Music selected by Michael Ford BBC Birmingham. Stereo
Producers ALLAN WRIGHT and TIM FINNEY
Farmers and other country dwellers tackle the topics which are most on their minds. Producer UZ RIGBEY BBC Birmingham
with Rosemary Hartill
Mike Hollingworth talks to Alan Titchmarsh
8.10 Today's Papers (Broadcastat 7.10am)
Tony Lewis returns to serve up an appetising variety of sporting topics for your breakfast-time digestion.
Producer ROB BONNET
starring with and 8: Going Away
Written by SIMON BRETT
Producer PETE ATKIN
Further reminiscences from
Bill Campbell (Villi the Clown) about his friends in the Soviet Union, where he lived for 45 years until 1977. A Dog's Life
Ian Hislop presents a personal review of the weekly magazines and assesses their coverage of recent events.
Producer SUSAN SNAILUM
Peter Riddell , Political Editor of the Financial Times, reviews the past week. Producer EMILY BUCHANAN
with Margaret Howard Stereo
Reflections on life and politics abroad from the BBC's worldwide team of foreign correspondents. Producer ZAREER MASANI
Presented by Jeanine McMullen (Details on Monday at 10.0am)
(Details on Monday at 6.30) Stereo
The Rt Hon Kenneth Clarke , mp Mary Goldring
Professor Laurie Taylor
The Rt Hon Roy Jenkins , mp
Tea at Gunters by PAMELA HAINES adapted for radio by CHERRY COOKSON withand
In the late 1940s, the annual trip from Leeds to London to take tea at Gunters was Winifred's only link with her past.
She clings to it, dreams what might have been but for the First World War, and tries to live her dreams through her daughter Lucy.
Directed by KAY PATRICK
... in Australia with Helen Atkinson Wood Angus Deayton
Geoffrey Perkins , Philip Pope
3.0 In all Fairness The Question of Race For almost 20 years British law has forbidden racial discrimination. Yet many British citizens remain disadvantaged because of the colour of their skin. SUSAN MARLING finds out where discrimination is still prevalent and asks how it might be overcome. Producer CHRISTOPHER STONE
3.30 Back on Course MARGARET KORVING meets students training in new occupational skills. Producer GORDON HUTCHINGS
4.0 New for Old In the fourth of six programmes about new enterprises and occupational patterns, STUART BECKWITH investigates the prospects for small businesses founded upon innovative ideas. Producer GORDON HUTCHINGS
4.30 Euromagazine Edition française (2) 'C'est bizarre, c'est chouette' - c'est Ie Centre Pompidou DANIEL PAGEON demande aux visiteurs ce qu'ils pensent du Centre et de ses expositions. II y en a une qui consiste en 50 tonnes d'eau! Presente par nicole CHURCH Realise par MICK WEBB
A Portrait of the Amish Joe and Lavina Beachy live in the materialistic USA but go to church in a horse and buggy, burn oil lamps and spurn anything 'worldly'.
Bernard Jackson visits the Beachys and other members of the normally private and wary Amish community in Sugar
Creek, Ohio, and for a week lives their plain life. What motivates these Christians to forgo all the comforts and conveniences of modern technology? Are the Amish eccentric left-overs from a romanticised past, or do they display a soundness of faith that enables them to 'live for heaven'?
Producer JOHN NEWBURY
(Repeatedon Wednesday at 11.0am)
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The final programme of songs by Rodgers and Hart that perhaps you don't know. Sung by Julia Sutton and Lindsay Benson with Gordon Langford (piano) Don Lawson (drums) and Lenny Bush (bass)
Presented by Leslie Sands Written by DENNIS MOORE and LESLIE SANDS Producer ALAN OWEN
Ian Skidmore goes in search of the unusual.
(Details on Tuesday at 9.30pm)
Presented by Derek Jones
With CLIVE ROSLIN including Sports Round-up
D. M. Thomas presents his choice of poetry and prose.
(Details on Friday at 9.5 am) Stereo
Conversation inspired by current public and private preoccupations.
Music by INSTANT SUNSHINE
Producer MICHAEL EMBER. Stereo
Richard Baker presents a selection of words and music on record, reviewing old favourites, introducing the less-familiar and including some recent releases.
Producer JANE BEVAN. Stereo
by Frederick Bradnum
with Gordon Dulieu as Donald Riddle, Janet Maw as Prudence and Stephen Thorne as Gardener
Riddle is a loner who gets involved in more than he bargained for - with unimaginable results.
Be thou my guardian (BBC HB 135); Jesu, the very thought of thee (Wood); Acts 9, w 19-31;
Loving shepherd (BBC HB 194) Stereo
5: Raspers and Scrapers
Using sophisticated recording equipment, researchers have discovered that a multitude of hard-bodied invertebrates communicate with sound. John Mercer , University
College, Galway; Ken Norris ,
University of California at Santa Cruz; David Pye , University College, London, and George Uetz , University of Cincinnati, eavesdrop on the underwater conversations of spiny lobsters, ghost crabs, snapping shrimps and caddis fly larvae, and the 'love calls' of spiders.
Narrator David Attenborough Written and produced by MICHAEL BRIGHT
BBC Bristol Stereo
Presented by Peter Evans
What is happening in science? A weekly review of discoveries and developments from the world's leading laboratories.
You could win £l million by completing this sentence:
'If I win a million pounds I will give it away to
Andy Hamilton , Nick Revell and....' Cheque presented by Penelope Nice and Jasper Jacob
Cheque written by ANDY HAMILTON and NICK REVELL Competition judge
PAUL MAYHEW ARCHER whose decision is final and totally unfair
followed by an interlude
Supplementary medium wave reception is available in some areas.
Further details: page 69