with Paul Mendel.
with Peter Hobday. Details as Holiday Monday, plus:
7.45 Thought for the Day with Canon Eric James.
Regional Variations (2)
Final part: The Brigadier in Season.
Regional Variations (2)
A three-part celebration of how things were in the 1970s. 1: AU the Girls and Boys When women were wimmin and men were androgynous. Producer Liz Jensen. Stereo
John Milton 's sequel to
Paradise Lost, abridged in nine episodes.
1: Satan undertakes His Temptation.
(For credits see Monday 21 December)
Violinist Iona Brown performs The Lark
Ascending, with memories of the composer Vaughan Williams from
Ursula Vaughan Williams and Sir Neville Marriner , and the song of larks, recorded by Richard Margoschis.
Producer Richard Bannerman Stereo (First broadcast in Kaleidoscope)
Water below zero can be hostile, beautiful and strange. This reflection on ice explores its enigmatic chemistry.
Producer Hamish Mykura. Stereo
Final part: Time is not on the side of Hercule Poirot. Stereo
Final programme: Lord Hesketh and James Hunt.
James Hunt won the World Championship a year after leaving the Hesketh team.
with Derek Cooper.
Producer Sheila Dillon. Stereo
with James Naughtie.
8: The Turn of the Screw by Henry James.
What evil influences the two children at Bly?
Dramatised by John Tydeman Music Wildredo Acosta
Director Glyn Dearman. Stereo
5: Mirror Mirror on the Wall.... 1965 and Alf Garnett speaks for England. (Final programme)
1887 was Queen Victoria's Golden Jubilee year as monarch, and her tenth as Empress of India. To mark the occasion, the Queen received a gift from the country she loved Adbul Karim , the first in a line of native Indian servants.
Victoria was enchanted with Karim. Her c)ose advisor Sir James Reid was concerned about the effects this relationship might have on the throne. Queen Victoria .....DOROTHY TUTIN
Sir James Reid. ..STUART McGUGAN
Compiled by Sushila Anand
Producer Fiona Couper. Stereo
The New Year Boy by Shena Mackay.
There's a bulky stranger on Monica's sofa ...
Read by Maggie Steed.
Producer Duncan Minshull
with Frank Partridge and Hugh Sykes.
Britt moves to the workshop.
Director Joanna Toye Stereo
Chris Serle invites celebrities to choose their favourite moments from the year's broadcasting. Producer Sally Flatman. Stereo
BBC correspondents worldwide forecast trends and events in 1993. Chairman Gordon Clough. Producer Howard Rogers
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A look back at the lives of the notable figures to die in 1992, including composer John Cage, politician Wilbur Mills and British Ambassador Oliver Franks.
by Alistair Cooke.
with Melanie Phillips , Stereo
The Doctor's Family 5: A Proposal
A look ahead to the news stories of 1993 with the Week Ending team.
Producer Caroline Leddy. Stereo
A biblical celebration.
Read by Robert Stephens and Cathy Tyson.
Abridged by Doreen Mahon
Producer Ned Chaillet. Stereo (Rpt,
Garard Green reads the tale of Erkenwald, 7th-century Bishop of London. (Stereo)