pays a second visit to Yorkshire, this time to talk to farmers in the Harrogate area and to attend the Great Yorkshire Show. Producer ALLAN WRIGHT BBC Pebble Mill
Hope Sealy in conversation with The Rt Rev John Sperry , Bishop of the Arctic.
Presented by Jennie Bond and David Lomax
7.00, 8.00 Today's News Read by PAULINE BUSHNELL
With CHARLES COLVILE
7.30,8.30 News Summary
7.40*, 8.47* Today's Papers
7.45 In Perspective
8.35* Yesterday in Parliament Editor PHILIP HARDING
The world's greatest golfers have been competing at the 117th Open Golf Championship at Royal Lytham and St Anne 's this week. Tony Adamson introduces the programme from the Lancashire links course, and goes behind the action to find out what makes this event so special.
Producer CHARLES RUNCIE
The holiday programme presented by Bernard Falk with travel expert Nigel Coombs Producer JENNY MALLINSON DUFF
A quiz about politics.
Team captains Austin Mitchell, Labour MP, and Julian Critchley , Tory MP, pit their political wits against each other. Their guests this week are Julia Langdon and Dr David Butler. In the Chair Patrick Hannan Producer RICHARD THOMAS BBC Wales
A reflected history in seven reels Reel 3: The Wonderful Life 'What is it you want, Mary, what do you want? You want the moon? Just say the word and I'll throw a lasso around it and pull it down. Hey! That's a pretty good idea - I'll give you the moon, Mary!' 'I'll take it!'
(from It's a Wonderful Life)
With opinions of Jeffrey Richards and Brian Sibley and the voices Of FRANK CAPRA
FREDERICK MARCH. RONALD
COLEMAN JAMES STEWART , CLAUDETTE COLBERT and JEAN ARTHUR With and Walt Whitman
Research and compilation by PAUL WELLS
Script and narration by CHRISTOPHER FRAYLING
Directed by JOHN POWELL. Stereo
Presented by Robin Oakley , Political Editor of the Times Producer EMILY BUCHANAN
Producer HOWARD ROGERS
Jeanine McMullen is back with the programme that is both a haven for country listeners and a breath of fresh air for city dwellers.
Artists, bodgers, patchworkers, farmers and gardeners all lean over the farm gate to share tales and experiences of life in rural Britain.
Producer MARY PRICE. BBC Bristol
(Re-broadcast on Monday at 10.00am) Free fact sheets on all ten programmes will be available at the end of the series. Send large sae to: [address removed]
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Barry Took is in the Chair.
Ian Hislop and Bill Tidy are this week's guests, while
Richard Ingrams and Alan Coren defend their usual corners.
Compiled by JOHN LANGDON and the producer HARRY THOMPSON
Louis Blom-Cooper qc
Lord Marsh and Jill Knight , mp
Dreams, dramas and decor, fashion, fads and fantasy - Sarah Dunant and guests decipher the symbols of modern living to discover that there is more to design and style than meets the eye.
Producer JANICE HADLOW
Favourites from recent years Anima by BRIAN MCCABE Read by Paul Nivison
Producer DAVID JACKSON YOUNG BBC Scotland (R)
It is the winter of 1815 and Harry Headlong, like all Welsh squires, is fond of shooting, hunting and drinking.
Escot, the deteriorationist:
Foster, the perfectibilian:
Jenkison, the statu-quo-ite:
Cranium, the craniologist:
Presented by Geoff Watts
What is happening in science? Producer PETER CROASDALE
4.30 Prefaces to Shakespeare The first of six programmes Love 's Labour's Lost A personal view by KENNETH BRANAGH , who played the King of Navarre with the RSC a few seasons ago. Producer DANIEL SNOWMAN (R) (e)
5.00 Cancer Check An eight-part series
3: 'When you tell people your cancer was on the skin, you can see them thinking - is she catching? I started to feel dirty!' Cathy had always been proud of her legs, until she found a mark on the back of her knee - a malignant melanoma. DR ALAN MARYON DAVIS explores the path to combating cancer. (e)
5.30 Get By in Italian A five-part beginners' course With ANNAMARLA GRECAS and GIANCARLO CICCONE 2: Shopping Around (R) (e)
Dr Alan Maryon
The first of four programmes Presented by Larry Harris. Michael Shea , as ex-Press
Secretary to HM The Queen, knows about newspapers - but not necessarily those from the day he was born. He scans the dailies for the events of 10 May 1938.
with Sally Grace ,
David Tate and Bill Wallis
with BRIAN PERKINS including Sports Round-Up
The French Connection by LEIGH JACKSON
Directed by MARILYN IMRIE. Stereo
Music by DILLIE KEANE Of Fascinating Aida
Producer MICHAEL EMBER. Stereo
Sister, Dear Sister by GEORGE BAKER with and Emily's life, shadowed by an attractive elder sister, would be thought by many to have been unhappy. But even at 78 years old, she's not going to give up, and still hopes to find a pattern underlying the events of her life.
Music composed and conducted by GRANT HOSSACK
Technical presentation by DAVID GREENWOOD , assisted by IAN HARKER and JOANNA DILKS Directed by JANE MORGAN. Stereo
(Re-broadcast on Monday at 3. OOpm)
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This week and next,
Jack Brymer presents a mid-evening miscellany of words and music. Producer JANE BEVAN Stereo
A reading, a hymn and a reflection led by Frank Topping Stereo
'The most important night of my life, as far as show business is concerned, took part in a working men's club.'
Like many entertainers
Tom Jones began his singing career in the clubs.
Glyn Worsnip celebrates the 125th anniversary of the Working Men's Club and Institute Union by doing the rounds.
Producer HARALD FUCHS BBC Pebble Mill
Reporting the Munich Crisis The last of three talks by Sir Geoffrey Cox recalling the events of 50 years ago when he was foreign correspondent in Austria and Czechoslovakia for the Daily Express. Peace in Our Time?
Sir Geoffrey remembers the flurry of diplomatic negotiation which eventually failed and led to German troops storming the Sudetenland. A matter of months later, Europe erupted into war.
Producer NICK UTECHIN
A series of 12 programmes.
Conceived in Sweden, born in 1946, the Light Programme's request show catered for the needs of women at home. With the help of archive material, Russell Davies and Maureen Lipman tell of those times.
6: Count Your Blessings - 1950 Compiled by RUSSELL DAVIES
Producer JONATHAN JAMES MOORE