with Marjorie Lofthouse. Producer David Bellinger
with Jack Hywel-Davies . Including Bells On
Sunday from Whichford Church Tower, Warwickshire.
Oliver Walston meets the Labour spokesman on agriculture,
Dr Gavin Strang. Producer Carol Trewin
with Alison Hilliard and Trevor Bames. Editor David Coomes
talks for the Week's Good
Cause about the Lady
Hoare Trust for physically disabled children.
• Donations to [address removed]. Credit Cards: [number removed]
by Alistair Cooke.
Places of the Passion
A series of devotional services for Lent, featuring places which have associations with the Passion story.
3: Caesarea Philippi, the source of the river
Presented from St Giles's
Gloucestershire, by the Rev Canon John Ridout , with The Rt Rev Jeremy Walsh , Bishop of Tewkesbury, and James Butterworth.
Matthew 16, w 13-28; Here I Am, Lord; Believe Not
Those Who Say; Through All the Changing Scenes of Life; Take Up Thy Cross.
Organist Derrick Grainger. Choirmaster
Omnibus edition. Director Joanna Toye
with Melanie Phillips. Producer Andrew Smith
with Chris Serle.
Television writer and producer David Croft talks to Sue Lawley. Producer Olivia Seligman
with Nick Clarke.
Clay Jones calls on Dr Stefan Buczacki , Fred Downham and Daphne Ledward to solve gardening problems sent in by listeners.
• Questions on a postcard to
Gardeners' Question Time, BBC, PO Box 27, Manchester M60 1SJ
Memoirs of a Midget by Walter de la Mare. A story of love and obsession in three parts, in which Miss M struggles to find her place in Victorian society. 1: Miss M
Dramatised by Stephen Wyatt Director Martin Jenkins
de la Mare.
Sir Walter Pollacke:
How many radio consultants does it take to change a station? Nancy Durham takes out a calculator. Presented by Laurie Taylor.
Producer Mary Sharp
The 1990s are fast becoming the decade of refugees and asylum-seekers. David Walker asks how claims for shelter in Britain should be assessed and considers the relevance of borders in a single European market.
In the third of four talks, Dr Irving Finkel of the British Museum deciphers the secrets of wedge writing from Mesopotamia, discovering cuneiform recipes for fertility, pregnancy and childbirth, plus a bonus cure for premature hair-loss in harassed parents.
George Melly ends his autobiographical journey exploring another of his passions - art.
Simon Rae with guest poet Matthew Sweeney.
Reader Denys Hawthorne. Producer Julian Wilkinson
0 Requests to Poetry Please! BBC, Bristol BS8 2LR
with Chris Dunkley.
Export or Die?
Peter Day asks if Britain PLC can export its way out of recession.
Authors Robin Chapman and Jay Parini , who have both written biographies, talk about approaching a life through fiction.
with Susan Marling.
Last of a four-part series looking at the world's creative communities. Calcutta
Simon Parkes travels to
India, where writers, poets and painters live among the poverty-stricken back streets.
Producer David Prest
Jessica Holm reports on the endangered white-winged wood duck.
Second of two documentaries by David Dabydeen , who was bom in Guyana, and presents an outsider's view of England today.
England has been absorbing foreign influences ever since the Angles settled these islands. Can this subconscious tradition be harnessed to create a more positive attitude to modem immigration? Contributors include: Dan Gidwany ,
Harry Goldbourne ,
Vaya Naidu and Marina Warner. Producer David Perry
The programme that follows the activities of MPs in committee.
Presented by Rob Orchard. Producer Dinah Lammiman
Thirty Years of Honesty A Lent series to mark the 30th anniversary of the publication of the controversial paperback Honest to God, by the then Bishop of Woolwich, John Robinson.
3: A Loss of Nerve
John Bowden , Managing
Director of the SCM Press, who published the book, considers how honesty has fared since then.
Producer Norman Winter