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7.10 Sunday Papers long wave only
7.15 Apna III Char Samalhlye
BBC Birmingham long wave only
7.45 Bells lung wave only
7.50 The Shape of Cod with JILL MOODY John 6. vv 32-40 long wave only
7.55 Weather; travel: programme news
Presenter Clive Jacob * Producer DAVID COOMES
STEPHANIE TURNER appeals on behalf of The Circle Trust (reg no 222076), a voluntary organisation which provides clubs and supportive housing for single people with problems.
Donations by cheque or PO to: The Circle Trust. [address removed]
8.55 Weather: travel; programme news
by Alistair Cooke
Parish Mass from the Church of the Holy
Family. Small Heath, Birmingham Celebrant
THE REV FR MERVYN TOWER Preacher the REV FR MATHIAS CORRIGAN
Bible): Acts 4. vv 32-35; John 5, vv 1-6; John 20, vv 19-31: Psalm 135
Hymns (Celebrational Hymnal): Bring, all ye dear-bought nations, bring (38); Fill my house unto the fullest (74);
Alleluia, sing to Jesus (7): Battle Is o'er (31) The setting of the Mass is from Coventry Music Organist and choirmaster ROBERT YATES
Omnibus edition Directed by PETER WINDOWS Producer
Agricultural story editor ANTHONY PARKIN
introduced by Pamela Callaghan , who meets Iris Murdoch , novelist and philosopher: and presents some weekday
Woman's Hour highlights.
I'm Sorry. I'll Read That Again
The Wonder Show, starring Tim Brooke-Taylor
David Hatch , Bill Oddle John Clcese. Jo Kendall Graeme Garden
Script by Elizabeth EVANS JOHN CLEESE. GRAEMI
GARDEN. GRAHAM CHAPMAN. BILL ODDIE. JO KENDALL
Music by the dave lee GROUP Producers DAVID UATCH and PETER TITHTRADGE
(First broadcast in 1988)
with a North country flavour, as Derek Cooper samples Dock Pudding and spends a day with the catering students of Accrington College in the cook-off for the Taste of England competition. Producer JOY HATWOOD
12.55 Weather; programme news
Presenter Gordon Clough Editor DEREK LEWIS
1.55 Shipping forecast long wave only
Ken Ford invites
Bill Sowerbutts , Professor Alan Gemmell and Clay Jones to answer questions sent in by post.
(Repeated: Wed 10.2 am)
No Saleable Value by ALEXANDER SClIOUVALOFr with Gary Cady
Who can he be? What Is he up to? His generosity must hide an ulterior motive! The villagers prefer to judge George by their own lamentable standards, but if he is truly good and kind he must be got rid of at all costs....
Directed by Margaret ETALL
Roman Medicine The third of four programmesinwhich basic questions about the past are given some sort of answer as a result of recent research.
How did the Roman army keep itself healthy, not only in battle, but when troops were stationed abroad? How much faith did Roman society place in its gods for protection and cures, and how much faith was there in medicine and the skill ot doctors and surgeons?
Presented by John Irving Producer ROY uayward BBC Bristot tong ware only
Presented by Peter France Producer ANNE BLAIR GOULD BBC Bristol
(Repeated: Thurs 9.30 am) long wave only
followed by travel; programme news lung wave only
Brian Johnston is in Warwickshire visiting Bidtord-on-Avon and Welford-on-Avon. two villages which, as their names indicate. tie on the River Avon, about six miles south-west of Stratford.
Producer ANTHONY SMITH BBC Bristol
(Repeated: Mon 11.3 am) long wave only
5.50 Shipping forecast long wave only
5.55 Weather; programme news long wave only
(Details. Friday 11.3 am)
7.0 Travel, programme news
A serial in eight parts adapted by TED ALLBRURY from his novel of the same name and 3: A Meeting m Red Square
John Powell finds an interesting specimen in the History Museum.
Directed by CHRISTOPHER VENNING
(Repeated. Wed 12.27 pm)
with John Powell:
Airport announcer/Mrs Philby:
St John Philby:
Young Kim Philby:
Spanish donkey man:
with Frank Delaney
Producer simon klmes
(Repeated: Thurs 4.10 pm)
Leopold Stokowski (born 18 April 1882)
As a centenary tribute, a Stokowski concert in Boston where the 81-year-old conductor presided over the BOSTON SYMPIIONY ORCHESTRA in Symphony Hall, Boston Mozart Sinfonia
Concertante In E flat. (K 297b)
RALPII GAMBERG (oboe) GINO CIOFFI (clarinet)
SHERMANWALT(baSSOOn) JAMES STAGLIANO (horn) Ned Rorem Eagles
Stravinsky Petrushka Suite
(WCRB recording from Boston Symphony
Transcription Trust, recorded on 6 March 1964) (First broadcast on R3)
by il G. WELLS (3)
(Details: Tuesday 3.2 pm)
A hundred years ago today. Charles Darwin lay on his deathbed. One eventful week later, on 26 April 1882. he was buried in Westminster Abbey by ' the will of the intelligence of the nation '. Members of Parliament, clergy and the press called for national recognition of his outstanding contribution to English science. In the light of the religious controversies that had surrounded his work, how appropriate was his final resting place? How suitable is it now? As evolutionary theory comes under attack from creationists on the right and radicals on the left, is Darwin's reputation as the greatest of British naturalists in decline' Will it, too, be buried beneath the sacred slabs?
The President of the Royal Society, the Dean of Westminster, Desmond Morris and other contemporary interpreters of British culture give their views. Also taking part AUDREY RUSSELL , MICHAEL DEACON. MICHAEL OOLDIE , MIRANDA forres and stella FORGE Researched, written and presented by Jim Moore. Historian of Science at the Open University Producer SUE DAVIES
II. Colin Davis visits his own holy ground and records what the places say to him.
2: St Wilfred's Chapel Church, Norton. Selsey Reader DAVID DAVIS
Producer COLIN SIMPER
Ray Gosling presents a tale of musical and stylistic nastiness in Betty Windsor's woodshed, from the days of the bubble car. up the miniskirt, through
Sgt Pepper , round the kaftan and into Johnny Rotten 's toilette.
Producer ALASTAIR WILSON (Repeat)
Weather report; forecast followed by an interlude