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: News Briefing

: Prelude

with Marjorie Lofthouse.
Producer David Bellinger. Stereo

Contributors

Unknown: Marjorie Lofthouse.
Producer: David Bellinger.

: Morning Has Broken

with Jack Hywel-Davies . Including Bells On
Sunday, from All Saints' Church, Springfield, Chelmsford. Stereo

Contributors

Unknown: Jack Hywel-Davies

: News

: Sunday Papers

: On Your Farm

Are Britain's fruit growers enjoying a good harvest? George Macpherson goes to the vale of Evesham where Paul Dunsby grows apples and plums. Producer Carol Trewin

Contributors

Unknown: George MacPherson
Unknown: Paul Dunsby
Producer: Carol Trewin

: Sunday

with Trevor Bames and Christopher Morgan. Producers Norman Winter and Julia Wills
Including at

Contributors

Unknown: Trevor Bames
Unknown: Christopher Morgan.
Producers: Norman Winter

: News

: Sunday Papers

: Ronnie Corbett

speaks for the Week's Good Cause about an organisation which works for adults who are dysphasic.
●Donations to: ADA (Action for Dysphasic Adults), [address removed]

: News

: Sunday Papers

: Letter from America

by Alistair Cooke.

Contributors

Unknown: Alistair Cooke.

: Morning Service

Direct from St Mary's
Methodist Church on the Isles of Scilly. With combined church choirs and members of St Mary's Choral Society. Introduced by the Rev Jeremy Dare.
Lord Of Creation; 0 Word
Of God Incarnate; John 21, vv 1-13; Hark My Soul; There Is A Redeemer;
When We Walk With the Lord. Director of Music
Len Michell.
Organist Roger Smith

Contributors

Unknown: Jeremy Dare.
Organist: Len Michell.
Organist: Roger Smith

: The Archers

Omnibus edition.
Director Keri Davies. Stereo

Contributors

Director: Keri Davies.

: News Stand

with Martin Wainwright.
Producer Dinah Lammiman. Stereo

Contributors

Unknown: Martin Wainwright.
Producer: Dinah Lammiman.

: Pick of the Week

with Chris Serle.
Stereo

Contributors

Unknown: Chris Serle.

: Desert Island Discs

French chef Raymond Blanc is Sue Lawley's castaway.
Producer Olivia Seligman. Stereo

Contributors

Unknown: Raymond Blanc
Producer: Olivia Seligman.

: The World This Weekend

with Roger Hearing in London and Nick Clarke in Paris.

Contributors

Unknown: Roger Hearing
Unknown: Nick Clarke

: Gardeners' Question Time

Members of the Royal Horticultural Society of Aberdeen put their questions to
Dr Stefan Buczacki , Fred Downham and Walter Gilmour. Chairman Clay Jones.
Producer Diana Stenson. Stereo

Contributors

Unknown: Dr Stefan Buczacki
Unknown: Fred Downham
Unknown: Walter Gilmour.
Unknown: Clay Jones.
Producer: Diana Stenson.

: Sunday Playhouse

Watching Over Israel by Nick Enright.
Diana is a successful banking executive.
Coming across Stacy, a young prostitute, Diana resolves to act selflessly for once and try to help her. But how?
Choristers Nick Enright , Leonie Cambage , Heather Galbraith , Owen Nelson and Matthew Glasgow
Producers Richard Buckham and Jane Ulman. Stereo

Contributors

Unknown: Nick Enright.
Unknown: Nick Enright
Unknown: Leonie Cambage
Unknown: Heather Galbraith
Unknown: Owen Nelson
Unknown: Matthew Glasgow
Producers: Richard Buckham
Producers: Jane Ulman.
Diana Mackinson: Deidre Rubinstein
Stacy: Angela Toohey
Neil: Tony Sheldon
Miss Wyatt: Jane Harders
Raymond: Rhys McConnochie
Mrs Kermode: Maggie Bunco
Brett: Damon Herriman
Michele: Rachel Ash
Kim: Kelan Angel
Warren: Ian Gilmour

: A Harlot and a Nun

A portrait by Judith Chemaik of the American poet Edna St Vincent Millay, played by Gayle Hunnicutt.
Millay personified romantic behaviour in the 1920s, yet in her poetry she is cynical towards love and sex. Her story is told by two of the men who knew her best.
Stereo

Contributors

Unknown: Judith Chemaik
Unknown: Edna St Vincent
Played By: Gayle Hunnicutt.

: More Wrestling Than Dancing

6: One Dog's Day
David Moreau recalls
Rowley, a faithful retriever of somewhat eccentric habits.
Producer Tim Suter

Contributors

Unknown: David Moreau
Producer: Tim Suter

: Down the River

Seals taking the sun at the mouth of the estuary and the wildlife of Hilbre
Island await Cliff Morgan as he completes his journey along the River Dee.
Producer Anthony Smith. Stereo

Contributors

Unknown: Cliff Morgan
Producer: Anthony Smith.

: First Person

Jay Andrews life through letters ... discovering the past.
Producer Charlie Bunce

Contributors

Unknown: Jay Andrews
Producer: Charlie Bunce

: Feedback

with Chris Dunkley.

Contributors

Unknown: Chris Dunkley.

: Ministering to the Arts

A four-part series in which Roy Strong investigates the relationship between the state and those organisations and individuals who make up the artistic life of the nation.
3: Opening the Door
Is the state still working with a Victorian definition of what constitutes "an artform" - opera, dance, music, drama and the visual arts? Sir Roy Strong looks at two 20th-century battles: high v popular arts and the metropolis v the regions.
Producer Jane Beresford

Contributors

Unknown: Roy Strong
Unknown: Sir Roy Strong
Producer: Jane Beresford

: In Business

Watching the Workers Peter Day investigates how firms are fighting back against office fraudsters.

: A Good Read

Edward Blishen invites Sara Parkin and Sir
Ranulph Fiennes to talk about four paperbacks they consider to be a good read. Stereo

Contributors

Unknown: Edward Blishen
Unknown: Sara Parkin
Unknown: Ranulph Fiennes

: Opinion

Supporting the Team
Pat Nevin , the Everton footballer, argues that those who make money out of sport have a duty to help players and athletes cope with the problems of sudden celebrity status.

Contributors

Unknown: Pat Nevin

: Ben Nevis - Venomous Hill of Heaven

Tim Malyon presents a portrait of Britain's highest mountain. He climbs the north face in winter and joins the tourists on the southern flanks in summer.
Producer Penny Lawrence. Stereo

Contributors

Unknown: Tim Malyon

: The Natural History Programme

Presented by Jessica Holm.

Contributors

Presented By: Jessica Holm.

: News

with Nick Clarke in Paris for the result of the French referendum on the Maastricht treaty.

Contributors

Unknown: Nick Clarke

: Science Friction

More Hands-on Science

: Working Among the Tyrants

Dr Zoltan Frankl lives safely in north London these days: a successful career as a Harley Street oral surgeon behind him. But over 50 years ago as a young Jewish doctor he was swept up by the horrors of the Nazi occupation of Hungary. He survived three concentration camps where he helped save many lives, but after the war his troubles were not over.
Producers Piers Plowright and Claire Randall. Stereo

Contributors

Unknown: Dr Zoltan Frankl
Producers: Piers Plowright
Producers: Claire Randall.

: Seeds of Faith

The One and the Many 3: God or the gods?
Harry Lesser and John Kane of Manchester
University attempt to reconcile Ancient Greek and Jew.
Producer Alastair Simmons. Stereo

Contributors

Unknown: Harry Lesser
Unknown: John Kane
Producer: Alastair Simmons.

: News









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