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with Brian Redhead and Sue MacGregor.
Details as Monday plus:
7.45 Thought for the Day with Father John McDade
8.40 Yesterday in Parliament

Contributors

Unknown:
Brian Redhead
Unknown:
Sue MacGregor.
Unknown:
Father John McDade

Robert Robinson goes behind the walls of a Carmelite monastery in North Wales and hears why the nuns are devoted to their life of poverty and prayer. Producer Nadine Grieve

Contributors

Unknown:
Robert Robinson
Producer:
Nadine Grieve

Regional Variations (2)

An Act of Worship

BBC Radio 4 FM

The third of six episodes of Christopher Lee 's political drama. Producer Neil Cargill

Contributors

Unknown:
Christopher Lee
Producer:
Neil Cargill
Charles Bannister:
Julian Glover
Dougal Baxter:
Peter Kelly
Mary:
Isla Blair
Kay:
Jane Booker
Rose:
Sheila Reid
Alex:
Caroline Bliss
Polly:
Ruth Gemmell
Nick:
Julian Dutton
Wigton:
Trevor Peacock
Sharp:
Norman Bird
Eamon:
Shaun Prendergast

The last programme of the series in which two teams, captained by Austin Mitchell MP and Michael White , compete in a test of political knowledge. Chairman Patrick Hannan.
Producer Louise Coats

Contributors

Unknown:
Michael White
Unknown:
Patrick Hannan.

by Elizabeth Ryan.
Oxford undergraduate and gardening enthusiast Megan falls in love with the unsuitable Johnny. She is delighted to discover Johnny's father is a TV gardening show personality, but Johnny grows jealous.
Director Michael Fox

Contributors

Unknown:
Elizabeth Ryan.
Director:
Michael Fox
Megan:
Kate Paul
Johnny:
Jonathan Rrth
Father:
Malcolm Hebden
Dorothy:
Jane Cox
Ella:
Jane Hazlegrove
TV Host:
Robert Whelan
Julia:
Rachel Bull
Mrs Poole:
Clare Beck

Paul Allen reviews a new play from Brian Friel , Wonderful Tennessee, directed by Patrick Mason at the Abbey Theatre, Dublin. Also Oleanna by David Mamet at The Royal Court.
Producer Myfanwy Vickers (Revised repeat at 9.15pm)

Contributors

Unknown:
Paul Allen
Unknown:
Brian Friel
Directed By:
Patrick Mason
Unknown:
David Mamet
Producer:
Myfanwy Vickers

Sitcom for the 90s starring Nick Revell , Alistair McGowan and Doon Mackichan. 5: The Promised Land. Nick is flown out to Hollywood to discuss a script, first class and all expenses paid. Surely there must be a catch.
Producer Jon Magnusson

Contributors

Unknown:
Nick Revell
Unknown:
Alistair McGowan
Unknown:
Doon MacKichan.
Producer:
Jon Magnusson

The last of six portraits of the radio famous.
Louis MacNeice : A Poet at the BBC. The poet Louis MacNeice was also a producer in the legenday BBC Features Department for more than 20 years. Humphrey Carpenter investigates the life of the author of The Dark Tower and Christopher Columbus. Producer Fiona McLean

Contributors

Unknown:
Louis MacNeice
Unknown:
Humphrey Carpenter
Producer:
Fiona McLean

Now What, Chancellor?
The economy hovers between recession and recovery, there are issues of budgetary balance to be settled, and the questions of E R M membership and a European single currency are waiting in the wings. Peter Jay chairs a discussion analysing the problems involved in steering the economy through the 90s. Producer David Levy

Contributors

Unknown:
Peter Jay
Producer:
David Levy

Last of a four-part dramatisation of Peter Turnbull 's novel.
Donoghue has enough evidence to arrest Stein - but he doesn't appearto be in the city. Louise wants to make a statement.
Dramatised by Stephen Mulrine Director Hamish Wilson

Contributors

Unknown:
Peter Turnbull
Dramatised By:
Stephen Mulrine
Director:
Hamish Wilson
DS Sussock:
Jake D'Arcy
WPC Elka Willems:
Eliza Langland
DC Montgomery:
Frank Gallagher
DI Donoghue:
Crawford Logan
Mrs Salisbury:
Ginni Barlow
DC King:
Robert Carlyle
Chi Chu:
Sedhar Chozam
PC Hamilton:
Martin McCardie
Barman:
Alec Monteath
PC Wanless:
Paul Morrow
Michelle:
Daniela Nardini
Spike:
Cathal Quinn
Mrs Stein:
Mary Ann Reid
Mrs McIntyre:
Edith Ruddick
Louise:
Anne Marie Timoney

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