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with Alison Hilliard and Trevor Barnes. Producers Christine Morgan and David Coomes

Contributors

Unknown:
Alison Hilliard
Unknown:
Trevor Barnes.
Producers:
Christine Morgan
Producers:
David Coomes

from Trinity Church, Sutton. Led by Rev Paul Priest. Readings: 2 Kings 4. w 18-37: James 5, w 13-16: Mark 2, w 1-12. Music: Praise, my soul, the King of Heaven; 0 for a closer walk with God (Stanford); 0 Christ the healer, we have come (Melcombe); Make me a channel of your peace; When Jesus the healer passed through Galilee (Healer); Kum ba ya; 0 Jesus, I have promised (Wolvercote). Director of Music lain Carnegie. Organist Stephen Haylett.

Contributors

Organist:
Stephen Haylett.

This week Fred Downham , Sue Phillips and Daphne Ledward dip into the post bag. Chairman Dr Stefan Buczacki.
Producer Amanda Mares

Contributors

Unknown:
Fred Downham
Unknown:
Sue Phillips
Unknown:
Daphne Ledward
Unknown:
Dr Stefan Buczacki.
Producer:
Amanda Mares

The second part of Mario Vargas Llosa 's masterpiece is based on a true incident in the 1890s. Colonel Cesar of the Brazilian Army sets out to put down a seemingly minor disturbance, inspired by a preacher who considers the world's first socialist republic to be the "Anti-Christ".
Dramatised by Mike Walker
Director Shaun MacLoughlin

Contributors

Unknown:
Mario Vargas Llosa
Dramatised By:
Mike Walker
Director:
Shaun MacLoughlin
Reporter:
Kerry Shale
Lion of Natuba:
Jack Klaff
Baron de Conabrava:
Nigel Anthony
Jurema:
Carolyn Backhouse
Fr Joachim:
William Eedle
Rocha:
David Holt
Idiot:
Peter Meakin
Bandit Joao:
Anthony Jackson
Colonel Cesar:
Peter Whitman
Rufino:
Christian Rodska
Dwarf:
Bill Monks
Bandit Pajeu:
Eric Allen
Old woman:
Tina Gray
Bearded 'ady:
Gillian Goodman
GaBeo Gall:
Bob Docherty

Arthur Fieldsend has been a GP for 30 years and he tells Martyn Wiley how, in spite of recent changes, he soldiers on as a family doctor in his suburban surgery. Producer Dave Sheasby

Contributors

Unknown:
Arthur Fieldsend
Unknown:
Martyn Wiley
Producer:
Dave Sheasby

In the last of the series, Barbara Myers talks to Russell Stannard , Professor of Physics at the Open University. Producer Deborah Cohen

Contributors

Talks:
Barbara Myers
Unknown:
Russell Stannard
Producer:
Deborah Cohen

Regional Variations (2)

Open University:

BBC Radio 4 FM

Last episode in the dramatisation of the life of Lord Byron by Michael and Melissa Bakewell , with Jonathan Hyde as Lord Byron and Paul Daneman as the voice of the poet. Carve a New Path to Fame. "Poor Greece - I have given her my time, my money, my health - and now I give her my life." Director Rosemary Hart

Contributors

Unknown:
Melissa Bakewell
Unknown:
Jonathan Hyde
Unknown:
Paul Daneman
Director:
Rosemary Hart
Augusta Leigh:
Kate Buffery
Teresa Guiccioli:
Elaine Claxton
Pietro Gamba:
David Thorpe
Hobhouse:
Neville Jason
Police spy:
John Baddeley
Blaquiere:
James Taylor
Lady Blessington:
Alice Arnold
Doctor:
David King
Stanhope:
David March
Fletcher:
Dominic Letts
Capt Parry:
David Goudge

Mike Wooldridge presents the last of the series in which he meets believers from the major religious traditions in Britain. The Vision Thing: Faith and Society. Producer Norman Winter

Contributors

Unknown:
Mike Wooldridge
Producer:
Norman Winter

Best-selling author and Dublin journalist Maeve Binchy reveals a hatred for etiquette and a love of cats in her selection of poetry and prose. Readers Nigel Anthony and Kate Binchy Producer Julian Wilkinson

Contributors

Readers:
Nigel Anthony
Readers:
Kate Binchy
Producer:
Julian Wilkinson

BBC Radio 4 FM

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