reports from the Oxford
Farming Conference, where the principal speaker is the Minister of Agriculture. Producer ALLAN WRIGHT BBC Pebble Mill
Hope Sealy in conversation with a special guest about a prayer which has inspired their life and faith.
Presented by John Humphrys and Peter Hobday
7.00, 8.00 Today's News
With DAVID MERCER
7.30,8.30 News Summary
7.40*, 8.47* Today's Papers
7.45* In Perspective Editor PHILIP HARDING
Presented by Cliff Morgan.
The stage is set for Act 3 of the FA Cup. The giant-killers wait in the wings.
Plus a look behind the scenes at the rest of the weekend sporting action.
Producer GORDON TURNBULL
In this second New Zealand special, Bernard Falk lands on a glacier, shoots rapidly down white-water rivers, and talks to gold diggers.
Writer and traveller
Paul Theroux and his wife
Anne navigate their own way around Fjordland, finding exotic birds of flight out in the wilderness. Plus there are the dreaming spires of Christchurch to be visited.... New Zealand's South Island is explored. Producer CAROLINE DALY
For details of items in this week's programme, please send sae to:
Ned Sherrin , live studio guests, and regular and irregular contributions from the likes of Robert Elms, Craig Charles and Victoria Mather. Additional material from
STEVE PUNT and PETE SINCLAIR Producers LAN
GARDHOUSE JANE BERTHOUD and CHARLIE BUNCE
* VOICE OVER: page 95
For the Sake of a Ribboned Coat? Is there a national policy for sport, asks Andrew Rawnsley ? Producer JOHN FORSYTH
Producer HOWARD ROGERS
Presented by Louise Botting.
The latest news from the world of personal finance.
Producer FRANCES MACDONALD
(Details on Monday at 6.30pm) 0 YOUR WEEK: page 17
Jeffrey Archer , Ann Leslie , Peter Snape. MP and Claire Rayner
Chairman Jonathan Dimbleby
Your opportunity to call Jonathan Dimbleby with your views on the issues raised in this week's edition of Any Questions?
Producers JOHN HOLMES and NICK UTECHIN BBC Bristol
Lines openfrom 12.30pm
by TONY BILBOW based on the novel Girl, 20 by KINGSLEY AMIS . With and 'As you get older you'll find that absolutely straightdownthemiddle sex doesn't strike you in quite the way it did.'
Sir Roy's pursuit of something more stimulating wreaks havoc in his own and everyone else's life, in this comic observation of the late 1960s.
Directed by MATTHEW WALTERS Stereo
Sir Roy Vandervane:
The programme where the past speaks to the present.
Derek Wilson looks at the happenings of today in the light of the events of yesterday. Researcher FELICITY GOODALL Producers KATE WHITEHEAD and JOHN KNIGHT BBC Bristol
4.30 New Series The Roads to Munich Six programmes in which MICHAEL BARBER looks at British attitudes between the wars.
1: Never Again - the Legacy of 1914-18 Producer GORDON HUTCHINGS (e)
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5.00 Actors' Workshop With SHEILA HANCOCK. A six-part series in which Sheila and Guildhall students XANTHE GRESHAM and PETER WINGFIELD explore the craft of the actor. 1: Voice With CICELY BERRY of the RSC. Producer MERILYN HARRIS (R) (e)
5.30 New Series Paso doble Following Espana viva, a new ten-part course in Spanish. JEN SUTTON and MIGUEL PEÑARANDA guide you through interviews with just a few of the world's 320-million Spanish-speakers.
1: iQuien eres? A group of neighbours living in the heart of Madrid talk about themselves, and there's also a taste of the accent of Argentina. Written and produced by CAROL STANLEY (e) Book, £6.95; pack of two cassettes, £9.95, from booksellers.
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4.30pm L W Science Now Presented by Alun Lewis. What is happening in science? Producer JULIAN BROWN
5.00pm LW Family Footsteps Jackie Stewart is helping his son Paul to launch his career in the dangerous and exciting world of motor sport. In the first of six programmes Gerald Williams talks with sporting families about sporting influences.
5.25 -5.50pm LW Week Ending with Bill Wallis , David Tate and Sally Grace.
including Sports Round-Up
by CHRISTOPHER REASON.
Directed by DAVID HITCHINSON Series editor MARILYN IMRIE Stereo
with Robert Robinson. Music by Dillie Keane
Producer MICHAEL EMBER. Stereo
A trilogy by VICTOR PEMBERTON 1: The Trains Don't Stop Here Any More
A love story with Nerys Hughes Nigel Anthony , Wendy Richard and Sheila Grant. 1916-30
Letty is a determined young girl. When she marries Oliver against the wishes of her family, she is convinced that her love can help him overcome the disabilities of his war-wounds and restore his faith in himself and the world about him.
Pianist MARY NASH
Directed by JOHN TYDEMAN Stereo (R)
Beatrice, her mother:
William, her father:
Nicky, her younger brother:
Tom, her elder brother:
Violet, his sister:
with Richard Baker
Producer JANE BEVAN. Stereo
Led by Richard Harries. Stereo
Four Robb Wilton sketches by ALLEN SADDLER
Read by Michael Williams 1: The Telephone
Producer BRIAN MILLER BBC Bristol (R)
Excess Baggage by KEN BLAKESON. and Cyn, Dawn and Myra fight their own private battle against an institution which doesn't seem to care, tolerating loneliness, boredom and poverty to help their husbands 'get on'. Ken Blakeson 's blistering new drama
Directed by SUSAN HOGG
BBC Manchester. Stereo (R)
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