A selection of music
Producer DAVID BELUNGER
BBC Pebble MilL Stereo
A selection of hymns and music
'or Sunday morning introduced by Jack Hywel-Davies including Bells on Sunday from St Saviour's, Oxton,
David Richardson has breakfast with a well-known personality in the world of agriculture. Producer ANN-MARIE CLDFFORD BBC Pebble Mill
Religious news and views from home and abroad
Presented by Clive Jacobs and Rosemary Hartill Producers DAVID COOMES and EDWARD LUCAS including at
8.10 Sunday Papers (Broadcastat 7.10am)
talks, for the Week's 's Good Cause, about work being undertaken to promote the preservation of life and health, and the relief from distress, of breast cancer patients throughout Great Britain Donations to: [address removed]
9.10 Sunday Papers (Broadcastat 7.10am)
from Gresford Methodist Church, Gresford near Wrexham in Clwyd led by the Minister, THE REV IAN WHYTE
Readings: Philemon, w 1-16; Mark 2, w 13-17
Hymns (hs): Timeless love! We sing the story (60); The Church's one foundation (515); Hark! My soul! It is the Lord (521); Lord, in the pain of violent years; Great God of wonders (38) Director of Music
LOTTIE WILUAMS PARRY Organist DANIEL scott BBC Wales
BBC Pebble Mill
Agricultural Story Editor:
Presented by Margaret Howard Stereo
Peter Fluck and Roger Law are the creators of the successful satirical television series Spitting Image. In conversation with Michael Parkinson, they recall how they first met at art school in Cambridge; their days as freelance illustrators; how they made three-dimensional caricatures which they photographed and their eventual animation of the models for television. They also choose their eight records. Programme created by Roy Plomley
Producer Derek Drescher.
(Re-broadcast on Friday at 9.5am)
Presented by Gordon Clough Editor DEREK LEWIS
from Grange Park
Horticultural Society, London (Details on Wednesday at 10.0am)
Close Up by CARLOS GOROSTIZA translated and adapted by HAL BROWN , with Hugo and Lita always enjoy watching the world go by from their balcony. But on this hot summer evening they become the captive audience to a distressing and tragic scene.
Directed by JEREMY MORTIMER Stereo (R)
A series of six programmes in which Kenneth Hudson looks at the way history is viewed.
3: Culloden - The Last Battle on British Soil
The battle of Culloden, fought on 16 April 1746, was all over in under an hour, but its repercussions and the savage reprisals that followed altered the Highlands beyond recognition.
Kenneth Hudson visits
Drumossie Moor, the site of the battle, with Sir Donald Cameron of Lochiel, the Chief of the Clan Cameron, whose ancestor fought in the battle.
Readers ELLEN MCINTOSH
SEAN BARRETT. ALAN DUDLEY
MARTIN FRIEND and HENRY STAMPER Producer JOHN KNIGHT BBC Bristol
Presented by Derek Cooper
4.0 On the Cut
5: The View from the Bank 'What I didn't like was when that boat sailed away. I felt as if I'd lost a part of my life. Once you've made that boat, you missed it when it had gone.' Interviews collected and presented by ARTHUR WOOD (e)
4.30 Not So Long Ago Eight programmes about world history since 1945 presented, with the help of archive recordings, by GEOFFREY STERN 5: Cuba (First broadcast on BBC World Service) (e)
5.0 Deutsch Express! A 15-part second-stage German course
5: Staufen - ein Tag im Leben einer Kleinstadt JORG WALESCH and IRMGARD MEYER explain how to say what you've been doing. Plus details of the Deutsch Express! quiz. (Re-broadcast next Saturday) (e) Quiz entries to be sent before
1 1 February to: BBC Language Quiz (103 HWH). Broadcasting House, London W1A 1AA
5.30 Buongiorno Italia! PresentedDy DENISE DE ROME and ENRICO VERDECCHIA 15: Sono stato a.... (R) (e)
Fergus Keeling and Lionel Kelleway investigate the conservation and welfare issues involved in the keeping of wild animals in captivity.
* INFO: page 77
Brian Johnston visits Crewe in Cheshire
(Details tomorrowat 11.0amLW)
With BRYAN MARTIN
VSO: Manila Calling
There are over a quarter of a million registered 'hospitality girls' in the Philippines. Community worker,
Sophie Dick , and her Philippina co-workers have set up a 'drop-in centre' in Manila's 'tourist' district.
This second programme on Voluntary Service Overseas follows Sophie through her work in Manila, and to Leyte, a poor rural province which many thousands of young girls leave each year for the bars and streets of the capital. Producer JUUE SIMMONS BBC Manchester
by CHARLES DICKENS 1: The New Pupil
Stereo (Details on Friday at 3. Opm)
0 HEAR THIS! page 17
Susan Hill looks at a compelling new collection of short stories by ANNE DEVLIN. Plus Cricket on the Hearth: Some winter books on the summer game.
The first of four programmes Barrel organs, polyphons, orchestrions ... Denys Gueroult explores the amazing variety of mechanical musical instruments.
Producer ANDREW mussett. Stereo
FEATURE: page 8 and INFO: page 77
A six-part serial by John Fletcher
Before Andy Smith can write up his story about Afco smuggling uranium into and out of Britain, he is kidnapped, and forced to witness the burial of his friend Nigel, before he himself gets the chop....
(Re-broadcast on Wednesday 12.27pm)
In this final programme about the national newspaper proprietors, Gordon Clough looks at the influences of Rupert Murdoch of News International. Producer JOCK GALLAGHER BBC Pebble Mill
Chickens, Spitting and Bicycle Bells
The first of two programmes in which Nick Ross visits the People's Republic of China.
(Details on Wednesday 11. 0 am LW)
The late evening Office of Compline
Presented by Viv Robins , the BBC's Political Correspondent Producer PETER ROBINS