Marjorie Lofthouse presents a selection of music to celebrate St George 's Day.
Producer JANE WARD
BBC Pebble Mill. Stereo
with Jack Hywel-Davies , including Bells on Sunday from St Bartholomew's Church, Greens Norton, near Towcester,
7.00 Gibbon's Attack on Christianity
7.20 Class and Citizenship
7.40 Technology and Science
7.10am Sunday Papers
The Living World
(Details as Saturday 4. OOpm)
7.40 am Sunday LWonly 7.40-8.00 with Clive Jacobs and Andrew Green.
Producer CHRISTINE MORGAN Editor DAVID COOMES including at
speaks, for the Week's Good Cause, on behalf of an organisation which aims to help people whose sight is substantially impaired to be as independent as possible.
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WIN 6AA or ring [number removed]with your credit card details.
by Alistair Cooke
from Elim Pentecostal Church, Bognor Regis for Bognor Bible Week. Preacher
THE REV WYNNE LEWIS Worship led by ELDIN CORSIE
Reading: Philippians 2, wl-11
Hymns: Jesus we enthrone you; All hail the power of Jesu's name; May the fragrance of Jesus; We declare your majesty; You laid aside your majesty; And can it be
Musical director ANDRE COWDREY BBC Bristol
Agricultural story editor ANTHONY PARKIN
Directed and produced by JOHN SCOTNEY BBC Pebble Mill
with Robert Kilroy-Silk Producer ANNE HINDS BBC Pebble Mill
This week's castaway is biologist and conservationist Miriam Rothschild , who talks to Sue Lawley about her lifelong work on fleas, butterflies and worms. Programme created by ROY PLOMLEY
Producer OLIVIA SEUGMAN Stereo
Presenter Gordon Clough Editor MARTIN cox
This week the team visits County Durham, where members of the Newton Aycliffe Gardens Guild put their queries to
Dr Stefan Buczacki , Fred Downham and Tom Leigh. Chairman Clay Jones Producer DIANA STENSON BBC Manchester
Winner of the 1987 Sony Radio Award for
Best Drama Production. Adapted by PETER KING from the novel by BEN TRAVERS .
When a middle-aged, rather stodgy businessman marries a bright young thing half his age, the last thing he should do is neglect her.... If he does, he risks mischief in his marriage.
Music composed and played by ED WELCH
(piano), with RON ASPERY. Directed by PETER KING Stereo (R)
on FM on/y
4.00 Community Matters previews the action taking place during Environment Week.
4.30 Inside Science First of ten programmes in which PAUL HEINEY investigates the science behind the headlines. Nuclear Power Programme consultant PROFESSOR TONY GODDARD Series producer JOHN ALLEN (R)
5.00 Paso doble A ten-part series with JEN SUTTON and MIGUEL PENARANDA . 4: iTegustaria? Written by CAROL STANLEY (R)
5.30 Get By in Greek A five-part course with CHRISTINA COUCOUNARA and YORGOS YANNOULOPOULOS. 3: Booking a Hotel Room (R)
The last of seven true stories of travel and adventure, compiled and written by JULIA KEAY.
Never Send a Son to India, My Dear
The story of Emily Eden , with Sarah Badel as Emily Eden.
Narrator Richard Pasco Producer JOHN POWELL (R)
The children's book programme with Penelope Lively.
Sue Margolis explores the changing image of mothers in children's literature.
Cliff Michelmore and Jean Metcalfe invite you to share their love of Newtown Creek and to join them at Osborne House on the Isle of Wight, an island which they regard as home. Producer ANTHONY SMITH BBC Bristol
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Six intimate revelations in which Phil Smith wrestles with the trauma of becoming a father. 3: No Stomach for It BBC Manchester (R)
Chris Dunkley , of The
Financial Times, airs your comments on BBC programmes and policy.
Introduced by Julie First and Adrian Moorhouse.
Taking part: KELLY BRIGHT, NIGEL CARRINGTON , MICHAEL GRAHAM COX,
RUSSELL DIXON. DONALD GEE. JOHN HASLER. LESLEY KAUFMAN. JO KENDALL. MARCIA KING.
DAPHNE OXENFORD ,
JUDY PARKIN , HENRY POWER. RICHARD TATE and PETER WHEELER.
Researcher US ROBERTS
Producer MARY KALEMKERIAN BBC Manchester
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goes out into the villages, towns and cities of Britain to report on key issues from the perspective of the men and women most affected by them.
Presenter John Thirlwell Producer JAMES LEATON GRAY
In the second of three special programmes,
Allan Wright introduces some of the country characters he met last year as he toured rural Britain. Produced by the FARMING UNIT
BBC Pebble Mill
Leon Uris talks with Nigel Forde about his latest book Mitla Pass.
The Hold of the Old Many argue that the language of the Church is hopelessly out of date and cannot communicate meaningfully to modern society. Is this really so? Or does the Church, in its struggle to make itself contemporary, run the risk of alienating the faithful? Andrew Green investigates.
Producer and series editor DAVID COOMES
The last of four talks in which Sir John Gielgud recalls some colourful personalities.
Producer JOHN KNIGHT BBC Bristol
with Jessica Holm and Fergus Keeling.
What effect has the mild winter had on the British countryside?
Martin Muncaster has been investigating.
Presented by Viv Robins
Producer SALLIE DAVIES
The Single Eye
The first of three programmes. From the viewpoint of a single woman, Susan Gabriel Talbot reflects on the experience of those who live without a partner. Producer ROGER HUTCHINGS BBC Pebble Mill