Music selected by Michael Ford BBC Birmingham. Stereo
Producers ALLAN WRIGHT , TIM FINNEY
The programme which takes you into the countryside. Producer LIZ RIGBEY BBC Birmingham
with Rosemary Hartill
Mike Gilliam talks to
Alan Titchmarsh about jobs in the garden this weekend.
Play starts here on Day Two of the Bell's Scotch Ryder Cup. The Tony Lewis golf buggy is at The Belfry, in support of Tony Jacklin 's team, carrying a glittering array of microphones for tee, fairway and green. Such is our optimism that we've left the ones for bunkers and out of bounds at home!
Driver DAVE GORDON
Presented by Bernard Falk with Robin Dewhurst and Patrick Stoddart Producer IRENE MALLIS
Editor ROGER MACDONALD including at 9.0 News
Anne Robinson with a personal review of the weekly magazines Producer MIKE HOLLINGWORTH
One man's view of another
Party's Conference. This week, Julian Critchley , Conservative mp, reports on the style and substance of the SDP's week at Torquay.
Producer PETER ROBINS
with Anne Nightingale Stereo
Life and politics abroad from the BBC's worldwide team of foreign correspondents. Producer ZAREER MASANI
(Detailson Monday at 10.0am)
(Details on Monday at 6.30pm) Stereo
The Rt Hon Tom King , mp. Sir
Peter Parker , Jonathon Porritt and The Hon Sara Morrison
Child's Play by RONY ROBINSON
Carole Nimmons as Felicity David Ross as Mike
A black comedy about a radical couple's struggle to live up to their political ideals.
Directed by ROBERT COOPER BBC Manchester (R)
Leonard Pearcey talks to American composer
Professor Peter Schickele , creator of P.D.Q. Bach, and plays some of his 'music'. Producer RICHARD WILLCOX
3.0 Regional Arts A series of eight programmes on the organisation of the arts outside London. Introduced by DEREK PARKER 7: Art and the Community It is not only professionals who are involved in the artistic life of the country. This programme looks at the amateurs and the audiences. Producers DENNIS SIMMONS and MICHAEL LAWTON
3.30 Going Ski-ing 3: All Geared Up This week MICHAEL SMEE 'S skis take him to Austria and Switzerland and, with the help of CATHY WOOD of The Skier magazine, he also offers tips on buying clothes. Producer FRANK WARWICK (R) (Revised) (Book, same title, £3. 75 from bookshops)
4.0 Brainwaves An on-the-spot guide for students seeking higher level courses. Also, MARGARET PERCY investigates the claim that children's books encourage race and sex prejudice.
4.30 Euromagazine Edizione Italiana (3) DENISE DE ROME e ENRICO VERDECCHIA presentano una breve rassegna della politica italiana, e ANGELA virdo mtervista uno degli uomini politici piu noti, Giulio Andreotti. Regia ALAN WILDING (R)
(Detailson Wednesday at 11. Oam)
It is unlikely that a 'Cambridge Maximus' or a 'Merry Andrew' will be heard from the belfries of the Vatican or Cologne
Cathedral, for their bells, like those throughout Europe, are not tolled by humans but by automatic bell-ringing machines. In Britain the invasion has already begun.
Will British change-ringers be replaced by German machines? Valda Hood goes in search of the first infiltrators.
Producer MICHAEL BRIGHT BBC Bristol
(Details on Tuesday at 9.30pm)
Presented by Derek Jones Stereo
with David Lander 2: Whose Baby?
With LAURIE MACM1LLAN including Sports Round-up
Seven programmes written byjOHNKEAY
4: The Most Amazing Story a Man Ever Lived to Tell with Olivier Pierre as Louis de Rougemont Narrator John Rowe with Nigel Graham , Clifford Norgate and Alan Thompson In August 1898 the Wide World Magazine began publishing an account of the astonishing ad ventures of Louis de
Rougemont. The story tested the credulity of its readers, but was it true?
Producer ALAN HAYDOCK (R) Stereo
This month the centenary of D.H. Lawrence is being celebrated at his birthplace,
Eastwood in Nottinghamshire. But in the autobiographical Sons and Lovers he wrote passionately about another landscape, the flat east coast. A modern-day writer,
Jenny Hursell , follows Lawrence back to her native Lincolnshire, to
Brook Cottage and 'the space of all this level shore'.
Producer GWYN RICHARDS
BBC Birmingham (R) Revised Stereo
Richard Baker presents a selection of words and music on record.
Producer JANE BEVAN
(Re-broadcast on Friday at 9.5 am) Stereo
A Pig for Victory by CHRISTOPHER DENYS
'That pig became a part of our lives. It made a new man out of Arthur, he blossomed, came right out of himself. What time he'd got, he'd be out in his doorway watching the pig playing with the kids. It made him somebody, having that pig.'
Directed by TONY CLIFF BBC Manchester
(Re-broadcast on Monday at 3. Stereo
Through the night of doubt and sorrow (BBC HB 186); Set me as a seal (Walton); Ephesians 6, vv 11-20; 0 Jesu so meek (BBC HB 529) Stereo
12: The Honorary Birds
Warren Brockleman , Mahidol University, Bangkok; David Chivers and Eliot Haimoff ,
Cambridge University, describe how the calls of gibbons are used to reinforce the pair bond and for territorial proclamation. Narrator David Attenborough Written and produced bv MICHAKL BRIGHT
BBC Bristol (R) Stereo
Scientists of the British
Antarctic Survey live and work for months at a stretch in extreme conditions.
Peter Evans discovers what research under such conditions has revealed about the ice, the rocks beneath it and the wildlife around the South Pole.
Producer DEBORAH COHEN (R)
with Nick Wilton
Helen Lederer , Clive Mantle and Steve Brown
Music by STEVE BROWN
Written by ARNOLD BROWN
PAUL I). DAVIES. JEREMY HARDY HUNTER AND DOCHERTY. ROGER
PLANER. SMITH AND KYAN. MURRY. RIX. WILTON and GEOFFREY PERKINS Producer JAMIE RIX