with Marjorie Lofthouse Producer JANE WARD
BBC Pebble Mill. Stereo
with Jack Hywel-Davies , including Bells on Sunday from St John the Baptist Church.
Holcombe Burnell , Devon. Stereo
7.00 The Enlightenment: The Geneva Episode
7.20 Social Sciences: Grapevine
7.40 Algebra on the Computer
(Details as Saturday 4.00pm)
7.40-8.00 with Trevor Barnes and Kati Whitaker.
Producer AMANDA HANCOX Editor BEVERLEY MCAINSH including at
speaks, for the Week's
Good Cause, on behalf of an organisation concerned with every aspect of children's welfare.
< DONATIONS: The National Children's Bureau, [address removed] or ring [number removed]with your credit card details.
by Alistair Cooke
Presbyterian Church, Belfast.
Conducted by THE REV DAVID LAPSLEY. Readings: Psalm 47 (AV); Luke 9, vv 23-7 (NIV); Colossians 3, vv 1-2, 12-14 (NIV)
Hymns (CH 3): Look, ye saints! (289); Jesus,
Master, whose I am (431); Thou art before me (68); Praise the Lord (359)
Anthems: I will praise thee, 0 God, with my whole heart; Kyrie eleison Organist and choirmaster GARY RODWAY
BBC Northern Ireland
Agricultural story editor ANTHONY PARKIN
Directed by NIALL FRASER Producer JOHN SCOTNEY BBC Pebble Mill
with Robert Kilroy-Silk Producer ANNE HINDS BBC Pebble Mill
with Margaret Howard
The castaway this week is comedian Lenny Henry. He talks to Sue Lawley. Programme created by ROY PLOMLEY
Producer OLIVIA SELIGMAN
0 See Woddis, right
Presenter Gordon dough Editor MARTIN cox
visits North Yorkshire, where members of the Northallerton and District Horticultural
Society put their queries to Dr Stefan Buczacki Fred Downham and Tom Leigh.
Chairman Clay Jones Producer DIANA STENSON BBC Manchester
A farce by ARTHUR WING PINERO.
A Dean, who is a paragon of dignity and decorum, is driven by an indiscreet act into a most undignified dilemma.
Directed by JOHN TYDEMAN Stereo (R)
Sir Tristram Mardon:
4.00 Community Matters Eight programmes on new approaches to community action.
6: A Home from Home David Hobman visits Martin House, a new hospice for children.
4.30 Inside Science Ten programmes in which Paul Heiney finds how science can create new life. 3: Test- Tube Babies Programme consultant DR VIRGINIA BOLTON (R)
5.00 Paso doble A ten-part series. Understanding and speaking Spanish, with Jen Sutton and Miguel Penaranda. 6: i Que hacias? Written by CAROL STANLEY (R)
5.30 Get By in Greek Eating Out The last of a five-part course with Christina Coucounara and Yorgos Yannoulopoulos. Course writer DAVID HARDY Series producer CHRISTOPHER STONE (R)
Tony Wilkinson brings back the local news. 2: The Cornishman Written by TONY WILKINSON
Producer JULIAN HALE (R)
by LEO ROSTEN , abridged in six parts by NEVILLE TELLER.
Read by Kerry Shale (2) Producer PAMELA HOWE BBC Bristol (R)
with Penelope Lively. Tessa Shaw goes shopping for books with Jennifer Taylor.
London SW13, more poetically known as Barnes Village, was birthplace to one
John Carey , now Merton Professor of English at Oxford. During his childhood its many historical buildings were threatened by the Blitz - now road and residential developments stalk the leafy lanes of this Thameside village.
Producer KATE WHITEHEAD BBC Bristol
Six intimate revelations in which Phil Smith wrestles with the trauma of becoming a father for the first time.
5: The Twilight Zone BBC Manchester (R)
with Chris Dunkley
Introduced by Julie First and Adrian Moorhouse. On this week's birthday slot are Cosgrove Hall , creators of Count Duckula and Danger Mouse; be a radio super sleuth with Kitty Purwell and Dick Dogsbody in Philately Will Get You Nowhere with Elizabeth Estensen and Timothy Spall , script by LEE PRESSMAN . PIUS E. NESBIT'S
The House of Arden, dramatised by CHRIS CURRY 3: Smugglers and Shipwrecks with Penelope Keith as Edith Nesbit.
Researcher LIS ROBERTS
Producer MARY KALEMKERIAN BBC Manchester. Stereo
Presenter David Lomax Producer EMILY BUCHANAN
Every summer the best long-distance cyclists in the country gather to see who among them can cycle the furthest. Christopher South reports.
Producer LES WOODLAND BBC Manchester
Nigel Forde talks to Maggie Lane ; and William Horwood discusses the role of anthropomorphic novels.
Professor Anthony Clare returns with the weekly magazine devoted to matters of the mind. Producers KEITH JONES and FRANCES BYRNES Editor MICHAEL EMBER
The eight-part story of the poet's life in Italy and Greece as told in his own letters. With
2: Passionate for Venice Selected and introduced by Brian Gear.
Producer MARGARET BRADLEY BBC Bristol. Stereo
with Fergus Keeling and Jessica Holm
Jeremy Cherfas reports on the country of Belize.
by MORAG HOOD. With and The American Indian princess Pocahontas saved the life of the Englishman John Smith and in doing so opened up the American continent to English settlement. Stereo
Capt John Smith:
Presenter Richard Bailey Producer SALLIE DAVIES
The Single Eye
In the last programme of this series, Susan Gabriel Talbot encounters Mary Goldring gazing at the stars. Is there real joy in being single?
Producer ROGER HUTCHINGS BBC Pebble Mill