with Edward Cole
John Sergeant in London
Brian Redhead in Manchester
(A shortened version of Saturday's broadcast at 7.30)
BBC Correspondents throughout the world talk about the countries they live in - the politics and the people.
NEM, p 102; God is my strong salvation (BBC HB 453); Psalm IGO; Acts 2, vv 34-47 (NEB); My God, my Father, make me strong (BBC HB 357)
The Witch Doctor by HOWARD ROSS
Read by Henry Stamper
1 He was the end of a long line of witches and as he predicted, his powers died with him, but it wasn't until a long time after his death that I realised the significance of his prediction ...'
Producer ALLAN a ROGERS
Archie Hill reads from his prize-winning book about family relationships. 3: Bruises
' Perhaps some husbands and wives come closer together in this sort of situation; perhaps others find an increasing strain put upon their relationships with each other.'
Abridged in six parts by EILEEN HOTS
Producer BARBARA CROWTHER
News and information that affects the way you live.
Including today the BBC Shopping Basket
Presenters Nancy Wise and Bill Breckon
12.55 medium only
Weather and programme news
Introduced by Brian Widlake
medium only from 2.0
Introduced by Sue MacGregar Talk till Two.
Reading Your Letters.
My Style of Dress: LEO ABSE. mp, describes his clothes to ANDY PRICE.
In Search of the Norman Con quest: CAROL ALLEN has been on a history trail.
Quartet in Autumn (11)
Story: Mrs Daisy and Mr Bowler by ANNE WELLINGTON
Live from the House of Commons with Brian Curtois. the BBC's Political Correspondent,
Jack de Manio meets them all. Could you be on his list?
Producer DAVID ANTHONY TURNER
Eagles Near the Carcase 4: Wanted by the Police
Presented by Brian Widlakt
Patricia Carroll goes into action with her collection of Victorian piano music.
Producer ANDREW MUSSETT
5.55 medium only
Weather and programme news
Written by KEITH MILES
Cast for the week:
A weekly investigation into accusations of unfairness, fraud and injustice.
Presented by Roger Cook Editor DENNIS LOWER
(Repeated: Fridall 10.5 am)
Technological husbandry is slowly and surely bringing wealth to upland Britain, and changing its look at the same time. Forests encroach near the top of rocky peaks and bright patches of pasture support twice as many sheep as previously. The forest brings tourist amenities too, and the combination of sheep farming, forestry and leisure provides work and homes for local communities which might otherwise dwindle away - but who Is pumping in the money and bright ideas so necessary to make these schemes successful? Written and presented by George Luce
Producer MARLENE PEASE
John Tusa in the studio links speakers around the world on a subject of international importance.
Producer DAVID POWELL
A nightly review of books, films, plays, broadcasting, music and exhibitions
Presenter Paul Va'ighaa Producer JOHN POWELL
John Tusa reporting
A selection of listeners' letters continuing the discussion in last Friday's Any Questions? Introduced by David Jacobs Producer CAROLE STONE BBC Bristol
Twenty Years A-Growing (9)
Radio 4's International Business Report; Market Trends
Weather report and forecast followed by an interlude