Presented by Charlotte Green
7.10 L WSunday Papers
Apna Hi Ghar Samajhiye Make Yourself at Home For Asian listeners BBC Pebble Mill
Correspondence in Enghsh or your own language should be sent to: Make Yourself at Home,
BBC, Birmingham B5 7SA
7.45 LW Bells on Sunday from St Peter 's, Much Woolton, Liverpool
Turning Over New Leaves
Gerald Priestland reviews and selects readings from
Spirituality and Pastoral Care by KENNETH LEECH.
7.10 Living with Technology: Values
7.30 Into The Open: The First Hurdle
Religious news and views from home and abroad
Presented by Ted Harrison Reporter Trevor Barnes Producer DAVID COOMES
talks, for the Week's 's Good Cause, about work being undertaken to offer encouragement, advice and support to sufferers of a hereditary disease which causes blindness. There is no known means of treating the condition which affects 25,000 families in the United Kingdom.
Donations to: BRPS, [address removed]
by Alistair Cooke
Mass for the First Sunday in Advent from St Peter 's Cathedral, Belfast
Celebrant and Preacher
THE MOST REV DR CAHAL B. DALY , Bishop of Down and Connor Readings (Glenfyal Bible Missal): Isaiah 2, w 1-5; Romans 13, w 11-14; Matthew 24, w 37-44 Music of the Mass:
0 come, 0 come Immanuel Psalm 121: 1 rejoiced when I heard them say (O'Carroll)
0 Jesu Christe (Van Berchan )
Tu Rex Gloriae Christe (Turner) Organist and Choirmaster RAYMOND LENNON
BBC Northern Ireland
Dr Cahal B.
Agricultural story editor ANTHONY PARKIN
Directed and produced by LiZ RIGBEY . BBC Pebble Mill
Presented by Margaret Howard Stereo
Nigel Hawthorne is now very well-known as Secretary to the Cabinet in the television series Yes, Prime Minister. In conversation with Michael Parkinson , he talks about his childhood in South Africa, dropping out of Cape Town
University to become an actor, the move to England, the Theatre Royal, Stratford East, with Joan Littlewood , and eventual fame.
He also chooses the eight records he would take to the mythical island.
Programme created by ROY PLOMLEY Producer DEREK DRESCHER. Stereo (Re-broadcast on Friday at 9.5 am) (Nigel Hawthorne is a National Theatre Player)
Presented by Gordon Clough Editor DEREK LEWIS
answers listeners' queries sent in by post.
(Details on Wednesday at 10.0am)
Fancy You Minding That by LIZ LOCHHEAD with and A grandmother, mother and daughter are separated by two generations, by the 400 miles from London to Glasgow, and by very different, and very painful memories and illusions about the men who have shaped their lives.
Song composed and sung by ANGIEREW
Directed by MARILYN IMRIE BBC Scotland Stereo
Bernard Price and Lady Victoria Leatham with Chairman Hugh Scully answer listeners' questions on antiques, their origins and their value. There's a visit to Wightwick
Manor near Wolverhampton to view Pre-Raphaelite art in its original setting.
Collectors ' Guide offers tips on pieces costing little and worth collecting now for the future. Producer MARY PRICE BBCBristol
4.0 Museum Choice Museum expert KENNETH HUDSON is joined by ANNE NIGHTINGALE to visit the Royal Pavilion at Brighton. (R) (e)
4.30 Oaks and Acorns The fifth of six programmes in which NICHOLAS KOCHAN talks to people who have grown large businesses from small beginnings. This week PHILIP HUGHES , founder of Logica, now a leading computer software company. (e)
5.0 Employment Counselling Four programmes in which MICHAEL BRETHERTON counsels those in and out of work and discusses the problems both sides encounter.
3: Mid-career Change (e)
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5.30 Buongiorno Italia! Twenty programmes for beginners in Italian Presented by DENISE DE ROME and ENRICO VERDECCHIA 8: Ha una camera? (R)(e)
Students' book, £5.50: three cassettes, £3. 74 each: Notes for teachers, £4.00, from retailers
Derek Cooper 's weekly defence of pure food at a fair price.
with Fergus Keeling and Lionel Kelleway
Brian Johnston visits Bude in Cornwall
(Details tomorrow at 11.0am L W)
With DAVID SYMONDS
A series often montage documentaries.
1: Big Apple Blues
The leaving of Liverpool did not particularly grieve them, but when a bunch of young scousers arrived in New York to meet some real 'hard cases', they soon wished they were back home on Cantrill Farm.
Producer JOHN DRURY BBC Manchester
by WILLIAM MAKEPEACE THACKERAY Part 6
Stereo (Details on Friday at a Opm)
Susan Hill presents Radio 4's good books programme.
Patricia Beer , William Feaver and Dr Jonathan Steinberg in conversation with Brian Redhead.
Producer GILLIAN HUSH BBC Manchester
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by JEFFREY ARCHER (4)
Stereo (Details Wednesday 12.27pm)
The last in the present series
Presented by Joshua Rozenberg
A Palace for the People
The Crystal Palace which housed the Great Exhibition of 1851 was later rebuilt at
Sydenham in South London.
There it stood for more than 70 years, a favoured venue for concerts, circuses and entertainments of all kinds. Its end came 50 years ago, on 30 November 1936, when it was destroyed in the most spectacular blaze the capital had seen since the Great Fire of London of 1666. This programme tells the story of the Crystal Palace with the recorded recollections of people still living who remember it. Narrator Noel Johnson
With ROSALIND ADAMS. DOUGLAS BLACKWELL
, NIGEL GRAHAM and CLIFFORD NORGATE Producer ALAN HAYDOCK Stereo
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The Word is Wild
Dr Sheila Cassidy concludes her reflections on the call to
'mother' the wild word of God. 4: 1 Have Heard the Thunder
With Chile behind her, Sheila returns to work in Britain and after an interlude of spiritual struggle, she restarts medical work. But the struggle has left its mark.
Reader Brian Gear
Producer STEPHEN LYNAS BBCBristol
A weekly look at the work of Parliament's Select Committees Presented by Steve McCormack Producer PETER ROBINS