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: John Coutts selects readings from Fear No Evil by DAVID WATSON.
Religious news and views from home and abroad. Presented by Libby Purves
Producer ROGER HUTCHINGS BBC Manchester
talks, for the Week's Good Cause, about an organisation which helps those suffering from mental difficulties and distress.
Donations: Compass, [address removed]
Community Mass from the Chapel of Thornhill Convent in the Diocese of Derry
Celebrant and preacher FR JOHN MCCULLAGH
COLMCILLE LADIES' CHOIR conductor PATRICK CARLIN Organist TONY CARUN
Readings (JB): Acts 1, vv 12-14; I Peter 4, vv 13-16; John 17, vv 1-11
Hymns: 0 praise ye the Lord (Parry); Lift thine eyes (Mendelssohn); Dona nobis pacem (Carlin);
Panis Angelicus (Franck); God be in my head (Davies)
Responsorial Psalm: Sing praise (Haan)
BBC Northern Ireland
Directed by PETER WINDOWS Producer WILLIAM SMETHURST
. Agricultural story editor ANTHONY PARKIN BBC Birmingham
As Europe's top chefs prepare to celebrate the 200th anniversary of the birth of Antonin Careme , Derek Cooper assesses
Careme's influence on the development of modern cuisine.
Producer JOY HATWOOD
Dad's Army based on the original TV series by JIMMY PERRY and DAVID CROFT starring Arthur Lowe
John Le Mesurier and Clive Dunn
Room at the Bottom featuring John Laurie Arnold Ridley with JOHN RINGHAM
JACK WATSON and JOHN SNAGGE adapted for radio by HAROLD SNOAD and MICHAEL KNOWLES
Producer JOHN DYAS
(First broadcast in 1974)
Sir Robert Muldoon , Prime Minister of New Zealand
Described both as an extreme right Tory and a patriotic pragmatist,
Sir Robert Muldoon has called the EEC's Common Agriculture Policy
'economic lunacy'. An accountant by training, he is strongly in favour of new international initiatives to formulate long-term remedies to the world's economic problems. In a programme chaired by Michael Charlton , he answers your questions and those of listeners to World Service.
ELISABETH MARDALL for the Woman's Hour unit, DAN ZERDIN for World Service
Lines open from 10.30 am
Presenter Gordon Clough Editor DEREK LEWIS
Orlando by VIRGINIA WOOLF dramatised for radio by PETER BUCKMAN withand
Orlando was born in the reign of Queen Elizabeth I and lived into that of George V. He entered life as a boy and she left it as a woman. Who was this strange creature?
Music composed by JAMES WALKER and played by JAMES WALKER and SIMON WALKER
Directed by PENNY GOLD
(Jennie Stoller is in 'Cries from the Mammal House' at the Royal Court Theatre, London)
Seven programmes in which Malcolm Billings explores the world of archaeology.
4: Gods and Goddesses of the Roman Cotswolds
Gloucestershire is one of the richest areas for the study of Roman religious practice in Britain. This summer the Corinium
Museum in Cirencester - the second largest town in Roman Britain - presents an exhibition which, for the first time, explains religious beliefs held in this area during the Roman occupation.
Producer JOHN knight BBC Bristol long wave only
A magazine edition with news of what's happening to wildlife and the countryside.
Introduced by Peter France
Producer MELINDA BARKER BBC Bristol
(Repeated: Tues 8.30 pm) long wave only
Brian Johnston is in Padstow, north Cornwall (Details: Mon 11.0 am) long wave only
with DAVID HITCHINSON
Each week a current issue is sounded out for its moral and religious implications.
Gain all you can, save all you can, give all you can.
(JOHN WESLEY )
Is this true? Can we save both God and mammon? Trevor Barnes talks to people - rich and poor - for whom money matters ... and wonders about his own expense account.
Producer JUUA BARSNAN
Series editor JOHN NEWBURY
with Susan Marling
by JOHN FLETCHER (3)
(Details: Wed 12.27 pm)
Hunter Davies presents Radio 4's good book programme.
This week a medieval murder mystery, a Japanese love story and a new anthology of Gwyn Thomas.
Producer KATE FENTON
(Repeated: Thurs 4.10 pm)
Continuing the series of talks by BBC foreign correspondents,
David McNeil takes a new look at life in the Holy City. From the rooftops of Old Jerusalem, he savours the smells and sounds of an Arab street market, looks out over the lovingly renovated Jewish quarter just behind, the Church of the Holy Sepulchre just ahead, and admires the Dome of the Rock, gleaming gold in the distance.
Producer ZAREER MASANI
An investigation into the emotional and spiritual consequences of imprisonment, featuring the experience of a man who served a life sentence for murder and armed robbery.
Producer DAVID PEET (First broadcast on Radio Wales)
by W. SOMERSET MAUGHAM dramatised in four episodes by JEFFREY SEGAL 1: Flight From London His wife's friends find
Charles Strickland a dull dog but his time is still to come.
(Full details: Fri 3.0 pm)
The story of the Crusades as told in the words of those who lived through them by JOHN SCOTNEY 5: The Queen of Cities
'Now begins the crime the nations of the West committed against Christ's people - the evil the barbarian Franks did us with their bronze collars, their raised eyebrows, their proud and insolent eyes, their shaven faces, their hands always ready to spill blood.'
The events of the fourth Crusade 1198-1204, the sacking of Constantinople.
Music by PHILIP PICKETT and the NEW LONDON CONSORT Directed by SHAUN MACLOUGHLIN BBC Bristol
William of Tyre:
Robert of Clari:
James of Vitry:
The Rev Stanley Brinkman continues his exploration of the Christian experience of healing.
Producer HUGH FAUPEL
... And so we came to the end of the world, where the Patron Saint of Wales sleeps by the Western Sea ...
(Kilvert's Diary, 17 October 1871)
Paul Vaughan makes a pilgrimage to St David's Cathedral, on the coast of Pembrokeshire, to explore its architecture, its music and its history. Producer JOHN POWELL
A Kaleidoscope production