Producer DAVID BELLINGER BBC Pebble Mill. Stereo
with Jack Hywel-Davies including Bells on Sunday from St Peter and St Paul , Griston, Norfolk. Stereo
7.00 The Threat to Sovereignty
7.20 Draughtsmen and Craftsmen
7.40 Arts Foundation Course: Sullivan
After a summer afloat,
Waterlines returns to its moorings. For the last programme in the current series Cliff Michelmore presents a round-up of events taking place in, on, or under the water and Dilly Barlow has the latest news stories.
Producer CAROLINE ELLIOT
with Clive Jacobs and Ted Harrison
As the Lambeth Conference draws to a close, Sunday reports from Canterbury on three weeks of controversial debate, and considers the future of the worldwide Anglican Communion.
Editors DAVID COOMES and BEVERLEY MCAINSH FMjoins at 8. 00 including at 8.00 News
8.10 Sunday Papers
talks, for the Week's Good Cause, about Huntington's Chorea, a devastating hereditary disease for which there is still no cure. Donations to: Combat, [address removed]
by Alistair Cooke
Parish Mass from
St Joseph 's Church, Malvern, Hereford and Worcester Celebrant and preacher THE REV ANTONY HAYNE. OSB
Music (Hymns Old and New
Revised): I am the bread of life (226): For you are my God (152); Please break this bread, Lord (446); Jesus, you are Lord (286) Readings (jb): I Kings 19, vv 4-8; Ephesians 4, v 30 to 5, v 2; John 6, vv 41-51
Organist ALAN SMITH BBC Pebble Mill
Agricultural story editor ANTHONY PARKIN
Produced and directed by LIZ RIGBEY
with Martin Wainwright Producer ELLIE UPDALE
Presented bv Margaret Howard Stereo
The Rev Ian Paisley , mp, mep talks with Sue Lawley.
Programme created bv ROY PLOMLEY Producer GILLIAN HUSH
Presented by Gordon Clough Editor MARTIN COX
Stereo (Details Wednesday 10.00am)
by JOHN CASSON with Derek Newark as Johnny and Robin Summers as Nick A security-van robbery goes wrong for Johnny.
Directed by PETER KING. Stereo (R)
The last of six programmes in which judges talk to Hugo Young.
Lord Templeman, one of the 11 Lords of Appeal in Ordinary. Producer ANNE SLOMAN (R)
(Details on Tuesday at KOOpm)
4.00 The Creating Eye In the fourth of six programmes CORINNE JULIUS talks to graphic designer MARTIN LAMBIE-NAIRN whose work is in evidence on television in commercials and the Channel 4 logo. (e)
4.30 The Angry Decade MICHAEL BARBER looks back in six programmes to writers and their backgrounds in the 1950s. 4: The Metropolis Bites Back (R) (e)
5.00 Not So Long Ago Series II Presented by GEOFFREY STERN 6: The Six-Day War (First broadcast on BBC World Service) (R) (e)
5.30 Euromagazine 11: Espanol (3) Barcelona, ciudad olimpica: la Villa Olimpica, y la mascota de los Juegos. Ciudad cultural: el grupo de teatro experimental La Fura dels Baus, y el grupo pop el Ultimo de la Fila. Presenta YOLANDA VÁZQUEZ Realization de MICK WEBB y CAROL STANLEY (e)
A life of the queen in seven parts with Narrator Robert Powell
With SEAN BARRETT. HELENA BRECK
DONALD DOUGLAS , GARARD GREEN
PAULINE LETTS. HILDA SCHRODER and BRIAN SOUTHWOOD 1: Girlhood
Compiled and written by RICHARD MULLEN and JAMES MUNSON Producers ALAN HAYDOCK andGILLIAN HUSH .Stereo (R)
(Details on Wednesday at 11.47am)
(Details tomorrow at 11.00am)
with PETER JEFFERSON
with Chris Dunkley
Brian Gear with Frances Donnelly and Joseph Hone
by ERIC PRINGLE
4: Jiffy and Burco are still on the run.
with Marjorie Lofthouse 5: R.A. Mackay
Losing a contract worth
E200,000 could have been a mortal blow to printer
Ronnie Mackay. Instead he seized the moment to introduce to Britain a new and revolutionary printing technique.
Producers LUCY LUNT and ROSIE GREENHAM. BBC Pebble Mill
A dramatised feature by RIB DAVIES
In 1888, Charles Thompson Ritchie challenged sham democracy and made a stand for the man in the street.
He was an early exponent of 'power to the people', yet the public remained remarkably ignorant of his crusading efforts.
On the 100th anniversary of the County Councils Act, Ritchie's Law takes a look at the personality behind the politics.
Other parts played by PETER CRAZE Producer LORRI DOVE. BBC Pebble Mill
Charles Thompson Ritchie:
The people of Castle Carrock in Cumbria give David Bean a picture of life in their village. 2: The Weary and the Duke Producer GILLIAN hush BBC Manchester (R)
Fergus Keeling and Jessica Holm hear how the calls of killer whales could be used to save otters from an oil spill.
The life and work of the Russian actor, director and co-founder of the Moscow Art Theatre.
Written by CHRISTOPHER VENNING and TERESA COLLARD
Presented by Peter Barkworth with Bernard Brown as Stanislavsky
'He loved the theatre obsessively, but he had little talent as a performer. Had he been a natural 'instinctive' actor, he might not have ' written thousands of words. or produced the most comprehensive 'grammar of dramatic art'- and the theatre would have been immeasurably poorer.'
Readers BARBARA ATKINSON
NORMAN BIRD. ALAN DUDLEY
POLLY JAMES. IAN THOMPSON
MICHAEL TUDOR BARNES. and the voice Of EDWARD GORDON CRAIG
Producer JOHN THEOCHARIS. Stereo
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Five programmes in which
Jeremy Siepmarin recounts the adventures and reflections of musicians abroad. 1: Pablo Casals with
Producer RAY ABBOTT (R)
The first of four meditations in which The Rev Graham Corneck. film critic and writer. reflects on how the cinema can bring stories which illuminate faith. Producer RONALD FARROW
The office of Compline. Stereo