Producer DAVID BELLINGER BBC Pebble Mill. Stereo
with Jack Hywel-Davles including Bells on Sunday from Christ Church, Port Sunlight, Wirral. Stereo
7.00 Policy-Making in Education
7.20 Culture and Change
7.40 Shakespeare's Languages
Has the sudden rise in the popularity of deer farming flooded the market or is there still a demand for breeding stock and venison?
Les Cottington finds out when he takes breakfast with Peter Gray , manager of the JCB Deer Herd and current chairman of the British Deer Farmers' Association.
Producer SUE SMITH . BBC Pebble Mill
with Ted Harrison and Kati Whitaker
Producer ANDREW GREEN Editor BEVERLEY MCAINSH BBC Manchester FMjoinsatS.00 including at 8.00 News
speaks, for the Week's Good Cause, about the Piccadilly
Advice Centre in Soho for young homeless people new to London.
Donations to: Piccadilly Advice Centre [address removed]
by Alistair Cooke
Parish Mass from the Church of Our Lady of the Assumption, Stainforth, near Doncaster Celebrant and preacher THE REV JOSEPH LONG
Hymns (Hymns Old and New): All people that on earth do dwell; In bread we bring you; This then is my prayer;
Now thank we all our God
Readings (JB): Wisdom 2, v 12. w 17-20; James 3, v 16 to 4, v 3; Mark 9, vv 30-37; Psalm 53 Organist VERNON HOYLE
Musical director GEOFF HANBY BBC North East. Stereo
Agricultural story editor ANTHONY PARKIN
Directed by ADRIAN MOURBY Producer LIZ RIGBEY BBC Pebble Mill
with David Walker Producer ELLIE UPDALE
Presented by Margaret Howard
Novelist Salman Rushdie talks to Sue Lawley
Programme created by ROY PLOMLEY Producer OLIVIA SELIGMAN
Presented by Gordon Clough Editor MARTIN COX
(Details on Wednesday at 10.00am)
or Concerning Certain Regularities in the Development of Political
Phenomena by CARLOS CERDA translated by MARGARET ETALL with and Garces discovers the devastating physical change that some of the citizens are going through in Calanda.
Directed by JEREMY MORTIMER Stereo (R)
The second of six programmes Keith Allan meets
George Smith , the stage-door keeper at the King's Theatre, Edinburgh. Producer GILLIAN HUSH BBC Manchester (R)
(Details on Tuesday at 8.00pm)
4.00 What's Your Game? Presented bv WENDY LLOYD 2: The Playing Fields Traditionally only major team games have been widely available in schools. Are they suitable for all children? What opportunities are there to play other games, and what is the link between physical education, general fitness, and sporting activity at school? (e)
4.30 Cancer Check DR ALAN MARYON DAVIS explores the successful path to combating cancer. (R) (e)
5.00 Up Before the Bench A four-part series presented by LUDOVIC KENNEDY.
3: Is a family court a viable alternative to the present system? (e)
5.30 The Creating Eye In the third of six programmes CORINNE JULIUS talks to the painter RICHARD HAMILTON. (R) (e)
Dr Alan Maryon
A life of the queen in seven programmes, with Narrator Robert Powell 7: Sunset Years
With SANDRA CLARK.
DONALD DOUGLAS. GARARD GREEN .
PAULINE LETTS. SHAUN PRENDERGAST and BRIAN SOUTHWOOD Compiled and written by RICHARD MULLEN and JAMES MUNSON Producers ALAN HAYDOCK and GILLIAN HUSH (R)
Whatever your query. Dilly Barlow , with the help of the experts and the BBC Reference Library, attempts to find the answer.
Producer CATHY DRYSDALE
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with BRYAN MARTIN
with Chris Dunkley
Brian Gear with Tim Heald and Minette Marrin
In South Korea, ancient culture rubs up against the modern and the arts have become part of the current political debate. For the government, culture means one thing, for the students it means quite another. As the Olympics get under way, Christopher Cook reports.
Producer SIMON BROUGHTON (R)
Roger Rees and Virginia McKenna present an impression, in poetry and prose, of a relationship fraught with joy and mingled with the sorrows of growing up and growing old.
Music specially composed by IAIN KENDELL
EMMA JOHNSON (clarinet), PAUL CHALKLIN (percussion), THE COMPOSER (keyboards), ANN STANFORD (mezzo-soprano)
BBC Bristol (Stereo)
Music specially composed by:
Frontiers of Faith
The contrasting worlds of science and faith are united by the Society of Ordained Scientists, whose members ponder the embryo or the ecosystem and confront questions from quarks and quasars to the meaning of life. Trevor Barnes reports on the clergy committed to boldly go where none have gone before. Producer NORMAN WINTER Editor DAVID COOMES BBC Manchester
Fritz Spiegl tells of Bruckner's quest for a teenage bride. Reader GARARD GREEN
Producer ANDREW MUSSETT Stereo (R)
Presented by Fergus Keeling and Jessica Holm
Does science make a difference to athletes' performance? Geoff Watts finds out.
Team captains Austin Mitchell, Labour MP, and Julian Critchley , Tory MP.
Guests Anthony Howard and Charles Kennedy , mp.
In the Chair Patrick Hannan Producer RICHARD THOMAS BBC Wales (R)
In the Habitation of Dragons Denis Nowlan explores the tradition of prayer through the life of Julian of Norwich, an anchoress cut off from the world yet acutely aware of its suffering and beauty.
Producer AMANDA HANCOX. Stereo