with Marjorie Lofthouse.
Producer David Bellinger. Stereo
with Jack Hywel-Davies . Including Bells On
Sunday, from St Peter 's, Bexhill, Sussex. Stereo
Oliver Walston samples organic Welsh cheese and home-made marmalade on Dougal Campbell 's farm in Wales.
Producer Carol Trewin
with Alison Hilliard and Trevor Bames. Editor David Coomes
speak for the Week's Good Cause about the National
Society for Epilepsy.
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by Alistair Cooke.
Director Joanna Toye. Stereo
The Queen and other members of the Royal Family gather at the Cenotaph in Whitehall to honour those who have died in the service of their country. Tom Fleming describes the scene as the Massed Bands of the Guards Division play a selection of traditional music. The two-minute silence at 11.00am is followed by the Last Post. Producer David France. Stereo 0 RELIGION: page 8
Stewart Lamont traces the career of the Very Rev
Ronald Selby Wright CVO, who became a household name during the Second World War through his radio talks.
Producer Johnston McKay
Christabel Bielenberg talks to Sue Lawley.
Producer Charlie Bunce. Stereo
with James Cox.
Members of the Broadwindsor Gardens and Allotments Association,
Dorset, put their questions to Dr Stefan Buczacki , Fred Downham and Bridget
Moody. Chairman Clay Jones. Producer Diana Stenson. Stereo ● Send sae for fact sheet to
by Anne Caulfield.
Lenny Henry stars in this comedy about cultural cross purposes and the music industry. When Moses Biama, a Gambian musician, is invited to London to record an album with Frank, a fading English rock star, things don't develop in the way Frank had planned.
Music: Dominique Le Gendre The Hit Single by Neil Arthur and Joe Hagan
Director Paul Schlesinger. Stereo
Sex in radio drama: how to make the heart pound, the breast heave and the temperature rise.
Presenter Laurie Taylor. Producer Mary Sharp
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The programme that takes an in-depth look at public policy and political ideas at home and abroad.
with Michael Rosen.
Sorcerers, sages and flying carpets - Brian Alderson and Rana Kabbani discuss the beguiling stories of the Arabian Nights. Producer Jill Burridge
Ludovic Kennedy explores his Scots heritage, starting with his birthplace, Edinburgh.
Simon Rae introduces a selection of poetry requests with readers
Rosalind Shanks , Andrew Sachs , Eleanor Bron and Tim Pigott Smith.
Producer Susan Roberts. Stereo 0 Requests to Poetry Please! BBC, Bristol BS8 2LR
6: A special occasion for the vicar and his wife.
Presenter Nigel Farrell.
Introduced by Edward De Souza , the Man in Black. 1: A Day at the Dentist's by James Saunders.
A man is lured into a dentist's chair, unaware that the dentist is bent on a dreadful revenge.
Director Martin Jenkins. Stereo
Nigel Forde talks to Julian Barnes whose new novel
The Porcupine examines political and personal conflict in Eastern Europe. He also meets Robert Goddard , favourite contemporary author of the Prime Minister.
Who Owns Cricket?
Theatre director Jatinder Verma argues that the uncritical support shown by British Asians for the Indian and Pakistani cricket teams could prove a model for the new
In March, more than 400 young businesses throughout the UK entered the competition. Twelve won through to the shortlist, and in the teeth of the recession they are all still in business! So who will receive a cheque for
£10,000 as the best young company in Category One? And £5,000 awaits the most promising newcomer. Like everyone,
Hugh Sykes is on tenterhooks.
Producer Gwyn Richards. Stereo
The Scotswood Road is a north-eastern legend.
Celebrated in the Geordie anthem The Blaydon Races, it was once a thriving working-class community and the centre of Newcastle's heavy industry. Now it's the scene of riots and 95 per cent unemployment.
Residents tell the story of the disintegration of a once-proud area.
Producer Wendy Pilmer. Stereo
Presented by Tim Fenton. Producer Charles Sigler
Voices from the Margins This week, writer Sylvia Sands meditates on "Passionate Involvement". Stereo