7.10 LW Sunday Papers
7.15Z.WApnaHiGhar Samajhiye: for Asians BBC Birmingham
7.50 Turning Over New Leaves Rupert Davies reviews and selects readings from Unfinished Agenda by BISHOP LESSUE NEWBLGIN
from Timperley Methodist Church, conducted by THE REV MALCOLM BRADDY
The Preacher is the retiring President of the Methodist Conference,
THE REV GORDON BARRITT
Readings: Deuteronomy 7, w 6-11; John 15, vv 5-14
Hymns (HYMNS AND PSALMS): Who is on the Lord's side? (722); One more step along the world I go (746); Jesus is Lord (260); Love divine (276)
Organist JOYCE GUEST BBC Manchester
by STANLEY SADIE
The final programme celebrating the life and work of the composer who was born 300 years ago
Narrator John Rowe with Carl Duering as Handel and CAROLE BOYD , GWEN CHERRELL , NIGEL GRAHAM , GARARD GREEN,
CLIFFORD NORGATE and JOHN RYE A very model of what Radio 4 at its best can do (THE GUARDIAN) Producer ALAN HAYDOCK Stereo
Babs and Stan Tomlinson have gone into business making exquisite reproduction china dolls. Jane Marshall visits the converted village post office where tiny children's faces peer down from crowded shelves, and talks to them about their art.
Producer JOCK GALLAGHER BBC Birmingham
visits Lincolnshire, where members of the Kesteven Federation of Women's Institutes put their questions to Geoffrey Smith , Daphne Ledward and Dr Stefan Buczacki
Questionmaster Les Cottington BBC Manchester
Hugh Burden (1913-1985) in The Golden Country by SHUSAKU ENDO translated from the Japanese by FRANCIS MATHY with Robert Lang
Based on the facts of the persecution of Japanese
Christians in the 17th century, the play asks the question why the Superior of the Jesuits there apostatised. It also presents the conflict between an eastern and a western culture - a conflict which Japan then, as now, found it hard to resolve.
Directed by JOHN TYDEMAN Stereo
Fr Christopher Ferreira:
Yuki, his daughter:
4.0 Victorian Values A series of six programmes 2: Cleanliness is next to GodlinessVictorian Britain smelt. During Victoria's reign many steps were taken to try and clean up the newly developing cities and the homes of the people who flocked to them. TERRY JONES talks tO KENNETH HUDSON about the attempts made to cleanse 'the great unwashed'.
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4.30 Inside Information A ten-programme course 7: Computers in Control Computers are now being used to control all sorts of equipment - for business, industry and leisure. PAUL HEINEY takes a ride in the Isle of Man TT, travels on Birmingham Airport's high-tech train and lands a plane - all with the help of computers. There's also a report from DAVE LEE TRAVIS on a computer-controlled camera.
5.0 In All Fairness The last of four programmes. In conversation with GEORGINA ASHWORTH of Change, ANN CLWYD , mp, Labour member for Cynon Valley, JANE FINLAY ofthe Equal Opportunities Commission and EMMA NICHOLSON , Vice-Chairman of the Conservative Party, SUSAN MARLING looks forward to what chance the future holds of a fairer deal for women. Series producer CHRISTOPHER STONE
5.30 Euromagazine Edizione italiana (1) ANGELA virdo illustra una giomata nella vita di una piazza romana, la piazza del Panteon. Presentatori denise DE ROME e ENRICO VERDECCHIA Regia di ALAN WHITING
An investigation into the emotions of the British male.
Why is it so many men feel they become the target for ridicule if they cry? What is it that is peculiar to the British character that makes us expect our menfolk to keep 'a stiff upper lip'? Andrea Adams pursues the historical path with the help of ordinary men and women, public schoolboys, psychologists, social historians and Michael Parkinson , who defends sportsmen who weep and remembers his own personal shame when he simply couldn't cope with another man's crying.
Producer MARLENE PEASE
Stanley Ellis reaches the end of his journey along Britain's linguistic B roads.
6: Of Gaels and gales
'I feel that the strong Gaelic roots we have here in North Uist are firmly embedded in the soil round about us. I think if these stone dykes could talk they would talk to me in Gaelic; I'm certain of that.'
(JOHN MACDONALD , CROFTER)
Researcher jo MACDONALD Producer SIMON ELMES
In the last edition in the present series Hunter Davies talks to David Hughes , author of the award-winning novel The Pork Butcher. Plus 'meet the author': 15-year-old Emma Cochrane interviews her favourite writer, Douglas Adams.
Producer NIGEL ACHESON
Dr Anthony Clare 's six subjects in this new series of reflective interviews have all confronted issues of life and death, but each in a particularly personal way and for very different reasons.
The first, a young man who uses the pseudonym of Alan Duquesne , was found guilty of murder eight years ago. Researcher JENNY RIVAROLA Producer MICHAEL EMBER
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As a child in Pembrokeshire
Towyn Mason was treated for a skin disease by a charmer. That was before the war; yet when he recently returned to his native parts he discovered that the practice not only continues, but thrives.
Producer ANDREW VIVIAN BBCBristol
A quarterly report
Employment issues have now moved decisively to the centre of the political arena. The three months since the Budget have seen White Papers on employment itself and on education and training, as well as the emergence of the all-party Charter for Jobs and a continued rise in the underlying trend of unemployment. Brian Redhead reflects on these developments and on other major themes from the world of work.
Consultant JOHN ATKINSON
Producer CHRISTOPHER STONE
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