with Marjorie Lofthouse Producer Jane Ward. Stereo
with Jack Hywel-Davies including
Bells on Sunday from Our Lady of St Nicholas, Liverpool. Stereo
with Oliver Walston Producer Carol Trewin
with Christopher Morgan and Trevor Barnes Editor David Coomes including at
speaks for the Week
Good Cause on behalf of an organisation which helps children and adults with learning difficulties.
The Rathbone Society, Freepost, Manchester Ml 8DR
Credit cards: [number removed]
by Alistair Cooke
from Newtownabbey Methodist Mission, County Antrim.
Conducted by the Rev William Buchanan , President of the Methodist Church in Ireland, assisted by the Rev Edward McDade.
Readings: Psalm 27; Matthew 10, w 1-15;
Hymns: Lord Make Me an Instrument; Angel Voices Ever Singing; Jesus
Where'er Thy People
Meet; Jesus Calls Us; 0 Thou Who Camest from
Above; Anthem: Not with Sword (Carmichael).
Organist and Choirmaster Thomas Brown
Omnibus edition. Director Niall Fraser
with Martin Wainwright Producer Dinah Lammiman
with Margaret Howard
Sue Lawley's castaway this week is the film director Fred Zinnemann. With films such as High Noon, From Here to
Eternity, Oklahoma! and A Man for All Seasons to his name, he will be contemplating a life of island exile with no films, and just eight gramophone records for consolation.
Producer Olivia Seligman. Stereo
with Nick Clarke Editor Roger Mosey
This week Clay Jones digs into the postbag, and calls on Dr Stefan Buczacki , Fred Downham and Daphne Ledward to solve gardening problems sent in by listeners.
Producer Diana Stenson
0 QUESTIONS on postcards only: 'Gardeners' Question Time'. BBC. PO Box 27. Manchester M60 1SJ
0 FACTLINE: [number removed]
Susan Hill 's tale of the 'strange meeting' of two young subalterns in the First World War.
Adapted by Guy Vaesen
Director Richard Wortley. Stereo (R)
Four programmes with John Lloyd.
3: Sowing the Seedcorn A successful modern state must have highly educated workers. Britain competes with Europe but its traditions and attitudes are profoundly different. How should this society act to fight its decline in this crucial area?
Carol Ann Duffy visits the Aldeburgh Poetry Festival.
Producer Alec Reid. Stereo
Forty years ago,
Bermondsey's biscuit factory came under the researching eye of Baroness Seear. Today she again looks at the close dockland community. Producer Lorna Baker
This week Laurence Alster 's attack on the irritations of modern living focuses on car maintenance.
Producer Kate Whitehead (R)
Six programmes in which Annette Kobak invites seasoned travellers to reflect on a past journey. 3: Martha Gellhorn and the Caribbean.
Producer Kate McAII
goes out into the villages, towns and cities of Britain to report on key issues from the perspectives of the men and women most affected by them. Presented by Stephen Beard.
Producer Charles Sigler
An investigation into the popularity of published playscripts; a 'sense of place' in fiction: how do city streets and rural landscapes conjure up mood and atmosphere? Plus Charles Palliser 's new love story. Presented by Nigel Forde.
Employment prospects for disabled people are grim, and it's claimed that costly legislation,
'Quota and Registration', intended to help people into jobs, is a failure and should be abandoned. Is this the answer?
Peter White and Kati Whitaker ask disabled people for their views and question the need for anti-discrimination legislation.
Producer Marlene Pease
The year was 1910, when Dorothy Foster went to France to continue her art studies. Her nephew David Foster selects extracts from her letters home.
With Jane Slavin as Dorothy.
Producer Gillian Hush (R)
Fergus Keeling and Jessica Holm investigate illegal international trade in wildlife.
In the third of six programmes on singers and singing, Elisabeth Soderstrom chooses music to illustrate her contribution to the endless debate on the question: which comes first, the music or the words?
Producer Gillian Hush. Stereo
The last of three programmes in which Jenni Mills talks to families about how they weathered a crisis.
When Sue Smith was only 17, she was diagnosed as having a spinal tumour that would eventually paralyse her.
Producer Sarah Rowlands (R)
God and Gothic
In the third of four talks, Dr George Pattison considers the message medieval art has for the modern church architect.
Producer Alastair Simmons. Stereo
The late evening Office of Compline. Stereo (R)