Music selected by Michael Ford BBC Birmingham. Stereo
Presented by Charlotte Green
Learning from Television and Radio
7.10 LW Sunday Papers
Samajhiye: for Asians BBC Birmingham
7.50 Turning Over New Leaves Tim Lenton reviews and selects readings from Shadowlands by BRIAN SIBLEY.
Presented by Trevor Barnes Producer BEVERLEY MCAINSH
talks, for the Week's Good Cause, about the ever-increasing number of young people who come to London from the provinces, and the work being undertaken to help those in need.
Donations to: New Horizon Youth Centre, [address removed]
by Alistair Cooke
from St Mark 's Parish Church, Dundela, Belfast conducted by THE REV CANON JAMES MOORE
Preacher THE BISHOP OF DOWN AND
DROMORE, THE RT REV
DR ROBERT EAMES
Organist and choirmaster TIMOTHY WILSON
Reading (RSV): Matthew 16, w 13-26
Hymns (ICH): Praise to the Lord, the Almighty (482); Take up thy cross, the Saviour said (554); For all the saints (191)
Psalm 34, vv 1-10: 1 will always give thanks unto the Lord
Anthem: God is living, God is here (Bach)
BBC Northern Ireland
Agricultural story editor ANTHONYPARKIN
Directed and produced by WILLIAM SMETHURST BBC Birmingham
The glossy Sunday magazine presented by Margo MacDonald Today's edition includes:
A Year of My Own: The Rt Hon Dr David Owen , mp recalls 1956, the year of Suez and Look Back in Anger, as one that was memorable for him for other reasons.
Saturday Night: Nigel Farrell continues his investigation into the Great British Night Out. International Exchange: a worldwide perspective on current issues.
High Noon: guests discuss one of the week's topics live in the studio. Plus Rory Bremner continues his everyday story of broadcasting folk. And Stephen Fry reaching the parts other colour supplements can't reach. Producers IAN GARDHOUSE
SIMON SHAW. VANESSA HARRISON and CATHIE MAHONEY
Presented by Gordon Clough Editor DEREK LEWIS
(Detailson Wednesday at 10.0am)
Deceptions by FREDERICK BRADNUM
Felicity and George are meeting for the first time. It is an arranged meeting, but for what purpose?
4.0 Images of England: The Ealing Films of Charles Crichton In conversation with CHARLES CRICHTON , director of films such as The Lavender Hill Mob and The Titfield Thunderbolt, PETER WILLIAM EVANS discusses the films and the cultural climate of post-war Britain in which they were made. Producer CHRISTOPHER STONE
4.30 Inside Information A ten-programme course 4: The Electronic Office PAUL HEINEY experiments with one of the latest lap-held computers. Researcher DAVE HARVEY Producer CHRISTOPHER STONE (R)
5.0.France Extra! 5: A votre service Vous pourriez m'indiquer ...? JULIETTE MOLE and JEAN-MICHEL DUFFRÈNE give some valuable tips on how to ask for information and understand long and speedy replies. CHANTAL CUER explains how the postal system operates in France. Script by DUNCAN SHIELS (Re-broadcast next Saturday)
5.30 Deutsch direkt! A 20-part radio and television German course
5: Ich hdttegerne ... Going shopping, and saying what you prefer With SABINE MICHAEL and PETER SAHLA Written by MARGARET WIGHTMAN Producer IRIS SPRANKLING (Complementary TV programmes today on BBC1 at 10.55 am and on BBC2, Saturday at 6.30pm) (Re-broadcast next Saturday)
Hugh Scully presents the first of a new series of the programme which answers listeners' queries on the origin, authenticity and use of antiques. Bernard Price and David Battie provide the answers and offer hints on inexpensive items worth collecting. Plus a well-known collector is the guide to a little-known collection
Letters and queries to: Talking About Antiques
BBC. Broadcasting House Whiteladies Road Bristol BS8 2LR
Producer MARY PRICE. BBC Bristol
(Details on Thursday at 9.5 am)
(Details tomorrowat 11.0am)
With BRYAN MARTIN
More unlikely stories by the French humorist ALPHONSE ALLAIS
'I recently reported the imminent disappearance of England, or at least her departure for other climes....' 3: A Careful Criminal and other tales
Read by Christopher Godwin
English translation by MILES KINGTON Producer NIGEL ACHESON (R)
(Details on Thursday at 4.5pm)
by E. W. HORNUNG
3: A Costume Piece
(Details on Wed at 12.27 pm) Stereo
South Wales in the 1900s was an abnormal place in the British Isles - a Klondike of industrial expansion whose immigration levels were surpassed only by the United States. Noah Ablett , described by Aneurin Bevan and Arthur Horner as the most powerful influence on their youth, was one of the leaders in that society in the miners' struggle against the coal owners. He died in 1935 almost unknown, an alcoholic. This is a portrait of Ablett and the society which created and destroyed him.
Producer sian LLOYD BBC Wales
Conversation was once defined as an unrehearsed intellectual adventure in which the journey matters more than the destination. Brian Redhead and guests travel hopefully ... Producer ALASTAIR WILSON BBC Manchester
by CHARLOTTE BRONTE
Final episode: Accounts Settled (Details on Friday at 3.0pm) Stereo
The Day the Prime Minister Was Sacked
Could - or would - the Queen dismiss a democratically elected Prime Minister who had lost the ability to govern? Suppose the governing party had its programme regularly barred by a combined opposition.
This is more or less what happened in Australia on 11 November 1975 when
Governor-General Sir John Kerr dismissed Prime Minister
Gough Whitlam and replaced him with the opposition leader Malcolm Fraser.
Ten years later the affair still divides Australians, and the issues it raises are still not finally resolved. To mark the anniversary of what was probably the most startling upset in the history of British-style constitutional government, David Butler of Nuffield College, Oxford considers the lessons of Whitlam's dismissal, with contributions from Robert Blake
Malcolm Fraser Max Walsh and Gough Whitlam.
Producer DANIEL SNOWMAN
(Re-broadcast on Friday at 11.0am)
A series of seven talks in which Sir Richard Acland reflects on his lifelong quest for a way of expressing religious truth which has meaning for 20th-century men and women. 2: Seeds on Stony Ground Reader BRIAN GEAR BBCBristol