Producer DAVID BELUNGER BBC Pebble Mill. Stereo
Introduced by Jack Hywel-Davies including Bells on Sunday from All Saints' Church, Kingston Seymour, Avon Stereo
7.00 Why Study the State?
7.20 17th-Century England: Women
7.40 Education: Aims for Good Practice
Reporters Neil Walker and David Clayton visit people living in fear of the sea.... as it threatens their homes and communities.
with Jill Cochrane and Trevor Barnes
Producer ANDREW GREEN Editor DAVID COOMES including at 8.00 News
8.10 Sunday Papers
asks for your help in the Week's Good Cause when he discusses how those with disabilities can find answers to their daily living problems. Donations to:
Disabled Living Foundation [address removed]
by Alistair Cooke
from Dunlop Parish Church, Ayrshire led by THE REV JACK ROBERTSON Readings (GNB); I John 4, w 14-21; John 11, w 47-50, v 53 Hymns (CH3): Tell me the old, old story (132); 0 worship the King (35); Praise to the Holiest (238); Praise ye the Lord (640) Organist SADIE REID
Conductor GEORGE BELL BBC Scotland
Agricultural story editor ANTHONY PARKIN
Producer LIZ RIGBEY. BBC Pebble Mill 'Songs of Praise ' visits Ambridge tonight at 6. 35pm, BBC1
Presented by Paul Barker Producer DENNIS SEWELL
Presented by Margaret Howard Stereo 0 HEAR THIS! page 20
William Davis 's colourful career has involved the varied occupations of author, columnist, broadcaster, financial editor and former editor of Punch magazine.
He has also owned homes on two islands and reveals to
Michael Parkinson that being cast away with eight favourite records to a desert island would be ideal for him.
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
4: A New Beginning
. In 1808 Governor Bligh was deposed and Colonel Macquarie of the Indian Army was sent out to restore order to the colony. In spite of opposition from MacArthur of the notorious 'Rum Corps' and Samuel Marsden , the 'flogging parson', Macquarie gained the trust of both settlers and freed convicts. 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
ANDREW LAWRENCE. IAIN HUNTER and HELEN THOMAS
Researcher REBECCA CURTIS
Directed by SHAUN MACLOUGHUN BBC Bristol. Stereo
The Rev Marsden:
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.
5: Reformation and Destruction Producer JOHN KNIGHT. BBC Bristol (Re-broadcast on Wednesday 9.15pm)
4.00 American Authors Presented by BEL MOONEY 3: Sylvia Plath (1932-63) Born in Boston, she suffered from a form of manic depression which her poetry evokes with chilling accuracy. Readings by LOU HIRSCH (R) (e)
4.30 Education Matters With MAUREEN O'CONNOR (e)
5.00 New Series Get By in Japanese A new six-part introduction to everyday spoken Japanese. Presented by MASAE MARR and TAKEYOSM KAWASHIMA 1: On Arrival in Tokyo The language you need going through customs; getting to the city and arriving at your hotel. Course writer CHIHOKO MORAN Series producer FRANK WARWICK (e) 0 INFO: page 77
5.30 Espana Viva A 15-part Spanish course Introduced by YOLANDA VÁZQUEZ, With SALVADOR ORTIZ CARBONERES and his students 11: / Buen viaje! Travelling on public transport (e) (Extended re-broadcast next Saturday) Join SABINE MICHAEL , PETER SAHLA and people in Bonn, who today are talking about the media. Written by IRIS SPRANKLING (e)
At the turn of the century, 80 per cent of all medicines came from plants. Has 'green medicine', now been overtaken by synthetic drugs?
(Detailson Tuesday at 8.30pm)
In this six-part series, John Timpson takes a wry look at this green and pleasant land. 3: Wondrous Waterways
Early bridges were built to be lived on as well as to be crossed. They were lined with shops, houses and booths. Some had chapels, and one in Northumberland went one better with a marriage house, where runaway couples could marry without going through the usual preliminaries.
Producer MARJORIE LOFTHOUSE BBC Pebble Mill
(Re-broadcast Friday 11.47am L W)
Mary Peters visits Belfast.
(Details tomorrow at 11.00am LW)
with PAUUNE BUSHNELL
In the last of the present series, Christopher Dunkley airs your comments on the BBC.
Jeremy Siepmann takes an occasionally jaundiced look at the history of conducting. 5: Man and Superman Spontini and Wagner raise egotism to new heights, and genius triumphs over talent. Readers JOHN WESTBROOK and HUGH DICKSON
Producer RAY ABBOTT Stereo (R) revised
7: By the River, Fontainebleau by STEPHEN GALLAGHER. Stereo (Details on Wednesday at 6.30pm)
Nigel Forde talks to publisher and children's writer,
On St Valentine's Day,
Roger McGough unties the ribbons on a bundle of love letters and reflects on the most intimate feelings of the famous - Napoleon and Josephine,
Scott and Zelda Fitzgerald - and the unknown - a prisoner of war writing home to his girlfriend, a young schoolgirl in love for the first time.
Readings by Hannah Gordon and Peter Egan
Producer ALEXANDRA FRASER BBC Pebble Mill
0 WODDIS ON: page 81
Between 1968 and 1970, Roger Martin was political officer in the British Embassy in Saigon. In his second talk, he recalls the District Chief of Due Tho, Major Duyet. (R)
Presented by Fergus Keeling
A six-part review of 1968 4: Wake Up, Sister!
With Betty Friedan ,
Gloria Steinem , Katharine Whitehorn , Jill Tweedie and many of the 'angry young women' who started the women's movement. Presented by Margaret Walters
Presented by Peter Hill
Producer JAMES LEATON GRAY
Words and music for Sunday night
John Rackley concludes his reflections on the writings of modern men of faith looking at the poetry ofR.S. Thomas, the Welsh poet who seeks to find a form of religion which can help modern society.
Producer JUUA WILLS. BBC Bristol