with Marjorie Lofthouse. Producer David Bellinger Stereo
with Jack Hywel-Davies . Including Bells on Sunday from St Machar's Cathedral Church of Old
Robert Forster breakfasts in North Wales with Sir
Watkin Williams-Wynn . Producer Carol Trewin
Presented by Christopher Morgan and Trevor Bames.
Editor David Coomes
speaks for the Week's Good Cause about the National Gardens Scheme which raises money for nursing and private charities.
● A book listing 2,800 mostly private gardens is available from bookshops or by sending £2.75 to:
by Alistair Cooke.
Wellsprings of the Spirit
A series of devotional services for Lent which explore themes of personal and practical spirituality. Today's service, the first in the series, comes from the Christian Community at RAF St Mawgan and follows the theme of Discipline.
Led by Station Chaplain, the Rev Brian Stevens.
Exodus 14, vv 10-18; Luke 4, w 1-14.
Omnibus edition. Director Niall Fraser
with Louise Levene.
Producer Dinah Lammiman Stereo
with Chris Serle. Stereo
The Rector of the Royal College of Art, Jocelyn Stevens , talks to Sue Lawley.
Producer Janet Lee. Stereo
with Nick Clarke.
Deputy editor Anne Koch
This week the team visits Manchester, where members of the South
Manchester Federation of Townswomen's Guilds put their questions to Dr Stefan Buczacki , Fred Downham and Daphne Ledward.
Chairman Clay Jones. Producer Diana Stenson
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Gardeners' Question Time, BBC, Box 27, Manchester M60 1SJ
The Last Castrato by Antony George.
Premonitory dreams and obsessions draw an ordinary desk sergeant into an extraordinary crime.
Director Nigel Bryant Stereo
Mr Mirth 's brother:
with Laurie Taylor.
This week: the secret life of the Radio Four continuity announcer.
Producer Emma Selby. Stereo
Peter Haynes investigates whether Western companies should copy Oriental methods.
Four talks in which Martin Wainwright reflects on historical characters united by enthusiasm verging on obsession. Today: John 'Pudding' Wroe, the 18th-Century Yorkshire prophet who tried unsuccessfully to part the waters of Bradford's River Aire. Producer Wendy Pilmer
To celebrate International Women's Day, Christine Crawley MEP goes to Strasbourg to meet the European women working both in the city and Parliament towards social and political change.
Six programmes in which Patrick Hannan tries to bridge the gap between what people say and what they mean.
1: What everybody else knows.
with Chris Dunkley.
Deadline for the Dark Continent
Africa is sliding backwards in every aspect of human development. Corruption and inefficiency have squandered benefits from the West. In the third of four programmes, Michael Buerk looks at the demands donor countries are now making on African governments - demands that imply prosperity can be achieved via the ballot box. Producer Sue Davies
Described by Edmund Burke as "the woman of fashion of all ages", Mary Delaney was one of the most engaging personalities of the 18th century. Nigel Forde explores her life, and the continuing influence of her artistic talent.
The State of Tennessee v
John Thomas Scopes adapted from the original transcripts by Peter Goodchild , and recorded in Hollywood. With Tyne Daly ,
Edward Asner and Charles Durning.
In 1925, in the small town of Dayton, a young schoolmaster was indicted for teaching Darwin's Theory of Evolution, because "it denied the story of the Divine
Creation as taught in the Bible". Fundamentalists and Evolutionists soon locked antlers.
Narrator Tyne Daly.
Producer Susan Loewenberg and Martin Jenkins
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William Jennings Bryan:
A G Hays:
A lifetime ambition is realised when Trader
Faulkner joins a million
Spanish pilgrims on their journey to the Andalusian village of Rocio. Producer Mick Webb
Presented by Patrick Bartlett.
Producer Charles Sigler
A series of seven talks for
Lent and Easter in which women reflect on themes from the Apostles' Creed. 1: 1 Believe
Presented by Professor Ursula King.
Producer Guli Francis-Deh qani Stereo