with Marjorie Lofthouse Producer Jane Ward. Stereo
with Jack HyweHDavies. Bells on Sunday from
St Clement's, Sandwich, Kent. Stereo
7.M Modern Art: Vorticism
7.20 Tolstoys View of Art and Morality
7.40 Arts Foundation Course: Sullivan
Presenter Oliver Walston joins Conservative MP Sir Richard Body for breakfast at his farm in Berkshire.
Producer Carol Trewin
with Andrew Green and Trevor Barnes Editor David Coomes including at
speaks for the Week's Good Cause about the work of an organisation that uses sophisticated technology to help the visionally handicapped.
DONATIONS to: Electronic Aids for the Blind, [address removed] Credit cards: [number removed]
by Alistair Cooke
County Down, led by the Rev Dr Alan Russell.
Readings (NIV): Psalm 8; Luke 15, vv 11-32;
Hymns (CH3): New
Every Morning (47); Lord Thy Word Abideth (130); Lord, Who in Thy Perfect Wisdom (473); Psalm 100: All People That on Earth Do Dwell;
Anthem: 0 Holy Jesu.
Omnibus edition. Editor Ruth Patterson
with Liz Forgan
Producer Jane Beresford
with David Owen Norris. Stereo
Another chance to hear Professor Sir George Porter , joint winner of the Nobel Prize for
Chemistry and currently President of the Royal Society, talking to Sue Lawley.
Producer Olivia Seligman
with Gordon Clough Editor Roger Mosey
This week the team visits Belgium. There are 30,000 British residents in Brussels, and just a fraction of them are packed into the British and Commonwealth Women's Club to put their queries to
Dr Stefan Buczacki , Fred Downham and Daphne Ledward.
Chairman Clay Jones. Producer Diana Stenson
Marjorie's creative writing course is under a bit of a threat, finance-wise, so she's glad to see a new face even if Harry lacks some of the graces she's accustomed to.
Written by Dave Sheasby.
Director Tony Cliff. Stereo
In the final programme of the series, John Timpson is in conversation with Bill Makins , director and founder of Pensthorpe Waterfowl Trust and Nature Reserve.
Producer Marjorie Lofthouse Stereo (R)
Is art sacred, or should artists be curbed from going too far on sacred issues? In the first of three programmes, Barry Norman looks at values, beliefs and religious susceptibilities with the help of, among others, John Cleese , Martin Scorsese ,
Arnold Wesker , Fay Weldon and Mary Whitehouse. Editor David Coomes (R)
In the second of four programmes, writer
John Mortimer looks at some of the great operatic characters including Carmen and Falstaff.
Producer Derek Drescher. Stereo (R)
The second in a series of four mysterious tales by Wilkie Collins.
Reader John Rowe.
'I have often read of the unprincipled cunning of criminal persons; but I have never heard of three thieves attempting to double on their pursuers by entering a church!' Adapted by Michael Bakewell Producer Rosemary Hart (R)
Six portraits of great radio figures.
3: J B S Haldane, the colourful and controversial scientist, was a familiar radio voice in the 30s, 40s and 50s. Much respected by his colleagues, he made an enormous contribution to the popularisation of science. Written and presented by Professor John Durant. Stereo
Ten tales of 60s life on the road read by Anton Rodgers.
Written by Barry Pilton. 6: The Full Quarter
Exploring the Jordanian desert by camel.
Producer Louise Purslow. Stereo
Conflict in Kashmir
Mark Tully reports from India and Kashmir, on the threat to peace in the sub-continent.
Presented by Julie Mayer from the River Thames.
Includes part 3 of The Last Vampire by Willis Hall , read by Victoria Wood and part 7 of E Nesbit's The House ofArden with Penelope Keith.
Producer Julia Brooke. Stereo
Edward Blishen invites
Helen Lederer and Willie Rushton to choose four paperbacks.
Lorelei King reads 'Let Me Put It In, It
Feels All Right' from
Pamela Des Barres's 60s memoirs I'm with the Band. Abridged and produced by Adrian Bean. Stereo
The electrical secrets of leaves.
David Lodge , author of the 'Brummidge' campus novels, chooses other writers who give him pleasure.
A quizzical investigation of the lighter side of science with Michael Scott.
Producer Louise Dalzlal Stereo (R)
Ian Bradley concludes his look at concerns raised for Christians about their relationship with creation and the environment.
Producer Mo McCullough