Five new works by well-known writers who will be participating in The Word, the first London Festival of Literature.
1: My Journey to Speer, written and read by Gitta Sereny. Producer Pam Fraser Solomon
A comedy series by Arnold Evans. 5: Blessed Are We. A Methodist minister threatens to cause the ruination of Bath.
With Alice Arnold. Rosamund Shelley , Patrick Brennan and Manon Edwards. Composer John Hardy. Director Alison Hindell
By Louis de Bernieres. Early morning, Sunday, and posh Katy sings in the bath. Her contralto negotiates the louvres and glides above the broken tiles of almost sunny, always grubby, never uppity Earlsfield, at the centre of the world. with Patrick Malahide , Joan Sims. Maggie Steed. Fenella Fielding , Burt Kwouk. Katy Emck. Brian Gear , Val Lorraine , Bill Wallis ,
Simon Armstrong , Sally Cookson , David Brooks and John Hartley. Music by Will Gregory , featuring Adrian Utley , Clive Deamer. Julian Arguelles and Martin Shaw. Director Kate McAII
Anna Massey narrates the history of Britain, with the words of Sir Winston Churchill read by Paul Eddington and Peter Jeffrey. Additional readings by Ross Livingstone. 56: King of the Scots Becomes Kingofthe English Written by Christopher Lee Producer Pete Atkin Repeat
An environmental drama by Tim Jackson. Alex is in intensive care and it looks as if nothing can stop
Arcadian's millennium development - unless Laura speaks out. Part 26. with Ian Pepperell , Lesley Carvello ,
Kelly Hunter , Eric Allan , Joe Crowley , Terry Molloy , Norman Bird , Peter Gunn , Sunny Ormonde . Ian Brooker. James Thackwray and Helen Palmer. Music by Malcolm McKee and performed by Paul Arden Taylor. Director
Vanessa Whitburn. Repeated from 10.45am
Daily Bread. It takes six years to become a Catholic priest. In this edition of the documentary series, Rosemary Hartill meets the characters of Ushaw College, Co
Durham. She discovers what is taught and why the graffiti is in Latin. Producer Stephen Douds
The Economy on the Couch. Like people, the economy relies on a cushion of confidence to prosper.
Bridgit Rosewell offers some psychoanalysis to help the economy back to health. Producer Jonathan Brunert
Repeated Sunday 9.30pm
By Tanika Gupta. The Asian music scene is raw and sexy. Firoz, a DJ, ' adds poetry to this sound, but after an accident, he retreats to his room and nothing will get him out. with Jimi Mistry and Shahid Ahmed Director Kristine Landon-Smith
A series of five readings from the modern master of the American short story. 1: Are These Actual Miles? Leo and Toni are on the edge of bankruptcy, so Toni is getting dolled up to sell the car for the best possible price. Producer Matthew Dodd
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