Producer DAVID BELUNGER BBC Pebble MilL Stereo
with Jack Hywel-Da vies including Bells on Sunday from St James's Church, Chipping Camden,
Hips haws and honeysuckle berries enliven the hedgerows. On the ground toadstools appear as if by magic and acorns rain from above - all to ensure future generations of their kind. David Streeter and Peter France sample the fruits of autumn.
Producer JOHN HARRISON BBCBristol
with Clive Jacobs and Andrew Green Producer JUU WILLS
Editor BEVERLEY MCAINSH including at 8.00 News
8.10 Sunday Papers
speaks, for the Week's Good Cause, about a national organisation concerned with education to promote racial justice.
Donations to: Runnymede Trust
by Alistair Cooke
for the First Sunday in Advent direct from
St George's Chapel, Windsor The Coming of Christ the Saviour
A special service devised in conjunction with the Worldwide Fund for Nature (UK) Address by HRH The Duke of Edinburgh
Hark! A herald voice is calling; From all that dwells below the skies;
Creator of the starry height;
Of the Father's heart begotten Readings: Isaiah 48, vv 12-13; Revelation 21, w 5-6; Colossians 1, w 15-17; John I, vv 1-18
CHOIR OF ST GEORGE 'S. WINDSOR Master of Choristers
CHRISTOPHER ROBINSON Organist ROGER JUDD 0 HEAR THIS! page 28
Agricultural story editor ANTHONY PARKIN
Directed and produced by ADRIAN MOURBY BBC Pebble Mill
Phillip Bergson looks at the magazines and periodicals currently on sale.
Producer ELLIE UPDALE
Margaret Howard presents her selection of extracts from BBC radio and television over the past seven days.
This week's castaway is renowned for a variety of roles - actor, writer, wit and raconteur. He is Stephen Fry , and he talks to Sue Lawley about his life and work, and chooses eight gramophone records to accompany him to the island.
Programme created by ROY PLOMLEY Producer OLIVIA SEUGMAN Stereo
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Presented by Gordon Clough Editor MARTIN COX
(Details on Wednesday at 10.00am)
A season of six plays by leading playwrights broadcast both on Radio 4 and on the BBC World Service.
5: The Thought of Lydia by FREDERIC RAPHAEL
'Each man has his destiny. The grander the destiny, the smaller the choice.' An old tale of friendship, love and murder, set in a country in ancient Asia Minor where gold is the most dangerous weapon of all.
Music composed by ILONA SEKACZ
JOHN MARSON (harp)
GREG KNOWLES (percussion)
SIMON CHAMBERLAIN (synthesiser)
MIKE TAYLOR and ANDREW FINDON (flutes)
Directed by WALTER ACOSTA
(Radio 4/ World Service production) Stereo
Music composed by:
Mike Taylor, Andrew
(Details on Thursday at 7.30pm)
(Details on Tuesday at 8. 00pm)
4.00 Education Matters With SUSAN MARLING (e)
4.30 Room to Listen, Room to Talk A six-part beginners' guide With DR TONY LAKE
5: A Risky Business (R) (e)
5.00 Deutsch direkt! Twenty radio programmes 7: Zweimal Bonn, bitte With SABINE MICHAEL , PETER SAHLA Script by MARGARET WIGHTMAN and IRIS SPRANKUNG (R) (e)
5.30 France Extra! A 15-part series
6: Quand le choix est difficile With JULIETTE MOLE, JEAN-MICHEL DUFFRENE and CHANTAL CUER Script by ELSPETH BROADY (R) (e)
'A sensible and well-mannered boy. I hope he does well in industry.'
Robert Booth takes Geoffrey Boycott back to the Senior
Mistress's room at Hemsworth Grammar School for a quiet word about his school reports.
> Producer NIGEL ACHESON
(Details tomorrow at 11. 00am L W)
with JENNY LANE
Chris Dunkley of the Financial Times airs your comments on BBC programmes and policy.
Creepy Songs and Funny Fudge Richard Briers and P.J.
(Jenny Luckraft ) prepare a very special recipe.
Plus ENID BLYTON 's The Castle of Adventure, adapted by CHRIS curry ; another appearance by Robin Gunn (Jonathan Kydd ); The Giants' Olympics by SHAUN TRAYNOR ; and, with the help of Julie First , an opportunity for the audience to take part. Storyline by NEIL SHENTON Taking part: NORMAN BIRD
LOUISE CANN. RUSSELL DIXON
CORRIN HELLIWELL. CLIFF HOWELLS
LUCY JAMES. JONATHAN KYDD
CAMILLA POWER. CHRISTOPHER PRICE
JOANNA MACKIE. CHRISTOPHER SCOTT and MICHAEL TUDOR BARNES Researcher LIS ROBERTS
Producer CAROLINE SMITH BBC Manchester. Stereo
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Edward Mortimer creates a forum for three leading figures to generate a new perspective on a current issue.
Producer EMILY BUCHANAN
Stereo (Details Wednesday 12.25pm)
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Nigel Forde talks to Helen Flint and David Cook about their works, and looks at the fiction of Richard Parsons.
Stereo (Details on Friday at 4. 05pm)
The last of six programmes with Daniel Snowman.
Professor Sol Encel considers the omnipresence - and obsolescence - of British social and political models. (R) revised
Fergus Keeling sees brightly coloured hummingbirds and the last remaining Pasochoan palm in the Ecuadorean Andes.
A series of three programmes 2: Desert and Bush
Tales from Palestine, Kenya,
Dhofar and Oman are presented by Maj Gen Sir Jeremy Moore Compiled by CHARLES ALLEN
Presented by Viv Robins Producer JAMES LEATON GRAY
1: 'Lord, I Am Tired'
On the First Sunday in Advent, at the close of a year of personal grief, Stanley Brinkman shares an encounter through scripture with the living God. Reader ALAN SYKES
Producer NORMAN WINTER BBC Manchester. Stereo