Presented and produced by Richard Sanders.
James Whitbourn in conversation with a special guest.
Producer Christine Morgan
with Sue MacGregor and Chris Lowe.
7.20 Listeners' Letters
7.25, 8.25 Sports News
7.45 Thought for the Day with Rev David Winter.
with Cliff Morgan. Producer Pat Thornton
Presented by Pete McCarthy.
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Ned Sherrin hosts an hour of live interjections from Arthur Smith ,
Annabel Giles and Victoria Mather. Producer Ian Gardhouse. Stereo
Peter Jenkins , the Associate Editor of The
Independent, presents a personal view of a week in the life of MPs and peers. Producer Dennis Sewell
BBC correspondents around the world give a personal view of their host countries.
Producer Geoff Spink
with Alison Mitchell.
The antidote to panel games. In the chair: Humphrey Lyttelton.
Round the table:
Willie Rushton, Tim Brooke-Taylor, Graeme Garden and Barry Cryer.
On the piano: Colin Sell. Producer Jon Naismith. Stereo
Carmen Callil, publisher;
Sir Peter Hall, theatre director;
Archbishop Trevor Huddleston, President of the Anti-Apartheid Movement;
and Sir Crispin Tickell, Warden of Green College, Oxford.
From Cuckfield, West Sussex.
And at 2.00pm
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A Canticle for Leibowitz by Walter M Miller Jr.
Six hundred years after the nuclear holocaust a group of monks struggle to preserve the remnant of humanity's scientific knowledge.
Music by David Dorward , sung by Cappella Nova and directed by Alan Tavener.
Dramatised by Donald Campbell Director Hamish Wilson. Stereo
Walter M Miller
The third of four programmes in which Dr David Cook discusses a particular medical dilemma with the doctor and the patient.
Fifteen years ago Stephen donated one of his kidneys to his sister. Her body rejected the organ and now his one good kidney is failing. What are the risks of live donations, and how do Stephen, his sister and the surgeon feel now? Producer Alison Bogle
Can computers predict how people will behave? Alun Lewis tests a new system for assessing the safety of escape routes in complex situations, from oil rigs to an underground station. And how rainmakers in Plymouth are tackling desertification in the Mediterranean.
Producer Ruth Linton
With only a pair of chestnut cart-horses and a barn full of old farm machinery, Paul Heiney has been ploughing, sowing, reaping and mowing his small Suffolk farm for the last two years. This 12-part series follows a year in his life, meeting the many characters who offer him advice, and sharing the sweat, toil, frustration and joy that accompany his search to become a son of the soil.
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Topical discussion show in which Patrick Hannan and his guests take a sceptical look at the week's events. producer Richard Thomas
A satirical look back at the week's news with the Week Ending team. Stereo
with Robert Robinson.
Animated table talk inspired by current public and private preoccupations.
Producer Ronni Davis
The Richard Eyre
Interview Paul Allen talks to Richard Eyre , Artistic Director of the Royal National
Theatre for the last three and a half years- where he was Sir Peter Hall 's chosen successor. Eyre is heading the National Theatre at a time when sell-out productions such as his own Murmuring Judges and Night of the Iguana - just the latest two of his nine plays in the last three years - are turning people away.
Producer Nicki Paxman. Stereo
Colin Haydn Evans' two-part serial tells the true story of Lawrence of Arabia. 2: "Lawrence wants his
Arabs to take Damascus - wants them there first."
Director Nigel Bryant. Stereo
Auda abu Tayi:
Novelists in conversation with Rosemary Hartill. 1: Susan Howatch.
Presented by Brian Kay.
Producer Sarah Devonald. Stereo
with the Rev Dr John Sentamu. Stereo
This May, Buxton Opera House hosted the first UK Festival of Musicals - a festival which aims to find and promote new shows. Peter Hawkins has been following the Festival, from the original 491 shows submitted to the final ten.
Producer Amanda Mares
Bernard Braden ambles through the world of transatlantic humour in a series of six programmes. 4: Health and Efficiency. Producer Edward Taylor Stereo
with the international pianists Peter Donohoe and Martin Roscoe.
Simon Brett presents diary extracts for 5th June.
Hester Thrale dishes the dirt; James Boswell has a lie-in after a heavy night; and Samuel Pepys has a night out with the lads.
Readers are Sean Barrett and Lin Sagovsky. Stereo