with Bernard Jackson
The tables are turned this week when Simon Gourlay , NFU
President, and Robin Pooley , Potato Marketing Board Chief Executive, have breakfast at Broadcasting House and put the questions to the BBC s Agriculture Editor,
with Rosemary Hartill
In the last of the series Mike Gilliam asks
Alan Titchmarsh about jobs in the garden this weekend
8.10 Today's Papers (Broadcastat 7.10am)
(Revised re-broadcast of Tuesday at
3: Working Glass and Upper Class
The grapes of Sancerre and the gardens of a stately home. Stereo
Another opportunity to confuse the Radio 4 listener
The Siege of Fort Night
Presented by Fergus Keeling 'It was coming right at us, real fast, with a big wake. It was throwing its head all over the place, and it must have been about 100 feet long - a snake-like dinosaur!'
Eye witnesses from around the world recall their startling encounters with unknown ocean giants. But what are the creatures they have seen?
Can the sightings be explained, or might there still be some surprises in store for those who study life in the sea?
Researcher LUCY CACANAS Producer MICHAEL BRIGHT BBC Bristol
(Re-broadcast on New Year's Day at
by TERENCE RATTIGAN with and 'Let right be done' is the theme of this play as a father fights to prove the innocence of his son, accused of stealing a postal order at his naval college.
Adapted and directed by IAN COTTERELL Stereo (R)
Sir Robert Morton:
First Lord of the Admiralty:
presents The Snow Queen by PAUL SHEARER and NICK SYMONS with me Gordon Clough
Margaret Howard , Susan Rae Glyn Worsnip , Willie Rushton Barry Cryer , Rabbi Lionel Blue and Cliffhanger
Thrill to the adventures of little Kay and Gerda as they seek to evade the cold clutches of the forces of evil and other jokes.
WARNING: This programme is considered unsuitable for those of a nervous or weak sense of humour.
Producer ANDY WILSON. Stereo
With CHARLOTTE GREEN including Sports Round-up
Johnny Morris recalls his childhood in Wales.
Christopher Frayling introduces the first of two gatherings of voices and opinions, recorded on location in the American West, reflecting the contemporary life and times of the man on horseback -
The Great American Cowboy. 1: Home on the Range Compiled and produced by JOHN POWELL. Stereo (R) (Part 2 tomorrow at 7. 0pm)
by Ngaio Marsh
Dramatised by Alan Downer
With Nigel Graham as Chief Det Insp Roderick Alleyn, Laurence Payne as Jonathan Royal and Steven Pacey as Aubrey Mandrake
Jonathan Royal is a man rich enough to indulge his somewhat extravagant sense of the theatrical. But when he hits on the bizarre idea of throwing a weekend party with guests who have good reasons to loathe one another, his malicious comedy quickly turns to tragedy.
Chief Det Insp Roderick Alleyn:
Dr Francis Hart:
Mme Elise Lisse:
Lady Hersey Amblington:
The Rev Copeland/Caper:
Det Insp Fox/Thomas:
with Graham Greene edited the transcript of the tape-recordings of the Vienna-born
Dottoressa Moor recounting the story of her turbulent life.
Adapted by IRÈNE PRADOR
Narrator John Westbrook
Producer ALAN HAYDOCK (R) revised
conducted by THE REV STEPHEN OLIVER from St Bride's Church. Fleet Street, London
It came upon the midnight clear (BBC HB 52); Il est né divin (Rutter); In the bleak midwinter; Philippians 2, w 1-11 BBC SINGERS directed by BARRY ROSE
Organist PETER WRIGHT. Stereo
Part 2. Stereo
(Re-broadcast on Tuesday at 12.27pm)
in conversation with Frank Delaney
Born into a Jewish family in Berlin, Agnes Bernelle absorbed the atmosphere of the literary and political cabarets in the 20s and 30s. A refugee in London she worked with other exiles in topical reviews, and broadcast counter-propaganda to
Germany. Her most recent venture is a musical based on the satirical poems of Joachim Ringelnatz.
Producer CHRIS SPURR. Stereo
(First broadcast on BBC Radio Ulster)