Today: ' The Fish Story' by JANET LYNCH-WATSON
Presenters CHLOE ASHCROFT , LIONEL MORTON
Pianist PAUL READE
Graphics HILARY HAYTON Designer LOUISE VANSON
Scripted by CALUM FERGUSON and LESLIE PITT
Directed by LESLIE PITT
Series producer CYNTHIA FELGATE
Fourth Test Match
England v The Rest of the World Second day
The final two hours' play from Headingley, Leeds
Journey through Brazil, Argentina and Chile with Johnny Morris
4 : Iguacu, Buenos Aires and Trelew
' A number of people in Patagonia speak Spanish and Welsh ... They remember their greatgrandfathers, who came from Abertillery and Abersoch ... There is something of Wales here still ... The Welsh who love to talk and sing.'
On his way to Argentina Johnny charters a tiny aircraft to fly over the largest waterfalls in the Americas at Iguacu. In Buenos Aires he visits the Boca district-home of the tango - before flying 800 miles south to Trelew in the Patagonian province of Chubut. Welsh faces, language and names recall the party of Welsh immigrants who landed nearby in 1865. Produced by BRIAN PATTEN (from Bristol)
by ANTHONY TROLLOPE : dramatised in five parts by SIMON RAVEN starring Colin Blakely Rachel Gurney
Part 4: Melmotte Contra Mundum
Script editor LENNOX PHILLIPS Costumes CHARLES KNODE Lighting ROBERT WRIGHT Designer GWEN EVANS
Producer DAVID ONROY
Directed by JAMES CELLAN JONES
Lord Alfred Grendall:
Sir Felix Carbury:
This week: from Belgium starring
Jean-Pierre Leaud Catherine Duport
Nineteen-year-old Marc, a hairdresser's assistant with a passion for fast cars, enters his name for a car rally. But, alas, there's a snag - he has no car. So Marc desperately tries to beg, borrow, or steal a suitable vehicle.
Starring Jean-Pierre L6aud , who has served the French nouvelle vague movement in childhood and maturity, Le Depart is lighter than but not dissimilar to Skolimowski's earlier film Barrier.
Directed by JERZY SKOLIMOWSKI Produced by BRONKA RICQUIER (Philip Jenkinson: page 8)
The last of three programmes with GEOFFREY MOORHOUSE talking to people about insights into reality glimpsed through drugs, madness, or mysticism. Are these experiences a genuine contact with God or merely delusion?
■' In the West, mysticism is usually thought of as a spectacular, deeply emotional experience which is out of the ordinary and leads to great intellectual conceptions of God and of the spiritual life. In the East, we think of it as the normal situation of the believer who knows God.'
' You are suddenly filled with this incredible truth and it's with you for the rest of your life.'
' One knew with utter certainty that one was totally at one with the universe, with God, with life.' Contributors include:
BISHOP ANTHONY BLOOM
KATHLEEN RAINE , FRANCIS HUXLEY FR AELRED SQUIRE , OP
Producer SHIRLEY DU BOULAY
TONY BILBOW looks back over the week with WILLIAM RUSHTON
JAMES CAMERON and other people, other views
Editor MICHAEL HILL