Now Thank We All Our God (Nun danket); Colossians 1, w3-4, 9-12; Sing Joyfully (Byrd); The Lord Bless
You (Leddington-Wright); Lord, for the Years (Lord of the Years). Director of music Paul Leddington-Wright .
A comedy series by Christopher Fitz-Simon. The costumiers get involved in the rivalry between two Lancashire clog troupes. with Frank Kelly , Eugene O'Brien , Dave Hill , Noreen Kershaw and Maureen Dow. Music played by John Trotter Director Roland Jaquarello Repeated Sunday 8pm
By Vita Sackville-West , dramatised by Jill Hyem. Starring Ronald Pickup as Edmund and Kate Buffery as Laura. An eminent journalist, learning that he has only a short time to live, decides to embark on a sea voyage in the company of a widow he has always admired.
Director Cherry Cookson
Michael Rosen explores the way we speak. Wol Wantok ("One World" Talk) Actor Ken Campbell is on a mission to teach the whole world to speak the same language by the year 2000.
Producer Jane Ray. Repeated Sunday 8.30pm
Trevor Phillips learns about the vagaries of air traffic control and about what happens to the tons of aviation fuel dumped into the sea every year. Producer Neil Trevithick
More sketches and chat as Radio 4's antidote to Anne and Nick tackle stress and honesty. Starring Robert Duncan as Mike and Jan Ravens as Sue.
With Ronnie Ancona. Alistair McGowan , Roger Blake and Tim De Jongh. Written by Tim De Jongh from a format by Bill Dare
Music by Mark Burton. Producer Aled Evans
By Robert Smith. A mobile phone's ring in the middle of a Sunday service is the start of a media rollercoaster ride for Father Andrew. with Alice Arnold , Sarah Jane Holm , David Antrobus , Patience Tomlinson and Gerard McDermott. Director Ned Chaillet Repeat
Feature makers from four countries tell stories which transcend international boundaries. 2: Night Spirit. The story of the forced relocation in 1956 of the Sayisi Dene people from their remote Canadian village to a new so-called home near Churchill in Manitoba.
Producer Sian Jones
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