with Marjorie Lofthouse Producer Jane Ward. Stereo
with Jack Hywel-Davies . Bells on Sunday from St Michael 's, Stoney Stanton , Leics. Stereo
7.00 Modern Art: Roger Fry
7.20 What Is Place?
7.40 Culture and Belief in Europe: 1450 to 1600
Presenter Robert Forster takes breakfast with John Hooson and his wife on their farm near Betws-y-coed, Snowdonia.
Producer Carol Trewin
with Debbie Thrower and Christopher Morgan Editor Beverly McAinsh including at
speaks for the Week's Good Cause about an organisation that works to prevent child abuse.
DONATIONS to: Parentline, [address removed]
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by Alistair Cooke
Mass from St Patrick's Catholic Church, Greenock.
Celebrant and preacher: the Very Rev
Christ Be Beside Me; Be Still and Know That I Am God; Lord, Jesus Christ , You Have Come to Us; Be Thou My Vision; I Kings 3, vv 5, 7-12; Romans 8, vv 28-30;
Matthew 13, vv 44-52. Stereo
Omnibus edition. Editor Ruth Patterson
Presented by Liz Forgan
Producer Jane Beresford
with Liz Kershaw
Another chance to hear guitarist Eric Clapton talking to Sue Lawley about his turbulent years as one of Britain's foremost rock musicians. Producer Olivia Seligman
with Gordon Clough Editor Roger Mosey
This week Clay Jones digs into the bulging postbag, and calls on Dr Stefan Buczacki , Fred Downham and Daphne Ledward to solve listeners' gardening problems. Producer Diana Stenson
0 WRITE on postcards only to: Gardeners' Question Time, BBC, PO Box 27, Manchester M60 ISJ
John Cracknell and Molly Byrne are the presenter and producer of a mythical BBC programme, Folkways.
They head off to County Tyrone to look for the Ulster fiddler, Barney McKeogh ... Written by Thomas McLaughlin.
Music Jim McKillop Producer Pam Brighton
Five programmes in which John Timpson introduces listeners to his part of the country. 4: Jack Boddy , retired farm labourer and general secretary of the Agricultural Workers' Union.
Producer Marjorie Lofthouse Stereo (R)
In the last of the present series, Laurie Taylor eavesdrops on countries where radio can be a matter of life and death.
In Africa, revolutionaries broadcast details of captured enemies, while in the Caribbean, obituaries follow the nine o'clock news ... Producers Chris Paling and Tessa Watt. Stereo
In the first of four programmes writer
John Mortimer introduces dramatic moments from the operas Don Giovanni , Rigoletto, Die Fledermaus, La Traviata and Der
Producer Derek Drescher. Stereo (R)
The first in a series of four mysterious tales by Wilkie Collins.
Reader David Suchet.
'Speechless, with no expression on her face, she came closer.... and slowly raised the knife.' Abridged by Michael Bakewell Producer Rosemary Hart (R)
Six portraits of great radio figures.
2: Shall I Sell Me Soul -
Or Draw the Dole ...
Gracie Fields: from
Rochdale mill-girl to music-hall star.
Presented by Patricia Routledge.
Ten tales of 60s life on the road, read by Anton Rodgers.
Written by Barry Pilton. 5: One Hell of a Hole The Grand Canyon, minus ten degrees, in T-shirt and slacks, on a mule.
Producer Louise Purslow. Stereo
Presented by Julie Mayer from the River Thames.
Including part 2 of The Last Vampire by Willis Hall , read by Victoria Wood , and part 6 of E Nesbit's The House of Arden, with Penelope Keith.
Producer Julia Brooke. Stereo
Edward Blishen invites
Grace Robertson and Quentin Blake to choose four paperbacks.
Do Not Go Gentle
William Roberts reads an extract from
Love's Executioner by Irvin D Yalom.
Director Peter Kavanagh. Stereo
Dilly Barlow answers your questions.
Loggerhead turtles in Greece; bottle-nosed whales off Nova Scotia; and East Anglia's Breckland Heaths.
Colin Blakemore ,
Professor of Physiology at Oxford, takes a broader view of the literary anthology.
A weekly report on Parliament's Select
Presenter Peter Hill. Producer Sallie Davies
Ian Bradley continues his look at concerns raised for Christians about their relationship with creation and the environment.
Reader Mo McCullough. Producer Noel Vincent