Producer david BELLINGER BBC Pebble Mill. Stereo
Introduced by Jack Hywel-Davies including Bells on Sunday from St Luke's Church, Brislington. Stereo
7.0 Maths Foundation Tutorial
7.20 Social Science: Grapevine
7.40 Technology: National Power
it's apple blossom time as On
Your Farm goes to the orchards of Suffolk's Hemingstone Fruit Farms to take breakfast with Dutchman Dan Neuteboom and his daughter. Katherine.
Presented by David Richardson Producer ANN MARIE CLIFFORD BBC Pebble Mill
with CUve Jacobs and Margaret Howard Researcher ALISON BOGLE Producer CAROLINE DONNE Editor BEVERLEY MCA1NSH VHF/FM joins at 8.0am including at 8.0 News
talks, for the Week's Good
Cause, about an organisation which brings new hope to unemployed and disadvantaged young people through its various forms of Christian leadership.
Donations to: YMCA, [address removed]
by Alistair Cooke
from the Cathedral Church of St Mary the Virgin, Glasgow
Sung Eucharist according to the Scottish Liturgy 1982
Celebrant The Provost,
THE VERY REV MALCOLM E. GRANT
Preacher THE REV FRED TOMUNSON Readings (NEB): Revelations 19, vv 6-9; Luke 26, w 13-35 Communion Service (William Mathias )
Hymns (NEH): Good Christian men rejoice and sing! (107);
The Lord is risen indeed (118); Lord, enthroned in heavenly splendour (296); Ye servants of God, your master proclaim (476) Anthem: Haec dies (Byrd) Organist and choirmaster BERNARD PORTER
DAVID HAMILTON. BBC Scotland
Agricultural story editor ANTHONY PARKIN
Produced and directed by LIZ RIGBEY BBC Pebble Mill
Presented by Margaret Howard Stereo (Revised broadcast of last Friday programme)
1: Dr Gro Harlem Brundtland, Prime Minister of Norway
In the first of this year's series of seven international phone-in programmes, callers worldwide are invited to put questions to Dr Gro Harlem Brundtland. Norway's first woman prime minister, Mrs Brundtland took office last May. Once described as 'tougher than any man', she has needed all her political skills to cope with the problems caused for the Norwegian economy by the decline in the price of oil. Since 1984 Mrs Brundtland has been Chairman of the United Nations
Commission on Environment and Development, which has been conducting one of the most extensive inquiries ever made into the environmental state of the planet Earth. Its report was published last Monday.
Sue MacGregor is in the Chair. Producers JANICE HADLOW for the Woman's Hour unit and NEIL CURRY for the BBC World Service
(A simultaneous broadcast with BBC World Service)
Lines open from 10.0am
Presented by Nick Worrall Editor DEREK LEWIS
visits the Bodenham Gardening Club, Herefordshire.
by J.R.R. TOLKIEN, adapted in 13 episodes by BRIAN SIBLEY
9: The Two Towers
'Four men came striding through the fem from different directions. Frodo and Sam sprang to their feet, putting back to back and whipping out their small swords. All four men were hooded and masked with green, except for their eyes, which were keen and bright. At once Frodo thought of Boromir, for these men were like him in stature and bearing, and in their manner of speech.'
With SEAN ARNOLD. JOHN CHURCH
ALAN DUDLEY. GORDON REID
MICHAEL SPICE and HAYDN WOOD Singer oz CLARKE
Music composed and conducted by STEPHEN OLIVER Episode adapted by MICHAEL BAKEWELL
Directed by JANE MORGAN. Stereo (R)
Presented by Laurie Taylor
4.0 Crime and Punishment 2: Living in Limbo A look at the problems of prison life and the prisoners' daily routine from their point of view. Few people have any real idea about what goes on inside jails: the Victorians thought that prison would reform the offender and provide a quiet opportunity to contemplate their crimes; the present reality is that prisons are noisy places and do not appear to have deterred people from re-offending. Reporter HUGH PRYSOR-JONES (e) 0 INFO: page 77
4.30 Education Matters Every week SUSAN MARLING looks ahead at the fast-changing world of education. (e)
5.0 Talking of Languages
2: Once upon a time a foreign language was a 'subject' - and one reserved for la crime de la creme. Today a foreign language is seen by many as a tool of communication - and one which almost any pupil can acquire. Back to school with FRANCIS HALLAWELL , who finds out why and how this came to be. (e)
5.30 When in Spain with ANDREW SACHS , MIGUEL PENARANDA and CRISTINA LAGO
3: This week Andrew discovers how to order mouth-watering tapas like tortilla espanola and grilled cuttlefish. (e) Book, £2.50; cassette, £3.95, from retailers
Presented by Derek Cooper
A series of five programmes in which John Morgan introduces reports and viewpoints from those correspondents whose voices and words created colour pictures on radio long before television was able to bring them into the home. 2: Rene Cutforth
Producer ANNE HOWELLS
Brian Johnston visits Stowmarket, Suffolk.
