Producers TIM FINNEY , REBECCA POW
with Bernard Jackson
Farming is usually regarded not just as a way of life but as a healthy way of life. In fact farmers and farm workers are exposed to all sorts of diseases and ailments.
Producer TIM FINNEY
(Revised re-broadcast Monday 7.20pm)
with Rosemary Hartill
Mike Gilliam asks
Alan Titchmarsh about jobs in the garden this weekend.
Presented by Cliff Morgan Will there be good news of England's cricketers who are playing Australia in the Third Test in Adelaide?
When Olympia first opened its doors to the public in 1886, the horses stayed outside with the hansom-cabs. In 1986, the horses are allowed indoors - to compete in the International Horse Show.
Producer EMILY MCMAHON
Presented by Bernard Falk with Susan Marling ,
Nigel Coombs and Patrick Stoddart. Producer HELEN ROBSON
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Ian Hislop presents a review of the weeklies. Producer JOY HATWOOD
with Peter Kellner , Political Editor of the New Statesman Producer SHEILA COOK
with Ned Sherrin and the likes of Victoria Mather,
Stephen Fry , and Craig Charles. Plus Farrell's Travels, and Mat Coward's Occasional Diary. Additional material by JAMES HENDRIE and IAN BROWN Producers LAN GARDHOUSE and CATHIE MAHONEY
Reflections on life and politics abroad
Producer ZAREER MASAM
(Details on Monday at 10.0 am)
'After you've met 150 lord mayors, they all begin to look the same.'
The quotations game with Nigel Rees in the Chair
Answering the questions this week:
Roy Kinnear , comedian Eleanor Bron , actress
Chantal Cuer , broadcaster and Auberon Waugh , the Editor of the Literary Review Quotations read by RONALD FLETCHER
Devised by NIGEL REES
Producer HARRY THOMPSON. Stereo (Re-broadcast on Monday at 6.30 pm)
The Rt Hon Cecil Parkinson , mp Ken Livingstone
Dr James McFarlane
Mock Manoeuvres by DAVID MAIROWITZ
Soldiers are practising manoeuvres in a sleepy French village. A modem young wife, new to the village, challenges the menace she feels they represent.
Directed by RICHARD WORTLEY. Stereo
(Clive Merrison is a member of the Royal Shakespeare Company)
Mary O'Hara , in company with Kate Binchy and Sion Probert , presents a selection of her favourite poetry and prose before an audience in the Theatre Royal, Winchester. Producer ALEC REID BBCBristol. Stereo
(Re-broadcast Wednesday 11.0am)
with Christopher Dunkley
The last of four programmes Wuthering Heights
William Wyler 's Wuthering
Heights is very different from
Emily Bronte's. So different that it has tended to be dismissed on the grounds that great books make bad movies.
Christopher Cook considers what happens when a literary classic is adapted for the cinema, with soundtrack illustrations and readings from the book by Penelope Wilton. Producer WENDY CLAY (R)
with PETER DONALDSON including Sports Round-up
Music by dillie KEANE Producer
MICHAEL EMBER. Stereo
Billy Bunter 's Christmas Party by FRANK RICHARDS dramatised by ROB GITTINS
A holiday with Bunter's family? The Famous Five can think of nothing worse. But the fat owl's outflanked them once again and they're booked for Christmas at Tankerton Hall where a malevolent ghost is the least of their concerns.
Directed by ADRIAN MOURBY BBC Wales. Stereo
(Re-broadcast on Monday at 3. 0pm)
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William George Bunter:
Richard Baker presents a selection of words and music on record.
Producer JUDITH ROLES. Stereo (Richard Baker introduces 'Carols from Liverpool' on Thursday at 7. 30pm)
Deep and Crisp and Even by PETER TURNBULL
The last of six parts abridged by ANDREW SIMPSON Read by Bill Paterson The Trap is Set
Producer PAMELA HOWE. BBCBristol
Hope in the Day of the Lord
Eternal ruler of the ceaseless round (BBC HB 321); 0 little one sweet (arr J. S. Bach); I Thessalonians 5, vv 1-11;
The duteous day now closeth (BBC HB 427). Stereo
Specialist reporters 'sound out' the religious and moral implications of current issues. Researcher AMANDA HANCOX Producer CAROLINE DONNE
Series editor BEVERLEY MCAINSH
Presented by Peter Evans
The third of four reports: Food for Thought
'You are what you eat' goes the saying. If so, are we a nation of headless chickens with the giblets removed?
David Lander looks at food, and in particular an alarming new chemical additive - N7Q.
Studio production by STEPHEN FRY , assisted by JULIA HILLS
HARRY ENFIELD and JACK KLAFF Dramatic reconstructions by MARK ARDEN , ROBERT BATHURST and FELICITY MONTAGU
Researcher TONY SARCHET
Editor PAUL MAYHEW ARCHER (R)