Producer DAVID BELLINGER BBC Pebble Mill. Stereo
with Jack Hywel-Davies including Bells on Sunday from St Hilary's Parish Church, Wallasey, Wirral Stereo
7.00 Arts Review: Why Voltaire?
7.20 Into the Open: Getting Started
Allan Wright has breakfast with John and Rosemary Berry on their farm in Butterleigh, Taunton.
Producer ANN-MARIE CLIFFORD BBC Pebble Mill
with Clive Jacobs and Libby Purves
Researcher ALISON BOGLE Producer ANDREW GREEN Editor BEVERLEY MCAINSH including at 8.00 News
Commandant in Chief of the St John Ambulance Brigade Cadets, talks to cadet
Emma Jane Howell about the work of the St John Ambulance Brigade in its centenary year. Donations to:
Emma Jane Howell. St John
Ambulance Brigade Centenary Appeal, [address removed]
Credit card donations phone [number removed]
by Alistair Cooke
from the Church of St Nicholas, Arundel, Sussex
A Eucharist (ASB Rite A) service for Stir Up Sunday
Celebrant and Preacher The Rev Michael Weaver assisted by The Rev Peter Taylor Hymns: Through the night of doubt and sorrow (503 EH); We are singing to you, Lord (Sung to God); Dear Lord, to you again our gifts we bring (19 HFT); We give immortal praise (187 HFT) Anthem: Non nobis Domine (Roger Quilter ) Psalm 126
Readings: Isaiah 10. vv 20-23 (RSV); Mark 13, vv 14-23 (NEB) Organist Adrian West
Choirmaster Susanne West
Agricultural story editor ANTHONY PARKIN
Directed by CLIVE BRILL Producer LIZ RIGBEY BBC Pebble Mill
Presented by Francis Wheen Producer SAM COLLYNS
Presented by Margaret Howard Stereo (Revised re-broadcast of last Friday programme)
Barry Cryer is one of the best-known comedy writers.
He has for 30 years survived the quick-fire world that he sums up with the phrase, 'We don't want it good - we want it
Monday'. In conversation with Michael Parkinson he looks back on his career both as performer and writer and he also selects 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 Gordon Clough Editor DEREK LEWIS
(Details on Wednesday at 10.00am)
A selection of works by one of Britain's greatest living writers Our Man in Havana dramatised in three parts by GREGORY EVANS with and 2: Wormold, our newly sworn-in man in Havana, attacks his work creatively by inventing sub-agents for espionage work instead of recruiting real ones. But so important does the false information look to Whitehall that they decide he needs a female assistant....
Directed by BRIAN MILLER BBC Bristol. Stereo (R)
(Re-broadcast on Friday at 3. 00pm)
with Laurie Taylor
(Details on Tuesday at 8. 00pm)
4.00 Man Masters Nature
6: Of Creatures Great and Small GEOFF WATTS discusses the lives of Charles Darwin and Louis Pasteur with DR JOHN DURANT and DR WILLIAM BYNUM. (e) Book, same title, £4.95from booksellers
4.30 Education Matters with SUSAN MARLING (e)
5.00 A vous la France! French for beginners 7: Bon appétit! YVES AUBERT and PHYLLIS ROOME explain how to order your meal. With CAROLLE ROUSSEAU Written by ALAN WILDING (R) (e) Book £5. 95; two cassettes £3.95 each; computer software £19. 95, from retailers
5.30 Espana Viva A Spanish course for beginners introduced by YOLANDA VAZQUEZ With SALVADOR ORTIZ CARBONERES and his students 4:¿Dónde? Asking for directions, and saying where you live. (e) (Extenaedre-broadcast next Saturday) Book £6. 95; two cassettes £4. 95 each; computer software £22. 95. from retailers
5.45 Language Extra Six programmes on language 4: Doggie, Moo Cow , Mummy Wants Gary to Eat His Egg FRANCIS HALLAWELL looks at the way we speak to children and asks DAVID CRYSTAL how parents can help children learn to speak. (e)
A feature for St Cecilia's Day presented by Michael Berkeley. While the instruments played, Cecilia sang to God in her heart....
This account of her wedding feast is the only mention of music in the legend of St
Cecilia. How did she become the patron saint of music? Producer SHIRLEY SCOTT BBC Pebble Mill
(Re-broadcast on Tuesday at 8. 30pm)
Collecting Insects and Ideas Martin Wainwright looks at two Victorian scholar-adventurers.
Alfred Russel Wallace and Henry Walter Bates carried out research in South America and the Far East which led them to develop theories that underlie much of natural science today. Readers MICHAEL TUDOR BARNES amd ALAN DUDLEY
Producer JENNY HARGREAVES (R)
Keith Floyd strolls around
Bridportand West Bay in Dorset. (Details tomorrow at 11. 00am L W)
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Susan Marling meets some of the people who have found neither fame nor fortune in show business but still carry on. 2: The Brown Paper Bag Brothers Producer SALLY THOMPSON (R)
The Medium and the Message
When clairvoyant Doris Collins speaks, thousands believe she has seen into their past, present and future. Others believe she has perpetrated a conjuring trick. Some churches believe danger lurks behind the showmanship. Trevor Barnes explores the world of the clairvoyant.
Researcher AMANDA HANCOX Producer and series editor DAVID COOMES. Stereo
A serial in five parts by EDWARD BOYD
5: 'Whatever you think it is, bookseller, Terry copied pictures. End of story. Right?'
Directed by PATRICK RAYNER BBC Scotland. Stereo
(Re-broadcast on Wednesday 12.25pm)
Presented by Nigel Forde
Brian Redhead considers reasons for taking risks with Professor Norman Dixon Dr John Rae and Rosemary Anne Sisson Producer MAGGIE REDFERN BBC Manchester
How does a top interior designer reconcile all the ideas and expertise he has at his fingertips when it comes to his own home?
Margaret Howard visits
Nicholas Haslam in his London home to find out.
Producer PETER HOARE. Stereo
Fergus Keeling reports on the latest wildlife news and hears about the Florida Everglades where the herons eat snakes and the crabs eat birds.
The Man Behind the Legend
Frank GiUard with the second of two programmes
Reports on some key political issues from the perspective of the men and women most affected by them.
Presenter Chris Stuart Producer MARGARET HILL
Words and music for Sunday night
Finding a Voice
The last of Ann Loades 's explorations into Christianity and feminism.
4: Motherhood of God
'Jesus Christ , who opposed good to evil, is our true mother.' Not the words of a modern feminist but of the 14th-century mystic, Dame Julian of Norwich.
Readers JENNY HOWE , ALAN SYKES Producer RACHEL CASE BBC Manchester. Stereo