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The Saturday Play: Rebus-Resurrection Men

1/2. By Ian Rankin , dramatised by Bert Coules. As a murder inquiry begins into the death of an Edinburgh art dealer, Rebus is ordered to undergo "retraining". This drama concludes next Saturday. Other parts played by members of the cast Director Bruce Young BBC RADIO COLLECTION: Resurrection Men is available on CD from good retail outlets or from www.bbcshop.com Call [number removed]
BBC Radio 4 FM

The Saturday Play: Rebus: Resurrection Men

2/2. By Ian Rankin, dramatised by Bert Coules. Rebus is investigating several detectives who may have stolen £3 million from a drug dealer. DS Clarke is investigating the murder of the art dealer, Edward Marber. Her inquiries lead her to suspect the Edinburgh gangster Morris Cafferty - a man who knows a great deal about the past life of one John Rebus...

Other parts played by members of the cast

BBC RADIO COLLECTION: Resurrection Men is available on CD from good retail outlets or from Call [number removed]
BBC Radio 4 FM

The Gowk Storm

6/10. A year has gone by, but can Julia move on from the heartbreak of last winter? Set in the Highlands in the late 19th century, the drama unfolds as the sisters embark on their first romantic adventures. By Nancy Brysson Morrison, dramatised by Gerda Stevenson.
Other parts played by members of the cast
Producer/Director David Ian Neville Repeated from 10.45am
BBC Radio 4 FM

The Saturday Play: Rebus - Resurrection Men

1/2 As a murder inquiry into the death of an Edinburgh art dealer begins, Rebus is ordered to undergo
"retraining". It's a cover that allows him to investigate suspected crooked officers, but as they work on the killing of a small-time gangster, Rebus wonders who is actually being investigated. Written by Ian Rankin , and dramatised byBertCoules.
Producer/Director Bruce Young (RI
BBC Radio 4 FM

The Saturday Play: Rebus -Resurrection Men

2/2. Rebus is on the trail of detectives who may have stolen E3m from a drug dealer. Written by Ian Rankin __ and dramatised by Bert Coules. Producer/Director Bruce Young
BBC Radio 4 FM

The Saturday Play: The Haverstock Hill Murder

The renowned Victorian detective and former actress Dorcas Dene is commissioned by a desperate mother to save her son from the gallows after he is accused of the brutal murder of his wife. Dorcas has her work cut out to solve the case, given that the victim has named her husband as the assailant with her dying breath. Humorous, forensically logical and a resourceful mistress of disguise, Dorcas Dene is one of the better-drawn stars from the golden age of the English detective short story.
By George R Sims, dramatised by Roger Danes.
Producer Patrick Rayner; Director David Ian Neville
BBC Radio 4 FM

The Saturday Play: Dover Beats the Band

Who would want to kill a mild-mannered philatelist in a holiday camp? Inspector Dover doesn't much care. But as the investigation begins to uncover a conspiracy, even Scotland Yard's laziest detective becomes determined to catch the killer. Comedy thriller by Joyce Porter, dramatised by Paul Mendelson.
Producer/Director David Ian Neville
BBC Radio 4 FM

Afternoon Play: Dave - the Dead Lefty

The surviving members of a radica 1970s theatre group are reunited at the funeral of their former roadie. Old loves are rekindled, old wounds re-opened - and old secrets dug up. By Mervyn Stutter.
Producer/Director David Ian Neville
BBC Radio 4 FM

Classic Serial: Coram Boy

1/2. The Coram Man. It is 1741. The young aristocrat Alexander Ashbrook and his best friend Thomas, a carpenter's son, are parted when Alexander's father forces him to work on the estate. So he runs away. Dramatised by Jamila Gavin from her children's novel.
Other roles played by Ian Masters , Roger May , Richard Owens , David Holt , Sara Markland , Thomas Deediqan. Zooey Gleaves , Sam Shiels , Abigail Sitton. Sam Hoiles and Tom Glenister Repeated from Sunday
BBC Television

Designed in Glass

Craftsmen in an Edinburgh glass factory execute a Coronation goblet designed by Laurence Whistler and specially commissioned for this programme.
The design is first discussed in the London studio by Barbara Jones and Barnett Freedman, who took part in the discussion on Coronation souvenirs last month.
BBC Radio 4 FM

THE SUNDAY PLAY

The Constant Star
George Blake 's novel of Clydeside adapted by JOHN KEIR CROSS with Archie Duncan
Simon Lack
Bryden Murdoch
Others taking part:
Mary Riggans. Suzan Hedderwick James Grant , David Mowat
Produced by Finlay J. Macdonald
Broadcast on October 27. 1862
BBC Radio 4 FM

Manderston

by Alison McLeay
'Sir James and Lady Miller request the pleasure of the company of...'
There can have been few more sumptuous housewarmings than the Grand Ball given to celebrate the completion of Manderston House in the Scottish Borders. With its silver-plated staircase, and silk-hung walls, the house was a monument to uninhibited Edwardian luxury.
Manderston still stands almost exactly as it did then. The stables, with their rosewood harness-room, are said to be among the finest in Europe, and from the massive French kitchen range to the magnificent ball-room and Sir James's own silver-plated bath, it is virtually unchanged since the day of the Grand Ball on 7 November 1905.
This dramatised impression of that day was recorded on location at the house and on the estate.
With the voices of VIVIENNE DIXON, GWYNETH GUTHRIE, MARY RIGGANS , JOHN SHEDDEN , FINLAY WELSH and PAUL YOUNG

BBC Scotland
Preview: page 17
(Stereo/Binaural)
(The full binaural effect of this programme can be achieved by listening with stereo head phones)
BBC One London

The Sharp End

Fourth part of Roy Clarke 's new humorous drama series.
Starring Gwen Taylor
Celia and Carmichael are in hot pursuit of arch-womaniser Warboys who seems to leave broken hearts and debts wherever he goes.
Producer Fiona Finlay Director Brian Parser
• TELETEXT SUBTITLES: page 888
BBC Two England

How Do You Want Me?

Fourth in a six-part comedy drama from Simon Nye , starring
Dylan Moran , Charlotte Coleman Woof! Reluctantly, Ian invites an abrasive old comedian colleague to perform at a charity gala.
Director John Henderson ; Producer
Margot Gavan Duffy
BBC Two England

How Do You Want Me?

Fifth in a six-part comedy drama from Simon Nye , starring
Dylan Moran , Charlotte Coleman The Hidden World of Country Fire Stations. Ian plans revenge for a tasteless practicaljoke.
Director John Henderson ; Producer
Margot Gavan Duffy * The experts' view: page
Followed by WATER WEEK
Water People A model hooked on mineral water. Stereo
BBC Two England

How Do You Want Me?

Last in the series of the comedy drama series.
The Pleasures of Village Life. As Derek's broken heart seems to have mended, Lisa asks Helen to go on a date with him. Ian, meanwhile, realises that he can no longer stay in Snowle when his father-in-law Astley tells him that he is going to prosecute him for murder.
Written by Simon Nye ; Director John Henderson
Producer Margot Gavan Duffy (S) (W)
BBC Two England

How Do You Want Me?

Comedy drama about a couple who move to the country. Bad Builders. Derek asks Lisa to intervene when Dean strings out the redecoration of his house, while Ian takes over the running of Helen's shop while she is on holiday.
Written by Simon Nye ; Director John Henderson
Producer Margot Gavan Duffy






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