long wave only
7.10 Sunday Papers long wave only
7.15 Apna Hi
Ghar Samajhiye : for Asians BBC Birmingham long wave only
7.50 Turning Over New Leaves
Dr Sheila Cassidy selects readings from
Cicely Saunders , a biography by SHIRLEY DU BOULAY published tomorrow.
Presented by Clive Jacobs Producer ROGER HUTCHINGS BBC Manchester
talks, for the Week's Good Cause, about the work of an association tackling an incurable disease affecting one million people in Britain.
Donations to: [address removed]
by Alistair Cooke
Service of Holy
Communion from St Finnian's Church. Cregagh, Belfast
Celebrant and preacher THE REV NOEL BATTYE assisted by THE REV IAN JONAS
Organist and choirmaster SAMUEL LOWN conductor JAMES DRENNAN Readings: I John 3, vv 1-8; Matthew 15, vv 21-28 Hymns (ICH):
Thus spake the risen
Master (171); How great the tale (324); Come ye yourselves apart (267);
Christ be with me (326, v8);
Be thou my vision (322); Lord, who in thy perfect wisdom (203)
Gloria in excelsis (Oakhill) BBC Northern Ireland
Omnibus edition Producer
Agricultural story editor ANTHONY PARKIN
with Gillian Reynolds Produced by the Woman's Hour unit
I'm Sorry I'll Read That Again
The Wonder Show starring
John Cleese , David Hatch Jo Kendall and Bill Oddie Written by GRAEME GARDEN ERIC IDLE, BILL ODDIE
Music THE DAVE LEE GROUP Producer HUMPHREY BARCLAY (First broadcast in 1967)
Derek Cooper reports on soya, a source of both high protein and high profits.
Producer JOY HATWOOD
Presenter Gordon Clough Editor DEREK LEWIS
visits Sussex where members of the St Dunstan's Gardening
Club put their questions to Geoffrey Smith
Daphne Ledward and Dr Stefan Buczacki
Questionmaster Ken Ford BBC Manchester
The Wasted Years by CARYL PHILLIPS with Carmen Munroe Rudolph Walker and Tony Armatrading
A bright 16-year-old, about to leave school, is going through a bad patch. His schoolwork has deteriorated, his conduct is becoming rebellious or that's what Mr Teale thinks...... But Solly is the only black face in the class and that makes all the difference. Directed by VANESSA WHITBURN BBC Birmingham
Arthur Negus and Bernard Price discuss your questions with Hugh Scully.
Producer PAMELA HOWE BBC Bristol long wave only
Heads I Win, Tails You Lose
One quarter of all lion cubs are killed and eaten by older animals, and shark siblings fall prey to each other while in the womb - just two of over a thousand species, including man, which practise cannibalism.
Peter France looks at this 'gruesome' behavior. Producer MELINDA BARKER BBC Bristol
(Repeated: Thurs 9.30 am) long wave only
Brian Johnston is in Aylesbury in Buckinghamshire. He goes in search of an Aylesbury duck, finds a wildlife hospital and mobile gymnasium and visits Stoke Mandeville Hospital.
Producer ANTHONY SMITH BBC Bristol
(Repeated: Mon 11.0 am) long wave only
with BRYAN MARTIN
with Colin Semper
A four-part series
2: 1 Was Born in Oiyarip Andrew Meles is one of the new generation of Papua New Guineans. His province was the last to be contacted by the rest of the world (in the 1950s and 60s) and his father was one of the first of his people to negotiate with white men. He talks to
Elisabeth Mardall about the changes he has seen in his lifetime as the stone axe gave way to steel. Producer PAT TAYLOR
by JOHN MASEFIELD
A serial in six parts adapted by COLIN FINBOW 4: After being sunk by a passing steamship, the survivors of the tea clipper Blackgauntlet struggle to stay alive. The dark sea attacks like a wild animal. Fangs of wild foam and waves like none of them has ever seen ... Narrator BRETT USHER
Directed by PETER KING
Hunter Davies presents Radio 4's good book programme.
Producer ANNE HOWELLS
A six-part series
2: Failure Where it Hurts Most
In the Christian life the most anguishing experience is God's apparent failure to answer our prayers. Dame Maria Boulding , OSB, looks at prayer as the place of failure.
A five-part inquiry into the Foreign Office
3: The Twin Pillars Membership of the European Community and the Anglo-American alliance are the twin pillars of British foreign policy. Simon Jenkins talks to the officials, many nowadays from home departments, in diplomacy's front line in Brussels and Washington. Producer ANNE SLOMAN
In the first of a new series of six programmes, Bob Symes. steam enthusiast and amateur cook, deserts his kitchen and sallies forth in search of leisure occupations suitable for a gentleman of increasing age and girth. Anything goes -as long as it doesn't require money, athleticism or genius.
1: The Rule of Greasepaint ...
Woodley Light Operatic Society finds the chorus-line of Hello Dolly! has a new member.
Producer KATE FENTON
9 HELPLINES: page 75
by H.G. Wells.
The last of five parts dramatised by Michelene Wandor.
With Paul Daneman, Mark Straker, Moir Leslie and Nickolas Grace.
The third of four programmes
Paul and Virginia by JACQUES-HENRI BERNARDIN DE SAINT-PIERRE
While labouring at my books in the early hours, if I lost heart through weariness and lack of sleep, I would take up
'Paul and Virginia' and read a few pages. A flood of tears would gush down my cheeks, which had such an effect on me that I was able to begin working again. (DAVID D'ANGERS) Written and presented by John Donovan with GEOFFREY BANKS.
RUSSELL DIXON. KATE LEE and JENNY HOWE
Producer GILLIAN HUSH BBC Manchester
Sue Talbot draws on the experience of Christian friends as she finds links between giving birth and facing death.
Producer ROGER HUTCHINGS BBC Manchester
with Mike Baker
Producer ROGER MOSEY
12.23-12.28* am The Chip Shop
(Details: Sat 12.23* am)