with Marjorie Lofthouse. Producer Jane Ward. Stereo
with Jack Hywel-Davies including
Bells on Sunday from
St John's Church, Chester. Stereo
Wholesale Society is
Britain's biggest farmer. CWS Chief Executive
Sir Dennis Landau talks to Anthony Rosen. Producer Carol Trewin
with Alison Hilliard and Trevor Barnes.
Editor David Coomes including at
speaks for the Week's Good Cause on behalf of the Greater London Association of Disabled People.
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In the opening service of the Wirral International
Jazz Festival, Tony Davis and Angela Christian join the Merseysippi Jazz Band in St Hilary's Church,
Wallasey. Led by the Rev Richard Orton. Preacher: the Rev Wesley Rooney.
Psalm 150; Joshua 1; Luke
14, w 7-14; The Old Rugged Cross; Closer
Walk; Joshua Fit the Battle of Jericho; Journey to the Sky; Two Little Fishes; Amazing Grace.
Director Niall Fraser
with Martin Wainwright. Producer Jane Beresford
with Chris Serle.
Cricketer Imran Khan is
Sue Lawley's castaway. Producer Janet Lee. Stereo
with Susannah Simons.
Editor Roger Mosey
This week the team visits
Bimam in Scotland where members of the Dunkeld and Birnam Horticultural Society put their questions to Dr Stefan Buczacki , Fred Downham and Sid Robertson.
Chairman Clay Jones. Producer Diana Stenson
Lea and Renata
When Renata walks out on 30 years of domestic responsibility, her family is left in a state of shock, particularly Lea.
Written by Jane Beeson.
Pianist Stuart Hutchinson.
Director Cneny Cookson. Stereo
The first of 11 programmes from the Galway Festival features the poetry of Eithne Strong. And Carol Ann Duffy talks to festival organisers Liz McAvoy and Michael Higgins. Producers Alec Reid and Michael Adams. Stereo
Train enthusiast Ludovic Kennedy heads for Skye on the scenic West Highland Line.
Producer Jill Marshall
What do snails have to do with dragons? Roger Worsley explains.
Producer Helen Odams
The real-life dramas of a small Hampshire community, presented by Nigel Farrell in eight programmes.
4: Plans for the by-pass are on display in the village....
The last of six murder cases narrated by Nick Ross.
The New Year Nightmare The celebrations are hardly over when Jean Constable's body is found and the police inquiry begins. Written by John Scotney.
With David Bannerman, Timothy Bates, James Greene, Emma Gregory, Jenny Howe, Joanna Myers, Michael Turner and Angus Wright.
Producer Mark Savage. Stereo
Ferocious competition is forcing firms to slash the amount of time it takes them to bring new products to market. Peter Day reports on a management revolution in the making.
Nigel Forde gives the lowdown on footnotes; and Colin Thubron on the books he takes travelling. Also Frankfurt on the eve of the book fair.
Dylan Winter continues his six-week journey down the English-Welsh border.
2: Mrs Da vies has a crisis with a calving cow and Dylan lends a hand. A mud bath for Kate and Molly and a confrontation with a bunch of militant pensioners. Producer Brian King. Stereo
In the second of six programmes, Hugh Sykes travels to rural Dyfed to meet Thelma and Gwynfor Adams , who hope that their wide range of Caws Cenarth farmhouse cheeses, on sale in Harrods, will bring home the £10,000 award. By a busy Midlands motorway, Glyn Roberts , in the £5,000 category, explains how his Traffic 2000 speed sensors are set to bring motorists to their senses.
Producers Maria Williams and Gwyn Richards
Jessica Holm with current events in the living world.
BBC correspondents at home and abroad.
A celebration of 30 years of Private Eye magazine.
Featuring Richard Ingrams, Peter Cook, Dudley Moore, John Wells, Barry Humphries, Ian Hislop, Auberon Waugh, Willie Rushton, Desmond Wilcox, Derek Jameson and others.
Bel Mooney talks to six people about the way in which one particular death affected their lives.
3: Anna Haycroft , better known as the writer
Alice Thomas Ellis , wrote her second novel after the death of her sonjoshua.
Producer Beaty Rubens. Stereo
The Rt Rev Peter Firth presents the first of four reflections on the poetry of RS Thomas.
The Place Where
Readers June Barrie and Brian Gear.
Producer Alison Bogle. Stereo
The late evening Office of Compline. Stereo