With Dr David Cook. God Is Love, Let Heaven
Adore Him (Hyfrydol); 1 Corinthians 13, w4-12; Thou Wilt Keep Him in Perfect Peace (Wesley); Brother James 's Air (Marosa). With the choir of Bury Grammar School for Girls. Director of music Dorothy Stoddard.
Robert Glenister reads Tom Hiney 's account of the lands, peoples and adventures encountered by two 19th-century Englishmen who set off on the longest missionaryjourney ever made. In 1821, George Bennet , a Yorkshireman, and Daniel Tyerman , a vicar from the Isle of Wight, set off on a whaler bound for Tahiti. Abridged by Elizabeth Bradbury in five parts. Part 1. Producer Sarah Johnson
Martha Kearneywith interviews and discussions from a woman's point of view. Reading: The Glory of Love. A selection of readings for the week of Valentine's Day. Part 1. Editor Ruth Gardiner
E-MAIL: email@example.com. Drama repeated at 7.45pm
Valentine's Day Webwatch: page 47
John McCarthy looks at the different ways the Bible has been read.
2: Blessed Are the Poor. McCarthy travels to El Salvador, where the Bible's message of liberation forthe oppressed inspired the martyrdom in 1980 of Archbishop Romero. In a world of rich and poor he asks, "Whose side is God on?" Producers Norman Winter and Abigail Saxon
Barbara Pym 's fifties novel dramatised in four parts by Elizabeth Proud. Dulcie Mainwairing , recentlyjilted, attends a conference and develops an interest in the charismatic speaker Avlwin Forbes. 1: How to Mend a Broken Heart
Director Sue Wilson
The last of six murder mysteries set in Ireland.
By Annie Caulfield. Created by Barry Devlin.
Paolo and Tina investigate the death of a student on campus, following the trail to an arrogant clique that dabbled in the occult. Is there a rational explanation, or was the Devil really involved?
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Barbara Flynn reads Joanna Trollope 's new novel, abridged in ten parts by Doreen Estall. When a highly respected judge leaves his wife of 40 years for his mistress of seven, the fallout affects the , whole family. Part 1. Producer Speirs
A five-part series in which Mark Coles goes in search of the villified - people who at some stage in their career have been ridiculed, abused, laughed at or dismissed as mad. In this first programme he looks at the French avant-garde philosopher Jacques Derrida :ProducerMarkCoies j
Nicholas Parsons isjoined at the Britannia Royal Naval College, Dartmouth, Devon, by Clement Freud , Linda Smith , Simon Williams and Julian Clary for radio's most devious panel game. Producer Chris Neill. Repeated Sunday 12 noon
Five readings forthe week of Valentine's Day, featuring Juliet Stevenson , Geoffrey Palmer , Alex Jennings , Gerard Murphy and Eleanor Bron. 1: In Celebration of the Feast of St Valentine Producer Lindsay Leonard. Repeated from 10.45am
Valentine's Day Webwatch: page 47
John Waite investigates claims that the Government is dragging its heels over payments to miners who are suffering from crippling lung diseases after workplace exposure to coal dust. Producer Susan Mitchell. E-MAIL: firstname.lastname@example.org
After a 20-year absence, intrepid explorer ! Christina Dodwell returns to Ethiopia for a three- ' part look at the landscape and lore of a country that celebrates both Islamic and Christian traditions. 1: The Making of Heroes Producer Simon Elmes
Programme of the Week: page 121
Julian Pettifer meets the world's unsung heroes of ' nature conservation as they receive recognition fortheirwork in the Whitley 2000 International
Conservation Awards presented by the Princess Royal. Projects include encouraging youngsters to look after their environment in the aftermath of war in Croatia and championing biodiversity in Kenya. Producer Sandra Sykes
By Elizabeth Bowen , read in ten parts by Felicity Kendal. Afterthe death of her parents, 16-year-old Portia comes to stay with her sophisticated j relations in London. Parti.
Abridged and produced by Jane Marshall
Bv Charles Johnson. What might have happened 1 if Martin Luther King had had a double? Clarke Peters reads a fictionalised account of the months leading up to the assassination of the . civil rights leader in 1968. Abridged in ten parts by Brian McCabe. Part 1. Producer Julia Butt
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