Presented by Judy Merry. Love's Redeeming Work Is Done (Savannah). Luke 24, wl-11. 0 Sons and Daughters (Walford Davies). Ah! Lord, When My Last End Is Come (Bach). With the John Powell Singers, director John Powell. Producer Philip Billson
Written and read by Jane Lapotaire. Three years ago, Jane Lapotaire collapsed in Paris with a cerebral aneurysm. She was rushed to hospital where, after emergency surgery, she spent three and a half weeks in intensive care. In this memoir she tells the story of her illness and how she has had to come to terms with the far-reaching effects it exerts on her life today. producer Jane Marshall Repeated at 12.30am Different strokes: page 41
Peter Snow brings to life stories from historic newspapers. 4: The Post Boy. 13-15 July 1697 Engineer Henry Winstanley is seized by French sailors while working of the first Eddystone lighthouse; John Eachard rails against the drunkenness of the clergy, and Bank of England customers worry about the reliability of the newfangled notes. And Peter Snow finds some 1690s spectacles which suit him just fine. Producer Andrew Green
By Mike Stott , starring Keith Barron. An undertaker addicted to his work proves a very tricky customer when it comes to showing prospective buyers around his property. Meanwhile Barry and Collette finally admit to theirfeelings for one another. Last in the series.
Producer Bruce Hyman Director Dirk Maggs
By Gerry McGee. Steven's first day working at an antiquated college of printing in London turns into a nightmare, as he discovers a series of booby traps left by his predecessors, the mysterious Gant and McCulley, who disappeared in very suspicious circumstances.
Director Cherry Cookson
In the first of five programmes this week profiling ordinary Africans doing extraordinary things,
Ken Wiwa meets Ndungi Githuku , a 30-year-old poet and dramatist who became swept up in politics. On the streets, in the parks, Githuku and his troupe perform wherever there are people, and theirconscienceraising shows have often been the only alternative political VOice to be heard. Producer Caroline Pare
Joining Nigel Rees this week are are
Dr Simon Thurley , Mitchell Symons , Simon Brett and Michael Coveney. The reader is William Franklyn. Producer Carol Smith Repeated Sunday 12.04pm
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By Gemma McMullan. Jenny and Brian are two single thirty somethings still searching in life for their ideal partners. In these five stories, they enter the topsyturvy world of contemporary dating, trying various approaches in the hope they will meet their perfect match.l: The Matchmakers. Married friends try to kick-start romance by setting Brian and Jenny up with eligible suitors.
Producer Tanya Nash Director Gemma McMullan Repeat of 10.45am
Woman at party/Penny/Karen:
Last in the series in which Edward Stourton explores the 4,000-year history of the Jewish people and traces how Moses's revelation on Mount Sinai, described in the book of Exodus, still affects events today. Producer Phil Pegum
North Korean Refugees. It is the invisible exodus.
Tens of thousands of people have risked everything to flee North Korea, some making it all the way to the South. Chris Gunness investigates what happens when they get there and talks to some of the dedicated activists who have established the secret channels Of escape. Repeated from Thursday
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