With DAVID SYMONDS
In 1864 Richard Watt sailed for Brisbane on the full-rigged
Young Australia. Joan Leach introduces extracts from his diary of the 14-week voyage. With Pearce Quigley as Richard Watt
Producer GILLIAN HUSH BBC Manchester
Four languages of universal importance spoken in Britain 4: Spanish
Spanish will soon be the world's second most widely-spoken language, after Chinese. In
Latin America it is the language of every country except Brazil, but in Spain there are now four official languages. And in south-east England some 60,000 people speak Gallego. Ray Gosling visits a Gallego corner shop in Shoreditch - and listens to John Butt of King's College, London, for a world view.
Producer JENNY LO (R)
For free information leaflet send a large sae to: [address removed]
by LLOYD C. DOUGLAS
4: The Way to Galilee
Susan Hill joins the travel writer Jan Morris on board the Queen Mary as it approaches the harbour of New York City on 20 June 1945.
How the English Church passed through times of trial, growth, corruption, decline, persecution and reformation to its threshold of triumph in the reign of Queen Elizabeth I.
Dramatised from FOXE'S Book of Martyrs in three episodes by COLIN MCLAREN with Paul Rogers as John Foxe and Bernard Hepton as Thomas Grigsby 2: The Door of Light
'William Tyndale translated the scripture into his mother tongue for the utility of the common people. It cannot be spoken what a door of light he opened to the eyes of the nation.' Singers SUSIE BRANN , JOHN BULL
Voices from the book played by KAREN ASCOE , AVRIL CLARK
RICHARD DURDEN. DAVID GARTH
DAVID GOODLAND , PAUL GREGORY and BRIAN HEWLETT Radiophonic music by ELIZABETH PARKERofthe
BBC RADIOPHONIC WORKSHOP Directed by JUDITH BUMPUS and PIERS PLOWRIGHT. Stereo
Compiled and presented byAndrew Whitehead
A visit to a corner of the East
End which, 92 years ago, was the most notorious criminal slum, 'the blackest pit in London'. Social historians
Raphael Samuel , Stan Newens , mep, and William Fishman describe the squalor and hopelessness of a way of life captured in a classic novel by Arthur Morrison. Readers STEVE HODSON and LEONARD FENTON
Producer JOHN THEOCHARIS Stereo (R)
Presented by Anthony Smith The Forest Edge
Is there a future for the Amazon forest? How much has to be cut down before the rain system breaks down and all the forest dies, causing massive extinction and, perhaps, climatic change? In the last of five programmes
Anthony Smith reviews the fate of the greatest of forests, and looks for solutions that people who use it might accept. Producer GEORGE MONBIOT BBC Bristol
Thora Hird invites you to celebrate her 50th year of married life with a look at love, marriage and family life.
"When for Scottie and I the wedding day came, it was at the Wesleyan Chapel in Green Street, Morecambe. Scottie wore a black jacket and pin stripes and had a wing collar and cravat. Yours truly was done up in a high-necked dress and I had an enormous bunch of lilies that began to wilt long before the wedding guests."
Thora is joined by Janette Scott and Jeffrey Holland to help with the readings.
Peter Goodwright makes a special appearance to help re-create a scene from "Meet the Wife."
The late evening Office of Compline sung by a section of the BBC SINGERS. Stereo (R)
Presented by Rodney Foster Producer FRANK SMITH