with Marjorie Lofthouse. Producer David Bellinger
with Jack Hywel-Davies. Including Bells On Sunday from St Mary Redcliffe, Bristol.
What role do universities play in agricultural education? Robert Forster talks to Professor David Harvey of Newcastle University.
Producer Carol Trewin
with Alison Hilliard and Trevor Bames. Editor David Coomes
talks for the Week's Good Cause about the work done by Farm Africa.
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by Alistair Cooke.
Places of the Passion A series of devotional services for Lent featuring places which have associations with the Passion story.
The Mountain Top From Fisherwick
Belfast. Hymns: Immortal Invisible; 0 Thou who Camest from Above;
Almighty Father who Dost Give; All Earth Was Dark; Psalm 84 - How Lovely Is the Dwelling Place; Within Our Darkest Night (Taize); God Be in My Head. The service is led by Rev Dr David Lapsley with the choir of Fisherwick Presbyterian Church and Jubilate directed by David Stewart.
Omnibus edition. Director Keri Davies
with Jay Rayner. Producer lain Croft
with Liz Lochhead.
Another chance to hear author
Christabel Bielenberg choose eight records.
Producer Charlie Bunce
with Nick Clarke.
Members of the Goostrey Women's Institute, Cheshire, put their questions to
Dr Stefan Buczacki , Fred Downham and Daphne Ledward. Chairman Clay Jones. Producer Amanda Mares
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Memoirs of a Midget by Walter de la Mare. 2: Mr Anon
Miss M finds herself torn between the demands of her young suitor and the "evil" Fanny Bowater.
Flemming...SANDRA JAMES YOUNG Susan Monnerie ...FEDERAY HOLMES Dramatised by Stephen Wyatt Director Martin Jenkins
de la Mare.
Sir Walter Pollack:
Was Dick Barton really all that exciting? And was Rollercoaster such a terrible idea?
Laurie Taylor investigates some of radio's myths. Producer Mary Sharp
Hugo Young asks whether the new revisionists can hope to rescue the Labour party from permanent opposition.
In the last of four talks, Dr Irving Finkel traces the spectre of necromancy through the dust of the underworld inscribed on clay tablets in ancient Iraq. Producer Penny Lawrence
Drif Field, Baedeker of the second-hand book world, travels his favourite route.
Simon Rae and guest poet Matthew Sweeney whet their appetites with a selection of poetry on the theme of food. They taste fresh plums, a Welsh vindaloo and a few edible insects.
Reader Denys Hawthorne. Producer Julian Wilkinson
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with Chris Dunkley.
At the BBC, "producer choice" is applying market forces to programme making. How big a change is this for a public organisation? Peter Day investigates.
Nigel Forde investigates electronic books.
with Susan Marling.
The Tight Red
The subject of motherhood inspires poems of extraordinary passion and vitality. Katie Campbell presents a special collection for Mother's Day: from the formal musings of the 17th-century literary ladies to the elation and despair of contemporary women poets. The readers are Jenny Agutter and Adjoa Andoh.
Producer Claire Grove
Presented by Jessica Holm.
Throughout history, snakes have been symbols of both religious belief and sexuality, inspiring mixed emotions of horror, fear, admiration and reverence.
What is it about them that stirs the deepest recesses of the human psyche? Contributors include psychoanalysts Ann Baring and Andrew Samuels , male exotic speciality act Terry Brannigan , snake keeper Jack Comey , egyptologist Rosalie David , and anthropologist
Stephen Hugh-Jones . Original music based on snake sounds by Peter Howell of the BBC
Radiophonic Workshop. Producer Edwina Wolstencroft
with Carolyn Quinn.
MPs in committee cross-examine witnesses on issues of public concern. Producer Dinah Lammiman
30 Years of Honesty
A Lent series to mark the 30th anniversary of the publication of Honest to
God, by the then Bishop of Woolwich, John Robinson. 4: The Aweful Truth
Ruth Etchells responds to the book's challenge to the image of God as transcendent and absolute. Producer Norman Winter