Producers TIM FINNEY. REBECCA POW
with Bernard Jackson
Major Nigel Hadden-Paton is a professional soldier but he's about to give up that career and turn to running the family's Rossway Estate in Hertfordshire. In this programme. Major Hadden-Paton talks about his plans, which include the integration of farming and forestry. Producer ALLAN WRIGHT
with Rosemary HartiU
Mike Hollingworth talks to Alan Titchmarsh.
Lendl, Navratilova, Becker and Chris Lloyd won't be on the terraces at the start of the new Rugby League season.... they're all competing in the US Open tennis at Flushing Meadow.
Chris Rea joins the two sports together.
Producer PETER GRIFFITHS
is The Man With No Part in I'm Sorry I Haven't a Clue
Instead, Humphrey Lyttelton has to put up with Barry Cryer, Willie Rushton, Stephen Fry and Tim Brooke-Taylor
Pianist Vladimir Ashkenazy or Matthew Scott (whichever available). Producer
Nobody Worth Mentioning Stereo
(Re-broadcast on Wednesday at 12.27pm)
by Anthony Smith (R)
John Sweeney presents a personal review of the weekly magazines.
Producer ELAINE BEDELL
The Challenge of Democracy
In the last of four programmes, Geoffrey Goodman looks at industrial democracy.
Can this concept ever be realised in Britain?
With. among others.
Lord Bullock. Sir David Plastow ,
Chairman and Chief Executive of Vickers, and shopfloor workers at Rolls-Royce Motors Producer HARRY SCHNEIDER
unravelled, dangled or tied up by Ned Sherrin and the likes of Robert Elms, Victoria Mather and Stephen Fry
Plus Nigel Farrell , who continues his Great Bus
Journeys of Our Time, and the Occasional Diary of Mat Coward Additional material by ALISTAIR BEATON
Producers IAN GARDHOUSE
SIMON SHAW and CATHIE MAHONEY
Reflections on life and politics abroad
Producer MARIFI CHICOTE
(Details on Monday at 10.0am)
starring with 'Some people like all the pampering and self-indulgence that goes with being ill, and some of us just don't. It really comes down to whether one's a selfish sort of person or not.' Written by SIMON BRETT Producer PETE ATKIN
(Re-broadcast on Monday at 6.30 pm)
the Doctor in The Cold:
In the last of his Devon
Journeys, Tom Salmon goes by way of Meldon Quarry, steps back in time at Morwellham
Quay, and then follows the river Tamar down to Plymouth. Stereo
The Beano by RONY ROBINSON told by Ray Gosling with Frank Windsor as Mr Holles and Geoffrey Hinsliff as Flossie The story of a brewery's last day trip to the seaside - ten days before the outbreak of the First World War. Directed by ROBERT COOPER BBC Manchester. Stereo
4.0 Never the Same Again 3: He Thinks We're Trying to Poison Him (R) (Details on Wednesday at 7.45pm)
4.30 Not Another Diet Programme The last of six programmes With DR ALAN MARYON DAVIS A Question of Balance Alan checks the shopping basket and decodes those E numbers, and with cook writer JACKIE APPLEBEE , he explains how healthy eating is all a question of balance. Producer SARAH ROWLANDS BBC Birmingham (R) For free information pack, send sae (18J x 12; 22p stamp) to: Not Another Diet Programme [address removed]
5.0 Modem European Authors The last of eight programmes Ignazio Silone Silone was born in 1900 in the Abruzzi mountains of Central Italy, and his early life close to the impoverished peasants of the region formed the basis for his novels, notably Fontamara, and his political struggles against Fascism. Presented by THE RT HON MICHAEL FOOT. MP Reader SEAN BARRETT Producer MICK WEBB (R)
5.30 Every Scrap I Can Get JOHN JOHNSON 'S collection of printed ephemera is now housed at Oxford University's Bodleian Library. KENNETH HUDSON paints a portrait of the collector and selects his own favourite items. RONALD PICKUP reads from Johnson's letters. Other readings by ERIC STOVELL NATASHA PYNE and BRIAN SMITH Producer JUDE HOWELLS (R)
Dr Alan Maryon
I Hardly Know What I May Yet Become with
In a biography of one of the most remarkable men of 19th-century America
'By 12 years of age I could speak four languages and had read over a thousand books, good and bad, on every subject imaginable, but above all I was interested in the natural sciences.'
Narrator Noel Johnson with Gordon Fairclough and Peter Marinker
Script JEAN-PIERRE DE ROHAN
Producer ALAN HAYDOCK
(Re-broadcast Wednesday 11.0am)
Five Robb Wilton monologues by ALLEN SADDLER with 2: The Balloon
Michael Clegg , Alan Davison and Brian Gadsby tackle questions from an audience at The Wildfowl Trust,
Washington, Tyne and Wear. Presented by Derek Jones
Songs, sketches and stand-up - a selection of the best of the 1986 Edinburgh Festival Fringe, recorded at the Fringe Club Presented by John Dowie
with BRYAN MARTIN including Sports Round-up
Dr Anthony Clare 's subject this week is Jane Deknatel , the English-born daughter of a Communist trade union organiser, who has become one of the most powerful figures in the American film industry. Researcher LOUISE HIBBINS Producer MICHAEL EMBER
(Re-broadcast on Wednesday at 9.5am)
by John Antrobus
with Robert Stephens as Arnold Gosport
Arnold Gosport, playing 'Elephant Bill', was big box office. Now the years have passed and his crazy family are driving him to drink. Things get worse when two escaped lunatics break into their home and hold them hostage.
Can 'Elephant Bill' prevent his home and life becoming a personal madhouse?
(Re-broadcast on Monday at 3. Opm)
The lawn stretched striped green, immaculate, to the shrubbery at the end of the garden. One day a pile of freshly dug brown earth appeared right in the middle...
Compiled by KATE TIFFIN BBCBristol
(Re-broadcast on Monday at 4.15 pm)
Presented by Richard Baker Producer JANE BEVAN. Stereo
Coffin on the Water by GWENDOLINE BUTLER abridged in six parts by GEOFFREY M. MATTHEWS
Read by Conrad Phillips
3: The Feet of the Murderer
Producer PAMELA HOWE. BBC Bristol
Blessed Jesus, at thy word (BBC HB 257); Nunc Dimittis (Gibbons Short Service); Acts 21, w 7-16;
All for Jesus (Bp 2). Stereo
Investigated by Brian Redhead 9: Cries in the Wilderness
This week he examines the world between the Old and New Testaments - a world of intense religious ferment and political upheaval. Who was the shadowy Teacher of Righteousness who presided over the mysterious and eccentric community in Qumran? How did the avenging Maccabees degenerate into the incestuous Herods? Was Salome over-reacting when she demanded the head of a wild man from the desert? Reader GARARD GREEN
Researcher MICHAEL WAKELIN Producer FRANCES GUMLEY
(Re-broadcast Thursday 10.0am)
Colin Tudge passes through some leading laboratories. 4: The Bristol Exploratory
Stereo (Details on Friday at 12.27pm)