Marjorie Lofthouse presents a selection of music to herald the spring.
Producer JANE WARD
BBC Pebble Mill. Stereo
with Jack Hywel-Davies . including Bells on Sunday from the Church of St Sepulchre, Holborn Viaduct, London. Stereo
7.00 18th-Century Political Prints
7 20 Social Science: Acts of God?
7.40 Living with Technology - A Foundation Course
Claire Powell takes breakfast with one-time city boy
David Roston and his wife Doris, who now farm 150 acres in Cheshire. Producer SUE SMITH. BBC Pebble Mill
with Clive Jacobs and Trevor Barnes.
Producer NORMAN WINTER Editor DAVID COOMES BBC Manchester FM joins at 8.00 including at 8.00 News
talks, for the Week's 's Good Cause, about help being given to deaf people in developing countries.
This includes counselling, research into deafness, preventative measures, teacher training and provision of aids.
0 DONATIONS to:
Commonwealth Society for the Deaf, [address removed]
by Alistair Cooke
for Palm Sunday from St Margaret's Church, Westminster Abbey.
A service of Mattins following the order of the 1549 Prayer
Book in commemoration of the 500th anniversary of the birth of Thomas Cranmer , conducted by the Rector, CANON DONALD GRAY. Psalm 96
Responses (William Smith ) Te Deum (Byrd)
Hymns: Ride on, ride on in majesty; When I survey the wondrous cross
Anthem: Hosanna to the son of David (Weelkes)
Readings: Zechariah 9, w 9-12; Matthew 21, w 1-11 Readers
THE RT HON BERNARD WEATHERILL , Speaker of the House of Commons;
EMMA NICHOLSON , MP.
Organist THOMAS trotter Director of Music
Agricultural story editor ANTHONY PARKIN
Directed and produced by JOHN SCOTNEY. BBC Pebble Mill
Presented by Anne Karpf Producer SALUE DAVIES
with Margaret Howard
Another chance to hear the actress Athene Seyler , who will be 100 years old this year, in conversation with Sue Lawley. She looks back on her long and eventful life in the theatre, and looks forward to her adventure on the island.
Programme created by ROY PLOMLEY Producer OLIVIA SELIGMAN. Stereo (R)
Presented by Gordon Clough Editor MARTIN COX
(Details on Wednesday at 10.00am)
by ANTHONY TROLLOPE , dramatised in eight parts by DAVID SPENSER. Episode 7
Narrator ALAN DUDLEY
Directed by GRAHAM GAULD Stereo (R)
(Details on Thursday at 8.45pm)
Seven true stories of travel and adventure, compiled and written by JULIA KEAY. 2: Notions of Liberty
The story of Anna Leonowens and the King of Siam.
With Sian Phillips as Anna and Garard Green as the King of Siam.
Narrator John Franklyn-Robbins . Producer JOHN POWELL (R)
4.00 Education Matters With SUSAN MARLING. Researcher PHILIPPA GOODRICH Producer MERILYN HARRIS (e)
4.30 Up Before the Bench A four-part series presented by LUDOVIC KENNEDY. 3: Family Court (R) (e)
5.00Deutschdirekt! Last of 20 radio programmes. Salzburg - ein letzter Besuch With SABINE MICHAEL. PETER SAHLA Script by MARGARET WIGHTMAN Series producer IRIS SPRANKLING (R) (e)
5.30 Get By in Chinese An introduction in six parts. 5: In the Xian Guesthouse Presented by LIU YUAN and PAUL CROOK (R) (e)
(Details on Good Friday at 11.47am)
(Details tomorrow at 11.00am)
Four peregrinations around Wales by Ray Gosling. 2: From Pant- Y-Hose to Llantisiliogogodancer
Last of the present series. Julie First and Adrian Moorhouse introduce this week's birthday guest,
Phillip Schofield ; Paul Copley reads Stanley Bagshaw and the 14-Foot Wheel by BOB WILSON ; plus NOEL STREATFEILD 'S When the Siren Wailed, dramatised by RICHARD PINNER. 10: Coming Together, narrated by Wendy Richard.
Researcher LIS ROBERTS
Producer MARY KALEMKERIAN BBC Manchester. Stereo
'I believe all but essential dogs should be banned from the city, so that dogs and people can stop driving each other crazy, and become best friends once more.' Miles Kington turns his attention to this absorbing issue for the third of six opinion documentaries.
Producer ANNA PARKINSON
A series of 13 plays.
10: Survival by JOHN WYNDHAM Stereo (Details Wednesday 6.30pm)
Nigel Forde talks with Stephen Gill.
by J.D. DOUGLAS
Three wise men confront each other at a political meeting.
Which philosophy should guide African-British people today? Civil disobedience? Violence? Back to Africa?
Producer LOUISE PURSLOW. Stereo (Adapted from the musical
'Black Heroes in the Hall of Fame (Also see 'After DreadandAnger', Tuesday 8.30pn)
Martin Luther King:
Falling into Grace
The last of six meditations for
Lent with The Rev James Jones. Stereo
with Fergus Keeling and Jessica Holm.
Second of two programmes.
When Bishop Lesslie Newbigin returned to Britain after 40 years as a missionary in India, he found that home thoughts on foreign missions had turned sour. Through conversations with leaders of the thriving churches of Asia and Africa,
Bishop Newbigin argues that a church that has lost its faith in missions has lost its faith. Keeping Faith
Is it wrong to convert others to one's own faith?
Researcher MICHAEL ROBERTS Producer IWAN RUSSELL JONES BBC Wales Stereo
Presented by Viv Robins Producer JAMES LEATON GRAY
Words and music for Palm Sunday.
Our God Is Still Too Small
Last of six programmes for Lent. Humble God
John Young continues to relate the themes of Lent to today's world. He rejects a tame, controllable Christ and concludes that God takes sides. Readers ALAN SYKES and GLENYS MILES .
Producer NORMAN WINTER BBC Manchester. Stereo