with the Rev Alan Reid Stereo
Presented by Brian Redhead and John Humphrys.
Details as Monday plus:
7.45 Thought for the Day with the Rt Rev
8.40 Yesterday in Parliament
Presented by Libby Purves
Producer Bridget Osborne
Orchards by William Bedford. Lowther's father had planted the apple trees in soil too heavy for them and exposed to the east wind. Now the fruit is rotten and, like his son who now tends them, bruised and yellowed. Read by Joss Ackland.
Producer Peter Kavanagh. Stereo
Thy Kingdom Come, 0 God (St Cecilia, BBC
HB 27); Luke 9, vv 51-62; Blessed Are the Men
Who Fear Him (Elijah); Thou Didst Leave Thy Throne (Margaret).
With the BBC Singers, directed by Barry Rose. Stereo
David Nisbet reports. Producer Liz Carney
Five programmes in which Roger Worsley accompanies the Rev
Brendan O'Malley as he continues a pilgrimage across west Wales. 3: Wine, Women and Song
Producer Kate Fenton
(First broadcast on Radio Wales)
with John Waite
A five-part series marking the birth of key cultural phenomena. 4: Pizza to Go!
Today Nigel Fountain looks at Britain's
'eating-out' revolution. In 1965 Peter Boizot opened his first restaurant, Pizza
Express, in London's
Soho. Twenty-five years on there is a dearth of British food, as people eat burgers, pizza, moussaka, chop suey and chicken tikka.
But were they better off with the Lyons Corner House and El Morocco tearooms? Producer Wendy Pilmer (R)
with James Naughtie
with Jenni Murray.
Serial: Mary Reilly (8)
The fourth of 12 short stories by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle.
A man has been murdered and his son accused of the crime - hardly surprising, since he was found near the scene, covered in blood.
Sir Arthur Conan
Dr John Watson:
Magic and mystery, the past and the supernatural - the landscape of the prolific author Joan Aiken. She talks to
Michael Rosen about her extraordinary and exuberant writing for children.
Producer Jill Burridge
Five programmes exploring special events in people's lives.
3: A Gourmet Meal
Strictly for Singles As the divorce rate increases, so do the number of singles' clubs. Not all members are desperate lonely hearts; some gather and enjoy good food and good company with no strings attached.
Producer Alison Vernon-Smith Stereo (R)
Nigel Andrews turns his head thrice to wonder if Exorcist III was worth the special effects budget, and also discusses
Bertolucci's new film, The Sheltering Sky. Producer Belinda Sample
For six weeks
Hugh Sykes has travelled the UK to profile the 12 young businesses competing for the Radio Times/Radio 4
Enterprise 90 Awards. The keenly awaited moment came in Birmingham last Friday, when the Rt Hon
Neil Kinnock , MP, announced the two companies who receive this year's E10,000 and E5,000 awards.
Series producer Gwyn Richards * SUPPLEMENT: page 51
The Persistence of Faith
Six talks on religion and ethics in a secular society by Rabbi Dr Jonathan Sacks, Chief
Rabbi-elect of the United
Hebrew Congregations of the Commonwealth.
3: The Family
The gradual transformation by which sin becomes immorality, immorality becomes deviance, deviance becomes choice, and all choice becomes legitimate, is a profound redrawing of the moral landscape.
Which is precisely why ideological radicals have focused on the family. Change it and you change humanity.
Presented by Roger White. Stereo
Presented by Alexander MacLeod Stereo
The final part of Vedi by Ved Mehta: The Bird of Freedom
Robert Booth takes a light-hearted look at history with guests Max Hastings ,
Christina Hardyment , Victoria Glendinning and Roy Davies.
Producer Harry Thompson Stereo (R)