My God. and Is Thy Table Spread?; Daniel 5, wl-7, wl7-18; Turn Thy Face from My Sins; The King of Love
My Shepherd Is (St Columba). With the Manchester Cathedral choristers.
Director of music Christopher Stokes.
Author Ros Coward joins
Sheila McCiennon to discuss the relevance of feminism to the new millennium. Drama: If Only. Part 1. Taxi Men Are Invisible by Maeve Binchy. Editor Ruth Gardiner
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Adam Hart-Davis reassesses the lives and work of four great inventors.
4: The Clergy and the Earth Closet. The Rev Henry Moule 's development of the earth closet during his troublesome parish life in 19th-century Dorset. Producer Hilary Field
Fve comic stories about London life by Charles Dickens. Love and Oysters
Dramatised by Stephen Wyatt. David Calder stars as John Dounce , whose orderly life is disrupted on acquaintance with an oyster-seller. with Siriol Jenkins, Elizabeth Conboy.
David Allister and loan Meredith. Director Sally Avens
By Natalia Power. When Kate realises her ambition to study classics at Cambridge, she finds her life in emotional turmoil as she is torn between two very different people. with Carolyn Jones , Elizabeth Conboy , Tessa Worsley and David Allister Director Cherry Cookson
Anna Massey narrates the history of Britain, with the words of Sir Winston Churchill read by Peter Jeffrey. Additional readings by Denys Hawthorne. 131: George IV and Caroline of Brunswick
Producer Pete Atkin Revised repeat
Nicholas Parsons is joined by Clement Freud , Stephen Fry , Peter Jones and Paul Merton for radio's most devious panel game, from London's Radio Theatre. Devised by Ian Messiter. Producer Chris Neill Repeated Sunday 12 noon
Five stories by Irish women writers to mark the passionately contested introduction of divorce to Eire.
1: Taxi Men Are Invisible by Maeve
Binchy, dramatised by Alun Richards. Director Jane Dauncey. Repeated from 10.45am
The Naming of Parts. As the way we label things becomes ever more problematic, Andrew Dilnot examines the dilemmas of governing and understanding societies which we struggle to describe. Producer Ingrid Hassler. Rptd Sunday 9.30pm
In the last of two programmes about relationships between animals and weather, Joanna Pinnock discovers that, for birds, a rainstorm can mean having to make a life-or-death decision. Producer Helen Thomas
Four plays by Rob Gittens , set in Cardiff's city centre. 3: The Bouncer's Tale
Leanne has enough on her plate without pressure from Jed to turn a blind eye. with Brendan Charleson , Giles Thomas ,
lestyn Jones. Helen Griffin , Erica Eirian and Robert Harper. Director Alison Hindell
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