with Maijorie Lofthouse Producer JANE WARD
BBC Pebble Mill. Stereo
with Stephen Oliver , including Bells on Sunday from St James's Church. Christleton, Cheshire. Stereo
7.00 Les Liaisons dangereuses
7.40 Who Controls Technology?
On a fruit farm in Kent, Claire Powell takes breakfast with Michael and Sue Blee in their recently-opened farm shop.
Producer SUE SMITH BBC Pebble Mill
with Clive Jacobs and Andrew Green
Producer AMANDA HANCOX Editor DAVID COOMES including at
8.10 am Sunday Papers
talks, for the Week's Good Cause, about an organisation that helps both adults and children who are disfigured.
Disfigurement Guidance Trust, [address removed]
Credit cards: [number removed]
by Alistair Cooke
from Pitsmoor Methodist Church, Sheffield.
Conducted by PAM EATON. Invitation to Discipleship Preacher THE REV DR JOHN VINCENT. President of the Methodist Conference, and Superintendent of the Sheffield Inner City Ecumenical Mission. Readings: Mark 8, w 34-38; 10, w 28-31
Hymns: Dear God of town and city; Yours the city; Will you come and follow me?; These things shall be.
Pianist ALAN HINDMARCH BBC Manchester
Agricultural story editor ANTHONY PARKIN
Directed and edited by RUTH PATTERSON BBC Pebble Mill
Presented by Martin Wainwright of The Guardian.
Producer SALLIE DAVIES
with Margaret Howard
Guitarist Eric Clapton talks to Sue Lawley about his turbulent years as one of Britain's foremost rock musicians.
Programme created by ROY PLOMLEY
Producer OLIVIA SELIGMAN
Presenter Nick Clarke Editor ROGER MOSEY
Dr Stefan Buczacki and Fred Downham are in The Witterings, West Sussex, visiting the garden of colleague Sue Phillips. Chair Clay Jones
Producer DIANA STENSON BBC Manchester
written and adapted in two parts by ROY KENDALL. With and 1: When the Reverend
Christopher Miller returns to England as 'Christine' Miller, she poses a well-nigh insoluble problem for her bishop. The Church of England does not, as yet, recognise women priests; yet legally Christine, despite her sex-change operation, is still a man....
Directed by GORDON HOUSE
Dean of the Arches:
The adventures, in two parts, of Nick Crane , who travelled secretly through Afghanistan with aid-worker Julian Gearing to assess the damage inflicted on farmers and villagers by the war. 1: Mountain with Deadly Butterflies
Producer SIMON ELMES Stereo (R)
Five documentaries from the BBC Sound Archives. 3: Father Greene's
Ash Wednesday Mass
An affectionate portrait of an Irish country priest. Producer PETER ARMSTRONG BBC Manchester
4.00 The Health Show with Angela Rippon and guests. Today: Sleep
0 PHONE: [number removed]. Lines open 3.30-5.00pm.
5.00 Get By in Hindi and Urdu A five-part series.
2: What in a Name? With ShaHe Jamie and Mira Kaushik.
5.30 When in Italy 2: Sightseeing with Denise de Rome. (R)
with Dilly Barlow
The third of five programmes with Cliff Morgan.
Producer ANTHONY SMITH BBC Bristol
Geoffrey Parkinson reflects on the time he was nearly sacked from the probation service. (R)
with David Bean
3: The Fall of Palermo
Cat's Whiskers Summer Special
Presented by Julie Mayer. Serial: Tales of Narnia by C.S. LEWIS
The Magician's Nephew and The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe adapted in ten parts by BRIAN SIBLEY. Episode 8 With and Serial producer
GEOFF MARSHALL-TAYLOR Also featured are club members' birthdays and Narnia competitions. Producer JULLA BROOKE A BBC School Radio production. Stereo
Peter Jenkins talks to seven men who have had the opportunity to turn ideas into action.
6: Sir Robin Butler ,
Secretary to the Cabinet. Producer ANNE SLOMAN
Marjorie Lofthouse visits the ten finalists in the Radio 41 Radio Times
Enterprise Competition. 8: Mr Heaver 's Noted Model Museum
Producer JOCK GALLAGHER BBC Pebble Mill
Edward Blishen 's guests in the last programme of the series are
Biddy Baxter and Nicholas Garland.
Nick Baker meets four lone campaigners who have dedicated their lives to a particular cause.
1: Bob Borzello complains to the Press Council about racist and sexist reporting in British newspapers. But what drives him to pursue a campaign that, on the face of it, has no bearing on his own life? Producer JOHN WATKINS
0 See David GiUard , left
Six programmes in which Robert Booth offers three wishes to a variety of people. Today, he talks to Scottish novelist and playwright Jessie Kesson. Producer viv BLACK. Stereo (R)
with Fergus Keeling and Jessica Holm
Rosemary Hartill takes a look at business ethics through the eyes of the Quakers both in the past and up to the present day.
A 12-part series.
6: A Frankish David
Brian Redhead explores the world of Charles the Great - Charlemagne, the first Holy Roman Emperor.
Reader IAN TARGETT Researcher IAN MORGAN Series producer
FRANCES GUMLEY (R)
Michele Guinness continues her series of four discussions with women whose lives were changed by the war. 2: Barbara Aspell
Producer NOEL VINCENT BBC Manchester. Stereo