With Marjorie Lofthouse. Producer Jane Ward. Stereo
With Jack Hywel-Davies . Bells on Sunday from St Mary the Virgin, Witney, Oxon. Stereo
Conversation from the heart of the British countryside. Producer Carol Trewin
With Trevor Barnes and Alison Hilliard. Editor David Coomes including at
speaks for the Week's Good Cause on behalf of an organisation that provides a continuing programme of help to adopting and birth Parents, and to their children. ● DONATIONS to: Independent Adoption Service, [address removed]
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by Alistair Cooke.
Giving in the Kingdom
The final Advent service: Living in the Kingdom in Unity. From the shared church of St Basil and All Saints, Hough Green, Widnes.
Led by Archbishop
Bishop David Sheppard and Dr John Newton.
Readings: Isaiah 9, w 1-5,
7 and John 1, v 1-5, 9-14.
Hymns: O' Little Town of Bethlehem; Hark! a Herald Voice Is Calling; Love
Divine, All Loves Excelling; Come, Lord Jesus, Come; Tell Out, My Soul.
Director Vanessa Whitburn
with Hugh Prysor Jones.
Producer Dinah Lammiman. Stereo
with Chris Serle.
Actor Gorden Kaye is Sue Lawley's castaway. Producer Janet Lee. Stereo
with Roger Hearing. Deputy editor Anne Koch
visits West Sussex where members of Wisborough Green Horticultural
Society put their queries to Dr Stefan Buczacki ,
Fred Downham and Sue Phillips. Chairman Clay Jones. Producer Diana Stenson
Six plays presented by Sir
Charles Crawford , actor/ manager of Sadler's Wells Theatre in 1899, assisted by his stage manager.
With Michael Hordem as Sir Charles Crawford and Ronald Herdman as the stage manager. 1: Trelawny
A musical adaptation of Arthur Wing Pinero's Trelawnyofthe Wells.
With the BBC Singers.
Music producer Chris de Souza Adapted by Aubrey Woods.
George Rowell and Julian Slade
Director Ian Cotterell. Stereo (A Woman of No Importance, tomorrow 2.00pm) 0 DRAMA: page 8
Mr Ferdinand Gadd:
Mr Augustus Colpoys:
Mr Tom Wrench:
Miss Rose Trelawny:
Miss Avonia Bunn
Vice Chancellor Sir William Gower:
Miss Trafalgar Gower:
Captain de Foenix:
Dulcie Domum and Winston put in festive appearances when Edward Blishen invites Sue Limb and Peter Tinniswood to choose four favourite paperbacks.
Producer Susan Roberts. Stereo
Ludovic Kennedy joins Scottish cookery writer Claire Macdonald as she selects her ingredients for a perfect Christmas on the Isle of Skye. Producer Jill Marshall
The last of Barry Pilton 's six journeys, read by Anton Rodgers. Pistachio Now!
In Ankara, a dangerous mission to obtain.... ice cream?
Producer Louise Purslow
Last in the present series with Chris Dunkley.
In the second of six programmes, Nigel Rees discovers what kind of bad behaviour is annoying, ponders the art of saying "thank you" and looks at driving, kissing and swearing.
Producer Sallie Davies
In 1891, Sir Hugh Munro published his tables of Scottish mountains over
3,000 feet. Since then,
"bagging" the 277 Munros has become an obsession with many hillwalkers.
Cameron McNeish talks to some of the enthusiasts who head for the hills come sun, snow, wind or rain.
Nigel Forde hosts two celebrity teams of writers in literary games for
Christmas. The guests include Clare Francis and John Mortimer.
The last in the series in which listeners report on a variety of issues, with the help of Susan Marling and the Puntersteam.
The last of six great
English language essays.
England, Whose England? In the mid-1960s, Malcolm Muggeridge surveyed with mordant wit the decline of England over the preceding half-century. Reader Hugh Dickson. Abridged by Stuart Griffiths
Producer Richard Wortley. Stereo
A special edition from
Dartmoor of poetry and writing with roots in nature.
BBC correspondents at home and abroad report on one of the main British or foreign topics in this week's news.
Casanova shared many of Mozart's friends in Prague and knew his librettist, da Ponte, well. Mysteriously, after his death, a sketch for a redrafted scene from
Mozart's opera was discovered among Casanova's papers.
Written by Kate Fenton with music by Mozart.
A report on Parliament's Select Committees.
Presented by Tim Fenton. Producer Charles Sigler
Words and music for Sunday night.
Faith in the Future
Martin Palmer concludes his look at Christian influence on future trends in society with a look at issues in the arts, education and media.
What Medium, What Message?
Producer Noel Vincent. Stereo