with Marjorie Lofthouse. Producer Jane Ward. Stereo
with Jack Hywel-Davies . Bells on Sunday from the Church of St Giles,
Is there a middle road between organic and conventional farming methods? Robert Forster finds out when he meets
Conservation Grade farmers Robert and Frances Law. Producer Carol Trewin
with Alison Hilliard and Andrew Green.
Producer Christine Morgan. Stereo including at
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Living in the Kingdom The third of four services for Advent. Today: Living in the Kingdom with Love. Parish Communion from St Anne's Parish Church,
Stanley, in Liverpool (ASB Rite A, sung to the St Alban's setting by Malcolm Archer ). Celebrant and preacher: the Bishop of Liverpool, the Rt Rev David Sheppard , assisted by the Rev Myles Davies.
Readings: Philippians 4, w 4-9;Matthewll,w2-15. Hymns (A and M, NS): The King of Love (126); Psalm 126; Let All Mortal Flesh (256); Lo, He Comes with Clouds Descending (28).
Anthem: Love Came Down at Christmas (
Neil Cartwright ). Director of Music Geoffrey Williams. Organist Titus Gibson.
Director Niall Fraser
with Martin Wainwright. Producer Dinah Lammiman. Stereo
with Chris Serle.
Dame Ninette de Valois, founder of the Royal
Ballet, talks to Sue Lawley. Producer Olivia Seligman Stereo
with Nick Clarke.
Deputy editor Anne Koch
visits Over Haddon in Derbyshire where the Over Haddon Village Hall Committee put their queries to
Dr Stefan Buczacki , Fred Downham and Daphne Ledward. Chairman Clay Jones. Producer Diana Stenson
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All the Uncrowned
Heads of Europe
Maurice Leitch's new play focuses on a dying tradition of travelling theatre in Ireland during the late 1960s. Lax borders suddenly become battle zones and a way of life is threatened with extinction.
Pianist Mary Nash.
Director Ned Chaillet. Stereo
The last of the present series. As Radio
Luxembourg prepares to broadcast by satellite only, Laurie Taylor celebrates 58 years of the Teen and Twenty Disc Club, the Ovaltinies, and Fabulous 208. Producer Nick Ware. Stereo
Blurry Works at Hurdles Ford
The River Liffey cuts its way through Dublin, a city defined by its contradictions. Writer
Fintan O'Toole unravels the conflicts to reveal his city as it attempts to hurdle the ford between its past and its future.
Producer Mary Price
In the last programme from the Galway Festival, Moya Cannon reads some of her poetry. Presented by Carol Ann Duffy. Producers Alec Reid and Michael Adams. Stereo
As vice-chairman of the sporting charity SPARKS, the goal of BBC soccer analyst Jimmy Hill is to raise as much money as possible for medical research. Today he visits the Tonyjacklin Pro-Cel-Am golf tournament at the Deeside Club in Aberdeen.
Producer Jill Marshall
Six journeys by Barry Pilton in which he discovers the bizarre as well as the comic.
Read by Anton Rodgers. 5: Men from Marches Flying saucers are not found in wacky California or the war-torn Middle
East, but in domestic surroundings.
Producer Louise Purslow
with Chris Dunkley.
Is it polite to breastfeed in public? Should men open doors for women? And is it the done thing to take a call from your mobile phone while entertaining clients? In the first of six programmes, Nigel Rees discusses such late
20th-century dilemmas and asks whether manners have changed.
Producer Sallie Davies (Rpt;
John Ingamells , director of London's Wallace Collection, and Bob, Harold, John and Bill, four of the gallery attendants, introduce the Laughing Cavalier, a Flemish rainbow, a Spanish dragon, a French voyeur and a riot of human flesh.
Producers Davena Briggs and Piers Plowright. Stereo
Nigel Forde explores how novelists past and present have reflected social change in the family.
Listeners investigate life's problems and quirks with the help of Susan Marling and the Punters team.
The fifth of six great
English language essays. The Art of Donald McGill George Orwell enjoys the vulgarity of English comic postcards in 1941. Read by John Rowe. Adapted by Stuart Griffiths Producer Richard Wortley
A Life in Letters and Music
Last of four programmes written by Stanley Sadie.
And the Candle Went Out!
"Mozart was an extremely eccentric and absent-minded young man, but not without a certain spirit and pride, very popular with the ladies, in spite of his small stature. He had a most unusual face and could cast a spell on any woman with his eyes." (LuigiBassi) Stereo
with Patrick Bartlett.
Producer Charles Sigler
Faith in the Future
In the fourth of five programmes, Martin Palmer looks at Christian attitudes to the environmental issues which face the world and asks how people of faith can influence future thinking. New Heaven, New Earth Producer Noel Vincent. Stereo