Immortal, Invisible, God Only Wise (St Denio, BBCHB10);
Reading: Romans 8, vv 31-39; Be Still My Soul (Finlandia); I Cannot Tell Why He Whom Angels Worship
With the BBC Singers directed by Leslie Olive. Stereo
Six programmes in which Madhur Jaffrey examines how the food and cookery of different cultures and civilisations have developed over 6,000 years.
5: Food and Industry Eating and shopping have changed considerably over two centuries, but even more remarkably over the last two decades, Improved transport and supply are mainly responsible for how well most people are eating today.
Producer Jenny Lo. Stereo
Natalie Wheen looks at pictures from the remote country of Uzbekistan in the USSR; reviews the new play by David Edgar at the National Theatre, which is set in the banqueting hall of an East European palace in late 1989; and listens to the poetry and music of Jean Binta Breeze. Producer Tessa Watt Stereo
This week's panel: Rt Hon
Malcolm Rifkind , QC, MP, Secretary of State for Scotland;
Tom Sawyer , Deputy General Secretary of NUPE and member of the Labour Party National Executive Committee; Paul Wilkinson ,
Professor of International
Relations, University of St Andrews; Marjorie Thomson , Vice
Chairperson of CND.
From South Queensferry, Scotland. Chairman
Jonathan Dimbleby. Producer Anna Carragher
Jeanne Moreau , the distinguished French actress, whose career spans over 40 years from The Lovers in 1959 to this year's Nikita, gives a rare interview to Don Allen.
Her best-known roles include Jules et Jim for
Francois Truffaut , and her Wild West sortie with Brigitte Bardot in Viva
Maria. But she is also a talented director, and last year returned to the French stage to great acclaim.
Producer Richard Bannerman Stereo
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