Producer DAVID BELUNGER BBC Pebble Mill. Stereo
with Jack Hywel-Davies including Bells on Sunday from St Giles' Church, Stoke
Poges, Buckinghamshire. Stereo
7.00 Hume's Science of Man
7.20 The Metaphysical Poets
7.40 Acting Cleopatra
7.00 LW News
7.15 LW On Your Farm The agricultural industry is gearing up for the 1989 Food and Farming Year, when the main aim will be to make the public more aware of what goes on to provide the nation's food. This work has been carried out for years by the Association of Agriculture, which tells the true story of agriculture in schools and other educational establishments and arranges a host of farm visits and open days. The association's president, Charles Jarvis , hosts breakfast for Les Cottington. Producer ALLAN WRIGHT BBC Pebble Mill
7AO LW Sunday with Clive Jacobs and Kati Whitaker Producer CAROLINE DONNE Editor DAVID COOMES including at 8.00 News
8.10 Sunday Papers
talks, for the Week's Good Cause, about the Fight for Sight Special Appeal, now raising £5.5 million to fund exciting new developments in medical research for the cure of blindness at the Institute of Ophthalmology and Moorfields Eye Hospital.
by Alistair Cooke
for Palm Sunday
The Rev Tom McGuiness , sj, leads a meditation on the journey with Christ into
Jerusalem and on to Calvary. He is accompanied by other members of the community and visitors to Craighead Retreat House, Bothwell, and the Anawim music group. Stereo
Agricultural story editor ANTHONY PARKIN
Producer LIZ RIGBEY
Directed by VANESSA WHITBURN
Presented by Polly Toynbee Producer JOHN FORSYTH
Presented by Margaret Howard Stereo (Revised re-broadcast of last Friday programme)
Sue Lawley's first invitation to the mythical island is to Lord Hailsham of St Marylebone.
During their conversation, he looks back on his career as scholar, lawyer and politician and he also chooses eight records to entertain him.
Programme created by ROY PLOMLEY Producer RAY ABBOTT Stereo
(Re-broadcast on Good Friday at
post that mentions
Presented by Gordon Clough Editor MARTIN cox
(Details on Wednesday at 10.00am)
A 13-part series
10: Home Within Our Shores
In the 1890s, Australia was only a collection of colonies but it enjoyed the highest standard of living in the world. However, with Federation in 1900 and the blood-letting and heroic defeat of Gallipoli in 1915, it finally came of age as a nation. Narrator NICK ENRIGHT
Folk music by WARREN FAHEY with members of SKEWIFF With PROFESSORS GEOFFREY BLAINEY
. MANNING CLARK. HUMPHREY MCQUEEN and FR EDMUND CAMPION Music by ELIZABETH PARKER Script by MIKE WALKER Technical presentation
ANDREW LAWRENCE , IAIN HUNTER and JOHN DEVINE
Researcher FRANCES BYRNES
Directed by SHAUN MACLOUGHLIN
A B Facey:
(Details on Tuesday at 8. 00pm)
4.00 An Uphill Struggle A two-part report by MICHAEL SMEE on ski-ing in Scotland. 2: Room at the Top Despite the hostile mountain climate, the demand for ski-ing in Scotland continues to exceed the capacity of the existing ski resorts. Several sites have been identified for possible expansion but many obstacles - some natural, others man-made - seem to be in the way of any rapid development. Producer FRANK WARWICK (e)
4.30 Education Matters In the last programme of the current series, MAUREEN O'CONNOR talks to KEITH HAMPSON , MP, BRIAN SEDGEMORE , MP, and PADDY ASHDOWN , mp, about the progress of the GERBIL through Parliament. Researcher BEATRICE RUBENS Producer MERILYN HARRIS (e)
5.00 Team Spirit: the Japanese at Play william HORSLEY finds out what the Japanese do with their limited leisure time. Producer FRANK WARWICK (R) (e)
5.30 Language Extra Nine programmes on language 2: Say It with Letters FRANCIS HALLAWELL visits the British Museum to discover how we got from drawing little pictures to using an alphabet, (e)
5.45 Ganz spontan! Third-stage German in 20 parts 13: Was sind denn die beliebtesten Sportarten?(X) with SABINE and PETER Written by IRIS SPRANKLING (e)
(Details on Tuesday at 8.30pm)
The last of three tales written and read by Alex Ferguson.
BBC Manchester (R)
(Details tomorrow at 1 1.00am)
with EUGENE FRASER
The stately words of the Commission of Oyer and Terminer, Assize and General Gaol Delivery were read. My Lords, one of whom was the mayor, retired. There was a mad rush for the door.
The last of six autobiographical talks by Charles Arnold-Baker .
Talking for Ages
Chairman Nick Ross
with Nigel Forde
That's how Fleet Street described BBC Local Radio when it first appeared in the 60s. Neil Walker and David Clayton take a celebratory dip into the archives of two decades. Producer IVAN HOWLETT BBC North East. Stereo
From the earliest days of Christianity, disciples of Jesus Christ have described themselves as 'followers of the Way'. John Newbury introduces the last of six talks for Lent, in which influential
Christians reflect on their own experience.
6: Archbishop Desmond Tutu Blessed Are the Meek
Producer STEPHEN OLIVER
with Fergus Keeling and Lionel Kelleway
A series of ten 'films for radio' 4: Second Sight
Presented by John Sergeant Producer JAMES LEATON GRAY
Words and music for Sunday As Lent draws to a close,
Canon Frank Wright concludes his exploration of the theme of goodness.
6: Goodness as Self-Sacrifice
The programme suggests that invisibility is an essential part of goodness. This invisibility is part of the continual Christian self-sacrifice; continual throughout life, not just at the time of death.
Readers ANN RYE and ALAN SYKES Producer JULIA BROSNAN BBC Manchester. Stereo