with Marjorie Lofthouse. Producer David Bellinger
with Jack Hywel-Davies . Including Bells On
Sunday from St Paul's Cathedral, London.
Robin Page talks to botanist and wild flower expert Miriam Rothschild. Producer Carol Trewin
with Andrew Green and Christopher Morgan. Editor David Coomes
talks for the Week's Good Cause about the Low Pay
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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.
This week, The Garden, a personal pilgrimage in words and music from Borrowdale to Durham. Wild Hills O'Wannie ; There is a Green Hill
(Horsley); Passion Chorale (JS Bach); The Boar's Head
(Jordan); Ring Christ, Ring Mary, Benedict and Bede
(Woodlands); The Stranger (Surrey); Walking in a Garden (Noel Nouvelet);
Border Spirit; Matthew 26, w 36-44; I John. Extracts from T S Eliot,
Dylan Thomas , Richard Tamplin. Worship led by Ruth Etchells with folk singer
Maddy Prior, Mark Jordan (woodwind) and Clifford Lantaff (harp).
Omnibus edition. Director Joanna Toye
with Jay Rayner. Producer lain Croft
with Chris Serle.
Another chance to hear
Sir Isaiah Berlin choose eight records to take to his island exile.
Producer Janet Lee
with Nick Clarke.
Members of the Braunston Village Gardens Association,
Northamptonshire, put their questions to Dr Stefan Buczacki , Sue Phillips and Fred Downham.
Chairman Clay Jones. producer Amanda Mares
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Memoirs of a Midget by Walter de la Mare. Final part: The Circus.
Miss M's determination to be free leads her into the world of circus, and to an untimely death.
Dramatised by Stephen Wyatt Director Martin Jenkins
de la Mare.
Sir Walter PoUacke:
with Laurie Taylor.
Libby Spurrier doorsteps the doorsteppers. Producer Mary Sharp
Out of the Red
John Lloyd investigates whether radical market reforms in Russia should be intensified, modified or thrown out altogether.
The return of the children's books programme, introduced by Michael Rosen.
Censored or sensitive?
Should children's writers be forced to be "politically correct", or is this a threat to freedom of expression? Michael Rosen talks to authors and publishers. Producer Jill Burridge
Director of the Science
Museum Dr Neil Cossons lifts a manhole and looks into London's sewers.
Simon Rae introduces requests and talks to guest poet Matthew Sweeney.
Reader Denys Hawthorne. Producer Julian Wilkinson eRequests to Poetry Please! BBC, Bristol BS8 2LR
with Chris Dunkley.
Business in Handcuffs
In view of the problems caused by big fraud cases, Peter Day investigates how to lock up the fraudsters.
Nigel Forde goes behind the pages of the book review business.
with Susan Marling.
Listeners report on issues which have affected their lives.
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The Endless Knot by Kurt Diemberger.
Read by Frederick Jaeger. A mountaineering love story, Kurt Diemberger 's account of climbing K2 with Julie Tullis is one of high drama and heroic endurance, of triumph followed by tragedy. Adapted and produced by Keith Hindell
Presented by Jessica Holm.
Richard Holmes reconstructs the emotional and artistic turmoil of Shelley's last weeks in Italy. Was the poet suicidal, or was he on the brink of a new lease of creative life?
Producer Ed Thomason
Percy Bysshe Shelley:
Edward John Trelawny:
with Carolyn Quinn. The programme that follows the activities of MPs in committee as they cross-examine witnesses on public issues.
Producer Dinah Lammiman
30 Years of Honesty
A Lent series to mark the 30th anniversary of the publication of the controversial million-selling paperback Honest to God, by the then Bishop of Woolwich, John Robinson.
5: Truth is Many-eyedAlan Race , Director of Studies for the Southwark
Ordination Course, which John Robinson founded, picks up the trail.
Producer Norman Winter