with Marjorie Lofthouse.
Producer David Bellinger. Stereo
with Jack Hywel-Davies . Including Bells On
Sunday, from St Giles's Church, Cripplegate, London. Stereo
Oliver Walston joins
Annie and James Milton on their vineyard in Gisbome, New Zealand Producer Carol Trewin
with Alison Hilliard and Andrew Green. Editor David Coomes
speaks for the Week's Good Cause about a charity which gives support and advice to sufferers of endometriosis, a gynaecological disease. ●Donations to: Endometriosis
Society, [address removed]. Credit Cards: [number removed]
by Alistair Cooke.
From St Anne 's Cathedral, Belfast. Conducted by the Very Rev Jack Shearer.
Readings: Jeremiah 20 w 7-11; Matthew 10, vv 16-22. In the Cross of Christ I Glory; Psalm 43; Te Deum and Jubilate (Collegium Regale-Howells); Like As the Hart (Howells); 0 God of Bethel;
Lead Us Heavenly Father; Fight the Good Fight.
Organist and Master of the Choristers David Drinkell
Director Joanna Toye. Stereo
with Hugh Prysor-Jones .
Producer Dinah Lammiman. Stereo
with Chris Serle.
Bob Geldof is Sue Lawley's castaway.
Producer Janet Lee. Stereo
with Nick Clarke.
Members of the Crickhowell and District Horticultural Society in Powys, Wales, put their questions to
Dr Stefan Buczacki , Fred Downham and Daphne Ledward. Chairman Clay Jones.
Producer Diana Stenson. Stereo
Alan Berrie's play in which Old Rosie Mahon opposes a monument to commemorate her bravery in an ambush before the Irish uprising of 1919. Other parts played by members of the cast
Director Sue Wilson. Stereo
In the 1920s a broken love affair, an illegitimate child, and a discontented marriage left Dorothy L Sayers bruised and battered. By the 1950s she had become a champion of orthodox Christianity and the Church of England. Andrew Green explores the possible connection between the two: was her theology born solely out of crisis, or was it an integral part of her life?
Producer David Coomes. Stereo
3: Behind the Lines
David Moreau recalls a wartime boyhood spent in an eccentric guest house in Wiltshire.
Producer Tim Suter
Bala Lake in the heart of Wales, home of a unique fish and a place of mystery and legend, is the starting point of Cliff Morgan's journey along the River Dee.
Producer Anthony Smith. Stereo
with Patrick Hannan.
Producer Richard Thomas
with Chris Dunkley.
A four-part series in which
Sir Roy Strong investigates the relationship between the state and those organisations and individuals that make up the artistic life of the nation. 1: From "Hand-outs" to "Hands-on " The power relationship between the Arts Council and the ministry responsible for subsidising the arts has always been an uneasy one. This first programme traces how the Government's non-interventionist approach of the 1950s evolved to one of "hands-on" in the 1980s.
Producer Jane Beresford. Stereo
The New Age Auditors Nigel Cassidy investigates new management skills in a Manchester paint company.
Edward Blishen talks to guests Anna Massey and Francis Wyndham.
Fragments of a Life The Road to Auschwitz
Hedi Fried reads abridged extracts from her autobiography.
The true and harrowing story of what happened to one Jewish family during the Nazi occupation of Hungary during the Second World War. Director Andy Jordan Stereo
Presented by Jessica Holm.
Adrian Mourby has learned that lunch is vital in the endless whirl to get a television drama accepted.
Producer Gillian Hush
The One and the Many In the first of three programmes Harry Lesser of Manchester University considers Jewish monotheism.
Producer Alastair Simmons Stereo