with Marjorie Lofthouse.
Producer David Bellinger. Stereo
with Jack Hywel-Davies . Including Bells On
Sunday, from Melrose
School Chapel, Brewster, New York. USA. Stereo
with Alison Hilliard and Andrew Green. Editor David Coomes
speaks for the Week's Good Cause about the work of the Cardinal Hume Centre.
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by Alistair Cooke.
A service of Matins for the season of Harvest, from Beverley Minster , led by the Vicar, the Rev Dr Peter Forster. Introit: This is the Day (Spedding). Canticle: Benedicite (Naylor in G).
Anthem: 0 Sing the Glories of Our Lord (HK
Andrews). Hymns: Come. Ye Thankful People, Come; Let Us With a Gladsome Mind: All
Creatures of Our God and King. Readings:
Deuteronomy 8, vv 7-19; Galatians 6, vv 1-10.
Conductor Alan Spedding. Organist Andrew Dibb.
Director Joanna Toye. Stereo
with Martin Wainwright.
Producer Dinah Lammiman. Stereo
with Chris Serle.
Actress Juliet Stevenson talks to Sue Lawley.
Producer Olivia Seligman. Stereo
with John Sergeant.
Members of the Ardersier and District Gardening
Club, Inverness, put their questions to
Dr Stefan Buczacki , Fred Downham and Walter Gilmour. Chairman Clay Jones.
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The Englishman Abroad by Christopher Douglas. Douglas Jardine set out in the winter of 1932 with the avowed intent of destroying "those ruddy convicts" - the Australian cricket team. The tour became known as the Bodyline Tour and Jardine earned himself the hatred of every Australian. MCC
Producer Jane Morgan. Stereo
Nawab of Palaudi:
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Conor Gearty explores the politics of abortion. This second of two programmes focuses on the USA.
The children's book programme returns with Michael Rosen. who celebrates Children's Book Week with advice from
Anne Fine and Dick King-Smith . Producer Jill Burridge
A pioneer of the child guidance movement and a Jungian therapist,
Carol Jeffrey finally retired from clinical practice last year - aged 93. In conversation with Chris Barlas , she talks of her healing work with children.
Producer Joy Hatwood
with Simon Rae , marking the centenary of the death of Alfred Lord Tennyson. Guest: Christopher Ricks. Producer Pat Pryor. Stereo
Presented by Nigel Farrell.
When the Channel Tunnel finally opens next year it will be well over 100 years late. What could have been the crowning achievement of Victorian civil engineering was halted by the unlikely alliance of the Poet Laureate, the Commander-in-Chief of the British Army and the Queen herself. Simon Rae presents the story of one of history's lost opportunities. Producer Viv Beeby. Stereo
The Intensive Care Unit with Peter Day.
In the last programme of the present series Edward 151ishen invites Lady Antonia Fraser ,
Claire Tomalin and Peter Ackroyd to select three "good reads" from the last 250 years.
Linda Whetstone , farmer and economist, argues that the Common Agricultural Policy should be abandoned. and unprofitable farmers allowed to go to the wall.
Two more contenders in the search for the best young businesses in Britain. Fourmasters are four master pattern makers from Wolverhampton who. made redundant from big traditional Black Country industry, put their skills to work in their own company. Adele Woodrow from
Guiseley was taught millinery by one of London's leading hat makers. But. homesick, she took her skills back to
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Presented by Jessica Holm.
Experimenting in the Kitclien
Alan Hankinson demolishes some of the legends clustering around the last Earl of Derwentwater, who was executed in 1716. Readers: Malcolm Raeburn and Robert Whelan.
Producer Gillian Hush. Stereo
The One and the Many God or the gods?
Harry Lesser and John Kane of Manchester University attempt to reconcile
Ancient Greek and Jew.