From St German's Church, Cardiff, led by the Rev Roy Jenkins with the Welsh Chamber Singers. Praise to the Lord, the Almighty; God Is Love, Let Heaven Adore Him; My Heart Is Resting, 0 My God; John 1, wl-5. Director of music Avril Harding. Organist Andrew Wilson-Dickson .
Poet Simon Armitage reads the first of five selections from his new book, All Points North, a series of wry, affectionate reports on life in his home village of Marsden, Yorkshire. Abridged by Doreen Estall. Producer Di Speirs
Jenni Murray introduces a programme launching the National Year of Reading. Dear Jayne Browne : Honest Men by Valerie Georgeson. Part 1 of 5. Daily editor Anne Tyley
DearJayne Browne repeated at 7.45pm
Five Victorian mysteries by Wilkie Collins , dramatised by John Arden. 2: Miss Jeromette and the Clergyman. Stephen Wheatmeal is to take holy orders. with David Brooks , Alison Pettitt and David Bannerman. Pianist Colin Guthrie Director David Blount Repeat
By E. Nesbit, dramatised by Malcolm McKee. On a hot, Edwardian summer's day, five children are granted a series of wishes by a strange creature they find.
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Four comic stories recorded in front of an audience in the Pleasance Cabaret Bar at this year's Edinburgh Festival. 1: Eileen McCallum reads The Day of the Scotch Swine Flu by John Hancox. Producer Bruce Young
Honest Men by Valerie Georgeson. Jayne regards it her duty to unmask Charles. Parti of 5. with Hugh Fraser , Bill Nighy , Lizzie Mclnnerny , Jane Whittenshaw , Lucy Scott , Gudrun Ure and Ellie Beaven. Director Celia de Wolff Repeated from 10.45am
Richard Vincent 's poignant story of comradeship. Three British soldiers flee the bloody chaos of the Napoleonic War. with Roger May , Jonathan Keeble ,
Stephen Critchlow ,Charles Simpson Producer Di Speirs
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