Producer DAVID BELLINGER BBC Pebble Mill. Stereo
with Jack Hywel-Davies including Bells on Sunday from St Mary's Church,
Ilmington, Warwickshire. Stereo
7.0 Maths Foundation Tutorial
7.20 Foreground Battles and Rearguard Action
Producer ANN-MARIE CLIFFORD BBC Pebble Mill
with Clive Jacobs and Margaret Howard Researcher ALISON BOGLE Producer CAROLINE DONNE Editor BEVERLEY MCAINSH VHF/FM joins at 8.0am including at 8.0 News
8.10 Sunday Papers
(Broadcastat 7.10 am LW)
talks, for the Week's Good
Cause, about an association of parents determined to find a cure for tuberous sclerosis, and to support families whose lives have been turned upside down by the disease. Donations to:
Tuberous Sclerosis Association, [address removed]
by Alistair Cooke
from Belmont Presbyterian Church, Belfast, conducted by THE REV DEREK DRYSDALE
Readings (rsv): Joshua 24, vv 1-5, 13-15; Matthew 11, vv 7-19
Hymns (ch 3): Glory be to God the Father (354); Summer suns are glowing (624); God of light (510); Blessed be theeverlastingGod(530) Anthem: When Mary through the garden went (Stanford) Organist and choirmaster JOHN MERCER
BBC Northern Ireland
Agricultural story editor ANTHONY PARKIN
Produced and directed by LIZ RIGBEY. BBC Pebble Mill
Selected by Willie Rushton Stereo
7: Pik Botha ,
South Africa's Foreign Minister The last in the current series of It's Your World offers listeners from Britain and around the world the chance to put their questions directly to one of South Africa's most important political figures. Pik Botha , the republic's foreign minister, has been called the one member of his party with genuine popular appeal. A vigorous defender of South Africa's right to self-determination, he has nevertheless emerged as the leader of the most reformist wing of the Pretoria cabinet.
Sue MacGregor is in the Chair. Producers JANICE HADLOW for the Woman's Hour unit and NEIL CURRY for the BBC World Service
Lines open from 10.0am
Presented by Gordon Clough Editor DEREK LEWIS
(Details on Wednesday at 10.0am)
A preview of some of the award-winning BBC radio drama which can be heard on Radio 4 over the next fortnight. Stereo
The Gingerbread House by KEN WHITMORE
Richard's new wife believes that his young children should face the real world of missiles and starvation and terrorists and is determined to drive them out of Winnie-the-Pooh's 'Four Acre Wood'.
Directed by ALFRED BRADLEY BBC Manchester. Stereo (R)
The Gift of the Nile
In a series of six programmes Barry Cunliffe traces the development of a civilisation which flourished on the banks of the Nile - one of the greatest civilisations known to man. 3: The Book of the Dead
Producer JOHN KNIGHT. BBC Bristol
Presented by Derek Cooper
4.0 Dealing with Drugs Presented by PETER EVANS 2: The Pleasure Principle Most people first take drugs because they find them enjoyable. But when does casual use become chronic dependence? (e)
4.30 Education Matters With SUSAN MARLING (e)
5.0 Out in the Community Presented by TONI ARTHUR
4: Special People, Special Needs More and more mentally handicapped people are being discharged from hospitals and long-stay institutions. How can they be helped to lead a life of their own, out in the community? Stereo (e)
5.30 Get By in Arabic A six-part introduction to everyday spoken Arabic Presented by AHDAF soueif and ALIX REFAIE
2: Eating and Drinking Written by HILARY wise and SALAH EL-GHOBASHY (R) (e)
Fergus Keeling is on the Masai Mara game reserve.
2: Outposts of Diplomacy
Presented by June Knox-Mawer
with LAURIE MACMILLAN
with Christopher Dunkley
Sometimes you go down a little dark passageway and no sane European would ever venture into there....
The story of Jackie Pullinger and her work in the criminal underworld of Hong Kong's walled city.
Told by Penelope Lee with the voices of those who know.
Producer PIERS PLOWRIGHT. Stereo
by Mrs Henry Wood, dramatised in seven parts by Michael Bakewell
with Rosemary Leach as Mrs Henry Wood, Moir Leslie as the Lady Isabel, David Collings as Mr Carlyle, Anthony Edridge as Francis Levison, Maxine Audley as Miss Cornelia and Julie Berry as Barbara Hare.
Lord Mount Severn's country seat, East Lynne, would seem to speak most eloquently of its owner's wealth and power, but it is a hollow facade. The noble lord is penniless and therein lie the seeds of the tragedy that is to be the lot of his only child, the Lady Isabel.
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Mrs Henry Wood:
The Lady Isabel:
Lord Mount Severn:
Presented by Susan Hill
Hunter Davies ,
Dr Eric Midwinter and Daniel Topolski in conversation with Brian Redhead
Producer MAGGIE REDFERN BBC Manchester
A survey in five parts by Alistair Cooke 1: Beginning
A portrait of Delia Bacon
(1811-59) who, 130 years ago, declared Shakespeare a fake. Compiled by ROBERT GIROUX with and Producer PIERS PLOWRIGHT (R)
The Rev Granville:
The Rev Dr Leonard Bacon/ Voice of Punch:
Charles Dickens Commits
Murder by RAYMUND FITZSTMONS with It is 1869. Dickens has returned to his house at Gad's Hill for the weekend. A sick man, he is working his way through a farewell reading tour of Britain. His face is lined with pain and he drags one foot. Yet he has chosen to add to his repertoire the murder of Nancy by Bill
Sikes from Oliver Twist. He sits alone in his study rehearsing this most demanding of all his readings.
Music arranged and performed by GEORGE DEACON
AND ISOBEL DEACON
Producer JOHN KNIGHT. BBC Bristol
The Retreat Experience
Sue Talbot gathers reactions from people of different religious traditions about the place of silence and solitude in their spiritual development. 1: Christianity
Producer HUGH FAUPLE BBC Manchester. Stereo
I Love and Forgive You Prisoners at Grendon Psychiatric Prison in Buckinghamshire relive some painful moments in their lives under the guidance of therapist Jinnie Jeffries.
Reporter Helen Boaden Producer PETER EVERETT BBC Manchester (R)