Producer DAVID BELUNGER BBC Pebble Mill. Stereo
with Jack Hywel-Davies including Bells on Sunday from St Mary's Church,
Handbridge, Cheshire. Stereo
7.00 State and Society
7.20 The Romantic Legacy
7.40 Arts Foundation Course: Revision
with David Richardson
Producer ANN-MARIE CLIFFORD BBC Pebble Mill
Religious news and views from home and abroad with Jill Cochrane and Ted Harrison
Researcher ALISON BOGLE Producer ANDREW GREEN Editor BEVERLEY MCAINSH VHFIFMjoinsat8.00am including at 8.00 News
Rector of St James 's Piccadilly, talks, for the Week 's Good Cause, about the plight of single, homeless people in London.
Donations to: [address removed]
by Alistair Cooke
from the Collegiate Church of the Holy Cross, Crediton Devon
A Eucharist (ASB Rite B) service for harvest
Celebrant and preacher THE REV ANTHONY GEERING assisted by THE REV ANTONY LANE Hymns (AMR): Come ye thankful people (482); For the beauty of the earth (171); We plough the fields and scatter (483); Bread of Heaven (411); Now thank we all our God (379)
Choir Anthems: 0 sing unto the Lord with thanksgiving; 0 taste and see
Organist RICHARD MORGAN BBC Bristol
Agricultural story editor ANTHONY PARKIN
Directed by cuve BRILL Producer LIZ RIGBEY BBC Pebble Mill
Paul Barker explores the wealth of reporting and opinion to be found in Britain's periodicals. Producer SAM COLLYNS
Irene Thomas presents her selection of extracts from BBC radio and television programmes.
The pianist Jacques Loussier has won fame and fortune with a style that blends jazz with the music of J.S.Bach.
In conversation with Michael Parkinson , he looks back at a career of some 30 years and also selects his eight records to take to the mythical island.
Programme created by ROY PLOMLEY Producer RAY ABBOTT. Stereo
Presented by Phil Longman Editor DEREK LEWIS
visits the Darley Dale
Horticultural Society in Derbyshire
(Details on Wednesday at 10.00am)
A series of six plays from around the world which, through simultaneous transmission by Radio 4 UK and BBC World Service, can be shared by the largest available English-speaking audience. This week, from the USA: The Glass Menagerie by TENNESSEE WILLIAMS
A play of memories. Tom has escaped the tenement building that trapped him with his demanding mother and crippled sister, locked in her private world of glass animals.
But his sense of guilt has tied him to the past more than he thought possible.
Directed by PETER KING. Stereo A BBC World ServicelRadio 4 production
A revealing glimpse into the work of today's midwife. Jane Marshall shadows a Warwickshire midwife from the time she forms the special relationship with a newly expectant mother, through the birth of the baby, to when she provides support in grappling with broken nights and feeding problems.
Producer JOCK GALLAGHER BBC Pebble Mill
4.00 Global Village 4: Future Phone PETER GOODWIN investigates the telephone network. (R) (e)
4.30 Education Matters On the Road Introduced by SUSAN MARUNG 4: Cambridge Educator or accountant? What will be the headteacher's role in the future? Will governing bodies be able to cope with the financial management of schools? These are some of the questions explored by teachers, administrators and parents who join PROFESSOR TED WRAGG and a team of local experts at Sawston Village College. (e)
5.30 The Angry Decade MICHAEL BARBER looks back to the new generation of writers who made such an impact in, and upon, the 1950s.
2: Love on a Slag-Heap The 'Northern' writers - Sillitoe, Braine, Storey - revitalised the story of everyday folk, this time in the working-class industrial towns. Reader ALAN DOBIE (R) (e)
Presented by Fergus Keeling and Lionel Kelleway
A report on Britain's first hedgehog hospital
(Details tomorrow at 11.00am LW)
David Moreau attempts once more to come to grips with life. 4: Under Oath
Producer PAMELA HOWE BBC Bristol
by ALEXANDRE DUMAS 6: Poison Stereo
Brian Gear with Sandra Boler and Arthur Marshall
The actress, comedienne and writer Meera Syal takes time away from her role in Serious Money in the West End to talk about her complicated life, in a portrait entirely in her own words.
As an Asian born in Britain, she turns her sense of humour on herself to describe the conflict between her career and the expectations of her culture. Producer GWYN RICHARDS BBC Pebble Mill
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I have every day more and more cause to regret that ever my good father suffered music to be my profession. The whole is a trivial and degrading business to any man of spirit or of any abilities
Few families have left such an imprint on English musical and cultural life as the Wesleys. Their legacy is enjoyed whenever a group of worshippers meet to sing one of Charles's hymns, or when a cathedral choir performs one of Samuel Sebastian 's choral masterpieces. Their personalities nalities were as diverse as their music; and life was never straightforward for the eccentric, musical Wesleys. Written and presented by Derek Wilson
Other parts played by BRIAN GEAR and JOHN HARTOCH Music performed by the HIGHBURY SINGERS, with soloists Margaret Thomas and Stephen Foulkes
Musical director JOHN BISHOP Producer ERNEST REA BBC Bristol. Stereo
Samuel Sebastian Wesley:
A national curriculum and a national strategy for testing are essential for the education of our children.
Michael Wakelin concludes his three-part investigation which examines the common roots of paganism and Christianity. 3: Fairies and Saints
Can paganism contribute to today's church?
Producer MICHAEL WORKMAN
In the last of this occasional series of talks, John Morgan reflects on having cancer and recovering from it. (R)
Barrel organs, polyphons, orchestrions ... In the first of four programmes
Denys Gueroult explores the amazing variety of mechanical musical instruments.
Producer ANDREW MUSSETT Stereo (R)