Presenters Brian Redhead and Peter Hobday
'.45' Prayer for the Day with RABBI Jl'LIA NKUBERCEK i.55, 7.55 Weather forecast
7.0. 8.0 Today's News
Read by peter DONALDSON
7.25-. 8.25* Sport
7.30. 8.30 News headlines
7.45' Thought for the Day S.35* Yesterday in Parliament
8.57 Weather; travel
A series of six lighthearted adventures starring Peter Egan as Stamford Holmes and Jeremy Nicholas as Watson with Fiona Walker as Sarah Callington
(Broadcast Sunday 7.02 pm)
12.55 Weather; travel; programme news
Introduced by Sue MacGregor
Guest of the Week: historical novelist and children's author Rosemary SuUIlff from Full-Bottomed to
Thin on Top: CINDY sfxby looks at wigs past and present.
The Tenant of Wlldfell Hall (15) long toot'f only
Watch This Space by FAUt. ALLEN
When railway worker Eddie Thorpe gets his early retirement notice along with his long-service award he doesn't fail to see the irony. But the shock goes deeper than perhaps those who know him could have foreseen.
Directed by DAVE sheasbv BBC MandleSler
News editor/Union official:
Kight documentary programmes examining the relationships between the richer and the poorer countries of the world. 1: Is Your End o/ the Moat Sinking?
Although it sometimes doesn't feel like it, Britain is one of the rich and developed countries of the ' north As a nation we earn more, eat better and live far longer than two-thirds of humanity. Are we and the other countries of the ' north ' really in the same boat as Bolivia, Botswana or Bangladesh? What should the north ' do to help the ' south ' - and how far is the ' south' in a position to help itself?
Written and presented by Emanuel de Kadt and Daniel Snowman Scries consultant WILLIAM CLARK
Producer Daniel snowman
2: 1 Live By faith -
The Religions Described Professor John Bowker looks at the different paths followed by Hindus, Muslims. Sikhs,
Buddhists, Jews or Christians in their search for religious truth. Sometimes the path divides and a religious tradition expresses itself in very different ways; in Buddhism there arc two distinct schools; in Judaism there are Reform and Orthodox
Synagogues; Islam is interpreted by the Sunni and the Shi'a; while
Christianity's divisions Into Catholic and Protestant are well known. Producer david craiu BBC Manchester
The Lost Generation Tom. Dick and Harry were made redundant a year ago. Tom found another job within a couple of months. So too. after a longer and more anxious wait. did Dick. Harry did not. After a year. he is beginning to feel he is on the ' scrap heap ' and will never work again. He is probably right.
Why did it have to be Harry? Mary Goldring looks at the lost generation of workers with skills that nobody wants and sets out the alternatives to joining
Harry on the scrapheap. Producer TOM read
(Rptd. Thurs 11.3 am)
includes reviews of The
Incredible Music Machine, the history of recorded sound from the invention of the phonograph to the current record industry, based on the archives of EMI; and Young at Art, an exhibition celebrating 20 years of the Nicholas Treadwell Gallery. Presented by Paul Allen
Producer joim towell
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