Music selected by Michael Ford BBC Birmingham. Stereo
A sequence of hymns presented by David Hitchinson LWonlyfrom 6.45
6.45 Inter-Religious Dialogue
7.5 Nomadic Art
7.25 Music interlude
7.10 LW Sunday Papers
7.15Z,WApnaHiGhar Samajhiye: for Asians BBC Birmingham
7.50 Turning Over New Leaves Mary Craig reviews and selects readings from Merton, A
Biography by MONICA FURLONG.
8.10 Sunday Papers (Broadcastat 7.10am)
Religious news and views from home and abroad
Presented by Clive Jacobs Reporter Trevor Barnes Producer BEVERLEY MCAINSH
talks, for the Week's Good Cause, about the many difficulties surrounding today's young, and about a particular programme of help for youngsters in need or at risk.
Donations to: [address removed]
by Alistair Cooke
A service of Holy Communion (ASB Rite A) from
St Martins Parish Church, Liskeard, in Cornwall conducted by the Rector, THE REV DERYCK DAVEY
Readings (NEB): Proverbs 31, w 10-17,30-31; Ephesians 5, vv 25-33; Mark 10, vv 2-9
Hymns: In heavenly love abiding; My hope is built on nothing less; Broken for me, broken for you; Bread of heaven, on you we feed
Organist and choirmaster FREDSAUNDERS BBC Bristol
Agricultural story editor ANTHONY PARKIN
Directed by DIANE CULVERHOUSE Producer WILLIAM SMETHURST BBC Birmingham
Presented by Margo MacDonald Today's edition includes:
The Morning After. Nigel Farrell continues his investigation into the Great British Saturday Night.
High Noon: Studio guests talk over one of the week's topics. A Year of My Own:
Warren Mitchell recalls 1944, the year in which the Allies landed in Europe.
Modem Manners: More advice on how to become de-flummoxed by the jungle of the new social norms as Laurie Taylor and Victor Lewis Smith take their machete to the behavioural undergrowth.
Derek Jameson takes a personal look at the day's offerings from Fleet Street.
Stephen Fry reaches the parts other colour supplements can't reach.
Producers IAN GARDHOUSE ,
SIMON SHAW , VANESSA HARRISON MARK FIELDER
Presented by Gordon Clough Editor DEREK LEWIS
This week the hosts are members of the Congresbury Horticultural Society, Avon, who put their questions to Geoffrey Smith , Clay Jones and Dr Stefan Buczacki
Chairman Les Cottington Producer DIANA STENSON BBC Manchester
(Re-broadcast on Wed at 10.0am)
Scouting for Boys by MARTYN WADE
Tiger, once a Marxist, is now an ageing scoutmaster. As he camps with his troop near the scene of a great crisis in his life, the passions of the past - so at odds with the present - return to shame him.
Directed by DAVID SPENSER (R) Stereo
4.0 Measuring Up Six programmes in which MARGARET KORVING Seeks out expert advice on how to assess and improve your employment prospects.
3: Personal Assets and Liabilities Producers NICOLE CHURCH and GORDON HUTCHINGS (R)
4.30 Get By in Arabic A six-part introduction to everyday spoken Arabic, set in Cairo and designed for holiday-makers and business people. Presented by AHDAF SOUEIF and ALIX REFAIE
1: Meeting People Written by HILARY WISE and SALAHEL-GHOBASHY Producer ALAN WILDING (Book and two cassettes available from bookshops)
5.0 Play for Tomorrow Six programmes exploring sport and leisure
3: New for Old Britain is credited with inventing many of the sports and games that are now played worldwide. But how do new games start up; how are they organised; and how are the rules established? DILLY BARLOW looks at two recent additions to sporting life. Producer FRANK WARWICK
5.30 In AU Fairness The second of four programmes SUSAN MARLING chairs a discussion on women's self-image and education with author and journalist BEATRIX CAMPBELL , JULIA CLEVERDON of the Industrial Society and HAZEL TREADGOLD, Central President of the Mothers' Union. (R)
Three programmes marking International Youth Year 1: Parents
A wide range of issues - broken homes, cultural differences, working mothers, child abuse, the need to love and be loved - is touched on in this programme that gives teenagers a chance to speak for themselves. Written and presented by Sarah McNeill
Reporters Andrea Adams Sandra Heavenstone and Sara Parker
Studio production by ANDREW PARFITT (R)
(Details on Thursday at 9.30 am)
Brian Johnston visits Wareham in Dorset
(Details tomorrow at 11.0am)
Rodney Slatford reflects on the delights and difficulties of being a guest professor at the Peking Conservatoire.
Producer GILLIAN HUSH BBC Manchester
(Detailson Thursday at 4.10pm)
by JOSEPH CONRAD (6)
(Detailson Wed at 12.27pm) Stereo
Teleri Bevan in conversation with the celebrated mezzo-soprano who retired from the operatic stage in 1982 and is now imparting her skills to a new generation of singers.
Producer MARK OWEN. BBC Wales
A series of four programmes Richard Adams joins
Christopher Somerville on a walk along Watership Down and talks about his book of the same name, his life and his writing.
Producer JUDE HOWELLS
by EM. FORSTER
(Details on Friday at 3.0pm) Stereo
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Dick Taveme , qc, chairs the series in which issues of controversy and concern are put on trial before an audience of jurors in Broadcasting House, London. The motion:
Strike-free agreements could spell the end of trades union power
Proposer Alan Sapper
Opposer Roy Sanderson
The two advocates each call supporting witnesses to be questioned and cross-questioned; the jury votes at the beginning and end of the trial so that any swing of opinion may be measured and a verdict reached.
Researcher MARY WOLF
Producer JOHN EDWARDS. Stereo
(Re-broadcast on Friday at 11.0am)
4: Somewhere Over the Rainbow Dewi Z. Phillips continues his reflection on religion and 20th-century literature in the light of the work of playwright Dennis Potter. BBC Wales
The writer Malcolm Lowry acknowledged two tyrannies - the pen and the bottle. His life was full of misfortune, some self-inflicted, yet he managed to produce one outstanding novel, Under the Volcano.
Gordon Bowker considers the man, his life and his masterpiece, with Arthur Calder-Marshall Anthony Burgess Malcolm Bradbury and friends of Lowry. With Hywel Bennett as Malcolm Lowry and Norman Rodway reading from Under the Volcano.
Producer MICHEL PETHERAM (R)