with Marjorie Lofthouse.
Producer David Bellinger. Stereo
with Jack Hywel-Davies . Including Bells On
Sunday from Old Steeple, Dundee. Stereo
Oliver Walston breakfasts with Derek Motley on his farm near Stellenbosch, South Africa.
Producer Carol Trewin
with Alison Hilliard and Trevor Bames. Editor David Coomes
talks for the Week's Good Cause about the help given to ex-servicemen and women by the Forces Help Society and Lord Roberts Workshops. Donations to [address removed]
by Alistair Cooke.
from St Finnian's Church, Cregagh, Belfast. Conducted by Rev Noel Battye.
Director Keri Davies. Stereo
with Matthew D'Ancona. Producer lain Croft. Stereo
John Walters presents his selection of extracts from BBC radio and television over the past seven days.
Another chance to hear the actor Robert Lindsay choose eight records to take to his island exile. Producer Janet Lee. Stereo
with James Cox.
Members of the Lower Penn and District
Staffordshire, put their questions to
Dr Stefan Buczacki , Fred Downham and Bridget Moody. Chairman Clay Jones.
Producer Amanda Mares. •Send sae for fact sheet to
by Gustave Flaubert , dramatised in four parts.
3: Deserted by Leon,
Emma is vulnerable to the advances of a man like Rodolphe Boulanger.
Singer: Claude Close
Translated by Alan Russell
Dramatised by Christopher Reason Director Kay Patrick.
The End of All Our
Rosemary Hartill continues her exploration of the changing relationship between God and the poets through T S Eliot's Four Quartets. producer Amanda Hancox.
The New Masters?
The European Court of Justice overrides British MPs, forces Ministers to change policy and even rules against
Jacques Delors. Paul Craig asks why the judges in Luxembourg are becoming so powerful and just who will decide how Britain's future in Europe unfolds.
More musings from David Moreau on life's oddities. 2: The Discreet Charm of the French.
Producer Viv Beeby
Columnist and broadcaster
Nina Myskow goes on a very personal journey back to St Andrews in Scotland.
from the Brentwood Festival. Simon Rae introduces a series of listeners' requests, read by Elizabeth Bell and Stephen Thome.
Producer Susan Roberts. .Requests to Poetry Please! BBC, Bristol BS8 2LR
The fifth of six talks in which Misha Glenny gives a personal account of his frustrating life-long love affair with Eastern and Central Europe.
with Frank Delaney.
In the last programme of the series: Tools or technobabble? The jargoneers fight it out.
Producer Simon Elmes.
What do we really feel about our relations?
Why does the only person to soothe the fevered brow, mend the much-loved toy and kill the dragon under the bed turn into the sort of embarrassing, ignorant fool that we pray we'll never turn into or marry? Reporter Anne Brown. Producer Lucy Lunt
In Sex and the British,
Paul Ferris looks at sexual mores in the 20th century. He talks to Nigel Forde , who also explores how novelists intrude on their characters' sex lives.
Ray Gosling with Dr Graham Fumiss (ex VSO, now SOAS),
Aliyou Aminu of Kano, Fatima Bilbis of Sokoto and Lola Obola of Kaduna.
Producer Jenny Lo.
The last of five programes in which writer and broadcaster Roger Graef talks to young lawbreakers about how they see the world.
Mark - "I treat people the way they treat me". Producer Mohini Patel
Presented by Jessica Holm.
Another chance to hear four stories featuring Sir Arthur Conan Doyle 's immortal detective.
3: The Stockbroker's Clerk
A young clerk is offered a post beyond his wildest dreams. Is it all too good to be true - and if so, why?
Violinist Leonard Friedman
Dramatised by Denys Hawthorne Director Enyd Williams
Presented by Rob Orchard. Producer Dinah Lammiman
Mary Roy Jenkins considers aspects of popular devotion to the Virgin Mary in the Roman Catholic Church.
Producer Karen Walker. Stereo