Producer DAVID BELLINGER BBC Pebble Mill. Stereo
by Jack Hywel-Davies including Bells on Sunday from St Columb's Cathedral, Londonderry. Stereo
7.00 Servants, Masters and the Enlightenment
7.20 Social Science and Common Sense
7.40 The Gospels as History
Les Cottington takes breakfast with Phil and Kate Gladwin , who run a pig and sheep enterprise in Essex.
Producer SUE SMITH . BBC Pebble Mill
with Clive Jacobs and Andrew Green
Producer AMANDA HANCOX Editor BEVERLEY MCAINSH FM joins at 8.00 including at 8.00 News
8.10 Sunday Papers
speaks, for the Week's Good Cause, about Salisbury
Cathedral's spire (England's tallest), its tower and the West Front, all needing urgent repair.
Donations to. Salisbury Spire Trust, [address removed]
from St Margaret's Episcopal Church, Glasgow
Preacher and celebrant THE REV NORMAN PARKES , assisted by THE REV KENNETH GIBSON
Readings: 1 Peter 4, w 7-11 (NEB); Matthew 25, w 14-30 (JB)
Hymns (HAM): 0 worship the Lord in the beauty of holiness! (77); When I survey the wondrous cross (108); Teach me, my God and King (337); 0 Jesus, I have promised (331)
Organist NIMMO DAVIDSON Conductor DAVID BAYNE
Agricultural story editor ANTHONY PARKIN
Directed and produced by LIZ RIGBEY BBC Pebble Mill
David Walker explores the wealth of reporting and opinion found in Britain's periodicals. Producer ELLIE UPDALE
Margaret Howard presents her selection of extracts from BBC radio and television programmes.
Sue Lawley's castaway this week is The Most Rev Trevor Huddleston.
Programme created by:
Presented by Gordon Clough Editor MARTIN COX
DR STEFAN BUCZACKI. FRED DOWNHAM and SUE PHILLIPS visit Drefach Velindre and District
Gardening Club in Dyfed Chairman CLAY JONES Producer DIANA STENSON BBC Manchester
by DAVID STAFFORD
For Karen , Esperanto lessons don't add the sparkle to their life that Philip had hoped for.
Original music and lyrics by DAVID STAFFORD , performed by him with STEPHEN WARBECK and MARK DOFFMAN
Directed by ANNETTE OGDEN. Stereo (R)
Keith Allan meets
David Denholm , senior keeper in the Grainger Market , Newcastle upon Tyne. Producer GILLIAN HUSH BBC Manchester (R)
(Details on Tuesday at 8. OOpm)
(Details on Tuesday at 8.30pm)
4.00 What's Your Game? Six programmes presented by WENDY LLOYD.
3: At Your Leisure What range of sports do leisure centres offer and what opportunities are available for the whole family to play together? (e)
4.30 Cancer Check The fourth of eight programmes with DR ALAN MARYON DAVIS (R) (e)
5.00 Up Before the Bench The last of a four-part series. LUDOVIC KENNEDY talks to the Lord Chancellor, LORD MACKAY OFCLASHFERN. ELIZABETH BURNEY. author of JP Magistrate, Court and Community, and DES SMITH, a magistrate from Sheffield, on the selection and training of magistrates. (e)
5.30 The Creating Eye In the fourth of six programmes corinne julius talks to graphic designer MARTIN LAMBIE-NAIRN (R) (e)
Dr Alan Maryon
Dilly Barlow , assisted by experts and the BBC Reference Library, attempts to answer your questions.
Producer CATHY DRYSDALE
Questions to: Enquire Within. BBC.
London W1A 1AA I
(Details tomorrow at 11.00am LW)
with DAVID SYMONDS
In a series of six programmes,
Jenni Mills talks to people who were famous for 15 minutes and discovers what happened afterwards.
1: Erika Roe, who in 1982 ran topless across the pitch at Twickenham.
Brian Gear with Valerie Grove and Lord Quinton
Zachary Taylor , author, composer and maker of medieval instruments, is currently constructing an organistrum - forerunner of the hurdy-gurdy. Later this year, he will join a group of players who will re-create the 24-strong orchestra depicted in the 800-year-old archway of the Portico de la Gloria in Santiago, Spain. Technical presentation PETER HARWOOD
Producer JOHN THEOCHARIS. Stereo (R)
'People think we're angelic with our white ruffs and surplices, but we can be devils like any other boys ... I like being a chorister because we're paid for recordings and we go on tour... It's a job like anything else and we do the best we can ... I feel our singing is making God happy.'
Choristers past and present talk about their experiences at choir school; their feelings about continuing a tradition that has been part of the cultural heritage for the past 400 years and the effect this early intensive musical training has on their later lives. Producer LUCY LUNT BBC Pebble Mill
Last programme in the series Christ and the Raven
On Wednesday the first
National Convocation of Native People in the Anglican Church of Canada opens in Saskatchewan. To mark this historic event Hope Sealy examines the religious experience of Canada's native Indian people. In particular she explores the ways in which native Christians are learning to reassert their unique spiritual heritage within the structures, practice and liturgy of the Anglican Church of Canada.
Producer BEVERLEY MCAINSH Editor DAVID COOMES
Fritz Spiegl continues the story of composers' romantic attachments. 'Haydn's wife' was the nickname unjustly given to Boccherini, while
Haydn's real wife was one in name only - and his mistress remained unattainable. Readers GARARD GREEN and ANNE JAMESON
Producer ANDREW MUSSETT Stereo (R)
Presented by Fergus Keeling and Jessica Holm
Fifty years ago, the first volume of Kilvert 's Diary was published - a vivid record of life in the Welsh Border countryside in the 1870s, as observed by the young curate of Clyro.
June Knox-Mawer travels through that same countryside, seeking an explanation for
Francis Kilvert 's continuing appeal.
Reader SIMON CUFF
Austin Mitchell, Labour MP and Julian Critchley , Tory MP. Their guests this week are Julia Langdon and Dr David Butler In the Chair Patrick Hannan Producer RICHARD THOMAS BBC Wales (R)
In the Habitation of Dragons
In the third of four programmes Denis Nowlan looks at the contemplative tradition of prayer through the life of St Teresa of Avila. Discouraged by her mediocrity and the compromise of religious life around her, Teresa set out to reform the Carmelite order and recapture the austerity and radicalism of desert life.
Producer AMANDA HANCOX. Stereo