Producer DAVID BELLINGER BBC Pebble MilL Stereo
Introduced by Jack Hywel-Davies including Bells on Sunday from St Mary's, Redenhall, Norfolk Stereo
7.0 Maths Foundation Tutorial
7.20 The Metaphysical Poets
7.40 Language in Hard Times
People who haven't been to a football match in years would still fight tooth and nail to stop their local club from folding. Presenters Neil Walker and David Clayton link up with the BBC's network of Local Radio stations to investigate why soccer is seen as more than just a game.
Football - When City Becomes United
This week The Local Network is at BBC Radio Leeds with stories from around the country and down your street.
Producers GLYN JONES and NEIL WALKER. BBC North East Send your letters to: The Local Network, BBC North East, Newcastle NE99 1RN
with Clive Jacobs and Libby Purves
Producers EDWARD LUCAS and ROGER HUTCHINGS VHF/FM joins at 8.0am including at
talks, for the Week's Good Cause, about successful research being carried out, resulting in a new machine which helps in the early diagnosis of heart disease, still this country's biggest killer, likely to affect any one of us and often resulting in an early death.
Donations: CORDA [address removed]
from Mount Pleasant Baptist Church, Blackwood, Gwent led by THE REV R J. YOUNG Preacher DR DAVID COOKE
Questions of Christian Belief: Creation - Accident or Design? Readings: Psalm 8; n Corinthians 5, v 17 to 6, v 2
Hymns: AU things praise thee
(BHB 3); Great is thy faithfulness (BHB 576); Jesus is Lord
(Scripture and Song 360) Organist JOHN WALTERS BBC Wales
Agricultural story editor ANTHONY PARKIN
Directed and produced by LIZ RIGBEY. BBC Pebble Mill
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Margaret Howard presents her selection from BBC radio and television programmes.
A tribute to David Penhaligon , the Cornish Liberal MP, who was killed in a road accident at the end of last year. In a conversation with Michael Parkinson , recorded j ust a few weeks before his death, he talked about his life and work and also chose the eight records he would have taken to the mythical island.
Programme created by ROY PLOMLEY Producer RAY ABBOTT. Stereo
Presented by Gordon dough Editor DEREK LEWIS
(Detailson Wednesday at 10.0am) 0 GARDENING SUPPLEMENT: p9
by J R R. TOLKIEN , adapted in 13 episodes by BRIAN SIBLEY
3:The Knife in the Dark
'You may escape from Bree, and be allowed to go forward while the Sun is up; but you won't go far They will come on you in the wild in some dark place where there is no help. Do you wish them to find you? They are terrible!'
MATTHEW viNE (singer)
Music composed and conducted by STEPHEN OUVER
Episode adapted by BRIAN SIBLEY and MICHAEL BAKEWELL
Directed by JANE MORGAN. Stereo (R)
J R R.
Lord ofthe Nazgul:
Jane Gardam takes Christopher Somerville on a walk around
Coatham Marshes near Redcar and to Saltburn-on-Sea, areas which form the background to her novels Crusoe's Daughter, A Long Way from Verona and God on the Rocks.
Readings by Rosalie Crutchley Producer JUDE HOWELIS(e)
Presented by Derek Cooper
4.0 More Than You Can Manage 2: Stress on the Job Do you dread going into work in the morning? JENNI MURRAY investigates tension at work and visits the Midland Electricity Board where coping with stress is all in a day's work. Plus Relax Now - part two of PENNY YENDELL'S instant relaxation routine. (e)
4.30 Education Matters Every week susAN MARLING looks ahead at the fast changing world of education. (e)
5.0 Deutsch Express! 12: Berlin im Freien JORG W ALESCH and IRMGARD MEYER offer more help with word order, and find out what Berlin has to offer to its tourists and inhabitants, particularly this year which marks the 750th anniversary of the city. (Re-broadcast next Saturday) (e)
5.30 Get By in Portuguese with SUZETTE MACEDO and CARLOSALVES
2: Finding Somewhere to Stay: booking into a hotel; asking how much; getting a place at a campsite (R) (e)
Lionel Kelleway joins the hunt for Britain's most elusive fish - the mysterious burbot. And
Fergus Keeling finds out why laws preventing cruelty to animals in pet shops might soon be repealed.
Brian Johnston visits
Basingstoke in Hampshire.
With DAVID SYMONDS
with Christopher Dunkley
Thomas Cranmer , Archbishop of Canterbury, was burned at the stake for heresy on 21 March 1556. God gave Cranmer one supreme gift. He understood the power of the English language and bequeathed to future generations the majestic beauty of the Book of Common Prayer. Professor Brian Morris explores his life and work.
Readers GARARD GREEN and JOHNWESTBROOK
Organist ANDREW LUMSDEN BBC SINGERS directed by JOHN POOLE. Stereo
by Charles Dickens
(for details see Friday at 3pm)
Presented by Susan Hill
Five programmes which visit the scenes of past celebrated crimes and scandals.
3: 7 Blythswood Square, Glasgow 'Madeleine today would be regarded as very normal. By Victorian standards she was regarded as completely abnormal.'
In this fine town house, a society beauty plotted the murder of a young Frenchman. The family fortunes lay in ruins after a verdict of 'not proven'.
Roger Wilkes meets the present occupants and recalls the famous trial of Madeleine Smith.
Producer DIANA STENSON BBC Manchester
Six talks during Lent by The Rev Richard Harries ,
Dean of King's College, London 3: Seeing is Believing -
Appearances or Apparitions?
Peter, Mary Magdalene and Paul are among those who claimed to see Jesus of Nazareth after his crucifixion. The historical evidence for these claims is a battleground for modern scholars of the New Testament. Richard Harries explores the background to the Easter appearances, including the psychological condition of the main witnesses.
by DICK FRANCIS dramatised in eight parts by ERNEST DUDLEY
6: The trail of the fake scotch and the missing whisky tankers seems to lead directly to Paul Young. But how deeply is Flora's son involved?
Directed by MATTHEW WALTERS Stereo
Presented by Joshua Rozenberg
Explorers Extraordinary Six programmes written byjOHNKEAY
4: The Most Amazing Story a Man Ever Lived to Tell with Nigel Graham , Clifford Norgate and Alan Thompson In August 1898 the Wide World Magazine began publishing an account of the astonishing adventures of Louis de Rougemont. The first instalment ended with the hero, shipwrecked two years before, watching from his desert island as a small catamaran appeared from over the horizon. Further instalments were eagerly awaited. The story tested the credulity of his readers. Certainly it was, as the magazine declared, 'the most amazing story a man ever lived to tell', but was it true? Producer ALAN HAYDOCK Stereo (R)
Louis de Rougemont:
Stanley Brinkman continues Towards the Cross: a Lenten Journey
Tonight's journey is with Elijah. Reader Glenys Miles Producer NOEL VINCENT BBC Manchester. Stereo
A weekly look at the work of Parliament's Select Committees Presented by John Sergeant Producer FRANK SMITH