For St David 's Day, from Albany Road Baptist Church, Cardiff, led by the Rev Roy Jenkins , with the Vivace Singers.
King of Glory, King of Peace; How Sweet Are Your Words; The Love of God Comes Close; 1 John 3, w9-16. Director of music Andrew Wilson-Dickson .
In 1826, a giraffe given to the king of France by the viceroy of Egypt walked 550 miles from Marseilles to Paris. Andrew Sachs tells the story of the gift that won the hearts of a nation. 1 of 5. Producer Lisa Osbome
A comedy series by Arnold Evans. 2: Merely Players. A duelling count and a quack apothecary - only Beau Nash can give a looming tragedy a happy ending. with Andrew Wincott. Lesley Rooney. Richard Nichols and Simon Ludders. Composer John Hardy. Director Alison Hindell
By Don Haworth. A humorous story of enterprise, aviation and friendship in a small Lancashire community in the last days of the 1930s - a time when hope and innocence flourished, only to be shattered by the Second World War. with Brigit Forsyth. Malcolm Hebden , Michael Begley and Geoffrey Banks Director Polly Thomas
Anna Massey narrates the history of Britain, with the words of Sir Winston Churchill read by Paul Eddington.
Additional readings by John Hartley. 41: Henry V and Agincourt Written by Christopher Lee Producer Pete Atkin Repeat
Nicholas Parsons is joined by Tony Hawks, Derek Nimmo ,
Graham Norton and Linda Smith for radio's most devious panel game. Recorded at the Sheffield Lyceum. Producer Chris Neill
Repeated Sunday 12.30pm
An environmental drama by Tim Jackson. Alex sorts out his feelings about Maddy and is drawn closer to Laura. Part 11. with Marian Kemmer , Joe Crowley ,
Lesley Carvello , Terry Molloy , Eric Allan , Kelly Hunter , Ian Pepperell, Norman Bird and Peter Tuddenham. Music Malcolm McKee. Director Peter Leslie Wild. Repeated from 10.45am
A series investigating effects of crime on the perpetrator's family. Parents and Children. Peter White talks to parents whose lives were turned upside down when theirchildren were sent to prison. Producers Eleanor Garland and Leanne Buckle
New Labour pic. The Government has been trying to copy private sector models of management, auditing and consumer relations. But will this work, and could it be undemocratic? Ian
Hargreaves asks how much our politicians and civil servants can realistically learn from big business.
Producer Zareer Masani. Rptd Sunday 9.30pm
Currents of Change. From malaria in Africa to predictions of a globally warmed future, Howard Stableford uncovers the massive world impact of ocean currents such as El Nino.
Producer Grant Sonnex. Rptd tomorrow 11am
John Sharian reads Hemingway's acclaimed novel, whose protagonist, Jake Barnes , speaks for the "lost generation" of men and women drifting through a shattered Europe after the First World War. Part 1 of 10. Producer Ned Chailiet
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