with Marjorie Lofthouse Producer JANE WARD
BBC Pebble Mill. Stereo
with Jack Hywel-Davies , including Bells on Sunday from St Nicholas, Combe St Nicholas, Devon. Stereo
Claire Powell takes breakfast with the Morrow family on their farm on the outskirts of Belfast.
Producer SUE SMITH BBC Pebble Mill
with Clive Jacobs and Andrew Green Producer JULI WILLS Editor DAVID COOMES including at
talks, for the Week's Good Cause, on behalf of an organisation that offers bereavement counselling.
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by Alistair Cooke
With the Sacrament of Baptism from Houston and Killellan Parish church, Renfrewshire, led by THE REV GEORGINA M. BAXENDALE.
Hymns (CH3): Again the morn of gladness (291); Our children, Lord, in faith and prayer (549);
Lord, in the fullness of my might (435); To God by the glory (374)
Readings: Psalm 8; St John 20, vv 11-16
Organist KENNETH WALTON
Agricultural story editor ANTHONY PARKIN
Directed and edited by RUTH PATTERSON BBC Pebble Mill
with Philippa Kennedy Producer SALUE DAVIES
Sue Lawley's castaway is photographer and conservationist
Lucinda Lambton. Programme created by ROY PLOMLEY
Producer OLIVIA SELIGMAN
with Gordon Clough in Brighton for the Labour Party Conference.
Deputy editor ROD LIDDLE
This week the team visits Cornwall, where the Friends of Mount
Edgcumbe Country Park put their queries to Dr Stefan Buczacki , Fred Downham , and Daphne Ledward. Producer DIANA STENSON BBC Manchester
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Question Time, BBC, PO Box 27, Manchester M60 1SJ
by WILKIE COLLINS adapted in six episodes by RAY JENKINS. With and Narrator Philip Sully 2: July 1846
Magdalen and Norah Vanstone find themselves with 'no name'.
Music by PETER BREWIS Played by MAURICE CAMBRIDGE
Directed by JANET WHITAKER
The first of two programmes looking back over 91 years.
Cecil Lewis talks about his remarkable life to Colin Semper ... from teenage pilot to founder member of the BBC. Producer ED THOMASON
'BBC' is how they describe themselves - British Born Chinese. They're in their teens and 20s, sociable, with expectations ... and often at odds with the values of their parents' generation.
Gabrielle Macphedran hears the stories of some of the young people from Britain's Chinese communities.
Producer JOY HATWOOD
Last programme of the series with Dilly Barlow.
In 22 years of covering news in over 35 countries Martyn Lewis has flown in everything from
Concorde to a Moroccan Hercules. On the night flight from Pittsburgh, USA, he investigates life behind the screens as a brand-new Boeing
747-400 goes into service. Producer JILL MARSHALL BBC Bristol
Hugh John makes a special plea for an endangered species - the BBC commissionaire. (R)
The last of the series with David Bean.
6: The Bitter Victory BBC Manchester
reports on key issues from the perspective of the men and women most affected by them.
Presenter Stephen Beard. Producer CHARLES SIGLER
7.00 Social Sciences - Grapevine
7.20 The Romantic Poets
7.40 Arts Foundation Course: Revision
The Cat's back! with Julie First and Adrian Moorhouse.
The first birthday guest is Caron Keating.
Be a radio detective with super-sleuths Kitty Purwell and Dick Dogsbody in The Riddle of Roman Ridge, with Elizabeth Estensen and Timothy Spall.
Script by LEE PRESSMAN . Bill Torrance sets the scene for the CWCT (Cat's Whiskers Castle Trail) and Victoria Wood reads The Last Vampire by WILLIS HALL adapted in six parts by ALFRED BRADLEY. 1: Castle Alucard Taking part:
Nigel Carrington Andy Hockley
Ken Cumberlidge Lesley Kaufman.
Researcher LIS ROBERTS
Producer MARY KALEMKERIAN BBC Manchester. Stereo
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Nigel Forde talks to
Miss Read and also meets poet Andrew Motion.
Can belief in a personal God be sustained in the 20th century?
The Bishop of Salisbury, The Rt Rev John Austin Baker, and Ludovic Kennedy debate before an invited audience in Salisbury Catheral. Producer ERNEST REA BBC Bristol (R)
Nick Baker meets the last of four lone campaigners. John Owen , an ex-colonial administrator, is campaigning against the Channel Tunnel.
Producer JOHN WATKINS
Robert Booth 's guest is poet Brian Patten.
Producer VIV BLACK. Stereo (R)
Jessica Holm and Michael Scott discover the joys of an Everglades alligator pond.
Donald Allchin , Director of the Centre for the Study of Christian Spirituality, presents an appreciation of three major Welsh-language poets -
Gwenallt, Saunders Lewis and Waldo Williams.
Producer IWAN RUSSELL-JONES BBC Wales. Stereo
9: The Dream of Jerusalem Brian Redhead continues his 12-part journey.
Readers GARARD GREEN and ZELAH CLARKE Studio producer AMANDA HANCOX Series producer
FRANCES GUMLEY (R)
In the last of her discussions,
Michele Guinness talks to Sister
Fay Williams , who was in the Far East when Japan invaded Singapore. Producer NOEL VINCENT BBC Manchester. Stereo
4.00 The Health Show with Angela Rippon and guests. Today: Skin
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5.00 Get By in Hindi and Urdu The last in a five-part series. Which Train Goes to Islamabad? With Shafl Jamie and Mira Kaushik. Producer KATHY FLOWER
5.30 When inltaly 5: Travelling The last in the series with Denise de Rome. Producer MICK WEBB (R)