Producers TIM FINNEY , REBECCA POW
with Bernard Jackson
A special report from the Farming and Forestry conference at Loughborough Producer LES COTTINGTON
(Revised re-broadcast Monday Z20pm)
with Rosemary Hartill
Jobs to do in the garden this weekend
Presented this week by Tony Adamson.
The Royal Perth Yacht Club, Western Australia, hosts four months of 12-metre racing which will decide the next home of the America's Cup.
Closer to home, at Willesden, there's the World Hockey Cup. And then there's the Suntory World Match Play golf at Wentworth.
Producer PETER GRIFFITHS
Radio 4's travel and leisure programme
Presented by Bernard Falk with Susan Marling ,
Nigel Coombs and Patrick Stoddart Producer HELEN ROBSON
For information on items in this week's programme please send sae to: 'Breakaway [address removed] including at 9.0 News
with Martin Wainwright Producer JOY HATWOOD
This week Liberal MP
Simon Hughes reports on the Labour Party Conference in Blackpool.
Producer MARGARET HILL
Coarse, crass, a sad disappointment
(unpublished letter to
Nearly always throws up something (CITY LIMITS) Ned Sherrin is joined by Craig Charles , Frances Edmonds , Carol Thatcher and Nigel Farrell to tie up, or throw up, something from the week's Loose Ends.
Additional material from
IAN BROWN and JAMES HENDRIE Producers IAN GARDHOUSE
SMON SHAW and CATHE MAHONEY
Producer ZAREER MASANI
The return of Radio 4's financial programme
(Details on Monday at 10.0 am)
Last in the series in The Teapot
'It was bought by Jack Prescott , your father's great-grandfather. He always bought the best of everything.'
Written by SIMON BRETT Producer PETE ATKIN
(Re-broadcast on Monday at 6.30pm)
Dr Rhodes Boyson , mp
Gillian Reynolds , Joe Ashton , mp Simon Hughes , mp
The Holy Experiment by FRITZ HOCHWALDER translated and adapted by BASIL ASHMORE
In the 18th century the Jesuits in the Spanish colonies of Latin America founded a new kind of society in which the Indians were treated as human beings and not slaves.
Directed by MARTIN Jenkins. Stereo
the Father Provincial:
Don Pedro de Miura:
The first of two programmes The Rice Bowl Revolution
Peasants in China outnumber the populations of Europe, the Soviet Union and the USA put together. For most of them the history of the last 100 years has been one of bitter poverty and occasional starvation.
But these days they're being talked about as the 'millionaire' class in China.
Mike Shells has been to China to see what has been happening. Producer ANNA PARKINSON
On 19 and 26 October China Forum on Radio 4 VHF/FM will answer listeners' questions and comments about China. Please write to:
China Forum. BBC. London WIA 4WW
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4.0 Rambles in Ireland In the fourth of six walks up the West Coast of Ireland MIKE HARDING visits Connemara and climbs the Twelve Bens or Pins. Music by DOLORES KEANE , MARY BERGIN. JOHN FAULKNER. ALEC FINN. JOHNNY (RINGO) MCDONAGH and MARTIN O'CONNOR Producers JUDE HOWELLS and JEREMY WEBB (R)
4.30 Brainwaves The education magazine presented by MARGARET PERCY (E)
5.0 Locally Speaking A series of six programmes on dialects and accents in England today
1: The Real Speech of England Are we in the last days of dialect? With the help of BBC local radio archives, BRIAN REDHEAD sets out to explore this question and to discover the differences between dialect and accent - locally speaking. Consultant MALCOLM PETYT Producers ARTHUR WOOD and CHRISTOPHER STONE (R)(E)
5.30 Por aqui Second-stage Spanish, following A 20-part series based on interviews recorded in Santiago de Compostela 1: with ISABEL SOTO and MIGUEL PENARANDA Script by BOB WINTERFLOOD Series producer MICK WEBB (R) (E) Study book, £5.50; three cassettes, £4.31 each, from retailers
by SIEGFRIED SASSOON abridged and read in seven parts by Stephen MacDonald
2: The Flower Show Match BBC Scotland
Phil Drabble , Bob Stebbings and Chris Mead tackle questions put by members of the Rutland Natural History Society.
Presented by Derek Jones
returns for more satirical sketches on the week's news.
With PETER DONALDSON including Sports Round-up
Saturday evening conversation inspired by current public and private preoccupations MUSIC by JEREMY NICHOLAS
Producer MICHAEL EMBER. Stereo
Regency Buck by GEORGETTE HEYER dramatised by NEVILLE TELLER
Pretty but shrewd,
Judith Taverner gallops in from the provinces and daringly defies the gaming, drinking and brawling world of Regency
London to claim her rights, her fortune and - who knows - perhaps her happiness.
Directed by DAVID JOHNSTON. Stereo (Re broadcast on Monday at 3.0pm)
her brother, Peregrine:
Sir Geoffrey Fairford:
Richard Baker presents a selection of words and music on record.
Producer JANE BEVAN. Stereo
Rough Cider by PETER LOVESEY abridged in six parts byDONALD BANCROFT
Read by David March
2: The Skull in the Barrel
Producer PAMELA HOWE. BBCBristol
Lord, by whose breath all souls and seeds are living
(BBC HB 437); Fear not, 0 land
(Elgar); John 6, w 25-35; Father, we thank thee (BBC HB 201) Stereo
The return of the programme in which three guests, in conversation with Ted Harrison , express strong - sometimes controversial - views on an ethical, moral or religious issue of the week.
Producer DAVID COOMES. Stereo
Presented by Peter Evans
A special European edition
Stereo (Details on Friday at 12.27pm)