with Marjorie Lofthouse.
Producer David Bellinger. Stereo
with Jack Hywel-Davies . Including Bells On
Sunday, from St Luke, Kwe Kwe , Zimbabwe. Stereo
with Trevor Bames and Christopher Morgan.
Producers Amanda Hancox and Julia Wills
speaks for The Week's Good Cause on behalf of Cruse, a charity for sufferers from bereavement .Donations to: [address removed]
Credit Cards: [number removed]
by Alistair Cooke.
from Magheracross Parish Church, Ballinamallard, Co Fermanagh. Conducted by the Rev Paul Hoey. Preacher: the Rt Rev
Readings: Genesis l;John 1. Hymns: Seek 0 Seek The Lord; Morning Has
Broken; All Things Bright And Beautiful; Thou
Whose Almighty Word;
Shine Jesus Shine.
Anthem: How Beautiful The Morning. Organist and Choirmistress Mabeth McBrien.
Director Keri Davies. Stereo
with Matthew D'Ancona.
Producer Dinah Lammiman Stereo
with Chris Serle.
Gavin Laird , General Secretary of the Amalgamated Engineering and Electrical Union, talks to Sue Lawley.
Producer Ian Gardhouse Stereo
with Nick Clarke.
Chairman Clay Jones digs into the postbag, and calls on Dr Stefan Buczacki , Fred Downham and Bridget Moody to solve gardening problems sent in by listeners.
Producer Diana Stenson. Stereo .WRITE on postcards only to: Gardeners' Question Time, BBC, PO Box 27,
Manchester M60 1SJ
The Rabbit Hunt by Mike Walker.
Steven idolises the local IRA members who have just returned from the Spanish Civil War. One summer afternoon he joins them for a rabbit hunt, but in his imagination he is fighting house-to-house in the streets of Barcelona.
Recorded on location in the Dublin mountains.
Music by Elizabeth Parker
Director Shaun MacLoughlin A BBC/RTE co-production Stereo
Andrew Adonis asks whether universal benefits might be replaced by new ways of targeting to help those most in need.
Michael Rosen invites
Ruth McCarthy to select new books for 5 to
Producer Jill Burridge
Andy Kershaw indulges his passion for motorbikes as he goes TT racing.
from the Salisbury
Festival. Simon Rae joins readers Rosalind Shanks and Andrew Sachs in the medieval hall in Salisbury cathedral close, for a programme of popular poetry requests.
Producer Susan Roberts. Stereo
with Nigel Farrell.
with Brian Hanrahan.
Dealing with the Bear Caroline Bayley reports on how well British businesses are dealing with Russia.
Author John McGahern talks to Nigel Forde about his Collected Stories. And a selection of the autumn's paperback reading.
Lowering the Barriers Lawyer Nick Blake demonstrates that in spite of the European ideal of the free movement of people, some of the Community's inhabitants are less free to move than others.
Presented by Hugh Sykes. Tina Magdalinski , a former nurse and careers adviser, started making muffins and German-style biscuits on her kitchen table. Now Pretzels
Continental Bakery in Cambridge is a finalist for the £10,000 award.
Ann Hill , also a nurse, hopes to win £5,000 in category two. Dermacare, the company she founded with husband
Tony in Newcastle-uponTyne, designs and makes garments that help to heal burns victims, especially children.
Producer Gwyn Richards. Stereo W DOCUMENTARIES: page 10
Presented by Jessica Holm.
The Battle of Alamein
"The Battle of Alamein will ever make a glorious page in British military annals ... It marked in fact the turning of the hinge of fate."
Fifty years after the beginning of this decisive battle, Erik de Mauny, who was there, recalls the atmosphere among the minefields at the desert front and behind the lines in Egypt. He talks to veterans on both sides, and he explains why Alamein was truly a turning-point both in the allied war effort against Hitler and in the tragic personal life of the German commander, Rommel.
Producer Harry Schneider. Stereo
Tim Fenton presents a new series that follows the activities of MPs In
Committee as they cross-examine witnesses on issues of public concern. Producer Charles Sigler
Fr Wilfrid McGreal reflects on the Carmelite tradition and a spirituality that speaks to the present and future.
3: Prayer and the Carmelite Tradition
Producer Alastair Simmons Stereo