Music selected by Thelma Bailey and Michael Ford BBC Birmingham. Stereo
6.45 The Student of Religion
7.5 Science: Look Before You Leap
7.25 Technology: Dome Sweet Dome
7.10 LW Sunday Papers
7.15 L W Apna Hi Ghar Samajhiye : for Asians BBC Birmingham
7.50 Turning Over New Leaves Grace Jantzen reviews Augustine of Hippo edited by MARY T. CLARK
Presented by Clive Jacobs Producer DAVID COOMES
talks, for the Week's Good Cause, about the need to prepare rootless young people for a more independent and responsible life.
Donations to: Intake Hostel,
by Alistair Cooke
from the Parish Church of St James, Great Grimsby
A service of Parish Communion from the ASB Rite A
Celebrant THE REV JOHN MOORE
Preacher THE REV MALCOLM ULES Readings: Hosea 14, w 1-7 (jb); Mark 2, vv 13-17 (NEB)
Hymns: I come with joy (A and MNS 473); Lord Jesus once you spoke to men (392); Father hear the prayer we offer (113)
Anthem: Tantum Ergo (Durufle) Organist PATRICK LARLEY
Assistant organist NIGEL WILBY BBC Manchester
Produced and directed by WILLIAM SMETHURST. Agricultural storyeditorANTHONYPARKIN
in which Cliff Morgan invites four of a kind to discuss a subject in common.
Produced by VANESSA HARRISON for the Woman's 's Hour unit
In All Directions
Some diversions on a car journey with Peter Ustinov , Rose Hill , Peter Jones and the Aeolian Players. Written by PETER USTINOV Edited by FRANK MUIR and DENIS NORDEN Producer PAT DIXON
(First broadcast in 1952)
Hot and nourishing in winter; cold and refreshing in summer: home-made soup may be best but what went into that packet or cube?
Derek Cooper finds some interesting answers to 'stock' questions. Producer JOHN FORSYTH
with Gordon Clough Editor DEREK LEWIS
(Details on Wednesday at 10.0 am)
A Dry White Season by ANDRE BRINK dramatised by BARRY CAMPBELL
The hero of Andre Brink 's novel is an Afrikaner and not a natural rebel, but he tries to help a black friend whose son was held in detention after the Soweto riots and finds himself in a frightening and savage world, where no one can be trusted.
Directed by JANE MORGAN Stereo
Ben du Toit:
Advocate de Villiers:
Advocate Louw/Government minister:
Susan du Toit:
Dr Hertzog/SABC newsreader:
Dr Jansen/Dr Hassiem:
4.0 Prefaces to Shakespeare Six programmes in which actors and actresses talk about Shakespeare's plays 1: KENNETH HAIGH On Much Ado About Nothing Producer MICHEL PETHERAM
4.30 View at the Top The first of six programmes in which NICHOLAS KOCHAN talks to leading figures in British business and industry. This week: LORD MARSH of Mannington Series producer GORDON HUTCHINGS
5.0 From Coping to Confidence MAUREEN GALVIN provides a context for new teaching materials.
2: Setting Up the Course. Stereo
5.30 Por aqul (Details on Friday at 11.30 pm)
Wine for the Barbarians
The men that tread the grapes must get into the press, having scrupulously cleaned their feet and none of them must eat and drink while in the press, nor must they climb in and out frequently. It is also proper to have the presses fumigated, either with frankincense or with some other sweet odour.
In a series of four programmes, Malcolm Billings and Barry Cunliffe trace the route of the Roman wine trade from the villa estates of Tuscany to an Iron Age settlement on the Dorset coast. 1: Italy Reader Hugh Dickson
Producer JOHN KNIGHT. BBC Bristol
(Details on Thursday at 9.30 am)
Totnes in Devon
(Details tomorrow at 11.0 am)
With HARRIET CASS
Hunter Davies presents Radio 4's good books programme. Producer STEPHEN SHIPLEY
by E. PHILLIPS OPPENHEIM dramatised in five parts by BARRY CAMPBELL
Leopold von Ragastein 3: Lady Dominey
Pursued by the passionate
Princess Eiderstrom, the man claiming to be Sir Everard Dominey returned to 'his' ancestral home in Norfolk, where he barely survived an attempt on his life by the deranged Lady Dominey.
Directed by BRIAN MILLER
BBC Bristol Stereo
Sir Everard Dominey:
Dr Harrison/Duke of Worcester:
Duchess of Worcester:
The essence of our interpretation is to bring out what the composer meant, not what we feel.
The Lindsay String Quartet: four people in pursuit of an ideal, with their wives, their families, their friends - from rehearsal room to concert hall. What makes this quartet tick? Introduced by Natalie Wheen Producer JlLLIAN WHITE BBC Birmingham.
Stereo (Revised repeat)
Hugh O'Shaughnessy presents eight programmes on the politically violent and internationally sensitive countries of Central America. 1: Belize
The tiny former British colony is a haven of peace in this troubled region, but its continuing stability is threatened: an influx of Spanish-speaking refugees is changing its cultural balance: a boom in marijuana production is posing political problems; and the menacing shadow of its militaristic neighbour, Guatemala, looms. Producer MICK WEBB
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(Details on Friday at 3.0 pm) Stereo
Peter Maxwell Davies at Large....
The composer, Peter Maxwell Davies, spent part of 1984 writing his Third Symphony which is given its world premiere by the BBC
Philharmonic Orchestra on Tuesday. But this was just one part of a hectic schedule of concerts, rehearsals, lectures and appearances at music festivals - including the St Magnus Festival which he started for his neighbours in Orkney where he lives in a remote croft. Tonight's programme accompanies him at some of these events - and follows him home.
Producer EDWINA WOLSTENCROFT BBC Manchester Stereo
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Four talks on Roman
Catholicism by Wilfred De 'Ath 3: Five Years in the Church Producer SHIRLEY PENROSE BBC Birmingham. Stereo
Presented by Mike Baker Producer PETER ROBtNS