb. The God of Abraham Praise; Revelation 3, wl-6; Wake, O Wake! With Tidings Thrilling;
Through the Night of Doubt and Sorrow. Director of music Gordon Stewart.
The second of five programmes bringing alive the personal diaries of ordinary people. After losing his house to the bank, architect Andrew Golland and his family decided to try to make it big in California. But the American Dream was soon to become a nightmare as the family tried to survive through earthquakes, gunfights, eviction, disastrous car purchases and the insanity of west coast life.
Producers Susan Breen and Martin Weitz
Five programmes about popular radio detectives. 1: Send for Paul Temple
Detective aficionado Professor Jeffrey Richards revisits the world of that indomitable husband-and-wife team
Paul and Steve Temple, the creation of radio dramatist Francis Durbridge , who died last month. Producer Jon Rolph
Barry Took presents a revised version of the popular radio parlour game Twenty Questions. Regular team member Geoffrey Durham is joined by Nigel Dempster and Frances Edmonds. Written by Michael Dines. Producer Andy Aliffe
In Vanessa Rosenthal 's evocative play, a Jewish convert looks back over her life and remembers the man she once fell in love with. Despite the difficulties and differences of faith, did love conquer all? with Ann Rye. Russell Dixon. Thelma Ruby. Vanessa Rosenthal , Christine Mackie , Tara Pendergast and Holly Grainger Director Nandita Ghose
Rituals, traditions and conventions are under threat as Laurie Taylor invites his guests to think the unthinkable about society and the ideas that shape it. Producer Tom Alban
Alan Davies stars in his own sitcom.
Alan Francis and Ronnie Ancona play his long-suffering friends Murray and Kate as they all try to sort out this week's dilemma.
Written by Alan Davies , Tony Roche and Ben Silburn. Producer Jane Berthoud
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Economies are built on the car- it is a symbol of wealth and personal freedom. But exhaust fumes are poisoning us and adding to the problem of global warming. The car will not go away, so how can it be made cleaner?
Presented by Guy Linley-Adams .
Producers Hugh O'Donnell and Melanie Stanley
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