A selection of music
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 St John the Baptist,
Wittersham, Isle of Oxney, Kent. Stereo
7.00 Pope's Essay on Man
7.20 Life and Death
7.40 Technology: Dome Sweet Home
with reporters Neil Walker and David Clayton
It's the Way They Tell 'Em Donald Scott is a star in Carlisle, but almost unknown in the rest of Britain. Is he a victim of regional variations in humour?
Religious news and views from home and abroad with Clive Jacobs and Ted Harrison
Producer NORMAN WINTER Editor BEVERLEY MCAINSH including at 8.00 News
8.10 Sunday Papers
speaks, for the Week's Good Cause, about the need to redevelop St Mary's House in Brighton, founded by Mother Mary Garson in 1954 as the first of 23 homes for the old and frail run by the House of Hospitality. Donations to:
9.10 Sunday Papers
(Broadcastat 7.10am LW)
by Alistair Cooke
from the Chapel of St Cross, Winchester
During Lent the Morning
Service will be following the national Lent course entitled Who on Earth Are You?
Canon Paul Bates , editor of the workbook, will be preaching on the first in the series.
Lord, save the world (HHT 64); We find thee, Lord (HHT 97); Be thou my vision (HHT 10);
Drop, drop slow tears (Bullock); God of grace and God of glory (HHT 34)
Readings: Luke 18, w 9-14 (rsv); A Crabbit Old Woman
('Who on Earth Are You?') Conducted by Canon Colin Deedes
Musical Director DEREK BECK Organist ANDREW WALTER BBCBristoL Stereo
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Agricultural story editor ANTHONY PARKIN
Directed and produced by LIZ RIGBEY
BBC Pebble Mill
Presented by Paul Barker Producer DENNIS SEWELL
Presented by Margaret Howard Stereo (Revised re-broadcast of last Friday programme)
With series like Pennies from Heaven and the Singing Detective, writer Dennis Potter has assumed a dominant role in British television drama.
In conversation with Michael Parkinson, he reveals that he has a reclusive temperament and would much enjoy a period of loneliness on a desert island with just eight records, the books and his luxury item.
Programme created by:
Presented by Gordon Clough Editor MARTIN COX
(Details on Wednesday at 10.00am)
A 13-part series
5: The Last of Britain The voyage out in the 19th century: the leave-taking of the Mother Country, the tribulations and entertainments of the voyage - that could take up to six months - and the first impressions of Australia. Narrator NICK ENRIGHT
GEOFFREY BLAINEY. MANNING CLARK. HUMPHREY MCQUEEN and DR CLEM SEMMLER Music by ELIZABETH PARKER
(BBC Radiophonic Workshop) Script by MIKE WALKER Technical presentation by ANDREW LAWRENCE. IAIN HUNTER and HELEN THOMAS
Directed by SHAUN MACLOUGHLIN BBC Bristol. Stereo
Mary Ann Hall:
The Great Cathedrals of Britain The Glorious Inheritance
The last of six programmes in which 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.
Producer JOHN KNIGHT BBC Bristol
(Re-broadcast on Wednesday 9. 15pm)
4.00 American Authors Presented by BEL MOONEY
4: Nathanael West (1906-40) Readings by LOU HIRSCH (R) (e)
4.30 Education Matters Presented by MAUREEN O'CONNOR (e)
5.00 Get By in Japanese A six-part introduction to everyday spoken Japanese. Presented by MASAE MARR and TAKEYOSHI KAWASHIMA 2: Food and Drink The language that will enable you to order tea or coffee, decide where to eat and order in Japanese. Course writer CHIHOKO MORAN (e)
5.30 Espana Viva A 15-part beginners course Introduced byYOLANDA VÁZQUEZ , with SALVADOR ORTIZ-CARBONERES and his students 12: CincoEstrellas Booking in at hotels (e) (Extended re-broadcast next Saturday)
5.45 Ganz spontan! Third-stage German in 20 parts 8: Da muss ich widersprechen (2) with LUTZ UEBELT, SABINE MICHAEL and PETER SAHLA Script by LUTZ UEBELT
A Portuguese Experience Written and narrated by Paul Hyland
I have come here in June, during the feasts of the popular saints, to listen to bustling Lisbon and look a little more closely into the head and heart of our oldest ally....
And at the heart is Fado, the music of fate or destiny - unique to Portugal. Reader EDITH PHILLIPS Producer BRIAN MILLER BBC Bristol
4: Towering Tales
(Details on Friday 11.47am LW)
(Details tomorrow at 11.00am LW)
with CLIVE ROSLIN
Vallyvon Blumenthal , could entertain a hundred guests to a dinner served from first to last on silver (hot food cannot have stayed hot for long) with wines drunk entirely from silver, savefor himself. He used gold.
The first of six autobiographical talks by the barrister and historian Charles Arnold-Baker , now 70 years old, who was bom a Prussian aristocrat.
Jeremy Siepmann takes an occasionally jaundiced look at the history of conducting.
6: From Martinet to Matinée
Idol; After Wagner, Wagnerians Readers JOHN WESTBROOK and HUGH DICKSON
Producer RAY ABBOTT Stereo (R) revised
8: The Face by E. F. BENSON
Stereo (Details Wednesday 6.30pm)
Nigel Forde talks to Michael Farr , who has translated
Herge and Tintin - Reporters to celebrate the 60th anniversary of the French-speaking world's answer to Walt Disney.
It is 1919 - Bob and Mary are starting school at
Haslingden in the Lancashire cotton valleys....
Jenni Mills rolls back the years, reliving schooldays at
Haslingden High with them and other past pupils - including former Minister Sir Rhodes Boyson.
Producer SARAH ROWLANDS BBC Pebble Mill
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From the earliest days of Christianity, disciples of Jesus Christ have described themselves as 'followers of the Way'. Often that 'way' has been costly. In this series of six talks for Lent, introduced by John Newbury , influential Christians from around the world reflect on their own experience. 1: Dr Jean Vanier
'Blessed are the pure in heart.' Producer STEPHEN OLIVER
Presented by Fergus Keeling
A six-part review of 1968 5: Ireland - The Spark that Lit the Bonfire
The protest marches, confrontations and riots which broke out in the streets of Northern Ireland in 1968 provided the genesis of the Provisional IRA and led to the deaths of over 2,000 people in Britain and Ireland.
Presented by Mary Holland
A weekly report of the deliberations and dialogues that take place in Parliament's Select Committees.
Presented by Michael Fairbairn Producer JAMES LEATON GRAY
Words and music for Sunday night
During Lent Canon Frank Wright explores the theme of Goodness.
1: The Attraction of Goodness
An examination of the magnetic power of goodness - as seen in secular literature, religious works and in those around us. Readers ANN RYE and ALAN SYKES Producer JUUA BROSNAN BBC Manchester. Stereo