Producer DAVID BELLINGER BBC Pebble Mill. Stereo
A selection of hymns and music for Sunday morning introduced by Jack Hywel-Davies including Bells on Sunday from St Mary's.
Stoke-by-Nayland, Suffolk Stereo
7.0 Why Study the State?
7.20 17th-century England
7.40 Biology, Brain and Behaviour
David Richardson has breakfast with a well-known personality in the world of agriculture, in the last programme in the series. Producer ANN MARIE CLIFFORD BBC Pebble Mill
with Clive Jacobs and Rosemary Foxcroft Producers DAVID COOMES and EDWARD LUCAS including at 8.0 News
talks, for the Week's Good Cause, about the ways in which disabled people are encouraged to take an active part in gardening: and how special gardens are being designed for homes, hospitals and institutions catering for disabled people.
Donations to: Gardens for the Disabled, [address removed]
by Alistair Cooke
from St Philip Howard Church, Fareham, Hampshire
Celebrant and preacher FR MICHAEL PETERS
Readings (Jerusalem Bible):
Isaiah 58, vv 7-10; I Corinthians 2, vv 1-5; Matthew 5, vv 13-16
Responsorial Psalm: Psalm 111 Hymns: The light of Christ
(Hymns Old and New 529); No man is an island (Music for the Mass 128); Eat this bread, drink this cup (Taize); Colours of day (HO&N 87)
Organists DENNY MOORE and MAUREEN KNIGHT
Choirmaster DAVID COCKSHOOT BBC Bristol
Agricultural story editor ANTHONY PARKIN
Directed and produced by LIZ RIGBEY BBC Pebble Mill
Presented by Ian Skidmore
Comedienne, musician and playwright are just three of the talents of Victoria Wood.
In conversation with Michael Parkinson she outlines her career to date, from its humble beginnings with the Rochdate Youth Theatre to having her own show on television. She also chooses eight records.
Programme created by ROY PLOMLEY Producer RAY ABBOTT. Stereo
Presented by Gordon Clough Editor DEREK LEWIS
(Details on Wednesday at 10.0 am)
Feelings by Edwin Pearce
Pauline is running: from her children, from her friends, above all from Charlie, her husband.
Presented by Kenneth Hudson 4: Robert Clive 's Cabinet of Curiosities
Two portraits of Robert Clive hang at Powis Castle. They show a well-fed, slightly disgruntled-looking man, with a large mouth and a somewhat bulbous nose. It could well be the face of a successful industrialist or possibly a judge. It is, in fact, the face of a man who laid the foundations of British rule in India. Readers SEAN BARRETR
ALAN DUDLEY ,MARTIN FRIEND and BRIAN GEAR
Producer JOHN KNIGHT. BBC Bristol
4.0 On the Cut The last in a six-part series The End of an Era 'Only one reason we kept in the job - we were born on the canal. We liked the canal. That was the life of us. And then the children came along and they growed into it. They didn't want to leave the canal because it was one community, all together.' Interviews collected and presented by ARTHUR WOOD Producer FRAN ACHESON (e)
4.30 Not So Long Ago Presented by GEOFFREY STERN 6: The Prague Spring (First broadcast on BBC World Service) (e)
5.0 Deutsch Express!
6: Einkaufen in Freiburg JORG WALESCH and IRMGARD MEYER help you with your shopping in Germany and suggest different ways of describing what you Want. RENATE HARRINGTON investigates where young people go shopping. (Re-broadcast next Saturday) (e)
5.30 Buongiorno Italia! Presented by DENISE DE ROME and ENRICO VERDECCHIA
16: Rivediamo unpo'... (R) (e)
Presented by Derek Cooper
with Lionel Kelleway and Fergus Keeling
Brian Johnston visits Harlow in Essex
With EUGENE FRASER
Law, Justice and Democracy
In his recent 1986 Reith Lectures Lord McCluskey Scottish High Court Judge and Solicitor-General for Scotland 1974-9 raised a number of controversial issues which he now discusses with the Lord
Chancellor Lord Hailsham and Lord Scarman, Lord of Appeal. In the Chair
Professor Ian Kennedy , former Reith lecturer Producer ANTHONY MONCRIEFF
by Charles Dickens
Dramatised in ten episodes by Betty Davies
With Christopher Benjamin as Mr Pecksniff, Valentine Pelka as Martin Chuzzlewit, Patrick Troughton as Old Martin, Struan Rodger as Jonas, Jonathan Tafler as Mark Tapley, Angela Pleasence as Charity, Susie Brann as Mercy, David Collings as Tom Pinch, and Narrator, Simon Cadell
'I am in love', said Martin, 'with one of the most beautiful girls the sun ever shone upon. But she is wholly and entirely dependent upon the pleasure of my grandfather; and if he were to know that she favoured my passion, she would lose her home and everything she possesses in the world.'
(Re-broadcast on Friday at 3.0pm)
(Bill Nighy is a National Theatre Player)
Presented by Susan Hill
Denys Gueroult explores the amazing variety of mechanical musical instruments.
Producer ANDREW MUSSETT. Stereo
A six-part serial by John Fletcher
Andy is now entirely in Black Jack Watson's power. The question is: what is Sir Jack going to do to him?
Presented by Joshua Rozenberg
The second of two programmes Nick Ross explores Hua Shan. the village of Flower Hill, and draws a sound picture from dawn to dusk in a typical village in central China.
Consultant SHIO YUN KAN
Producers GEOFFREY SHERLOCK and JANET WHITAKER. Stereo
David Brandon reflects on the meaning of suffering and ways of coming to terms with it.
1: Making Sense of the Present Producer HUGH FAUPEL BBC Manchester. Stereo
Presented by Noel Lewis Producer PETER ROBINS