with Marjorie Lofthouse.
Producer David Bellinger. Stereo
with Jack Hywel-Davies . Including Bells On Sunday, from St
Margaret's Church, Westminster Abbey, London. Stereo
Robert Forster joins Alan Spedding , Emma Leonard and Dick Jones of the Royal Agricultural
Society, to find out how they are preparing for this week's Royal Show. Producer Carol Trewin
with Alison Hilliard and Andrew Green. Editor David Coomes
speaks for the Week's Good Cause about the work of Health Unlimited, which sets up lasting and effective healthcare systems in remote and often war-torn parts of the world.
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by Alistair Cooke.
From St Woolos Cathedral, Newport, Gwent, led by the Dean, the Very Rev
Gareth Lewis. Sermon by the Bishop of Monmouth, the Rt Rev Rowan Williams.
Readings: Isaiah 55, vv 6-11; Hosea 11, w 1-8; Luke 15, vv 20-24; II Corinthians 5, vv 18-20.
Hymns: Round the Lord in Glory Seated (Sanctus); I Heard the Voice of Jesus Say (Kingsfold); For the Healing of the Nations (Rhuddlan); Psalm 13;
Salvator Mundi (Canticle). Anthem: Come Down, 0 Love Divine.
Organist and Master of the Choristers Christopher Barton.
Director Vanessa Whitburn. Stereo
with Matthew D'Ancona. Producer Dinah Lammiman
with Dilly Barlow , Stereo
Clare Short , MP is Sue Lawley's castaway.
Producer Olivia Seligman. Stereo
with James Cox.
This week the team visits London where members of the Royal Pharmaceutical Society of Great Britain put their questions to Dr Stefan Buczacki , Sue Phillips and Adrienne Wild.
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A romance by Sue Ashby , set in the Fens.
Jess's emotions seem as frozen as the water in his beloved rivers, until
Emma comes to work on the farm.
Director Michael Fox. Stereo
with Laurie Taylor.
Including guest reviewer Stephen Fry.
Producer Emma Selby. Stereo
Chaired by Peter Hennessy.
Six tales of North
Africa by Vaughan Purvis.
1: The Ecstasy of Gold "I lay back on a sack of cannabis seeds and cracked walnuts with a tyre lever. Nestor moved past me, and dropped a plastic sack at the Australian's feet. Rachid slit the bag with a dagger and withdrew a handful of pale buff powder."
Producer Simon Elmes. Stereo
The "lost" town of Dunwich is featured as Cliff Michelmore continues his journey along the Suffolk coast.
Producer Anthony Smith. Stereo
Phil Smith continues to champion the cause of honesty and decency. 2: Nipped in the Bud Producer Gillian Hush
with Chris Dunkley.
The first collaboration between UK and US radio documentary-makers in a series ofeightprogrammes.
1: Settling Sedona
In Sedona, Arizona, the New Age settlers are now at odds with the people who attracted them there - the Native Americans.
Producer Njemile Rollins Editor Sharon Banoff
When author Muriel Spark 's first novel appeared, following her conversion to Roman Catholicism in 1954, she had already established a reputation as a poet and biographer. The Comforters was warmly received and was followed by many novels, including The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie. She is about to publish a volume of autobiography. Nigel Forde examines her particular talent for elegant, comic and eccentric stories.
Nigel Williams talks about his new novel, They Came From SW19, and Kate Figes selects the pick of paperback reading. Stereo
In the last programme of the series, Father Matthew Fox , the American
Dominican theologian, argues the need for a creation-based spirituality to liberate society from its obsessive materialism.
With him in the studio will be Margaret Hebblethwaite and the Rev John Reader. Chaired by Trevor Bames. Producer Amanda Hancox. Stereo
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Presented by Jessica Holm.
Elvis Presley died on 16 August 1977. Fifteen years on, thousands of fans keep his name alive with a religious fervour.
Ted Harrison visits Graceland, Elvis's home and the place where he is buried, and meets people who follow Elvis.
Producer John Newbury. Stereo
In the last programme of the series Simon Hoggart casts a fresh eye over favourite columns from the past series. Producer Brian King
Life, Truth and Rock and Roll
Tony Jasper paints the first of four "sound collages" to depict the human condition.
Producer Alastair Simmons