7.45 Sunday Reading w. H. VANSTONE reads from his book Love's Endeavour Love's Expense
7.50 Sunday Papers
7.55 Weather, programme news
Presented by Brian Trueman Producer STEPHEN WHITTLE BBC Manchester
ANNA RAEBURN appeals for
MIND, which is concerned with the needs of the mentally ill and mentally handicapped; 160 local groups provide homes, day care and friendship for patients and their relatives.
Donations to: Anna Raeburn , MIND, [address removed]
8.50 Sunday Papers
8.55 Weather, programme news
The Big Screen
BBC correspondents around the world go to the cinema - and the studio - to find out what the film-makers are up to. Is it entertainment, propaganda, or both?
Presented by Michael Vesty A Radio News production
from Surrey Chapel Free Church, Norwich
Conducted by the Minister, PASTOR DAVID MIDDLETON
Hymns (Hymns of Faith): Sovereign grace (51); For the beauty of the earth (29); Blessed Jesus (90); The Lord is King! (464)
Readings: Psalm 116, vv 1-14; 1 Corinthians 15, vv 1-10 Organist BRIAN SPELMAN BBC Birmingham
medium only until 10.30
A Sunday morning miscellany including talk about food fit for a Queen, beer glorious beer investigated by PAUL BARNES and YVONNE MITCHELL , and PETER FORSTER with a personal selection of writers on France.
Presenter Teresa McGonagle Produced by the Woman's Hour Unit
A chance for network listeners to hear some of the material from local and regional broadcasting, selected and presented by Francis Matthews. Producer JENNY DE YONG BBC Birmingham
Presented by Peter Hobday and Louise Botting
The programme that aims to help you follow the ins and outs of personal finance and get the best deals as a saver, investor or borrower - in short, to look after the pound in your pocket. Featuring each week The Man Behind your Money. A Financial
World Tonight production
Richard Mayne with an unpredictable selection of comment and humour, prose and poetry, music, performers and personalities.
Producer LOUISE PURSLOW assisted by SARAH DUNANT and (music) GEOFFREY SIMON
by Alistair Cooke
12.55 Weather, programme news
Presented by Gordon Clough Editor DEREK LEWIS
(In other words: NIGEL PERRIN , ALASTAIR HUME , ALASTAIR THOMP
SON, ANTHONY HOLT , SIMON CARRINGTONandBRIANKAY) introduce and sing some of the songs the King's Singers sing.
Today: A Few Songs of Love
Producer JOHN FAWCETT WILSON (Repeated: Friday 8.10 pm)
visits Dorset, where members of the Dorchester Horticultural Society put their questions to FRED LOADS, BILL SOWERBUTTS andprofessoralangemmell Questionmaster KEN FORD BBC Manchester
The High Window
The second of a monthly series of five RAYMOND CHANDLER novels dramatised by BILL MORRISON Ed Bishop as Philip Marlowe California 1941
When Mrs Murdock asked Marlowe to recover a rare gold coin stolen by her daughter-in-law, the private eye took the case. He didn't like Mrs Mur dock but he needed the job. Three murders and a great many lies were not part of the deal.
Arthur Negus and Bernard Price discuss listeners' questions with HUGH SCULLY. Producer PAMELA HOWE. BBC Bristol
Birds and the Barrage
The large tidal range of the Severn Estuary could be harnessed to give us power without pollution - but what effect would a barrage have on the wildlife in the estuary?
Introduced by Derek Jones Producer JOHN HARRISON
Series producer DILYS BREESE
BBC Bristol (Rptd: Wed 9.5 am)
For a blind person living alone, the knock on the door may not always come from a friendly neighbour. In this week's programme, PETER WHITE reports on a recent exhibition at Stoneleigh in Warwickshire where he made a special study of the aids for crime prevention. Introduced by David Scott Blackhall
Producer MICHELL RAPER
Brian Johnston recently visited Hailsham in Sussex
Producer ANTHONY SMITH
BBC Bristol (Rptd: Thurs 11.5)
5.55 Weather, programme news
Script editor CHARLES LEFEAUX Producer TONY SHRYANE BBC Birmingham
Introduced by Jean Metcalfe Producer FRANCES DONNELLY
(Repeated: Wednesday 11.5 am)
CHRISTIAN BLACKSHAW (piano)
BBC SCOTTISH SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA leader RAYMOND OVENS conductor CHRISTOPHER SEAMAN
Elgar Introduction and Allegro for string orchestra
Rachmaninov Rhapsody on a Theme of Paganini Tchaikovsky Suite: Swan Lake BBC Scotland
adapted for radio in five parts by RICHARD IMISON
3: The Republic in Danger with Martin Jarvis
Sian Phillips , Colin Baker and Geoffrey Matthews
Caesar now exercises considerable influence in Rome. Supported by the wealthy Marcus Crassus , he has secured election as Praetor and in a few years will be eligible for the consulship itself, but the way ahead is strewn with danger.
Directed by RICHARD IMISON
(Repeated: Tuesday 3.5 pm)
Pompey's First Officer:
Introduced by Wynford Vaughan-Thomas
H. M. Burton samples the sermons of some 16th- and 17th-century churchmen and talks about their lives and fortunes. 3: Lancelot Andrewes (c 1555-1626). Reader GARY WATSON Producer HUBERT HOSKINS
Weather report and forecast followed by an interlude