Producer DAVID BELLINGER BBC Pebble Mill. Stereo
with Jack Hywel-Davies including Bells on Sunday from St Laurence-in-Reading, Berkshire. Stereo
7.00 Arts Review: Recent Work on 17th-century England
7.20 Managing Schools
7.40 Living with Technology: Values
with reporters David Clayton and Neil Walker
Away from the bright lights of London's West End, are Britain's theatres in crisis?
with Clive Jacobs and Margaret Howard Producer CAROLINE DONNE Editor BEVERLEY MCAINSH FM joins at 8.00 including at 8.00 News
speaks, for the Week's Good Cause, about the Blond
Mclndoe Centre. Founded by Sir Archibald Mclndoe , consultant in plastic surgery to the RAF during the Second World War, it leads research into burns, injuries, transplantation, and the problems of rejection
Donations to: [address removed]
from Emmanuel Evangelical Church, Newport, Gwent led by THE REV GRAHAM HARRISON Behold the Lamb of God
Readings: Genesis 22, w 1-14; John 1, vv 29-37
Hymns (Christian Hymns):
Jesus shall reign (273); Hail thou once despised Jesus (121); Immortal honours rest on Jesus' head (125); Lamb of God thou now art seated (277) Organist PHILIP WATSON BBC Wales
Agricultural story editor ANTHONY PARKIN
Directed and produced by LIZ RIGBEY BBC Pebble Mill
Presented by Paul Barker Producer DENNIS SEWELL
Selected by Peter White
Stereo (Revised re-broadcast of last Friday 's programme)
Margaret Kelly started her career as a dancer at the age of 12 and as a teenager she performed in Germany before moving to Paris in the 1930s. There she formed a dance troupe that became synonymous with the high-life of the city, the Bluebell Girls. In conversation with Michael Parkinson , she looks back on her life and career and also selects eight records to take with her to the island.
Programme created by ROY PLOMLEY Producer RAY ABBOTT. Stereo
Presented by Gordon Clough Editor MARTIN COX
(Details on Wednesday at 10. 00am)
A 13-part series
3: Anarchy and After
Governor William Bligh , of the Bounty, and John MacArthur , the founder of Australia's sheep industry, embody the conflict between officialdom and anarchy. With the British government thousands of miles away, MacArthur and the 'Rum Corps' were able to organise matters pretty much to their advantage. On 26 January 1808, 20 years exactly since the first settlement, Bligh was deposed. Narrator NICK ENRIGHT
With PROFESSORS GEOFFREY BLAINEY , MANNING CLARK and HUMPHREY MCQUEEN
Script by MIKE WALKER
Music by ELIZABETH PARKER
(BBC Radiophonic Workshop) Technical presentation by ANDREW LAWRENCE. IAIN HUNTER and HELEN THOMAS
Directed by SHAUN MACLOUGHUN BBC Bristol. Stereo
Judge Advocate Atkins:
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.
4: Plague, Insurrection and Men's Souls
Producer JOHN KNIGHT BBCBristol
(Re-broadcast Wednesday at 9.15pm)
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(Details on Tuesday at 8.30pm)
4.00 American Authors BEL MOONEY presents a portrait of the life and work of six American writers.
2: Damon Runyon (1884-1946) Best known as the writer of the short stories on which the musical Guys and Dolls is based, Damon Runyon was a sports journalist and a familiar figure on the Broadway scene. Readings by LOU HIRSCH (R) (e)
4.30 Education Matters MAUREEN O'CONNOR explores the changing world of education. (e)
5.00 A vous la France! The last of a 15-part series on radio and television Faisons le point 3 SARA TOMEI presents a portrait of the beautiful old town of La Rochelle, and YVES AUBERT and PHYLLIS ROOME look back over the course and introduce some pieces of revision. With OLIVIER PIERRE Written and produced by ALAN WILDING (R) (e) Book £6. 95; two cassettes £4.95 each; computer software £19.95, from retailers
5.30 Espana Viva A 15-part Spanish course for beginners Introduced by YOLANDA VAZQUEZ , With SALVADOR ORTIZ-CARBONERES and his students 10: Tiempo libre What you like doing in your spare time (e) (Extended re-broadcast next Saturday)
5.45 Ganz spontan! Third-stage German in 20 parts 6: Was halten Sie von der Politik? (2) LUTZ LIEBELT joins SABINE MICHAEL. PETER SAHLA and people in Bonn for the third Ganz spontan! Magazin. Script by LUTZ LIEBELT (e)
John Peel visits the Wirral Peninsula, recalling landmarks of his childhood and something of his Terpsichorean history....
Including interviews with Kenneth Hulme and Keith Vincent from Ness Gardens.
Christopher Dunkley airs your comments about the BBC.
Jeremy Siepmann takes an occasionally jaundiced look at the history of conducting, and finds that all is not as it seems. 4: Storming the Citadel
In which Habeneck takes snuff. Berlioz loses an orchestra, and an electrical conductor helps to keep 12,000 performers in order. Readers JOHN WESTBROOK and HUGH DICKSON
Producer RAY ABBOTT Stereo (R) revised
Presented by Nigel Forde
I'm not ashamed to be deaf- why should I be? My disability isn't my fault. Nor does it make me feel abnormal....It's the way others treat us that is abnormal. The fact that she is totally deaf does not make 24-year-old
Jessica Rees any different from the rest of us - as far as she's concerned. What does make her stand out from the crowd is not her disability but her achievements and her strong views about the way deaf people live in a hearing world. Producer CAROUNE SARLL BBC Wales
At the height of the American war in Vietnam, between 1968 and 1970. Roger Martin was political officer in the British Embassy in Saigon.
In the first of two talks about people he met there and places he visited, he recalls a night out in the jungle. (R)
Lights dazzle and cameras roll - but what is the lot of animal stars centre stage?
Jessica Holm investigates while Fergus Keeling reports on wildlife news.
A six-part review of a turbulent year. 1968. when the post-war generation shook the world by challenging their elders. 3: Will Spring Return?
In Czechoslovakia, 20 years after the all-too-brief Prague
Spring was crushed by Russian tanks, yesterday's disgraced reformers are once again looking to Moscow.
Presented by Richard Davy
A weekly report of the deliberations and dialogues that take place in Parliament's Select Committees.
Presented by Martin Dowle Producer JAMES LEATON GRAY
Words and music for Sunday night
In the third of four reflections on the writings of modern men of faith, John Rackley considers Thomas Merton , who sought to find God beyond the religiosity of saying prayers and going to church.
Producer JUUA WILLS BBCBristol. Stereo