Producers MARTIN SMALL and ALLAN WRIGHT
A note from Religious Affairs Correspondent Rosemary Hartlll
Producer ANTHONY PARKIN BBC Birmingham
with Norman Tozer
Presenter Tony Adamson Meet the personalities, not only making the headlines, but also involved in the stories behind the news.
Plus a special report from GERALD WILLIAMS in New York for the Finals of the US Open Tennis Championships
Producers DAVE cordon and EMILY MCMAHON
Introduced by Bernard Falk with help from SUSAN MARLING and ROBIN DEWHURST , taking a critical look at the holiday scene.
Passage to India
India used to be famous for its extravagant tiger hunts. Today the emphasis is on conservation and wildlife parks. PAUL WADE has been exploring the foothills of the Himalayas. Producer CHERYL GARNSEY Editor ROGER MACDONALD
with Mike Chaney
Producer SUSAN SNAILUM
The Trades Union Congress
Industrial correspondent Nicholas Jones looks back at this week's Trades
Union Congress and looks ahead to the new
President's term of office. Producer MARGARET BUDY
New Every Morning, page 1; All creatures of our God and King (BBC HB 2); Psalm 104, vv 1-7: Genesis 2, vv 4-17; Fill thou my life (BBC HB 271)
selected by Margaret Howard
Editor PADLY O'KEEFFE
Jeanine McMullen with all the news for people who live in rural Britain. Producer MARY PRICE BBC Bristol
For information sheet send a large sae to: [address removed] (Repeated: Mon 10.0 am)
Remarkable remarks of Presidents and Prime Ministers - not forgetting the two old ladies on the top of a bus. With Glenda Jackson, Isabelle Lucas, Norman Painting and John Lahr
Quotations read by RONALD FLETCHER
Devised and presented by Nigel Rees
Producer ALAN NIXON
(Repeated: Mon 6.30 pm)
Jessica Mann John Alderson
Patrick Moore and Brian Tyler tackle the issues raised bv the audience in St Mary's, Isles of Scllly.
Chairman David Jacobs
Joy Ride by LEIGH JACKSON
What kind of life will the children of today be leading in perhaps only a few years' time? In this ' futuristic' piece two teenagers steal a car and. to escape from the sterility and hopelessness of their present, try and retrace the happier times of their childhood.
With JAMES BRYCE
DAVID PEART. CAROLE BOYD
Directed by CHERRY COOKSON (Repeated: Tues 11.0 am) (Wendy Morgan is a National Theatre player)
What's new in medical science? Geoff Watts reports on the health of medical care.
A special edition with subjects suggested by you, the listener.
Your letters, your favourite sounds and another chance to win the mystery sound competition.
Presented by Derek Jones
A portrait of London's nightcleaners
Written and presented by Clare Taylor
When most of the city is going home the nightcleaners commence battle against London grime. At a large advertising agency,
foreman George knows it has to be Immaculate, absolutely immaculate while in the underground, the cleaners plough through cola tins, chewing gum and heroin needles. Normally invisible and unsung, the cleaners take this chance to describe their nights on the town. Producer
BBC correspondents look at a contemporary issue. A Radio News production by ADAM RAPHAEL
A magazine of special interest to disabled listeners and their families with countrywide news and views on all matters of concern. Presenter John Mills Editor MARLENE PEASE
Correspondence address: BBC, Broadcasting House, London WIA 4WW Tel: [number removed]
(Mon-Fri 10.0 am-5.0 pm)
Four programmes 2: Polytechnics
Polytechnics are receiving more applications than they can accommodaite. The student who looks upon ' poly ' as a last-minute, last-resort certainty, is headed for failure. John Dunn explores the courses and social life, examines the links with industry which are the hallmarks of polytechnics, and looks at ways of planning your applications.
Producer SIMON MAJOR
(Repeated: Fri 4.10 pm)
an irreverently critical took back at the week's news with David Tate , Jon Glover Christopher Barrie and Sally Grace
With ROBERT BOOTH including Sports Round-up
Lamb with ROY PLOMLEY (Details: Friday 9.5 am)
' I have never regarded politics as the arena of morals. It is the arena of interests.' (ANEURIN BEVAN) The Anglican The Rt Hon Enoch Powell , mp, and the Roman Catholic The Rt Hon Shirley Williams , discuss the relationship between their Christian faith and political beliefs. Presented and produced by David Peet
( First broadcast on BBC Radio Wales)
with music on record Producer RAY ABBOTT
Murder for Pleasure
The first in an occasional series of classic crime fiction is a story from the pen of the Queen of Crime herself.
Ordeal by Innocence by Agatha Christie dramatised for radio by Neville Teller.
Young Jacko was sentenced to life for killing his mother for money, and has subsequently died in prison. But a year later a man comes along with quite a different story and the proof to back it up. The ordeal of suspicion is about to begin.... Cast in order of speaking:
(Repeated: Mon 3.0 pm)
(The next 'Murder for Pleasure' is 'Coffin Scarcely Used' by Colin Watson, Sat 1 October)
Dramatised for radio by:
A series of documentaries taking current issues and examining their religious and moral dimensions. This week's presenter is Bernard Jackson.
Researcher JULIA BROSNAN Producer JOHN NEWBURY
1: A Castle in New Castile Denis Owen and John Burton investigate the ruins of a 14th-century castle at Oropesa not far west of Madrid, and discover an intriguing community of plants and insects within its crumbling walls, to say nothing of the lesser kestrels, spotless starlings and white storks which nest there.
Producer JOHN BURTON BBC Bristol