with Marjorie Lofthouse. Producer Jane Ward. Stereo
with Jack Hywel-Davies including
Bells on Sunday from St John the Baptist, Burford, Oxon. Stereo
with Trevor Barnes and Andrew Green.
Editor David Coomes including at
speaks for the Week's
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by Alistair Cooke.
from West Cliff Baptist Church, Bournemouth, during the Baptist annual assembly. Led by the Rev Raymond Tucker.
Preacher: the Rev
Roy Jenkins , President of the Baptist Union of Great
Britain. 0 For a Thousand
Greatness; Jesus, We Enthrone You; God of Grace and God of Glory; God We Praise You, God
We Bless You; Go Forth and Tell; Isaiah 58, w 1-12; Luke 4, w 16-21. Musical Director
George Bexon. Organist Paul Lavender. Stereo
Director Jane Durrant
A personal review of the current magazines and periodicals by Hugh Prysor-Jones .
Producer Dinah Lammiman
with Margaret Howard. Stereo
Sue Lawley talks to
Dame Shirley Porter , in her last week as controversial leader of Westminster City Council. Producer Ian Gardhouse
with Gordon Clough. Editor Roger Mosey
This week the team visits Brecon in Powys where members of the Brecknock Gardening Association put their queries to Dr Stefan Buczacki , Fred Downham and Sue Phillips.
Chairman Clay Jones. Producer Amanda Mares
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To Die in Africa
As he waits alone through the last tense, terrible hours of the siege of Khartoum, General
Gordon struggles with an enemy - but is that enemy the Mahdi ... or himself?
Written by David Mowat.
Director David Johnstone Stereo
Abd El Keder:
The last of a three-part series assessing the effects of recent major disasters on the people involved. The Officials
Carol Ann Duffy visits the Hull Poetry Festival. Producer Alec Reid. Stereo
In the second of two programmes, writer
Bel Mooney reverts to
'unreconstructed hippie' for an alternative tour of Bath.
Producer Jill Marshall
Nigel Barley completes his five-part anthropological ramble through Indonesia with a Christmas visit to the Goddess of the South Seas.
Producer Mick Webb. Stereo
with Chris Dunkley of The Financial Times.
A two-part exploration by Neville Teller of what
Queen Victoria believed about family life, and why. 1: Victoria's Values
The Queen's own childhood was wretched - which might explain why she took such pains over the upbringing of her favourite son.
Producer Graham Gauld. Stereo
Does Whitehall Mean
The DTI likes to be known as the Department for Enterprise - but is it clear about its role of encouraging business? Since 1979 it's had 12 different Secretaries of State. Peter Day talks to Sir Leon Brittan , Lord Young, Nicholas Ridley and others, about what the DTI is for.
Peter Mayle , author of A Year in Provence, introduces the sequel Toujours Provence;
Joanna Trollope discusses the aims of the Trollope Society; and a browse around the bookshelves of novelist Leslie Thomas.
Presented by Nigel Forde.
Listeners investigate a variety of issues with the help of Susan Marling and the Punters team.
To School Through the Fields: an Irish
Country Childhood Maggie Shevlin reads from Alice Taylor 's account of growing up on a farm in Co Cork, Ireland, in the 1940s. Abridged by Georgina Brown Producer Marilyn Imne
Now that science is such a key part of the National Curriculum many publishers have set out to make the subject more attractive to children.
Judith Hann and Carolyn Dale assess how successful they have been.
When a squirrel has cached a nut for a rainy day, will it be able to find it - or does it rely on luck? Fergus Keeling and Jessica Holm unearth some natural facts.
Professor Anthony Clare and Fr Wilfrid McGreal
0 Carm investigate the psychological and religious origins of guilt; and consider the relationship between anxiety, guilt and morality for the individual, within the Church and society. Stereo
Presented by Peter Hill. Producer Peter Robins
Words and music for
The late evening office of Compline has been a traditional source of spiritual refreshment to many although it is now little used outside monastic communities.
Dr Kenneth Stevenson traces the history of the office and explains its structure and significance. Followed by the office sung in Latin by the Chapel Choir of Bramdean School in Exeter.
Producer Noel Vincent. Stereo