The 5,000-Year Struggle to Align the Clock and the Heavens - and What
Happened to the Missing Ten Days By David Ewing Duncan , read in five i parts by Derek Jacobi.
I 1: Time and What It Means ? Abridged by Katrin Williams Producer Clive Stanhope
From St Andrew 's and St George 's ; Church, Edinburgh, led by the Rev i Johnston McKay. Philemon 1-7;
Almighty Father, who Dost Give; Eternal God, whose Power Upholds; Almighty
Father of All Things That Be. St Andrew Camerata directed by Vincent Wallace.
With Martha Kearney and guests. Dear ! Jayne Browne : Corresponding with the Enemy by Elizabeth Proud. Part 1 of 5. : Managing editor Nadine Grieve
; Dear Jayne Browne repeated at 7.45pm iE-MAIL: firstname.lastname@example.org
The conclusion of Judy Allen 's dramatisation of the story by Philippa Pearce. with Crawford Logan , Deborah Berlin. Tim Godwin , David Holt , Simon J Williamson , George Miller and Judy Parkin. Music by Elizabeth Parker. Director John Taylor Repeat
A taut, three-part political thriller by Gary Brown. 2: Jacky succeeds in infiltrating the Blackshirts, but is his hidden identity secure? with Linal Haft , Lloyd Peters , Thelma Ruby , Sidonie Myers , Deborah Berlin , Dan Armour , Jonathan Tafler , Russell Dixon ,
John Wheatley , Gary Brown and Lloyd Peters Director Andy Jordan Repeat
Arabella Weir hosts a new panel game about connecting the seemingly unconnected. This week's panellists are Kevin Day, Maria McErlane , Charlie Higson and Jackie Clune.
Written by Nigel Crowle. Producer Liz Anstee Repeated Sunday 12.30pm
Corresponding with the Enemy by Elizabeth Proud. Jayne's anonymous correspondent directs Jayne to an unsolved wartime mystery. Part 1 of 5. with Julie Cox. Angela Pleasence ,
David Collings , Michael Tudor Barnes , Tom Bevan , Lucy Scott and Alistair Petrie
Director John Taylor. Repeated from 10.45am
Janet Cohen presents three programmes about children caught up in the law. 2: A Public Childhood
The Children Act protects children in local authority care. But what rights do they have when things go wrong? Producer Anna Parkinson Revised repeat
Tony Blair has presented a vision of Britain in which no one is left out. How is it shaping up in practice?
3: In Trouble. Jenny Cuffe visits
Dewsbury in Yorkshire to investigate the changing role of probation officers. Producer Smita Patel. Repeated Sunday 9.30pm
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