with Marjorie Lofthouse. Producer Jane Ward. Stereo
with Jack Hywel-Davies . Bells on Sunday from
St Paul's Cathedral, Dundee.
with Trevor Barnes and Andrew Green.
Editor David Coomes. including at
the Bishop of Portsmouth, speaks for the Week's Good Cause on behalf of a charity offering a new start to young ex-drug and alcohol abusers. 0 DONATIONS to: Alpha House[address removed]
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Parish Communion from
St Nicholas's Church,
Guisborough, Cleveland. Celebrant the Rector, the Rev Phillip Bishop.
Preacher Bryan Sandford. ASB Rite A Setting:
Martin How. Readings:
Deuteronomy 26, w 1-11; II Corinthians 8, w 1-9; Matthew 5, w 17-26.
Hymns: My Father, for
Another Night (St Timothy);
Here, 0 My Lord (Farley Castle); God Is Here
(Blaenwern); We Are Your People (Whitfield).
Anthem: Greater Love Hath No Man (Ireland). Choirmaster
Organist Ian Miller. Stereo
Director Vanessa Whitburn
with Anne Spackman. Producer Jane Beresford
with Chris Serle.
Klaus Tennstedt talks to Sue Lawley about his life, and chooses eight records. Producer Janet Lee. Stereo
with Nick Clarke.
Editor Roger Mosey
visits Crieff in Scotland where members of the Stratheam Horticultural
Society put their queries to Dr Stefan Buczacki ,
Fred Downham and Sid Robertson. Chairman Clay Jones. Producer Diana Stenson
Larry, the successful novelist, has an ex-wife dropping in on his seminar for amateur writers.
Written by Caryl Phillips.
Director Richard Wortley Stereo
Quick-Slow At the end of the year,
Europe is meant to move forward as member states agree new treaties on political, economic and monetary union. In the first of two programmes, David Walker asks how much convergence has there really been?
Fourth of five programmes in which poets Carol Ann
Duffy, Simon Rae and Fred D'Aguiar judge BBC Radio's Poetry Competition.
Readers Elizabeth Bell and Geoffrey Collins. Producer Alec Reid. Stereo
Mr Speaker , the Rt Hon Bernard Weatherill , MP, retires from Parliament at the next general election. In the second of two programmes he looks at the 'shop' he has lived over for the past eight years - the House of Commons.
Producer Jill Marshall
Roger Worsley goes looking for snakes, and learns the medieval tale of Adam de la Roche.
de la Roche.
Real-life dramas of a small
Hampshire community. Presenter Nigel Farrell. 2: Why was Paul called away unexpectedly from the pub last night?
Six true murder stories, narrated by Nick Ross.
4: The Body in the Trunk For Tony Mancini the prospects of acquittal looked slim in May 1934. But with Norman Birkett defending him, he still had a chance.
Written by John Scotney.
Tony Mancini....PETERHUGO-DALY Norman Birkett. ..... ANTHONY BATE Producer Tim Suter. Stereo
Studies of the strain on working women have now turned interest onto the stress on working men. Stereo
NPW JGBallard talks
NEW about his new novel The Kindness of Women. Nigel Forde meets Isabel Colegate whose novel The Summer of the Royal Visit also explores the retelling of history and he discovers the contents of Brian Johnston 's bookshelf.
Second of two readings from the Netherbow Theatre, Edinburgh, with Robert Crawford , Deborah Randall and Norman MacCaig. Producer Stewart Conn
This week sees the publication of Scarlett, the long-awaited sequel to Gone with the Wind.
Jill Neville travels to
Georgia to explore the life of Margaret Mitchell , the creator of the original Rhett and Scarlett.
Producer Wendy Pilmer
Presenter Jessica Holm.
BBC Correspondents at home and abroad report the main British or foreign topics in this week's news.
Recorded at a recent concert at the Ardhowen
Theatre, Enniskillen, two of Ireland's most exciting young poets, John Kelly and Rita-Ann Higgins , read from their work.
Music by Four Men and a Dog.
Presenter Marie Jones. Producer Pam Bnghton
Bel Mooney talks to six people about the way in which one particular death affected their lives.
1: Biographer and journalist Anne Chisholm discusses her sister, Clare. Producer Beaty Rubens Stereo
The Eye of the Storm The Rev Kenneth Leech
Aldgate, continues his series of reflections from the city streets.
3: Desolation Row
Producer Alastair Simmons. Stereo