with Marjorie Lofthouse Producer JANE WARD
BBC Pebble Mill. Stereo
with Jack Hywel-Davies , including Bells on Sunday from the Church of St Mary and St Gabriel, Stoke Gabriel , Totnes, Devon. Stereo
Welcome aboard! Cliff Michelmore launches a new summer series about boating and watersports. The Cutty Sark Tall Ships Race begins today. It gives young people the opportunity to crew some of the largest ships in the world and gain the experience of a lifetime. Cliff is at St Katharine's Dock,London.
Producer CAROLINE ELLIOT
7.40-8.00 with Clive Jacobs and Trevor Barnes
Producer AMANDA HANCOX Editors DAVID COOMES and BEVERLEY MCAINSH including at
talks to Richard Baker about the work of The Missions to Seamen, of which she is President.
by Alistair Cooke
Serving the Family
A service of thanksgiving and challenge to mark the 220th anniversary of the work of the National Children's Home. Preacher
Readings: Hosea 11, vvl-4; Mark 10, vv 13-16
Hymns: Now thank we all our God; One more step along the world I go; Lord, thy Church on earth is seeking. BBC Wales
Agricultural story editor ANTHONY PARKIN
Directed and produced by JOHN SCOTNEY
Editor RUTH PATTERSON BBC Pebble Mill
with Philippa Kennedy Producer ANNA PARKINSON
with Margaret Howard
Ned Sherrin is this week's castaway.
Programme created by ROY PLOMLEY
Producer OLIVIA SELIGMAN
Presenter Nick Clarke Editor MARTIN COX
visits Fulham, where members of the Fulham Palace Meadow Allotments Association put their queries to Dr Stefan Buczacki , Fred Downham and Sue Phillips.
Producer DIANA STENSON BBC Manchester
by MARTYN READ . With and In rural Berkshire during the Second World War, the actual fighting seems a long way away. But for a teenage girl its reality is brought closer by a series of poignant experiences of life, love and death.
With the children of TRINITY SCHOOL,
Directed by CHERRY COOKSON Stereo (R)
with Laurie Taylor
Researcher JANICE SMITH
Producer CHRIS PALING. Stereo
Stephen Fry , in company with Jill Balcon and Martin Jarvis , presents, before an audience at last year's Bewdley Festival, a selection of his favourite poetry and prose. Producer ALEC REID BBC Bristol
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Dilly Barlow returns with the answers to your questions, silly or serious.
Cliff Morgan ends his journey in the historic market town of King's
Lynn after enjoying visits to a reconstruction of an Iceni village, a sanctuary for sick and injured seals and a nursery which specialises in African violets.
Producer ANTHONY SMITH BBC Bristol
The memoirs, in three parts, Of
DR HENRY SHINGLEWOOD TAYLOR edited by PETER HADLEY
Read by Graeme Garden. 2: House Surgeon at Guy's Hospital, 1867
Producer PAMELA HOWE BBC Bristol (R)
Dr Henry Shinglewood
Last of six programmes with Daniel Snowman. 6: Joel de Rosnay
by ALAN GARNER , dramatised in three episodes by DAVID WADE. Part 2
Directed by CAROLINE SMITH BBC Manchester. Stereo (R)
7.00 Expression in Classical Music
7.20 17th-century England: Portraiture
7.40 The Search for Secular Answers
with John Lloyd
Producer EMILY BUCHANAN
Last autumn Nick Crane travelled secretly through Afghanistan with aid-worker Julian Gearing. This is the story, in two parts, of their adventures in this beautiful but ravaged country.
1: Mountain with Deadly Butterflies
Producer SIMON ELMES Stereo
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Edward Blishen invites Margaret Forster and Miles Kington to pick some books. BBC Bristol
Sue MacGregor talks to five of Hollywood's extraordinary stars. 2: Angela Lansbury Producer GILLIAN HUSH BBC Manchester (R)
Sonia Beesley meets five married couples pursuing the same career.
3: Judy and Geoffrey Lusty , entrepreneurs. Producer ANNE HOWELLS Stereo
with Jessica Holm and Fergus Keeling.
What is the legacy of the Revolution?
Ian Noble talks to politicians and takes to the streets to find out what's left of Liberte,
Egalite and Fraternité in France today.
Producer JAMES LEATON GRAY
Four clergy are asked where they find Jesus in Britain's inner-cities. 1: The Place of Passion
Fr Austin Smith, a priest of the Order of Passion, finds the realities of living in Toxteth a challenge to the Church's very foundations.
Producer NORMAN winter BBC Manchester. Stereo
The late evening Office of Compline. Stereo (R)
4.00 Education Matters The last in the series in which Susan Marling explores the changing world of education. Producer CLARE CSONKA
4.30 Sport in Question Tennis player Anne Hobbs. Frank Dick. Director of Coaching, BAAB, and Graham Kelly , Chief Executive of the Football Association, respond to questions on topical sporting issues raised by an invited audience at the Maltings Arts Centre, St Albans. Chair Tom McNab
5.00 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 (R)
5.30 Telling it How it Was An eight-part guide to collecting oral history presented by Steve Humphries. 3: Family Life (R)