Producer DAVID BELLINGER BBC Pebble Mill. Stereo
with Jack Hywel-Davies including Bells on Sunday from St Helen's Parish Church, Wheathampstead,
Introduced by David Richardson
Producer ANN MARIE CLIFFORD BBC Pebble Mill
with Clive Jacobs and Margaret Howard Researcher SARAH RUTTY Producer CAROLINE DONNE Editor BEVERLEY MCAINSH including at 8.00 News
talks, for the Week's 's Good
Cause, about the search for a cure for asthma. Donations to:
Asthma Research Council. [address removed]
by Alistair Cooke
from Prinknash Abbey, Gloucestershire
Mass for 27th Sunday sung by the COMMUNITY OF BENEDICTINE MONKS and the BISHOPS CANNINGS SCHOLAR Celebrant and Preacher THE RT REV DOM ALDHELM CAMERON-BROWN , OSB, Abbot of Prinknash Introit: In voluntate tua
Kyrie and Gloria: Mass XI
Epistle (JB): Philippians 4, vv 6-9 Alleluia verse: In exitu
Gospel (JB): Matthew 21, vv 33-43 Credo I
Offertory: Vir erat Sanctus,
Benedictus, Agnus Dei : Mass XI Communion verse: In salutari tua Choirmaster
DOM CHARLES WATSON
Organist DOM MARK HARGREAVES BBC Pebble Mill
Agricultural story editor ANTHONY PARKIN
Directed by VANESSA WHITBURN
Producer LIZ RIGBEY. BBC Pebble Mill
Paul Barker explores Britain's periodicals.
Producer SAM COLLYNS
Presented by Andy Kershaw Stereo (Revised re-broadcast of last Friday 's programme)
The castaway this week is Lulu, who. in conversation with Michael Parkinson. recalls her upbringing in a Glasgow tenement and her subsequent career as a singer and actress. In choosing her eight records she reveals an admiration for the vocal styles of Ella Fitzgerald and Ray Charles.
Programme created by ROY PLOMLEY Producer RAY ABBOTT. Stereo
(Re-broadcast on Friday at 9. 05am)
Presented by Phil Longman Editor DEREK LEWIS
(Details on Wednesday at 10.00am)
A series of six plays from around the world which, through simultaneous transmission by Radio 4 and the BBC World Service, can be shared by the largest English-speaking audience in the world.
This week, from the United Kingdom, Globe Theatre presents "Clouds" by Michael Frayn
"They're all the same these places ... guided tour of collective farms, national folk-dance company, kindergarten where they sing you a patriotic song. You go along with it for a couple of days then you put the boot in. Insist on seeing the jails. My name's Owen by the way. I'm doing it for one of the colour mags."
(Stereo) A BBC World Service/Radio 4 production
4.00 Global Village presented by PETER GOODWIN 5: Safe in the Knowledge Two aspects of data protection: the security and accuracy of information. (R)(e)
4.30 Education Matters ANGELA RUMBOLD , Minister of State for Education, talks to SUSAN MARLING. (e)
5.00 Team Spirit: the Japanese at Play What do the people of Japan do when they are not working long and hard to achieve industrial and economic success? WILLIAM HORSLEY , the BBC's Tokyo Correspondent, takes time off to find out what the Japanese do with their limited leisure time. Producer FRANK WARWICK (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.
3: Sorry Chums, the Raj Is Over Reader MARTIN JARVIS (R) (e)
In a series of six programmes, Malcolm Billings explores the world of archaeology.
1: The Minoans and Their Gods At the end of the last century, Sir Arthur Evans obtained some exquisitely carved seal stones from fields in a valley a few miles behind Heraklion - the modern capital of Crete.
They led him to the discovery of a brilliant civilisation he called the 'Minoans', after the legendary King Minos. Now, finds are being made which shed a new light onto a society which flourished 3,000 years ago. Producer JOHN KNIGHT. BBC Bristol Book, 'Origins - The Roots of European Civilisation edited by Barry Cunliffe , £16.95 from bookshops
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Presented by Fergus Keeling
(Details tomorrow at 11. 00am L W)
With PAULINE BUSHNELL
with Christopher Dunkley
by A1.EXANURK DUMAS 7: The Enquiry
Stereo (Details on Friday at 3.00pm)
Brian Gear with Penelope Lively and William Nicholson
Songs by Rodgers and Hart that perhaps you don't know
Sung by Barbara Rosenblat and Lindsay Benson with Gordon Langford (piano) Don Lawson (drums) Lenny Bush (bass)
Presented by Leslie Sands Written by DENNIS MOORE and LESLIE SANDS
Producer ALAN OWEN. Stereo (R)
A season of plays adapted from his short stories.
To See the Sun dramatised by John Scotney
Vampires, a mad Scots librarian, a handsome Englishman and a countess of uncertain age - all in Dacia in the 1920s.
(Moral Fibre: Wednesday 12.25pm)
Hear This! page 25
Innkeeper/Pall Mall Gazette:
For over 60 years, the Holly
Lodge Estate in North London has been a haven of quiet just a stone's throw from the busy
Al. In the 1920s several hundred flats known as Lady Workers' Homes were built to provide accommodation for single professional women. Residents talk to Hugh Sykes about the days when they had their own restaurant and theatre, and had to observe the strict rules laid down in the lease, and compare it to life there today. Producer BRIDGET CARTER
(Details on Wednesday 11. 00am LW)
Denys Gueroult explores mechanical musical instruments.
Late evening Office of Compline