A selection of music for early-morning listening
7.15 Apna Hi Ghar Samajhiye for Asian listeners BBC Birmingham long wave only from 7.30
7.45 Bells long wave only
7.50 The Shape of God
THE REV NICHOLAS KING , SJ, reflects on the parable of the Wicked Husbandman: Matthew 20, w 1-16
7.55 Weather; programme news
A weekly look at religious news at home and abroad Presented by Clive Jacobs Producer JOHN NEWBURY
ESTHER RANTZEN appeals on behalf of the National Association for the Welfare of Children in Hospital which provides information and advice to parents and play-schemes, and transport and equipment for mothers' units in hospitals.
Donations, preferably by crossed PO or cheque, to: [address removed]
8.55 Weather; programme news
by Alistair Cooke
Book, Alistair Cooke 's America: hardback £7.50, paperback £5.25, from bookshops
Parish Mass from St Pat rick's Church, Clogher, Northern Ireland
Celebrant and Preacher
The Bishop of Clougher, THE MOST REV DR JOSEPH DUFFY
FR LAURENCE FLYNN \
Organist THOMAS CONNOLLY Readings: Jeremiah 1, vv 4-5, 17-19; 1 Corinthians 13, vv 4-13; Luke 4, vv 21-30
Hymns: Let all who are baptised; Dona Nobis Pacem; Love is his word; You shall go out in joy BBC Northern Ireland long wave only
Omnibus edition Directed by VANESSA WHITBURX Producer
Agricultural story editor ANTHONY PARKIN
Introduced by June Knox-Mawer, who compiles a personal anthology to suit the season and presents highlights from the weekday programmes.
Robin Ray traces, with records, the artistry and achievements of some of the world's great musicians. This week: the Austrian conductor
Herbert van Karajan
Meat and drink for your Sunday lunchtime entertainment.
Derek Cooper takes the lid off food - good and bad, fun and fast - and the industry behind it. Editor DENNIS LOWER
Cookery Course 2: page 16
HELP! page 11
12.55 Weather; programme news
Presenter Gordon Clough Editor DEREK LEWIS
Your responses and reactions to programmes on radio and television.
Presented by Tom Vernon Producer JENNY DE YONG
Any comments, questions or suggestions would be welcomed by Feedback, BBC, Broadcasting House, London WIA 4WW
1.55 Shipping forecast long wave only
visits Berkshire, where members of the Arbor-field Gardening Association put questions to
FRED LOADS, BILL SOWERBUTTS PROFESSOR ALAN GEMMELL Questionmaster KEN FORD BBC Manchester
(Repeated: Wed 10.5 am) long wave only
Indoor Gardening: page 16
After Moscow by ARNOLD YARROW with Isabel Dean Timothy West Judy Parfitt
Dinah Sheridaa John Carson
Thelma Whiteley and Brian CarroU
Chekhov's Three Sisters set their hearts on Moscow and all it represented for love, opportunity and fulfilment.
This play takes up their story in 1917, as middle age and revolution catch up with Masha, Olga and Irina. A younger generation is ready to carry away their dreams; their old life has vanished and even romance seems very far away ...
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A review of the antiques and fine arts market, introduced by Bruce Parker. The excitement of the auction room and the fascination of a business where goods have no fixed price intrigue many people. Are antiques today objets d'art or simply a hedge against inflation? Take an inside look at the trade with regular news reports, investigations and a look at price trends in Jeremy Cooper 's Saleroom Report.
Producer SARAH PITT BBC Bristol long wave only
A Radio Nature Trail
(Details: Thurs 9.30 am) long wave only
In a series of 13 programmes, Marghanita Laski presents some of our national songs that were already popular before Victoria became Queen and are still loved and sung today.
5: The Good Old CauseProducer HELEN FRY long wave only
Brian Johnston recently visited Newcastle-under-Lyme in Staffordshire. Producer ANTHONY SMITH BBC Bristol
(Repeated: Tues 12.20 pm) long wave only
5.50 Shipping forecast long wave only
5.55 Weather; programme news: long wave only
In six programmes, Graham Turner assesses the relevance of class in the 1980s.
5: A State of Mind
We all have our own opinions, attitudes and beliefs, but how are they formed and what effect do they have on our relationships with each other? How do we see ourselves? What do we aspire to and what do we expect?
Does the way we think prolong the barriers of class prejudice?, Producer
Frank Delaney introduces the magazine programme about the books you read, borrow and buy, both new and old, from classics to comics.
Producer SIMON ELMES
Saudi Arabia's Past Preserved
A modern museum seri vice is being set up in Saudi Arabia for the first time.
Malcolm Billings has the rare opportunity to observe how one of the world's wealthiest nations is planning to rescue its rich historical past from the gathering pace of 20th-century development. BBC Bristol
UOURA LYMPANY (piano)
BBC NORTHERN SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA leader DENNIS SIMONS conductor RAYMOND LEPPARD Grieg Music from Sigurd Jorsalfar (Prelude and March)
8.16* Weber KonzertstUck in F minor, for piano and orchestra
8.34* Tippett Ritual Dances (The Midsummer Marriage)
by D. H. LAWRENCE adapted for radio in six parts by D. G. BRIDSON
3: Clara \
theD H Lawrence,Narrator:
a young Edgar Leiversman.,:
Pakistan is the new front line in the global power game. With Soviet tanks on his doorstep, President Zia claims to be the best insurance against a Russian drive to the Indian Ocean, and his country wants massive aid to modernise its armed forces. How should the West respond. Steve Bradshaw reports from Pakistan.
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The evening office of Compline
Christopher Hogwood explores one of his favours ite pieces -
Handel's Water Music gramophone records
Weather report; forecast followed by an interlude