Music selected by Michael Ford BBC Birmingham Stereo
A sequence of hymns presented by Charlotte Green
Preparing Your Home and Your Family
7.10 tWSunday Papers
Samajhiye: for Asians BBC Birmingham
7.50 Turning Over New Leaves Michael Saward reviews and selects readings from Money, Sex and Power by RICHARD FOSTER.
Religious news and views from home and abroad
Presented by Clive Jacobs Reporter TREVOR BARNES Producer DAVID COOMES
talks, for the Week's Good Cause, about the value of parish churches as part of the national heritage, and visits a 14th-century church in Northamptonshire.
Donations for Holy Trinity Parish Church. Rothwell, to:
by Alistair Cooke
from Christ's and Notre Dame College, Woolton, Liverpool
Staff and students join together for Mass celebrated by THE REV MICHAEL CHILD
Morning service in Advent explores the theme of hope
Readings (JB): Baruch 5, vv 1-9; Luke 3, w 1-6
Hymns: 0 come, 0 come
Emmanuel (HON 186); Gifts we bring; God is love (HON 87)
Communion Motet: Ave verum (Byrd)
Choirmaster RAYMOND GUINEE Organist NOEL RAWSTHORNE BBC Manchester
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 A Year of My Own: Keith Waterhouse, the Mirror columnist, chooses the year
1961, which saw the production of his play Celebration.
Saturday Night: Nigel Farrell finds out how one group of people spent their Saturday night.
Sunday Beef: Rabbi Julia Neuberger talks about something which gets her hot under the collar.
International Exchange: a link-up with other countries for a broader perspective on topical matters.
High Noon: guests in the studio discuss one of the week's issues. 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 10.0 am)
Vile Bodies adapted by BARRY CAMPBELL from the novel by EVELYN WAUGH ith and The Bright Young Things of the 1920s.... mostly of good stock, fairly intelligent, but equally anarchic and short-lived.
'Too sick making,' as Mr Waugh would say.
Directed by R. D. SMITH (R)
Customs man/Ginger/ Littlejohn/Rich young man:
Fr Rothschild/Rector/ Prime Minister .:
Customs chief/Judge/ Lord Metroland ..:
Hugh Scully is in the Chair when Bernard Price and Lady Victoria Leitham answer listeners' questions on the origin, authenticity and value of their antiques. There is advice on objects worth collecting now and a tour around the private collection of a well-known person.
Producer MARY PRICE BBCBristol
4.0 Alternative Medicine A series of six programmes 5: Herbalists and Hakims At a time of increasing concern about the side-effects of many synthetic drugs, the claims that herbal medicine is safe and natural are attracting many patients. In this programme ROBERT EAGLE tries to find out how justified these claims are. He also investigates the practices of Hakims, practitioners of traditional Asian medicine, some of whose activities have brought them into conflict with the law. Producer JANE WOOD (R) Revised
4.30 Inside Information A ten-programme course 9: Putting it All Together PAUL HEINEY examines the way in which many of the computer applications discussed earlier in the series come together when he orders a new talking car and goes to watch it being made at Austin Rover's Cowley plant. Researcher DAVE HARVEY Producer CHRISTOPHER STONE (R)
5.0 France Extra!
10: Du cote desfemmes Je considere que ... JULIETTE MOLE and JEAN-MICHEL DUFFRENE discuss ways of expressing opinions and of talking about the past. CHANTAL CUER finds out whether French women are happy with their lot. Do you have any questions about the course so far? CHANTAL CUER. ELSPETH BROADY and ALAN MOYS answer your calls this evening between 5.30 and 6.30 on [number removed]and some will be included in next week's programme. Written by ELSPETH BROADY Producer NICOLE CHURCH (Re-broadcast next Saturday)
5.30Deutschdirekt! A 20-part radio and television German course for beginners 9: Darfich .. ? What you may or may not do, and asking to see a doctor With SABINE MICHAEL , PETER SAHLA Written by MARGARET WIGHTMAN Producer IRIS SPRANKLlNG
(Details on Thursday at 9.5 am)
(Details tomorrow at 11.0am)
With SIMON VANCE
Colin Semper airs your comments and pursues your complaints and queries about the BBC.
(Details on Thursday at 4.5 pm)
by HUGH WALPOLE (2)
(Detailson Wed at 12.27pm) Stereo
Well, the beginning came when I was about 10 or 11 and I started singing with a school choir, a church choir and on picnics.
Then I realised - that far back - that I wanted to become a singer.
He had a way of thrusting out his lower lip in a kind of sidelong thrust which we considered extremely sexy. I used to bring binoculars to watch that lower lip and scream 'Oh Frankie!' whenever he did it.
Frank Sinatra , the first of the modern-day popular music youth idols, is 70 years old this week. Clancy Sigal , once a Chicago teenager who resented the effect this scrawny singer had on his girlfriends, presents a portrait of Sinatra.
With contributions from
BING CROSBY. SAMMY CAHN. CELESTE
HOLM. DAVID JACOBS. QUINCY JONES.
GENE KELLY. BILLY MAY. JOHN ROCKWELL and TWYLA THARP
Producer ROSEMARY HART. Stereo
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Conversation was once defined as an unrehearsed intellectual adventure in which the journey matters more than the destination.
Brian Redhead and his guests travel hopefully....
Producer ALASTAIR WILSON BBC Manchester
by D.H. LAWRENCE
5: A New Start in Life
Bringing Up Parents by PETER SPENCE and KEVIN MALONE
The second of two programmes made in association with West Deutsche Rundfunk, Cologne tells the story of a scheme for which the Greenwich Young People's Theatre recruited youngsters to create and perform a play. For all 24 of the teenagers that sort of co-operation was a new and challenging experience, and this documentary shows how it helped them to develop as people and transcend their backgrounds. Taking part are members of Greenwich Young People's Theatre.
Narrator Martyn Read Producer CLARE TAYLOR
The last in 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
A weekly look at the work of Parliament's Select Committees presented by Mike Baker Producer PETER ROBINS