with Marjorie Lofthouse.
Producer David Bellinger. Stereo
with Jack Hywel-Davies . Including Bells On
Sunday, from St Woolos
Cathedral, Newport, Gwent. Stereo
with Trevor Barnes and Christopher Morgan. Editor David Coomes
speaks for the Week's Good Cause about the Handicapped Adventure Playground Association. ●DONATIONS to:[address removed]
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by Alistair Cooke.
From St Paul 's Methodist Centre, Aberystwyth, led by the Rev Peter Barber. Preacher: the Rev Donald Knighton , chairman of the South Wales District of the Methodist Church. Crown
Him with Many Thorns; Hail, Thou once Despised Jesus; Earth, Rejoice, Our Lord Is King!; We Have a Gospel to Proclaim; Psalm 150; Ephesians 4: w 1-8; Luke 24: w 44-53.
Organist Gordon Appleton.
Director Vanessa Whitburn
with Louise Levene.
Producer Dinah Lammiman. Stereo
with Chris Serle.
Producer Piers Plowright. Stereo
Actress Prunella Scales is Sue Lawley's castaway. Producer Olivia Seligman Stereo
with Susannah Simons.
This week the team visits York, where members of the Yorkshire
Philosophical Society 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, PO Box 27. Manchester M60 1SJ
The Fen Story
The Danish invasion of England in 892 was only the ill-planned enterprise of an army that had been defeated on the Continent.
But a sentence in the Anglo-Saxon Chronicle brings the chronicler,
Brother John , into direct conflict with the King's Ealdorman. Written by Adam Thorpe.
Other parts played by Andrew Wincott.
Anglo-Saxon Chronicle translated by G N Garmonsway.
Music composed and played by Martin Best.
Musician: Lucie Skeaping.
Director Jeremy Mortimer. Stereo
Europe In A Major Key? David Walker chairs a discussion on the kind of lead Britain should offer when it takes over the presidency of the European Community in July.
New Zealand author
Margaret Mahy talks to Michael Rosen.
Producer Jill Burridge
Jeffrey Bernard, Daniel Farson, Norman Balon and Ruby Venezuela help George Melly in his search for the Soho of the 1950s.
Producer Kerry McGeever
What does a teenager do in a quiet, Scottish country town? Scottish humorist
John McKay remembers the importance of the powers of darkness, in the third of six programmes. Producer Noah Richler
with Chris Dunkley.
The world of Lewis Carroll and Rev Charles Dodgson. One, the whimsical creator of Alice, the other a shy, retiring Oxford don.
One and the same man, portrayed by Alan Bennett and David Collings.
5: Do None But Actors Ever Wear a Mask?
Compiled by Michael Bakewell Music: Steven Faux
Director Rosemary Hart. Stereo
Mike Wooldridge , BBC Religious Affairs
Correspondent, meets adherents of the major religious traditions. 2: The Muslims
Over a million Muslims represent what is now
Britain's second-strongest faith, confronting what they see as the materialism and spiritual bankruptcy of Western society. Yet Muslims themselves are divided on what is essential to Islam.
Producer Norman Winter. Stereo
A small market town at the foot of the Black
Mountains on the England-Wales border has become the home for one of Britain's most exciting literary festivals.
Nigel Forde reports from Hay-on-Wye on the legacy of local writers Kilvert and David Jones , and with international stars Amos Oz and Simon Schama discusses the role of history in writing.
June Knox-Mawer talks to young Japanese violinist
Midori, who introduces her records of music by Paganini, Dvorak,
Debussy and Bach - the Double Concerto.
Producer Derek Drescher. Stereo
The United Nations Earth Summit starts next week in Brazil. Jessica Holm looks at its importance.
On the eve of the Rio
Conference, Colin Tudge , with reports from Kenya, Thailand and the USA, looks at political, religious and environemtnal sensitivities and asks whether population growth is the problem behind the Earth's destruction.
Producer John Ruthven
with Simon Hoggart. Producer Brian King
Words and Music for Sunday Evening
Dr Kenneth Stevenson , secretary of the Liturgical Committee in the Guildford Diocese, traces the history of the Compline office and explains its significance. The office is sung in Latin by the Chapel Choir of Bramdean School in Exeter.
Producer Noel Vincent. Stereo