goes to Cumbria where the local BBC agricultural producer,
Charlie Guest , acts as county guide for Allan Wright.
Produced by the AGRICULTURAL UNIT BBC Pebble Mill
with Hope Sealy
Presented by Peter Hobday and Sue MacGregor
7.00,8.00 Today's News Read by BRYAN MARTIN
With GARRY RICHARDSON
7.30,8.30 News Summary
7.40*, 8.47* Today's Papers
7.45 In Perspective
With ROSEMARY HARTILL the BBC's Religious Affairs Correspondent.
8.35* Yesterday in Parliament Editor PHILIP HARDING
Presented by Cliff Morgan Thistles in Wales and Shamrocks in Paris - it's round three of the Five Nations
Championship ... the FA Cup has reached the fifth round and the XV Olympic Winter Games slide towards the end of their opening week.
Producer GORDON TURNBULL
The holiday and travel programme presented by Susan Marling
Travel expert Nigel Coombs joins Susan every Saturday morning to keep you in touch with the latest holiday problems and news. Producer HELEN ROBSON
Far details of items in this week's programme please send sae to:
unravelled, dangled or tied up by Ned Sherrin and the likes of Stephen Fry , Carol Thatcher and Emma Freud
Plus Victor Lewis Smith with more slices from a York ham Additional material by ALISTAIR BEATON
Additional additional material from PAUL SPARKS
Producers IAN GARDHOUSE CATHIE MAHONEY and JAN ARKWRIGHT
Plus Victor Lewis
Jim Naughtie , Chief Political
Correspondent of the Guardian, presents a personal view of a week in the life of MPs and peers.
Producer EMILY BUCHANAN
Reflections on life and politics abroad
Producer HOWARD ROGERS
(Re-broadcast on Monday at 10.00am)
Sheila Hancock and Derek Nimmo tell the stories. Tim Brooke-Taylor , you and the studio audience try to spot the lie.
Devised by IAN MESSITER
Producer EDWARD TAYLOR. Stereo
(Re-broadcast on Monday at & 30pm)
The Rt Hon Norman Fowler , mp The Rt Hon Roy Hattersley , mp Farrukh Dhondy and Roland Long
Kevin Mulhern and guests discover common threads in Radio 4's magazine programmes.
Producer SUSAN DENNY
by CHRIS HAWES
The late 19th century was a mixture of high-minded morality, vice and corruption. Elizabeth Paterson , moved by the plight of children in prison, takes into her house and her heart the child, Maysie. Maysie is no innocent, however, and Elizabeth's passionate concern becomes the means of her own destruction.
Directed by KAY PATRICK BBC Manchester. Stereo
Last week in Boston, several thousand scientists gathered at the 154th annual meeting of the American Association for the Advancement of Science.
Peter Evans was there, and he reports on some of the highlights.
Producer JACKIE LUNN
(Re-broadcast on Monday at 7. 45pm)
4.30 Community Matters Seven programmes with JOHN CLARE
2: New Towns, New Communities? New towns gave planners an opportunity to experiment, but would there be a real sense of community? The Arnold family of Telford visits the Grace family of Milton Keynes , and John Clare talks to politicians and community workers. (e)
5.00 Espana Viva A 15-part Spanish course for beginners Introduced by YOLANDA VAZQUEZ with SALVADOR ORTIZ-CARBONERES and his students
11:i Buen Viaje ! (e) (Extended re-broadcast of last Sunday 's programme)
5.30 L'ltalia dal vivo Second-stage Italian A series of 20 programmes to follow Buongiorno Italia! 18: Cos'e successo? Presentatori DENISE DE ROME e Testi diENRICO VERDECCHIA BOB POWELL (R) (e)
Last of four programmes in which Robert Carvel talks to four statesmen about the shifts in the centres of power. Lord Carrington,
Secretary-General of NATO
The weekly satire show that's almost as ridiculous as the news itself with Bill Wallis , David Tate Sally Grace and Royce Mills
With EUGENE FRASER including Sports Round-up
Open Heart Surgery by CHARLOTTE KEATLEY
Directed by MARILYN IMRIE Stereo
Saturday evening conversation inspired by current public and private preoccupations
Music by JEREMY NICHOLAS Producer MICHAEL EMBER Stereo
Revolution on St Barbara by TERENCE KELLY dramatised from the novel by BARRY CAMPBELL and with TERENCE KELLY
St Barbara is a happy-go-lucky Caribbean island, rich in happiness but out-of-luck where hard cash is concerned. That's until wily old Joseph Mordecai comes up with his brilliant money-making idea for a 'Revolution on St Barbara'!
Directed by DAVID JOHNSTON Stereo
(Re-broadcast on Monday at 3. 00pm)
Sir Peter Jeffrey-Smith:
Richard Baker presents a mid-evening miscellany of words and music. Producer JANE BEVAN Stereo
A reading, a hymn and a reflection led by Colin Semper Stereo
A selection of the letters of Frank Cocker compiled by BILL WESTALL From the trenches of the Western Front, Frank Cocker wrote to his fiancee, Evelyn, about the soldier's life, and in particular his growing friendship with fellow
Yorkshireman, Lance Corporal Charlie Wood.
Reader Paul Copley
MARK LOCKHART (clarinet) Charlie's Theme by TREVOR ALLAN (piano) Producer ED THOMASON Stereo (R)
by Thomas Idinopoulos
Read by Valerie Colgan
A series of eight international short stories.
For a middle-aged Greek woman on her own, America is a threatening place. But Mama Z can cope.
(First broadcast on BBC World Service)
Written by STEPHEN SHERIDAN 2: A Violent Storm
It is the end of the 19th century - a time of dark and terrible deeds. And nowhere is more dark and terrible than Fallen
Arches, where Lord Cliffhanger is doing his best to murder his wife.
Producer MARK ROBSON. Stereo
(Re-broadcast on Wednesday 12.25pm)
. (Details Wednesday at 7.45pm)
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