A selection of music BBC Pebble Mill. Stereo
Presented by Charlotte Green
7.10 L W Sunday Papers
Apna Hi Ghar Samajhiye Make Yourself at Home For Asian listeners BBC Pebble Mill
Correspondence in English or your own language should be sent to: Make Yourself at Home,
BBC, Birmingham B5 7SA
7.45 L W Bells on Sunday from St Mary and St Cuthbert, Chester-le-Street, Tyne and Wear
Turning Over New Leaves
Richard Harries reviews and selects readings from Agenda for Biblical People by JIM WALLIS
7.10 Open Forum: University Magazine
7.30 Into the Open: Getting Started
Presented by Clive Jacobs Reporter Trevor Barnes Producer DAVID COOMES
looks back, for the Week's Good Cause, on the BBC's annual radio and TV
Children in Need appeal, and tells where all the money - every penny of it - is going.
Your aonation can be made at any bank, at most building societies, at any high street Post Office
(Transcash 1066), or by post to: BBC Children in Need, [address removed]
9.10 Sunday Papers
by Alistair Cooke
A service of Holy Communion from the Methodist Centre,
Bromsgrove, Worcestershire Hymns (mhb): 0 worship the Lord (9); Through all the changing scenes of life (427);
My God, I know, I feel thee mine (387); 0 thou who this mysterious bread (H&S 58) Readings (NEB): I Kings 17, w 1-16; Luke 10, w 25-37
Presiding minister and preacher THE REV DAVID ROBERTS
Organist MARGARET BROWN BBC Pebble Mill
BBC Pebble Mill
Agricultural Story Editor:
Presented by Margaret Howard Stereo
John Ridgway 's adventures first became public when, in 1966, he rowed across the Atlantic with Chay Blyth.
In conversation with Michael Parkinson , he recalls canoeing down the Amazon, sailing twice round the world, his exploits in Peru and the Himalayas, and talks about his School of Adventure in Scotland. He also chooses his eight records.
Programme created by ROY PLOMLEY Producer DEREK DRESCHER. Stereo (Re-broadcast on Friday at 9.5 am)
Presented by Gordon Clough Editor DEREK LEWIS
visits the Borough of St Edmundsbury in Suffolk
(Details on Wednesday at 10.0 0 am)
On May Day by PAUL COPLEY
Janek remembers the Soviet
Union as a forced journey across the Siberian wastes when he was a child. His stories do nothing to reassure Tom, who cannot reach his wife on the Trans-Siberian Express, as the radioactive cloud from
Chernobyl drifts over Europe.
STEPHEN HATTERSLEY , JAMES GOODE and THERESA STREATFEILD
Directed by NED CHAILLET. Stereo
Bernard Price and David Battie , with chairman Hugh Scully , answer listeners' questions on antiques, their origins and their value. Plus a visit to the miniature rooms of Nunnington Hall in Yorkshire.
Collectors' Guide offers tips on pieces that cost little and are worth collecting.
Producer MARY PRICE. BBC Bristol
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4.0 Museum Choice KENNETH HUDSON is joined by the General Secretary of the Arts Council, LUKE RITTNER, to visit the Avoncroft Museum of Buildings and the Museum of the Lancashire Textile Industry. (e)
4.30 Oaks and Acorns Fourth of six programmes NICHOLAS KOCHAN talks to KEN OLSEN , founder of the world's second largest computer company, Digital Equipment Corporation. Producer GORDON HUTCHINGS (e)
5.0 Employment Counselling Four programmes in which MICHAEL BRETHERTON counsels those in and out of work. 2: Redundancy 'They have broken my faith in anyone ever being my boss!' (e)
5.30 Buongiorno Italial Twenty programmes for beginners in Italian Presented by DENISE DE ROME and ENRICO VERDECCHIA
7: Cosa c'è da vedere? (R) (e)
The Great American Feast
Derek Cooper encounters the cranberries and turkeys destined for a New England Thanksgiving dinner.
Valmik Thapar talks to Fergus Keeling and Lionel Kelleway about watching and filming tigers in the Indian reserve of Ranthambhore.
Brian Johnston visits Huddersfield
(Details tomorrow at 11.0am L W)
With EUGENE FRASER
Sally Feldman , from the Woman's Hour team, brings you the past week's highlights. Producer CLARE SELERIE-GREY
by WILLIAM MAKEPEACE THACKERAY Part 5
Stereo (Details on Friday at I 0pm)
Susan Hill presents Radio 4's good books programme.
This week: spies, cyphers and secrets.
The last of three programmes examining the British prison system past and present. Dissatisfaction Presented by Leslie Fairweather
Producer JOHN EDWARDS
by JEFFREY ARCHER (3)
Stereo (Details Wednesday 12.27pm)
Presented by Joshua Rozenberg
The Loud Awakener:
The Story of George Whitefield When George Whitefield was barred from the Anglican pulpits of Bristol in 1739, he took an important decision. If the people could not come to him, he would go to the people. On a Sunday afternoon in February, he preached to miners emerging from their pits on Hanham Mount. When he returned soon after, 23,000 turned up to hear him. He was reviled by bishops and clergy for his 'vulgarity', but the people heard him gladly and his influence lives today in Britain and America.
Presented by Colin Evans Readers
BILL WALLIS and BRIAN GEAR
Producer ERNEST REA BBC BristoL Stereo
(Re-broadcaslon Fridayat 11.0am LW)
The Word is Wild
Dr Sheila Cassidy continues her reflections on the call to
'mother' the wild word of God. 3: The Broken Ones are Mine From the stories of those she knew in Latin America, and from her continuing work with cancer patients and their families, Sheila concludes that powerlessness has its own strength. 'If one has experienced pain, one is a better companion.' Reader BRIAN GEAR
Producer STEPHEN LYNAS BBC BristoL Stereo
A weekly look at the work of Parliament's Select Committees Presented by Peter Hill