7.10 LW Sunday Papers
7.15 LW Apna Hi Ghar Samajhiye : for Asians BBC Birmingham
7.50 Turning Over New Leaves John Newbury reviews and selects readings from
Praying the Kingdom: Towards a Political Spirituality by CHARLES ELLIOTT
Parish Mass from
St George 's Cathedral, Southwark
Celebrant and Preacher
FR MICHAEL HAYES
Readings: Ezekiel 17, w 22-24; Matthew 13, vv 24-34
Hymns: All creatures of our God and King; Unless a grain of wheat; Be not afraid; The earth is the Lord's
Director of Music ANNE ADAMS Organist SHAUN MACCARTHY
by STANLEY SADIE
The second of three programmes
Narrator John Rowe and MICHAEL TUDOR BARNES. CAROLE BOYD. MARGOT BOYD. NIGEL GRAHAM , GARARD GREEN. CLIFFORD NORGATE and JOHN RYE
Producer ALAN HAYDOCK
A truly splendid selection of music, calculated to leave us in no doubt of the composer's colossal gifts. (THE TIMES) Stereo
Marjorie Lofthouse introduces her team of DIY experts to the audience in the Pebble Mill Studio in Birmingham.
With Tony Wilkins , Consultant Editor, Do it yourselfmagazine, John Armitage , architect and Jack Widgery , colour consultant, ICI/Dulux Producer MICHAEL FORD BBC Birmingham. Stereo
4.0 Victorian Values
A series of six programmes 1: Self-help and Thrift
'Every man ought so to contrive to live within his means,' wrote Samuel Smiles. TERRY JONES talks to GARETH STEDMAN JONES about whether that was possible in Victorian Britain. Producer JUDE HOWELLS
4.30 Inside Information
A ten-programme course 6: Designed by Computer
PAUL HEINEY discovers how computers are used in the world of design, with a visit to an animation studio, an exploration of the world of computer graphics, and a report on how computers are busy at work designing kitchens.
5.0 In All Fairness
The third of four programmes The law has helped to eradicate direct sex discrimination in employment, but much remains to be done in the area of indirect discrimination. SUSAN MARLING discusses some of the issues With VERONICA BEECHEY of the Open University, ANNE MACKIE , Chairman of the CBI's Equal Rights Panel, and ROSALIND MILES, author of Danger! Men at Work.
5.30 Euromagazine Deutsche Ausgabe (3) Besuch in Worpswede
mit SABINE MICHAEL und LUTZ LIEBELT
Funf und zwanzig km nordostlich von Bremen liegt das Dorf Worpswede. Seit knapp hundert Jahren hat dieser Ort am Rande des Teufelsmoors Kunstler aller Art angezogen.
Manuskript LUTZ LIEBELT
Kiinstler Aller Art
Stanley Ellis sets out on some more of Britain's linguistic B-roads.
5: Bristol and 'Areal'
'The talk of Bristol is a cranky, crab-apple tree of language, flourishing, vigorous and with the sharpest, juiciest flavour I've heard for a long time....' Producer SIMON ELMES
Brian Johnston is in Aldeburgh on the Suffolk coast. He finds out about its history and visits The Maltings, the home of its annual festival; its lifeboat; and a farmer who grows acres of asparagus.
Producer ANTHONY SMITH BBCBristol
Guarded by birds, the gaunt rock that is Skellig Michael is the last piece of Ireland before the open Atlantic. On this holiest of all holy Irish places, you can still see the beehive cells of the 9th-century monks. They are long gone, and the mystery and magic of this uninhabited place now lie in its atmosphere.
Frank Delaney with two friends took the boat to Skellig and in this programme he re-creates their experience. Stereo
There are ordinary bird-watchers and there are
'twitchers'. Each autumn this strange breed descends on the Isles of Scilly in search of their quarry. Sue Hicks joined last year's migration and discovered that twitchers have their own language and plumage, and are driven by a compulsive urge to 'tick'.
Producer ANDREW VIVIAN BBCBristol
The classic novels of adventure and romance by R.L.Stevenson, dramatised in ten parts by Catherine L. Czerkawska
1751: Scotland is still in political turmoil after the Jacobite rebellions. Young David Balfour makes his way to Edinburgh and the House of Shaws where he meets his Uncle Ebenezer and his adventures begin.
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