Reports from the Sudan and Indonesia on how farmers are being helped to stop using pesticides. With George Macpherson. Producer David Dixon
with James Whitbourn Stereo
with Sue MacGregor and David McNeil.
7.20 Listeners' Letters
7.25, 8.25 Sports News
7.45 Thought for the Day with the Rev Dr Leslie Griffiths Editor Philip Harding
with Archie McPherson Producer Andy Gillies
with Julian Pettifer and Nigel Coombs Producer Jill Thomas
With Ned Sherrin Robert Elms
Victoria Mather and Sandi Toksvig
Producer Janet Lee. Stereo
The first in a three-part examination of the qualities needed to get on in politics. Some of Britain's most senior politicians reflect on colleagues' strengths and weaknesses.
Presenter Peter Jenkins. Producer Dennis Sewell
Producer Zareer Masani
Unmuddling Your Money The last of this series of special programmes in which people reveal how they manage their family and personal finances.
Presenter Heather Payton. Producer Rod Pounsett
The return of the programme that mixes fact and fiction, chaired by Tim Brooke-Taylor. This week:
Ian Wallace, Maureen Lipman and John Wells tell the stories.
Producer Edward Taylor. Stereo
Six programmes presented by Simon Bates , in which young people - all first-time voters in the 1987 election - give their views on various issues.
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for HM Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother: stories and anecdotes reflecting her varied life and many interests. Producer Caroline Elliot
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Tom Stoppard Season. Three very old artists, who have been friends since early manhood, share an attic. Now one of them is dead, in mysterious circumstances.
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Young Martello (Banjo):
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The last of six programmes in which personalities talk to Trevor Barnes about their upbringing as children of the clergy. Wimbledon champion Virginia Wade on the lasting influences of her upbringing in Durban,
South Africa, where her father was Archdeacon. Producer Christine Morgan. Stereo
The last of four programmes in which over-60s from across
Britain talk frankly about romantic and sexual love:
'I never thought it possible I could fall in love at the age of 70.' Producer Sukey Firth Stereo (R)
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Solar activity can disrupt electronic communication and even threaten the life of satellites. Peter Evans investigates some of the less well-known effects of the sun.
Producer Peter Croasdale
Sue MacGregor talks to swimmer Sharron Davies.
The final visit to the village of Little Blighty.
Director Adrian Bean. Stereo
Dr Anthony Clare returns with six more reflective interviews.
Today: the theatre director Sir Peter Hall.
Dame Peggy Ashcroft and Sir John Mills star in Brian Clark's stage play, originally written for and dedicated to Dame Peggy, who now performs the role for the first time.
At breakfast in their Belgravia apartment General Sir Edmund Milne sees 50 years of married life in a new light when Lady Elizabeth reveals her true hatred of the horrors of war.
Director Glyn Dearman. Stereo
Lady Elizabeth Milne:
General Sir Edmund Milne:
Brian Kay with a choice of regal melodies in honour of the Queen Mother's birthday.
Producer Sarah Devonald. Stereo
led by Fr Oliver McTernan. stereo
Six programmes in which people remember their most important day. 1: The opera singer
Willard White talks to
Marjorie Lofthouse. Producer Jane Marshall (R)
Jeremy Isaacs is Robin Ray 's guest.
The last of six comedy programmes with Christopher Campbell , David Charles and Emma Garner-Clarke .
Producer Paul Z Jackson. Stereo