From Harrogate. Will You Come and Follow Me? (Kelvingrove); Matthew 9, w9-13; When God Almighty (0 Waly Waly); Down by the Riverside (Arr
Simmons). With the choir of St Aidan's Church of England High School, Harrogate. Director of music Cathy Roberts.
A Victorian mystery by Wilkie Collins , dramatised by John Arden. Miss
Morris and the Stranger. A governess is the recipient of a generous legacy. with Hugh Dickson , Jane Whittenshaw , Alison Pettitt , Lucas Rush and Katie Lucy. Pianist Colin Guthrie. Director David Blount Repeat
Nick Clarke returns with the quiz in which teams representing the regions grapple with problems of lateral thinking and cultural knowledge. This week, Fred Housego and Marcel Berlins
(South of England) meet
Antonia Fraser and Brian J Ford (Midlands).
Producer Paul Bajoria. Rptd Sunday 1.30pm
1: Don't Let the Stars Get in Your Eyes Sue Teddern's drama, set in 1953, follows the lives of six students of the Meteor Charm School. September.
Irene has been given a shot at stardom - but first she has to break up with Eric. with Luisa Bradshaw-White, Amanda Root, Giles Thomas, Rebecca Saire, Christopher Staines, John Hartley, Frances Jeater, Geoffrey Whitehead, Charlie Simpson, Tabitha Wady, David Thorpe, Sean Baker, Eddie Marsan, Sarah-Jane Holm, Charlie Simpson, Stephen Critchlow, Peter Gunn and Jan Goodman. Part 2 tomorrow
By Matthew Solon. As the libel case continues, the tension increases. with Badi Uzzaman , Denys Hawthorne ,
Frances Jeater , Geoffrey Whitehead , Philip Bretherton , Tracy-Ann Oberman ,
Don McCorkindale , Christopher Scott , Dominic
Power and Joseph Bennett. Director Andy Jordan Repeated from 10.45am
By Robin Glendinning. The seasonal hunt in rural Ulster is stimulated by the desire to sell the hound that catches the hare to an American millionaire. The hare has other ideas.
Director Roland Jaquarello
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