Producer DAVID BELLINGER BBC Pebble Mill. Stereo
with Jack Hywel-Davies including Bells on Sunday from All Saints' Church, Intwood, Norfolk. Stereo
A breakfast conversation introduced by David Richardson
Producer ANN MARIE CLIFFORD BBC Pebble Mill
with Clive Jacobs and Libby Purves
Researcher AMANDA HANCOX Producer ANDREW GREEN Editor BEVERLEY MCAINSH including at 8.00 News
8.10 Sunday Papers
speaks, for the Week's Good Cause, about the work of an international human rights educational charity.
Donations to: Minority Rights Group[address removed]
by Alistair Cooke
from Martyrs Memorial Free Presbyterian Church, Belfast Conducted by THE REV DR LAN R. K. PAISLEY
Reading (av): I Corinthians 1, vv 12-31
Hymns (Free Presbyterian
Hymn Book): I waited for the Lord, my God (Psalm 40); I'm not ashamed to own my Lord (217); Rock of ages (173)
Soloist THE REV WILLIAM MCCREA Organist IAN MCDOWELL
Agricultural story editor ANTHONY PARKIN
Directed and produced by LIZ RIGBEY BBC Pebble Mill
Paul Barker explores Britain's periodicals. Producer SAM COLLYNS
Presented by Margaret Howard Stereo (Revised re-broadcast of last Friday 's programme)
Lord Killanin's career has embraced journalism, the army, film-making and writing books. He was also, from 1972 to 1980, President of the International Olympic Committee. In conversation with Michael Parkinson he looks back on his varied life and also chooses eight records to take to the mythical island.
Programme created by ROY PLOMLEY Producer RAY ABBOTT. Stereo
(Re-broadcast on Friday at 9. 05am)
Presented by Phil Longman Editor DEREK LEWIS
(Detailson Wednesday at 10.00am)
The fifth 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 Africa: Opera Wonyosi by the Nigerian playwright WOLE SOYINKA adapted by MICHAEL BARTLETT
Amid the corrupt politics of a republic in Central Africa, a modern highwayman, Macheath, robs, roisters, womanises - and secretly marries Polly, daughter of Anikura, a rival crook.
Anikura, enraged, plots the ultimate revenge!
Musical arrangement and direction by COLIN SELL
Directed by DAVID HITCHINSON A BBC World Service/Radio 4 production. Stereo
In a series of six programmes, Malcolm Billings explores the world of archaeology. 2: Greece - The Laurion Silver Mines
A great new 'fount of silver' discovered around 486 bc paid for the Athenian fleet which defeated the Persians. Work has been progressing on the southern slopes of Mount
Michel at the upper end of the Agrileza valley for several years and is affording an amazing insight into the mining operations of that period.
Producer JOHN KNIGHT. BBC Bristol Book, 'Origins - The Roots of European Civilisation', £16.95 from booksellers
4.00 Global Village The last of six programmes PETER GOODWIN examines how global telecommunications should, and will, develop. Series consultant DR ROBERT KING Producer JEREMY WEBB (R) (e)
4.30 Education Matters SUSAN MARLING explores the fast - changing world of education. (e)
5.00 A vous la France! French for beginners in a 15-part series on radio and television
1: Vous désirez? YVES AUBERT and PHYLLIS ROOME introduce the small amount of language needed to buy drinks and croissants or to ask for tourist information. Script by ALAN WILDING Series producer ALAN WILDING (R) (e)
5.30 The Angry Decade MICHAEL BARBER looks back to writers and their background in the 1950s.
4: The Metropolis Bites Back Reader MARTIN JARVIS (R) (e)
Presented by Fergus Keeling
(Details tomorrow at 11.00am L W)
with PETER DONALDSON
Christopher Dunkley airs your complaints and queries about the BBC.
dramatised in two parts by HAL. CRAIG from the novel by STEPHEN CRANE with Nigel Stock as Henry Fleming
1: 'Regiments burst into view like armed men just born of the earth. The youth perceived that the time had come. For a moment he felt in the fact of his great trial like a babe and the flesh over his heart seemed very thin.'
Other parts played by ISLA CAMERON . ANDREW DOWNIE
JON FARRELL. BRIAN O'HIGGINS
MICHAEL PEAKE , CHARLES RICHARDSON
P. G. STEPHENS. BRUCE WIGHTMAN
JON ROLLASON. MICHAEL TURNER
JOHN HOLLIS , HUGH DICKSON
HUGH MANNING. DAVID SPENSER
JOHN RYE KENNETH DIGHT and KEITH WILLIAMS
Music by JOHN BUCKLAND conducted by LAWRENCE LEONARD Songs arranged by FREDDIE PHILLIPS and sung by ANDREW DOWNIE and URIEL PORTER Directed by JOHN GIBSON
(First broadcast in 1960 on the Third Programme)
Introduced by Nigel Forde
Maeve Binchy sets the scene of her new novel, Firefly Summer. Plus. George Perry talks about Rupert: A Bear's Life.
The second of three programmes of songs by Rodgers and Hart that perhaps you don't know Sung by Lee Gibson 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
All the Blood within Me dramatised by JOHN SCOTNEY with Tom Watson as 'Mac' Funerals don't necessarily bring out the best in people: all too often they result in hometruths which are better left unsaid - or are they?
MARY NASH (piano)
Directed by JANE MORGAN. Stereo
('Dear Illusion ': Wednesday 12.25pm)
In 1974, Michael Beaumont inherited the Channel Island fief of Sark from his grandmother the Dame. Derek Jones goes to see how the present Seigneur of Sark keeps the 20th century at bay. Producer JILL MARSHALL
BBC Bristol. Stereo (R) revised
(Details on Wednesday 11. .00am L W)
Denys Gueroult explores mechanical musical instruments.
Gustav Mahler and the. Way of Transcendence
The Rev Peter Mullen begins a series of three programmes exploring the spiritual life of Gustav Mahler with illustrations from some of his major works.
1: Death and Resurrection featuring extracts from the Third Symphony. Reader Alan Sykes
Producer NOEL VINCENT BBC Manchester. Stereo