Farming and the new food safety rules. Producer Tim Fmney
with James Whitbourn.
with John Humphrys and Chris Lowe.
7.20 Listeners' Letters
7.25, 8.25 Sports News
7.45 Thought for the Day with Rev
Dr Leslie Griffiths.
Editor Philip Harding
Presented by Cliff Morgan.
Ken Bruce explores
Dublin, European City of Culture for 1991, complete with a literary pub crawl, a critical view of the city's skyline and the local tones of Gay Byrne.
Producer Sara Jane Hall
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Ned Sherrin hosts an hour of live interjections from the likes of Rowland
Rivron, Victoria Mather and Dylan Winter. Stereo
Robin Oakley , Political Editor of The Times, presents a personal view of a week in the life of MPs and peers.
Producer Dennis Sewell
The series that looks behind the headlines and talks to the people of Europe. Presented by Max Easterman.
Editor Jolyon Monson
with Louise Botting and Vincent Duggleby. Producer Frances Macdonald
Barry Took quizzes
Richard Ingrams and Alan Coren and their guests on the week's news. Producer Diane Messias
This week's panel:
Rt Hon David Hunt ,
MP, Joan Ruddock , MP, Alan Watkins and Alex Carlile , QC, MP. From Bodelwyddan, Wales. Chairman
Jonathan Dimbleby. and at 2.00pm
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Call Jonathan Dimbleby with views on the issues raised in Any Questions? Producers Anna Carragher and Nick Ware
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The Best of Friends A celebration of the extraordinary friendship between a bookish but worldly 'man of no set creed', a nun of great intelligence, charm and unshakable faith, and a mischievous and irreverent playwright. Written by Hugh Whitemore.
Director John Theocharis. Stereo
Sir Sydney Cockerell:
Dame Laurentia McLachlan:
George Bernard Shau':
The Power to Succeed or Fail?
Energy is the issue that today drives nations apart and causes wars - yet the first use of natural energy in Europe brought people together. In the fourth of five programmes,
Peter France traces the discovery of natural energy and asks - what has changed? Producer Mary Colwell
Scorching sun, tropical timber and big bees: in a special programme from Central America, researchers explain the problems of the tropical dry forest. Presented by Colin Hughes. Producer Julia Durbin
Sue MacGregor's guest is the artist and illustrator
Helen Houlston , whose work comments on contemporary society as seen from her village fastness in Blanchland.
Cool, calm, collected, choral. A foot-tapping look behind the V-neck.... Commentary written by Peter Baynham and Barry Atkins
Director Adrian Bean. Stereo
with Robert Robinson.
Animated table talk inspired by current public and private preoccupations. Producer Michael Ember. Stereo
A two-part adaptation of Maria Edgeworth 's epic saga of an Anglo-Irish family, published in 1812. 1: Lady Clonbrony, determined to be accepted by fashionable London society, has sunk her family into debt to the moneylender Mordecai. She wants her son to make a good marriage, but his affections are not to be bought.
With Fraser Kerr , Danielle Allan , Emma Gregory , Jenny Howe , Elizabeth Kelly , Auriol Smith , Ian Lindsay and Andrew Wincott.
Adapted by Nick McCarty
Producer Claire Grove. Stereo
Sir Terence O'Fay:
Sir James Brooke:
Dark Nights on Broadway
In New York, the heartland of American theatre is fighting for survival. On Broadway, theatres are dark or being replaced by offices, and actors are joining the exodus from the crime and crack ravaged city. When the theatre on the streets is so intense what can play-going offer?
As Miss Saigon arrives from London, native New Yorker Michael Goldfarb returns to the city where he once lived as an actor, and joins the search for a new theatre amid the office blocks and pizza parlours.
Producer Tim Dee. Stereo
More favourite melodies presented by Brian Kay.
Producer Sarah Devonald. Stereo
led by the Rev
Dr Leslie Griffiths. Stereo
Edward Mortimer chairs the discussion programme that challenges its participants to think before they speak. Producer Anne Sloman
In the fourth of six talks by foreign correspondents, Alex Kirby considers life in Egypt's overpopulated capital, and asks whether demography will be the city's undoing.
with Kathryn Stott and Joanna MacGregor , two of the country's most exciting young concert pianists.
Enter a brave new world created and presented by John Dowie , in the second of four programmes.
With Jim Sweeney , Steve Steen , Cathryn Harrison and The Ronnie Golden
Producer Paul Mayhew-Archer Stereo