with Marjorie Lofthouse Producer Jane Ward. Stereo
with Jack Hywel-Davies including
Bells on Sunday from St Mary's, Bronllys, Powys, Wales Stereo
7.00 Art and US Imperialism
7.20 Social Science: Acts. Actions and Meanings
7.40 Culture and Belief in Europe 1450-1600: Montaigne and Political Authority
Religious news and views with presenters Trevor Barnes and Debbie Thrower. Editor Beverley McAinsh including at
speaks for the Week's Good Cause on behalf of an organisation that works to protect parts of our outdoor heritage.
DONATIONS to: Council for National Parks, [address removed]
by Alistair Cooke
from the Salvation Army Citadel, Manchester, led by Major David Jones. I Know a Fount; There Is a Name; Great Big Beautiful World; Oh
Happy Day; Psalm 139; Shine, Jesus, Shine; Psalm 8: Majesty and Glory; All Creatures of Our God and King.
Omnibus edition. Director Niall Fraser
A personal review of the current magazines and periodicals by Maureen O'Connor. Producer Dennis Sewell
Presented by Margaret Howard
Another chance to hear Oxford Professor of Poetry, Seamus Heaney , in conversation with Sue Lawley, and choosing eight gramophone records to take with him to his desert island.
Producer Olivia Seligman
Presented by Gordon Clough Editor Roger Mosey
A second visit to the National Garden Festival at Gateshead, where members of the audience in the Arena put their queries to
Dr Stefan Buczacki , Fred Downham and Daphne Ledward.
Chairman Clay Jones. Producer Diana Stenson
0 WRITE to: Gardeners' Question Time, BBC, PO Box 27, Manchester M60 ISJ
One Sunday afternoon, two men are sitting in a suburban garden. The laughter of their wives coming from the house at first irritates them then, by degrees, unsettles them....
A dark comedy by Mike Wall.
Director Jeremy Mortimer Stereo (R)
Surrounded by ancient folklore and superstition, the magpie is now hunted as a pest.
Lionel Kelleway unravels the mythology behind it. Producer Paul Evans
Another chance to hear the 25th anniversary edition of the classic comedy show.
With Tim Brooke-Taylor John Cleese
Jo Kendall and Bill Oddie. Music Dave Lee
Producer Richard Willcox. Stereo (First broadcast on Radio 2)
The last of six portraits of great radio figures. Nothing is Wasted
A P Herbert - writer, politician, lyricist - loathed hypocrisy and pursued a variety of commonsense causes.
Charles Kennedy explores his life and times.
Ten tales of 60s life on the road read by Anton Rodgers.
Written by Barry Pilton.
9: Night on a Hot Mountain Climbing the volcano on the island of Stromboli at night leads to experiences sublime and ridiculous.
Producer Louise Purslow. Stereo
Ray Gosling visits four of Britain's manufacturing communities.
2: Ebbw Vale
A nationalised steel industry once kept the valley's inhabitants in jobs. Now it's a slimmed-down operation producing tin plate.
Presented by Julie Mayer from the River Thames.
Including part 6 of The Last Vampire by Willis Hall , read by Victoria Wood , and part 10 of E Nesbit's The House of Arden with Penelope Keith.
Producer Julia Brooke. Stereo
Edward Blishen invites
Andrea Newman and Tom Crabtree to choose fourpaperbacks.
The New Zealand
Snowstorm of 1867 Written by Lady Barker. Reader Danielle Alan.
Producer David Benedictus (R)
Fergus Keeling and Jessica Holm investigate the chiton, an inconspicuous mollusc that lurks under the stones on the seashore.
Peter Hawkins introduces the story of the National
Spinsters' Pensions Movement and its formidable founder, Florence White.
Readers Ann Aris , Ann Rye and Robert Whelan.
A lighthearted quizzical investigation of science. Chairman Michael Scott. Producer Louise Dalziel Stereo (R)
Canon Frank Wright explores four plays on the theme of goodness and the good person. 3: The Good Person of Sichuan by Bertolt Brecht.
Producer Alastair Simmons Stereo