with Marjorie Lofthouse Producer Jane Ward
BBC Pebble Mill. Stereo
with Jack Hywel-Davies including
Bells on Sunday from St Michael and All Angels, Chaffcombe, Somerset. Stereo
7.00 Modern Art: Synthetic Cubism
7.20 Women in Two 19th-Century Novels
7.40 Art and Illusion
Religious news with Trevor Bames and Andrew Green
Producer Christine Morgan Editor David Coomes
speaks for the Week's Good Cause about an organisation that helps those with acute anxiety problems.
Phobic Action, [address removed]
by Alistair Cooke
from the Roman
Catholic seminary of Ushaw College, Durham. Fifth Sunday of Easter. Celebrant: the Principal, the Rt Rev Mgr Canon Peter Walton. Preacher: the Rev John Aveyard. Mass setting: Congress Mass (Alan Rees );
Readings: Acts 6, w 1-7; I Peter 2, w 4-9; John 14, w 1-12; Lord Enthroned in Heavenly Splendour; Psalm 103; Take and Eat; Praise Our Great and Gracious Lord.
Organist William Wilson Director of Music
Julian Wiener BBC North
Agricultural story editor Anthony Parkin
Directed and edited by Ruth Patterson
BBC Pebble Mill
A personal review of the current magazines and periodicals by Martin Wainwright of The Guardian.
Producer Jane Beresford
with Margaret Howard
The castaway this week is writer Molly Keane.
She talks to Sue Lawley about her life and work, and chooses eight gramophone records to take with her to the mythical island.
Programme created by Roy Plomley
Producer Olivia Seligman
with John Sargeant Deputy editor Rod Liddle Editor Roger Mosey
This week the team visits Cambridgeshire, where members of the Huntingdon and District Greenfingers Club put their queries to Dr Stefan Buczacki Fred Downham and Daphne Ledward.
Chairman Clay Jones. Producer Diana Stenson BBC North
0 WRITE to: Gardeners'
Question Time, BBC, PO Box 27, Manchester M60 1SJ
0 CEEFAX: page 645
by Hattie Naylor.
When Stephen dies, Dusty finds it hard to adjust to her loss; she reports him missing to the police, organises search parties, and to make things worse she has to put up with an orchestra playing requiems outside her bedroom window each night....
Director Sally Avens Stereo (R)
A seven-part reflection on the life of Anton Chekhov , compiled by Michael Bakewell.
With David Suchet.
6: My Sweet,
Extraordinary Actress 'If I'd stayed any longer I would have fallen for her. The older I grow, the more frequently and fully the pulse of life beats in me!' with John Baddeley , Victoria Carling ,
Jo Kendall ,
Michael Kilgarriff , John Moffatt and Simon Treves.
Director Rosemary Hart. Stereo
The second of three profiles of churches where Christianity is adapting to meet today's challenges.
The Guardian Angels Within the Roman
Catholic Church there is a development that — while renewing the faith and apparently transforming the lives of many - is being accused of divisiveness and elitism akin to a secret cult.
Way originated in Spain in the 60s and now has
10,000 communities worldwide. Guardian Angels in Mile End,
London, is one of them. Producer Alison Bogle
Winner of the 1990 Sony/Radio Academy Award for the most creative use of radio. At the turn of the century a tiny, toy-like guitar somehow found its way from its home in Portugal to Hawaii. The Hawaiians called it dancing flea or ukelele, and adopted it as their national instrument. Nick Baker hears the story at their annual Ukelele Festival.
Producer Andrew Parfitt Stereo (R)
Restaurateur Joe Allen talks to Jack Tinker. Producer Ned ChaiUet Stereo (R)
Ludovic Kennedy arrives in Orkney and surveys the historic natural harbour of Scapa Flow.
Producer Jill Marshall BBC Bristol
In the last programme in the series,
Alun Richards is promised an encounter with a Playboy girl.
Producer Jane Dauncey BBC Wales (R)
with Chris Dunkley
Presenter David Arscott. Producer Anna Parkinson
from Radio Goes to
Town in Glasgow.
Presenter Andy Crane . Charlotte's Web by E B White adapted in seven parts by Mick Greenway. 1: Wilbur
Reader Kit Hollerbach. Finn MacCool and the Small Men of Deeds by Pat O'Shea adapted in four parts by Alfred Bradley. 4: The Race for the Lost Children
Serial director Ev Draper Research Lis Roberts
Producer Mary Kalemkerian BBC North. Stereo
Robert B Parker tells
Nigel Forde how he took up an unfinished Raymond Chandler novel, and Christopher Ransmayr discusses his book The Last World.
Last in the series of listeners' reports.
The last programme in the series.
Third Class to Dunkirk
Peter Hadley was an infantry officer at the time of the British army's escape from Dunkirk. This is his view of that event.
Reader John Rowe.
Producer Gerry Jones. Stereo
with Michael Rosen. Mary Cadogan and Martin Jarvis celebrate the world of Just William.
A look into the tunnels made by ants ...
With Jessica Holm and Fergus Keeling.
A drama-documentary by Jo Anderson.
An investigation into
'Peter the Painter', the mysterious figure who was said to be behind a series of robberies that culminated in the Siege of Sidney Street in 1911. Stereo
with Michael Fairbaim Producer Sallie Davies
In the first of four programmes on racism and faith, Rebecca de Saintonge talks about her experience as a white person in a black township.
Producer Shirley Scott BBC Pebble Mill. Stereo
The late evening
Office of Compline. Stereo (R)