The interview series in which Fergal Keane talks to different individuals who, through conviction or circumstances, have taken a stand forwhatthey believe in. Producer Jane Beresford. Repeated at9.30pm
Ben Silburn explores the psychology behind moments of madness with five of the most classic glitches in human behaviour. 4: Slips of Speech From Freudian slips to stumbles in sentences, errors in speech can be embarrassing and outrageously funny. But can they be revealing too? New research shows how moments of verbal madness are opening new windows onto how we construct language . Producer Adrian Washbourne
Presented by Maggie Roux. My Song Is Love Unknown (Love Unknown). John 3, wl3-17. 0 the Love That Drew Salvation's Plan (arr Swinford). Praise to the Holiest (Gerontius). Director of music Nigel Swinford.
Caroline Quentin , who began her career as a dancer in pantomime, takes a tour backstage to explore the highs and lows of life in the chorus through the decades. 1: Early Stages. The earliest choruses were contrived as a ruse to lure audiences with a glimpse of leg. They spawned whole armies of girls wantingto sing and dance, and bythe thirties everytown had its own pantomime with chorus dancers and singers displaying varying degrees of talent. But the cramped changing areas and low rates of pay gave rise to an enduring camaraderie amongchorus men and women. producer Emma Kingsley Bring on the dancing girls: page 10
Five plays telling the story of King David's reign. 2: Hazar's Chicken. By Sebastian Baczkiewicz. Bone, a young shepherd boy, meets David in the desert and is persuaded to act as his spy, seeking out King Saul's troops. In a night-time raid, David steals Saul's spear.
With Christopher Godwin and Carl Prekopp. Music by Sylvia Hallett. Musicians Sylvia Hallet , Paul Clarvis , Dirk Campbell Director Jeremy Mortimer
Richard Daniel chairs the programme in which listeners set the agenda with their environmental concerns. Producer Nick Patrick. PHONE: [number removed].
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Stephen Fry and John Bird star as masters of spin
Charles Prentiss and Martin McCabe. Charles decides that Martin needs a challenge and determines to find him the most difficult and demanding client that
Prentiss McCabe has ever taken on - in the form of a disgraced and odious tennis star. However, Charles finds himself trying to rescue the career of a disgraced Labour minister. With Beth Chalmers , Tony Gardner , Tom George , Siobhan Hayes , Chris Pavlo and David Timson. Written by MarkTavener. Producer Dawn Ellis
Is Government accountability being compromised by its increasing reliance on the private sector? Mark Whitaker uncovers worrying evidence of the extent to which people are being kept in the dark on issues ranging from public spending to health and safety, because information is "commercially confidential". Producer Andy Denwood. Repeated Sunday 5pm
Why Do They Do That?What have you always wanted to ask your doctor, but were too afraid to ask? Not about your illness or symptoms, but aboutthe rituals and traditions which you and the medical profession take for granted. Dr Graham Easton can get some straight answers for you from a panel of experts. Producer Paula McGrath.
John O'Farrell 's four-part personal account of life as a Labour supporter during the Conservative government of 1979-97. With John O'Farrell , Jack Dee , Doon MacKichan and Tony Hawks. 2: 1983-6. The miner's strike, Kinnock "lancing the boil of militant", and Scotch eggs. Producer LucyArmitage
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