with Marjorie Lofthouse. Producer David Bellinger
with Jack Hywel-Davies . Including Bells On
Sunday from St Lawrence Jewry, London.
Nick and Trish Girling -Butcher entertain
Oliver Walston to breakfast New Zealand style.
Producer Carol Trewin
with Andrew Green and Christopher Morgan. Editor David Coomes
talks for the Week's Good Cause about the work of the National Council for One Parent Families.
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by Alistair Cooke.
Parish Mass from
St Teresa of Avila Church, Ashford, Kent. Celebrant
Fr Thomas Cooper. Preacher Fr Wilfrid McGreal.
Christ is Made the Sure
Foundation (Westminster Abbey); The Ashford Liturgy (Bernadette Farrell ); Readings:
I Corinthians 3, vv 16-23; Matthew 5, vv 38-48; Now Thank We All Our God (Nun Danket).
Director of Music Mark Dellor.
Omnibus edition. Director Joanna Toye
with Matthew D'Ancona. Producer Andrew Smith
with Chris Serle.
Cabinet Secretary Sir
Robin Butler talks to Sue
Producer Olivia Seligman
with James Cox.
This week, chairman Clay Jones calls on Dr Stefan Buczacki , Fred Downham and Sue Phillips to solve gardening problems sent in by listeners.
Producer Amanda Mares
● Questions on a postcard to Gardeners' Question Time, BBC, PO Box 27,
Manchester M60 1SJ
Persuasion by Jane Austen.
Starring Juliet Stevenson 1: Old Friends and New Meetings
It is 1814 in the village of Uppercross in Somersetshire, and Sir Walter Elliot of Kellynch Hall has long since given up any hope of his daughter's making a favourable marriage. But Anne did fall in love eight years ago with Frederick Wentworth , a young man with no fortune and no family connections. She was persuaded to give him up. Has he forgiven her?
Director Vanessa Whitburn
Sir Walter Elliot:
with Laurie Taylor. Presenters on the graveyard shift invite us to enter their twilight zone. Producer Mary Sharp
Bully for the Boys in Blue
David Walker asks if the government's new structure for the police will cut crime, and what the political consequences might be.
The last in the series of David Moreau 's musings. Having a Smashing Time on the M40.
Producer Viv Beeby
George Melly begins an autobiographical journey. 1: Liverpool.
Simon Rae presents readings from Longfellow's The Song of Hiawatha. Producer Julian Wilkinson
0Requests to Poetry Please! BBC, Bristol BS8 2LR
with Chris Dunkley of the Financial Times.
2: And the Living is Easy. Sylvia Horn reports on the year she took her family to live among the Brits in the Dordogne.
Producer Joy Hatwood
What do we really feel about our relations? 4: Grandparents
Is this the easiest of all family relationships?
Reporter Anne Brown. Producer Lucy Lunt
Nigel Forde looks at the role of the fiction editor, and Terence Stamp reveals his essential reading.
Following tea with Dr Michael Branch and his wife Hannele, Ray Gosling visits Rotherhithe to listen to Magnus, Jenny and Esse. Producer Jenny Lo
A four-part series on the world's creative communities.
1: Deya. Simon Parkes travels to Mallorca to find the community which grew up around the poet Robert Graves , and which now includes musicians like Kevin Ayres , film actor Michael Douglas , and vacationing poets such as Brian Patten.
Producer David Prest
Presented by Jessica Holm.
All Things in Common Some 10,000 people in Britain today live in communes, a radical alternative to the nuclear family. The adults may feel that they have found Utopia, but what is the legacy of such a life for the children? In the first of two programmes,
Felicity Goodall meets people who have grown up in religious or spiritual communities. Producers Susan Roberts and Pat Pryor
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with Tim Fenton.
Producer Dinah Lammiman
Harold Ingham on deism. Producer Fiona Cormack