Producer DAVID BELLINGER BBC Pebble Mill. Stereo
A selection of hymns and music for Sunday morning introduced by Jack Hywel-Davies including Bells on Sunday from Sampford Arundel Church, near Willington, Somerset. Stereo
Poor Little Rich Man
Reporters Neil Walker and David Clayton link up with BBC Local Radio stations for a tour of stately homes, and meet discontented aristocrats who claim they're living in near poverty.
Religious news and views from home and abroad with Clive Jacobs and Ted Harrison
Producer ANDREW GREEN Editor DAVID COOMES including at 8.00 News
8.10 Sunday Papers
speaks, for the Week's Good Cause, about a trust which helps severely physically disabled children and their families.
Donations to: Lady Hoare Trust [address removed]
by Alistair Cooke
(Broadcast last Friday/
Mass for the Day of Special Prayer for World Peace
From Trinity and All Saints' College, Leeds
Mass setting: St Cassian's Mass Isaiah 32, vv 15-18; Colossians 3, w 12-15; John 14, w 23-29
We are one in the Spirit; Hear my cry; Come and be filled; God is love, his the care
Celebrant The Rev David Smith Preacher The Rev Peter Phillips Organist PETER RICHARDSON Leader of the Music Group CATHERINE GUNN BBC Manchester
Agricultural story editor ANTHONY PARKIN
Producer LIZ RIGBEY. BBC Pebble Mill
Frances Donnelly explores Britain's periodicals. Producer DENNIS SEWELL
Presented by Margaret Howard Stereo (Revised re-broadcast of last Friday's 's programme)
The castaway this week is Lord Donoughue who, in conversation with Michael Parkinson , traces the course of his career from working-class beginnings, to Oxford, to the world of politics (he was senior adviser to two Labour Prime Ministers) and to merchant banking. He also chooses his eight records.
Programme created by ROY PLOMLEY Producer RAY ABBOTT. Stereo
(Re-broadcast on Friday at 9. 05am)
Presented by Gordon Clough Editor MARTIN cox
(Details on Wednesday at 10.00am)
A 13-part series
2: The Most ValuableAcquisition
The foundation of modern Australia with and Narrator Humphrey Bower
At six o'clock on the morning of Sunday 13 May 1787, a fleet of 11 old ships set out from
Portsmouth with nearly 1,000 convicts and their keepers on board. Their destination was Botany Bay - more than eight months distant. Every indication was that the mission would fail.
With PROFESSORS GEOFFREY BLAlNEY , MANNING CLARK and HUMPHREY MCQUEEN
Music by ELIZABETH PARKER
(BBC Radiophonic Workshop) Script by MIKE WALKER Technical presentation
ANDREW LAWRENCE. MIKE BURGESS and NIGEL ABBOTT
Directed by SHAUN MACLOUGHLIN BBC Bristol. Stereo (R) revised
Capt Arthur Phillip:
Judge Advocate David Collins:
Capt Lt Watkin Tench:
Dr John White:
Surgeon William Bowes:
Lt Ralph Clark:
Major Ross/Lord Sydney:
Mr John Howard:
Mr J S Mattra:
The Great Cathedrals of Britain In a series of six programmes Malcolm Billings and Tim Tatton-Brown tell the story of the development of British cathedrals from the time of St Augustine in 597 until the Reformation.
3: Out of the Ashes
Producer JOHN KNIGHT. BBC Bristol (Re-broadcast on Wednesday 9.15pm)
(Details on Tuesday at 8.30pm)
4.00 American Authors BEL MOONEY presents a portrait of the life and work of six writers. 1: John Steinbeck (1902-68) Steinbeck was a radical realist who made his best art out of Depression America. Readings by LOU HIRSCH Consultant DR MIKE WOOLF Producer GAYNOR SHUTTE (R) (e)
4.30 Education Matters With MAUREEN O'CONNOR (e)
5.00 A vous la France! A 15-part series
14: C'était comme (a SARA TOMEI talks to a curator at the Musee Dobree in Nantes about the 18th-century slave trade, and YVES AUBERT and PHYLLIS ROOME describe how to tell people about your own past. Script by ALAN WILDING (R) (e)
5.30 Espana Viva A 15-part Spanish course Introduced by YOLANDA VAZQUEZ , With SALVADOR ORTIZ. CARBONERES and his students 9: De tiendas Buying clothes, and asking about opening times (e) (Extended re-broadcast next Saturday)
5.45 Ganz spontan! Third-stage German in 20 parts 5: Was halten Sie von der Politik? (1) Join SABINE MICHAEL. PETER SAHLA and people in Bonn, who in today's programme are talking about politics and politicians Written by IRIS SPRANKLING (e)
1: A Look beyond the Obvious During his years as a broadcaster, John Timpson has collected dozens of stories about the people, places, buildings and events in this green and pleasant land. They are amusing and strange, curious and sometimes bizarre. In the first of six programmes, John describes, in his well-known ho-ho humorous way, how he collected his stories, and introduces us to some of the less well-known facts about Timpson's England.
Producer MARJORIE LOFTHOUSE BBC Pebble Mill
(Re-broadcast on Friday 11.47am L W)
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John Peel visits Combs, Suffolk (Details tomorrow at 11. 00am L W)
With EUGENE FRASER
with Christopher Dunkley
Jeremy Siepmann takes an occasionally jaundiced look at the history of conducting, and finds that all is not as it seems. 3: The Triumph of the Stick
The baton makes a late arrival, Spohr and Mendelssohn show that one head is better than three, and noise-makers get their comeuppance.
Readers JOHN WESTBROOK and HUGH DICKSON
Producer RAY ABBOTT Stereo (R) revised
5: The Beast with Five Fingers by w.f. HARVEY. Stereo.
(Detailson Wednesday at 6.30pm)
Nigel Forde talks with author and playwright
The male is by nature superior and the female inferior; the one rules and the other is ruled.
Aristotle may have been one of the greatest philosophers the world has ever seen but his views on the relationship between the sexes are somewhat challenging. How did a thinker of his stature arrive at such conclusions? And how many of his ideas are still abroad in our own world?
Anne Kelleher , who teaches philosophy at King's College, London, looks at the way
Aristotle's ideas continue to shape our attitudes.
Producer JANICE HADLOW
Five stories from the Black experience in Britain
5: Party by BERYL GILROY Producer JOAN GRIFFITHS
Presented by Fergus Keeling
A six-part review of a turbulent year, 1968, when the post-war generation shook the world by challenging the power and ideas of their elders.
2: A New French Revolution Presented by David Caute
A weekly report of the deliberations and dialogues that take place in Parliament's Select Committees.
Presented by Mike Baker Producer JAMES LEATON GRAY
Words and music for Sunday night
God 's Strugglers
John Rackley continues his reflections on the writings of modern men of faith, dipping into the journal of Dag
Hammarskjold who struggled to hold onto God through the loneliness and apparent pointlessness of life. Producer JULlA WILLS BBC Bristol. Stereo