7.10 Sunday Papers
7.15 Apna Hi
Ghar Samajhiye : for Asians BBC Birmingham
7.50 New series
Turning Over New Leaves Pamela Egan looks at and selects readings from The Killing, a new book of meditations by RICHARD HOLLOWAY
Presented by Ted Harrison Producer DAWD COOMES
BRIAN RIX talks about the work of MENCAP-The Royal Society for Mentally
Handicapped Children and Adults (reg no 222377) which provides services for people with mental handicaps, and their families.
Donations to: [address removed]
by Alistair Cooke
Family mass from St Alban's Roman Catholic Church, Chaddesden,Derby Celebrant MGR
JOHN MCLEAN Preacher FR PHILIP O'DOWD Readings (jb): Numbers 6. w 22-27; Galatians 4, w 4.7; Luke 2, w 16-21
Hymns (Celebration Hymnal): Go, tell it on the mountain (92); All that I am (11); The Virgin Mary had a baby boy (321); Hark. the herald angels sing (113)
Preacher Fr Philip
Producer WIILIAM SMETHURST Agricultural story editor ANTHONY PARKIN
Sue MacGregor looks back at some of the momenta from last year's Woman's Hour.
I'm Sorry I'll Read That Again
The Wonder Show starring Tim Brooke-Taylor
Graeme Garden David Hatch Jo Kendall and Bill Oddie Written by JOHN CLEESE , GRAEME GARDEN
ERIC IDLE. JOHN ESMONDE
BOB IARBEY. PETER AND DAVID LUND and BILL ODDIE
Music THE DAVE l.EE GROUP Producer HUMPHREY BARCLAY (First broadcast in 1966)
... transports you to the island of Puerto Rico to sample some Caribbean hospitality.
Meanwhile in the silicon valleys of California, the talking cash register is taking over at the supermarket checkout.
Presenter Derek Cooper Producer joy HATWOOD
A special edition of The World This Weekend on the first day of 1984, with an extended interview with the Leader of the Opposition, The Rt Hon Neil Kinnock , m:
Presented by Gordon Clough Editor DEREK LEWIS
visits Yorkshire where members of the Mirrield
Allotments and Gardens Society Ltd put their questions to Geoffrey Smith Clay Jones and Dr Stefan Buczacki
Questionmaster Ken Ford BBC Manchester
(Repeated: Wed 10.0 am)
A new production of Noel Coward's improbable farce
With Paul Eddington as Charles Condomine, Julia McKenzie as Ruth Condomine, Anna Massey as Elvira and Peggy Mount as Madame Arcati
The scene is the living-room of the Condomines' house in Kent
(Paul Eddington is in "Lovers Dancing" at the Albery Theatre, London; Peggy Mount is a member of the Royal Shakespeare Company)
(Broadcast on Holiday Tuesday)
Arthur Negus and Bernard Price discuss your questions with Hugh Scully
Producer PAMELA HOWE BBC Bristol Questions to:
Talking About Antiques BBC. Bristol BS8 2LR
Let's Hear it Again
A selection of extracts from listeners' favourite Living World and Wildlife programmes broadcast during the past year
Introduced by Peter France Producer JOHN HARRISON BBC Bristol
Brian Johnston is in Scotland visiting Crail. It's the eastern most of a string of fishing villages on the peninsula known as the Kingdom of Fife.
Producer ANTHONY smith BBC Bristol
with EUGENE FRASER
Kashgar, the most westerly city in China, was once the eastern-most bastion of Islam as well as bestriding the ancient silk road from the east. Now, after being closed to foreigners for many years, the region is opening up again and selected foreigners, among them the BBC's 'Peking
Correspondent, Stephen Jessel , have been allowed to visit the city.
This portrait of a London
House and the family who've lived in it for 50 years won the Prix Italia for Radio
Documentaries in 1983 with the voices of Charles and Enid-Margaret Drage and Anita Cudal Recordings by LLOYD SIl. VERTHORNE and ROBIN SPICER
Technical presentation by ROY FRASER
Producer PIERS PLOWRlGHT
A story of the R101
A serial in seven parts by DAVID BEATY
6: RlOl had left Cardington in Bedfordshire for India. Before reaching London, the aft engine had failed. The weather began worsening. The head winds were twice the speed forecast. And it was pouring with rain....
Narrator CONRAD PHILIPS
Directed by BRIAN MILLER BBC Bristol
At the start of a new year, Hunter Daviea joins the audience at the Poetry
Olympics and asks 'is there a poetry boom?'
'There's a row of buildings in Manchester going north to south which starts with Doddington's Brewery, then Strangeways Prison, Victoria Station and then us....'
The atmosphere at Chetham's School of Music is surprisingly un-rarefied. A factory farm for fledgeling virtuosi? Hardly, but the talent nurtured at Britain's only big specialist music school is nonetheless extraordinary.
Pupils and teachers present a portrait of Chet's at work. Producer KATE PENTON
by CYRIL HAYWARD-JONES adapted by michael daviek Read by Garard Green
Five readings about a life-long struggle for acceptance and independence.
1: A Touch of Reality
'Flowers meant nothing to me apart from the smell.....There were things called ferns whose rough leaves, rubbing against my face, filled me with a wild terror.'
Producer HERBERT Williams BBC Wales
bv HENRY JAMES
A new series dramatised for radio in four parts by DAVID WILLIAMSON
1: Rowland Mallet is wealthy and unfulfilled until he meets the magnificently talanted sculptor, Roderick Hudson.
Fired with enthusiasm for the work of a poor genius,
Rowland resolves to take him from his provincial New
England town to appreciate the delights of Rome.
Music composed by JOANNA MACGREGOR
Directed by JAMES RUNCIB
A radio portrait of Winifred Holtby
The office of Compline for the Feast of the Nativity from
St Church, Holborn with the eric BARNES SINGERS
'This may mark the beginning of a new era in Washington some sorely needed horse-sense has finally come to Capitol Hill.'
(PRESIDENT REAGAN opening The American Cowboy Exhibition in the Library of Congress,
Christopher Frayling explores the reality and the myth of the American Cowboy when he visits the largest and most remarkable collection of cowboy memorabilia, paraphernalia and artefacts ever assembled. The Exhibition is touring the United States throughout 1984.
Producer JOHN POWELLL.
(A repeat of a Kaleidoscope production)