with Marjorie Lofthouse. Producer Jane Ward. Stereo
with Jack Hywel-Davies . Bells on Sunday from
St Mary, Lymm, Cheshire. Stereo
What effect will the Single Market have on Britain's farmers?
Producer Carol Trewin
with Christopher Morgan and Andrew Green.
Editor David Coomes including at
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Sung Parish Eucharist (ASB Rite A) from the Church of St Martin with St Peter, Worcester.
Celebrant and Preacher
The Rev Michael Lewis.
Hymns (NEH): As with Gladness (47); Bethlehem, of Noblest Cities (48);
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Communion Setting: The Wiltshire Service (Richard Shephard ). Anthem: 0 Jesu Most Kind (Scheidt/Bach). Readings: Isaiah 49, w 1-6 (NEB); Matthew 2, w 1-12 (RSV). Director of Music Trevor Tipple.
Omnibus edition. Director Joanna Toye
with Hugh Prysor-Jones . Producer Dinah Lammiman
Chris Serle and his guests choose their favourite broadcasting moments of 1991. (Stereo)
Writer A SByatt talks to Sue Lawley.
Producer Olivia Seligman. Stereo
with Nick Clarke.
Deputy editor Anne Koch
This week the team visits
Alfriston in East Sussex, where members of the Cuckmere Valley
Horticulture Society put their queries to Dr Stefan Buczacki , Fred Downham and Sue Phillips.
Chairman Clay Jones. Producer Diana Stenson
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By Royal Appointment The third of John Wyke 's Hanoverian trilogy.
A young Welsh soldier crosses the rigid barriers of rank and class - and pays a heavy penalty.
Director Enyd Williams. Stereo
Capt Charles Jones:
Angharad (his sister):
Duke of Cumberland:
Prince of Wales:
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David Presswell dons doublet and hose and joins the re-creation of a household in Tudor England. At first all is peaceful, butter is being churned, beer brewed and wool spun, but then Matt the Archer is caught in flagrante delictowith
Master Pooley's wife.... Producer Kate McAll Stereo
Four programmes in which Martin Wainwright joins a party of entomologists on the Indonesian island of Sulawesi - and, in the process, realises a childhood dream.
2: Martin learns not to go abroad without a Travel Card.
A three-part journey round the Channel Islands with Cliff Michelmore.
2: The coastlines of Sark, Herm and Alderney.
Producer Anthony Smith. Stereo
Four enthusiasts recount the pleasures of collecting. 2: Tony Currie and his collection of past editions of the Radio Times.
Producer Michael Shaw
Six programmes in which Nigel Farrell follows the day-to-day triumphs and tragedies of a small rural community.
2: The national press visit the village, and it's Tony's housekeeper Maureen they're looking for....
More and more shop assistants are now trained to be courteous at work.
In the fourth of six programmes, Nigel Rees asks: do customers like the results? And are business manners more likely to improve during recession? Producer Sallie Davies
Where does a world-weary environmental broadcaster go to forget about his problems - a restaurant? Fergus Keeling reports. With Peter Jones , Christian Rodska , Cornelius Garrett and Carol Jahme. Producer Mary Colwell
Nigel Forde meets Rosamunde Pilcher, whose The Shell Seekers has sold more than three million copies in paperback.
NEW Another four programmes of conversation and music with June Knox-Mawer. 1: Itzhak Perlman is one of the world's leading violinists, in spite of a crippling attack of polio when he was 4 years old. He talks about his career, which took off at the age of 13 and moved from Israel to America, and introduces his recordings of a Scott Joplinragandofthe
Glazunov Violin Concerto.
Producer Derek Drescher. Stereo
Life under stress and cold temperatures. Presented by Jessica Holm.
"All the love that has gone into these letters should keep us warm and strong all the rest of our lives."
Patricia Routledge reads a collection of wartime letters from Phyl Fry to her husband Christopher. Producer Jane Morgan Stereo
Kim Hitch , from a parish in New Cross, and Stuart Hacking , from a parish in a northern pit village, talk about their work and their faith to Martyn Wiley. Producer Dave Sheasby Stereo
Looking Forward John Cole and Colin Semper look forward to discover signs of hope in the year ahead.
Producer Noel Vincent. Stereo
The late evening Office of Compline. Stereo