with Marjorie Lofthouse. Producer JANE ward
BBC Pebble Mill. Stereo
with Jack Hywel-Davies , including Bells on Sunday from St David 's, Moretonin-Marsh, Gloucestershire. Stereo
This week Claire Powell takes breakfast with Malcolm Morrison , a young man who left academic life in Glasgow to join his grandmother on her farm near
Forsinard in Sutherland. Producer SUE SMITH BBC Pebble Mill
Religious news and views with Clive Jacobs and Andrew Green.
Producer NORMAN WINTER Editor DAVID COOMES BBC Manchester including at
speaks, for The Week's Good Cause, on behalf of an organisation which offers practical and emotional support to those who have suffered the effects of crime.
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Church, Cardiff, led by THE REV HEFIN ELIAS. Love Never Fails
I Corinthians 13; Glory be to God the Father; Blest be the tie that binds; Peace be to this habitation. Preacher
THE REV GERAINT FIELDER BBC Wales
Agricultural story editor ANTHONY PARKIN
Directed and edited by RUTH PATTERSON BBC Pebble Mill
A personal review of the current magazines and periodicals by Andrew Rawnsley of The Guardian.
Producer DENNIS SEWELL
with Margaret Howard
Cricketer Ian Botham is cast away on the mythical island where he chooses eight gramophone records to cheer his exile.
Programme created by ROY PLOMLEY
Producer OLIVIA SELIGMAN Stereo
Presenter Gordon dough Deputy editor ROD LIDDLE Editor ROGER MOSEY
This week the team visits Coventry, where members of the Wolston and Brandon Allotment and Gardens Association put their queries to Dr Stefan Buczacki , Fred Downham and Sue Phillips. Chair Clay Jones.
Producer DIANA STENSON BBC Manchester
The first Sherlock Holmes story by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle
Adapted in two episodes by Bert Coules
London, 1881: a penniless doctor meets a curious young man with some extremely strange habits....
Sir Arthur Conan
Dr John Watson:
Laurie Taylor and his guests review the programmes, personalities and politics contributing to the changing face of radio in the UK.
Researcher JANICE SMITH Producer CHRIS PALING
4.00 The Health Show with Angela Rippon and guests. Today: Getting Fit and Staying Healthy
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5.00 Using Your Wordpower A Guide for Tutors Peter Evans looks at ways of assessing the skills of reading, writing and oracy within the framework of the new City and Guilds Communication Skills (Wordpower) Certificate, with the help of tutors and adult learners from around the country.
5.30 Buongiomo Italia! A series of 20 programmes for beginners in Italian. 4: Buono, buonissimo! Presented by Denise de Rome and Enrico Verdecchia Script by ALAN WILDING (R)
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John Horsley Denton tells the story of Nagaland. During the last war, remote Naga tribesmen in north-east India were led against the Japanese by their honorary 'white queen', Ursula Graham
Bower. Now the queen is dead, Nagaland is closed to Westerners, and her daughter has inherited the Naga cause.
Music by NICK SARGENT
Producer CHRIS ELDON LEE BBC Manchester
Michael Rosen talks to the writer Nina Bawden.
On a day out in the East Midlands, astronomer Heather Couper checks her watch by the stars and steps back in time to 1066. Producer JILL MARSHALL BBC Bristol
A view in six parts by Phil Smith , inspired by his attempts to tame a neglected acre.
4: The Killing Fields BBC Manchester
with Chris Dunkley
Three programmes in which Nigel Douglas talks about some of his favourite singers. 3: Boris Christoff
Producer ROSEMARY HART Stereo (R)
Presented by Julie First and Adrian Moorhouse. Birthday feature: Radio Lollipop celebrates ten years on the air.
Willie Rushton reads Toothie and Cat by GENE KEMP.
Bill Torrance heads south in the Big Budgie for week five of the CWCT (Cat's Whiskers Castle Trail) and Victoria Wood reads the final episode of The Last Vampire by willis HALL, adapted by ALFRED BRADLEY :
The Black Bat Flies Away. Researcher LIS ROBERTS
Producer MARY KALEMKERIAN BBC Manchester. Stereo
Nigel Forde steps gingerly into the world of crime.
Six quests in search of an endangered animal with Mark Carwardine and Douglas Adams. 5: A Man-Eating, Evil-Smelling Dragon
Elizabeth Wright presents six programmes in which the Chinese recall 40 years of Communist rule. 5: Breaking the Iron Rice Bowl
Rosemary Hartill meets five people who live and work in Northern Ireland. 3: Ashes to Ashes
Jim Bell works for the family firm. His business is burying the dead. But when night falls, he walks next door and becomes the landlord of the local pub where people gather to drink their pints and swap yarns. In both his jobs, listening is everything. Producer ERNEST REA
Fergus Keeling and Jessica Holm review the wildlife scene and discover a thriving population of rare African wild dogs.
Oliver Taplin embarks on four programmes which explore the enduring popularity of the figure of Odysseus and the idea of an odyssey.
Maleia Brian Glover is Homer.
A weekly report of the deliberations and dialogues that take place in Parliament's Select Committees.
Presenter Richard Bailey. Producer SALLIE DAVIES
In Every Corner Sing
A six-part series on the history of hymnody with Derek Wilson.
4: Two Kinds of Revival By the 19th century hymns had become an established part of church life. But a passionate anti-Protestant movement produced a new kind of hymnody. And then came the American evangelists.
Reader BRIAN GEAR.
Music performed by the BRISTOL HIGHBURY SINGERS with soloists
MARGARET THOMAS and STEPHEN FOULKES. Organist COLIN STUART Musical Director
Producer ALISON BOGLE BBC Bristol. Stereo