with Marjorie Lofthouse.
Producer David Bellinger. Stereo
with Jack Hywel-Davies . Including Bells On
Sunday from St Peter with St James, Brackley, Northamptonshire. Stereo
Andrew Sheppy is a rare breeds enthusiast. George Macpherson finds out why. Producer Carol Trewin
with Trevor Bames and Christopher Morgan. Editor David Coomes
talks for the Week's Good Cause about DEBRA, for parents of children with a painful genetic condition. 0 Donations to DEBRA,
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from St Michael's Church, Aberystwyth, led by Rev Stuart Bell. Readings:
Mark 4, vv 35-41; John 4, vv 9-12; Love Divine;
Purify My Heart; Here Is Love; Peace like a River; Faithful One; More Love More Power; Jesus, We Celebrate your Victory.
Choirmaster Richard John. Organist Ernest Morgan.
Director Vanessa Whitbum. Stereo
with Matthew D'Ancona. Producer lain Croft. Stereo
with Chris Serle.
Another chance to hear the Chief Executive of Channel 4 Television, Michael Grade , choose eight records to take into exile.
Producer Olivia Seligman.
with James Cox.
Residents and gardeners of the London Borough of Sutton put questions to Dr Stefan Buczacki ,
Fred Downham and Sue Phillips. Chairman Clay Jones.
Producer Amanda Mares. •Send sae for fact sheet to
Madame Bovary by Gustave Flaubert. With and Final part: Emma in desperation hurls herself with unhealthy intensity into an affair with Leon.
Translated by Alan Russell
Dramatised by Christopher Reason Pianist Bernard Robertson Director Kay Patrick.
Laurie Taylor returns to look at the latest radio news.
Producer Mary Sharp.
With a growing proportion of scientific research being carried out by private companies, are commercial considerations eroding the accountability of British science? Hugh Prysor-Jones asks if the government's current review of science policy is too late to stem the tide.
More musings from David Moreau on life's oddities.
3: Absolute Showers Producer Viv Beeby
Columnist Nina Myskow explores the deeply serious business of shopping.
from the Brentwood Festival. Simon Rae introduces a selection of love poetry for Valentine's Day, read by Elizabeth
Bell and Stephen Thome. Producer Susan Roberts. •Requests to Poetry Please! BBC. Bristol BS8 2LR.
The last of six talks in which Misha Glenny gives a personal account of his frustrating lifelong love affair with Eastern and Central Europe.
1: On the Job
A family from Newhaven plan a four-star campsite, while a Newbury accountant is now the local estate agent. Both are part of the current British invasion of the Dordogne and, for twelve months, reporter Sylvia Horn and her family joined in. Producer Joy Hatwood.
What do people really feel about those they do not choose but are expected to love and live with? 3: Siblings. There never were devoted sisters, just a source of irritation. Can sibling rivalry lead to deep, meaningful relationships in later life? Reporter Anne Brown. Producer Lucy Lunt
Author Joanna Trollope examines the history of the much-maligned romantic novel from its source, medieval romance, through the sentimental novel of the 18th century to the present. Mills and Boon, saga, blockbuster and traditional narrative - which one is true romance?
Matthew Parris and Bea Campbell are joined by a rich variety of guests in the studio in London - and, with the help of Maria Esposito , drop in at a St Valentine's Day Ball in Blackpool. North or South, gay or straight, it'll be a lively evening.
An Outcast production for BBC Radio 4
Another chance to hear four stories featuring Sir Arthur Conan Doyle 's immortal detective.
4: The "Gloria Scott "
Holmes's first case, from his undergraduate days, a cruel tale of blackmail and mutiny at sea.
Violinist Leonard Friedman
Dramatised by Vincent Me Inerney Director Patrick Rayner.
with Rob Orchard.
Producer Dinah Lammiman
Words and music for
Rev Paul Hulme , minister of Wesley's Chapel,
London, reflects on the Methodist heritage for which he is responsible. Producer Noel Vincent Stereo