Music selected by Michael Ford BBC Birmingham. Stereo
A sequence of hymns presented by Charlotte Green LW only from 655
Making the Best Use of Printed Materials
7.10Z.W Sunday Papers
Samajhiye: for Asians BBC Birmingham
7.50 Turning Over New Leaves Oliver McTernan reviews and selects readings from God of Surprises by GERARD W. HUGHES
Religious news and views Presented by Clive Jacobs Producer ROGER HUTCHINGS BBC Manchester
talks, for the Week's Good
Cause, about youngsters who are unable to use speech, to communicate by body signals, or to co-ordinate messages received from the senses. Donations to: Richard Baker The National Autistic Society [address removed]
by Alistair Cooke
from Banbury Baptist Church conducted by THE REV BRIAN BUTCHER and THE REV RAY GILL
Hymns (Hymns for Today's
Church): Praise to the Lord, the Almighty (40); Jesus is Lord! (supp 17); Praise the Lord, you heavens, adore him (583)
Readings: Psalm 145; I Peter 1, vv 13-25 (niv)
Agricultural story editor ANTHONY PARKIN
Directed by PETER WINDOWS
Producer WILLIAM SMETHURST BBC Birmingham
The glossy Sunday magazine presented by Margo MacDonald Today's edition includes:
Saturday Night: Nigel Farrell brings back a report on how one group of people spent last night - while they are still sleeping.
International Exchange: a link-up with other countries for a broader perspective on current issues.
A Year of My Own: Alan Whicker recalls 1957 when Russia launched the first
Sputniks; Little Rock, Arkansas made the news headlines; and he began a new career as a television reporter.
High Noon: guests in the studio discuss one of the week's topics. 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
(Details on Wednesday at 10.0am)
A play for radio by RONALD FRAME with and In the icy winter of 1963, the Tomlinsons cross Europe in a Cold War travesty of the first Christmas journey.
Other parts played by GRAHAM BLOCKEY. ARNOLD DIAMOND
WILLIAM EEDLE. NARISSA KNIGHTS
TESSA WORSLEY and TAMMY USTINOV Directed by PATRICK RAYNER
(First broadcast on BBC Scotland) Stereo
the child Annoele:
the adult Annoele:
4.0 Alternative Medicine A series of six programmes 2: Mysterious Energies Robert Eagle investigates one of the most remarkable alternative therapies which is also one of the simplest - healing by laying on of the hands. The phenomenon is inexplicable in standard scientific terms and yet patients, healers and even many doctors are convinced that it happens. Producer JANE WOOD (R) Revised
4.30 Inside Information A ten-programme course 6: Designed by Computer PAUL HEINEY discovers how computers are used in the world of design, with a visit to an animation studio and an exploration of the world of computer graphics, as well as a report on how computers are busy designing kitchens. Researcher DAVE HARVEY Producer CHRISTOPHER STONE (R) (Inside Information is a complete learning package and the accompanying book, computer software and audio cassettes are now on sale. Further details of these and of a special City and Guilds assessment scheme are available from: Inside Information, BBC Education, London W52PA.)
5.0 France Extra!
7: Que de changements dans la vie La vie n'est plus ce qu'elle était.... Biarritz has changed a lot since the days when the Duke of Windsor used to go there on holiday. JULIETTE MOLE and JEAN MICHEL DUFFRENE explain how to talk about those good old days and how to contrast them with the present. CHANTAL CUER reports on the Basque separatist movement. Script by ELSPETH BROADY (Re-broadcast next Saturday) (Book £5. 50; pack of three cassettes £10.29, from booksellers)
5.30Deutschdirekt! A 20-part radio and television German course
6: Wie komme ich... ? Asking the way, and talking about holidays With SABINE MICHAEL and PETER SAHLA Script by MARGARET WIGHTMAN Producer IRIS SPRANKLING (Re-broadcast next Saturday)
(Book £5. 95; three cassettes £3.75 each, from booksellers)
Hugh Scully is in the Chair when Bernard Price and David Battie answer listeners' questions on the origin, authenticity and value of their antiques. There is advice on objects worth collecting now and there is a tour around the private collection of a well-known person.
Producer MARY PRICE BBC Bristol
Letters and queries to:
Talking About Antiques, Broadcasting House,
Whiteladies Road, Bristol BS8 2LR
(Details on Thursday at 9.5am)
Brian Johnston visits Tewkesbury
With EUGENE FRASER
Colin Semper airs your comments and pursues your complaints and queries about the BBC.
(Detailson Thursday at 4.5pm)
by E. W. HORNUNG 5: Wilful Murder or The Return Match
(Detailson Wed at 12.27pm) Stereo
In the first of two programmes David Davies gets on the track of sports sponsorship. Is it blatant advertising or something more sincere?
Among the issues discussed:
How is the Canon League facing up to the disastrous image of soccer? Why did Manchester
United football team take tea in Worcester?
Lucinda Green and Virginia Holgate talk about sponsorship in horse trials.
With David Davies in the studio, and at the sporting venues gold medal-winning athlete and top sports coach Mike Rawson Producer GWYN RICHARDS BBC Birmingham
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 D.H LAWRENCE
2: The Education of George
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. Reader BRIAN GEAR
4: The Evolutionary Journey BBC Bristol
A weekly look at the work of Parliament's Select Committees presented by David Coss
After a summer break, Radio 4's Inside Parliament returns with a new name. The series begins with a programme recorded in Bangladesh, where the In
Committee team has been with four Westminster MPs who have been taking a detailed look at the problems Bangladeshis can experience if they wish to come to Britain.
Producer PETER ROBINS