Presenters Brian Redhead and Peter Hobday
6 45* Prayer for the Day With DR FRED MILSON
6 55. 7.55 Weather forecast
7.0, 8.0 Today's News
Read by PAULINE BUSHNELL 7 15* 8.25' Sport
7.30. 8.30 News headlines
7.45- Thought for the Day 8's5* Yesterday In Parliament
Ken Ford Invites
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12.55 Weather; travel; programme news
with Sue MacGregor including
Guest o/ the Week: the singer/songwriter Lynsey de Paul.
Women of the Fens: JULIA BROOKE follows a play about their lives.
Journey to the Cross (2): in the Holy Land,
BERNARD JACKSON Visits the Garden of Gethsemane. Dangerous Davies: The Last Detective by LESLIE THOMAS abridged in 11 parts by PAT MCLOUGHLIN Read by Bruce Lidington (1) ' He was called
Dangerous Davies because he was said to be harmless and was known in the London police as The Last
Detective ". since he was never dispatched on any assignment unless there was no one else to send.' But then he unearthed the Celia Norris case - a 25-year-old unsolved murder. long wave only
You Don't Feel a Thing by DAVID MARSHALL
ROB: I dunno, 58's no age at all. Most men of Dad's age are just starting to look forward to retirement.... sue: Retirement? Don't make me laugh. Your
Dad's been retired ever since I've known him.
He's always off work. If it isn't his chest, it's his back. He'll be better off out of it.
A son and daughter-in-law plot to gentle away Dad, in a futuristic black comedy - with a twist.
Directed by Richard WORTLEY
Once upon a time, In search of inspiration for a public building scheme. an Austrian Emperor demanded eggs, flour and milk ... the unlikely beginning of a recipe re-created by Bob Symes for a traditional Viennese pudding.
Producer KATE FENTON
Details of recipes can be obtained at the end of the series by sending a large sae to: [address removed]
Eight programmes 5: Down in the City
By the end of the century, most of the world's biggest cities will be in the developing countries of the ' South '. London will lie about 28th.
Millions flock to the cities every year in search of work, but at a time of world recession, what prospects await them? Andcananythingbe done to redress the balance, in ' North ' and ' South ' alike, between town and country?
Written and presented byEmanueldeKadt and Daniel Snowman
Producer DANIEL SNOWMAN
6: Day by Day - Religion in Daily Life
Although the Muslim goes to the mosque on a Friday, he says his prayers five times a day at home. and while there are great celebrations for the Pesach and Hanukah, each domestic act in a Jewish household Is accompanied by a special prayer. Christians try 10 imitate Jesus in their lives at work or at home even if they only go to church on a Sunday. John Bowker considers the outward signs of an inward religious commitment and discovers that although each religion is marked by its own calendar of feasts and fasts, it is In the ' daily round, the common task ' that the believer fulfils his life of faith.
Producer DAVID CRAIG BBC Manchester
includes reviews of Ararat, a new novel set in Russia by the author of The White Hotel. D. M. Thomas ; and the film Enigma, a story of five highly trained assassins from the KGB. dispatched to the West to eliminate five Soviet dissidents, starring Martin Sheen and Derek Jacobi.
Presenter Paul Allen Producer
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