Producer DAVID BELLINGER
BBC Pebble Mill. Stereo
with Jack Hywel-Davies .
Including Bells on Sunday from St Peter 's, Pebworth, Warwickshire. Stereo
Ploughing a field in 1947 put Essex farmer Harold Cooper in the history books.
Claire Powell finds out more.
Producer SUE SMITH. BBC Pebble Mill
with Clive Jacobs and Andrew Green.
Producer CHRISTINE MORGAN Editor DAVID COOMES including at 8.00 News
talks, for the Week's Good Cause, about finding new families for children in need.
Donations to: Independent Adoption Service, [address removed]
by Alistair Cooke
from St Catherine's Church, Criccieth, Gwynedd.
Led by THE VEN BARRY MORGAN, Archdeacon of Meirioneth.
Hymns: Brightest and best of the sons of the morning; 0 worship the Lordin the beauty of holiness; 'Glory to God!' all heav'n with joy is ringing Readings: I Peter 2. w 1-10; Psalm 118, w 19-24; Luke 2, w 41-52
Organist ADRIAN JONES
BBC Pebble Mill
Agricultural Story Editor:
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A review of the periodicals by Martin Wainwright. Producer SALLIE DAVIES
Presented by Margaret Howard Stereo
Twiggy discusses her life and work with Sue Lawley.
Programme created by ROY PLOMLEY Producer OLIVIA SEUGMAN. Stereo
Presented by Gordon Clough Editor MARTIN cox
(Detailson Wednesday at 10.00am)
by E.F. BENSON , dramatised and narrated in three episodes by Aubrey Woods. With and 2: A Most Salubrious Seaside Resort
Music by JOHN OWEN EDWARDS
Directed by IAN COTTERELL. Stereo (R)
Lady Eva Lowndes:
(Detailson Wednesday at 7.45pm)
4.00 New Series Steps to War Four programmes in which PROF JAMES JOLL recalls Hitler's aims for German domination.
1: January 1933: Hitler in Power Producer GORDON HUTCHINGS (e)
4.30 New Series Sport in Question TOM MCNAB talks tO BOBBY ROBSON. manager of the England football team, and DAVID WHITTAKER , coach of the Great Britain men's hockey team. Series producer FRANK WARWICK (e)
5.00 Deutsch direkt! 10: Zum Wohl ! With SABINE MICHAEL. PETER SAHLA Script by MARGARET WIGHTMAN and IRIS SPRANKLING (R) (e)
5.30 France Extra!
10: Du cote desfemmes With JULIETTE MOLE, JEAN.MICHEL DUFFRENE and CHANTAL CUER. Script by ELSPETH BROADY (R) (e)
A series of nine documentaries from the BBC Sound Archives. 1:Steel
Described as 'an industrial symphony' by its writer D.G. Bridson, this extraordinary evocation of a Sheffield steel works was greeted as an imaginative breakthrough after its first broadcast in 1937. Music by DESMOND MACMAHON Producer FEUX FELTON
Presented by Dilly Barlow , joined by Stanley Ellis , linguist and dialect expert. Producer CATHY DRYSDALE
Questions to: Enquire Within, BBC. London W1A 1AA
(Details tomorrow at U.OOamLW)
A monthly celebration of the festival and feast days once celebrated in Britain.
Marjorie Lofthouse visits writer Julia Jones at home to discover the various festivals, traditions, old recipes and folklore of January.
Producer SARAH ROWLANDS BBC Pebble Mill
by JEAN PIERRE DE ROHAN.
Barry Paine tells the story of how Pulpit the bison left his forest home and went walkabout, causing chaos wherever he went.
Readings by DAVID GOUDGE and MEUNDA WALKER.
Original research WIESLAW LASOCKI Producer MILES BARTON BBC Bristol. Stereo (R)
Hugo Young creates a forum for three leading figures to generate a new perspective on an issue. Producer ANNE SLOMAN
A series of four stories. 3: Viva by MARCIA KAHAN with Directed by CHERRY COOKSON
Nigel Forde talks with Richard Ingrams and Prof John Honey.
The second of six programmes. Act of God
From the plagues of Egypt through the destruction of Pompei to the devastation of AIDS - tragedy and disaster have been seen as God's punishment on his wayward creation. Libby Purves asks if there's a case to answer. Producer CLARE JAQUISS
Editor DAVID COOMES
Five programmes about new religious movements.
1: Nicheren Shoshu and the Richmond Buddhists
Professor Keith Ward meets leaders, devotees and critics of some of the 450 new religions that have sprung up in Britain since the Second World War. He finds out what makes them so popular, and so popular now. Wntten by PROF KEITH WARD Producer KAREN MONGER Editor DAVID COOMES
with Fergus Keeling and Jessica Holm.
David Wheeler tells the story of one of the most successful impresarios of this century, Sir Rudolf Bing.
The labyrinth of the Chislehurst Caves - mines excavated thousands of years ago - became the nightly home of some 15,000 people during the Second World War. Five cave children revisit their dark childhood haunt.
Owner of the caves:
Mozart - A Symphony of the Spirit
1: Allegro con brio - the Prodigy Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart's genius took him all over Europe from an early age. His gift astonished the adult world and in some quarters he was regarded as something of a fairground freak. Peter MuUen reflects on the effects of fame on the young Mozart and tells the story of the child prodigy, whose sublime music has given many an experience of heaven on earth.
Producer CLAIR JAQUISS BBC Manchester. Stereo