with Marjorie Lofthouse Producer JANE WARD
BBC Pebble Mill. Stereo
with Jack Hywel-Davies including
Bells on Sunday from St Michael 's, Cornhill, London. Stereo
7.00 Modern Art: Images of Prostitution
7.20 Social Sciences: Grapevine Magazine
7.40 Mystery Plays
Claire Powell meets the Pugh family on their livestock farm in Powys. Producer SUE SMITH BBC Pebble Mill
with Clive Jacobs and Andrew Green
Producer CHRISTINE MORGAN Editor BEVERLEY MCAINSH including at
speaks for this Week's Good Cause about an organisation that works with homeless unemployed people between 16 and 21.
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by Alistair Cooke
Holy Communion from St Andrew's Church, Oxford, led by The Rev Colin Bennetts. The first in a series of sermons in Lent based on Luke 4, w 14-30.
The Spirit of the Lord Is Upon Me
Preacher, The Rev David Winter.
Readings: Isaiah 61. vv 1-4; Luke 4, vv 14-29
Introit: Open thou mine eyes; I heard the voice of Jesus (AMNS 247); The Servant King (SOF 120); There is a Redeemer (SOF 534); Lead us, heavenly Father (AMNS 224)
Service led by:
Director of music:
Agricultural story editor ANTHONY PARKIN
Director NIALL FRASER Editor RUTH PATTERSON BBC Pebble Mill
with Hugh Prysor-Jones Producer JANE BERESFORD
with Margaret Howard Stereo
Sir Ian Trethowan , former Director-General of the BBC and currently Director of Thames Television, as well as Chairman of the Horserace Betting Levy Board, talks to Sue Lawley.
Programme created by ROY PLOMLEY,
Producer OLIVIA SELIGMAN Stereo
with Robin Lustig
Deputy editor ROD LIDDLE Editor ROGER MOSEY
visits Buckinghamshire, where members of the Marsh Gibbon
Horticultural Society put their queries to Dr Stefan Buczacki
Fred Downham and Sue Phillips.
Chairman Clay Jones. Producer DIANA STENSON BBC Manchester
The Mystery of Edwin Drood by CHARLES DICKENS concluded by LEON GARFIELD and dramatised in five parts by DAVID BUCK. 1: Orphans
The arrival in Cloisterham of Neville and Helena Landless sets in motion a chain of events leading to murder. Stereo (Part 2 this Friday at 3.00pm)
with Laurie Taylor
Researcher CLARE DENNING Producer CHRIS PALING
The story of a seven-day voyage aboard the tall ship Lord Nelson during the season of equinoctial gales, as told by the captain, the able-bodied/ disabled crew and the shipping forecast. Diary entries by Frank Sutton and Carole Whitfield. Recordings collected by JAYNE ROSCOE
Producer NIGEL ACHESON (R)
4.00 Education Matters Mike Baker investigates the world of education.
4.30 The Waiting Game A nine-part month-by-month guide to pregnancy with Anneka Rice and midwife Caroline Flint. 4: Will My Baby Be OK?
5.00 A Long, Long Tale a-Winding The third of six programmes in which Michael Barber looks at the serial novel.
5.30 Buongiorno Italia!
20 programmes for beginners. 19: Parliamo un Po' with Denise de Rome and Enrico Verdecchia (R)
Is there a life for the independent publisher today? Following a shake-up at Viking
Penguin, Christopher Sinclair-Stevenson , a pillar of London's literary establishment, decided to leave and set up his own company.
Christopher Cook talks to Sinclair-Stevenson, his authors and publishing colleagues. Producer FIONA MCLEAN
Director of the Science
Museum Dr Neil
Cossons recalls the genius of engineer
Thomas Telford in the Shropshire new town that bears his name. Producer JILL MARSHALL BBC Bristol
Six programmes. 5: History
Patrick Hannan wonders whether what happened really happened. BBC Wales (R)
In the first of a series of four talks by foreign correspondents,
Stephen Jessel samples the monotony and claustrophobia of small-town America.
(Details yesterday 11.30am)
Presenter Andy Crane. Paul Copley reads
Stanley Bagshaw and the 22-Ton Whale by BOB WILSON.
Andy discovers a tropical rainforest.... in London! Plus part 4 of The Witch's Revenge by NIGEL HINTON adapted in six parts by NEIL SHENTON.
David King , David Ross and James Greene. Researcher LIS ROBERTS Serial directed by CAROLINE SMITH
Producer MARY KALEMKERIAN BBC Manchester. Stereo
with Nigel Forde.
John Mortimer talks about his latest book Titmuss Regained, a tale of greed versus conservation; and Edward de Bono explains what's gone wrong with the way we think!
The last of four programmes.
The Leyhill Debate from Leyhill
Open Prison in Gloucestershire, where the minister responsible for prisons, prison reformers, prison officials and inmates considers the proposition that: 'Our present prison system cannot rehabilitate offenders.'
Vivien Stern (Director, National Association for the Care and Resettlement of Offenders) and Dr Rod Morgan
(Reader in Criminology, Bristol University). Opposing:
David Mellor , QC. mp (Minister of State at the Home Office) and Ian Dunbar
(Director of HM Prisons, South West Region). Chairman
Brian Redhead. Producer
LAWRENCE SIMANOWITZ Editor MARGARET HILL
with Dilly Barlow
with Fergus Keeling and Jessica Holm
The Batman is dead.
Gordon makes a journey through the background of Gotham's famous vigilante.
Starring and Featuring
Presenter John Turnbull Producer SALLIE DAVTES
The Way the World Is Six programmes for
Lent, with The Rev
Dr John Polkinghorne , FRS, President of Queens' College, Cambridge. 1: From Physicist to Priest
Producer NORMAN WINTER BBC Manchester. Stereo
The late evening Office of Compline. Stereo (R)