with Marjorie Lofthouse. Producer David Bellinger
with Jack Hywel-Davies . Including Bells On
Sunday from St Mary, Lymm, Cheshire.
Furniture maker and designer John Makepeace talks to George Macpherson about his work at Hooke Park College.
Producer Carol Trewin
with Andrew Green and Christopher Morgan. Editor David Coomes
talks for the Week's Good Cause about the work of the Huntingdon's Disease Association.
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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 Palm
Sunday Temple. Elizabeth Templeton reflects on religion under threat.
From Stockbridge Parish
Church, with the Edinburgh University Chamber Choir, directed by Nicholas Jones. Hymns: All My Hope on God Is Founded; The Merchants' Carol; The
Tree of Life; Travelling the Road to Freedom; Ubi
Caritas; Ride On, Ride On, in Majesty. Readings: I Kings 8, v 42 to 9, v 3; Matthew 21, w 6-17.
Omnibus edition. Director Tim Coleman
with Jay Rayner. Producer lain Croft
with Chris Serle.
Richard Gregory talks to Sue Lawley.
Producer Olivia Seligman
with Nick Clarke.
This week, a postbag edition: chairman Clay Jones with Dr Stefan Buczacki , Fred Downham and Sue Phillips.
Producer Amanda Mares
• Questions on a postcard to
Gardeners' Question Time, BBC, PO Box 27, Manchester M60 1SJ
La Bete Humaine
Emile Zola 's classic thriller dramatised in three parts. With Michael Maloney as Jacques, Martin Head as Roubaud, and Imogen Stubbs as Severine. 1: The Voice Inside
"Every time I went by, a cold shiver passed through me: I somehow knew this house was.... waiting - for me."
Dramatised by Sally Hedges Music: Barrington Pheloung Director Nigel Bryant
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In the last programme in the series, Laurie Taylor plays devil's advocate to leading voices from the radio industry.
Producer Mary Sharp
Losing Our Marbles? David Walker asks: how long before we need to worry about the coming age of the old when the baby-boom generation retires on private pensions, while its parents grow ever older?
Michael Rosen meets
Betsy Byars , one of America's most popular writers for children, and inventor of such characters as Bingo Brown and Mary Hammerman. Producer Jill Burridge
Rabbi Lionel Blue visits the Ammerdown Centre for the Promotion of Reconciliation and Peace, and leads a Christian/Jewish dialogue.
Simon Rae introduces a selection of popular requests with readers Virginia McKenna and Peter Jeffrey , and guest Jenny Joseph.
Producer Pat Pryor
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with Chris Dunkley.
Companies large and small are waking up to the cult of quality, and the new glittering prize in the quality race is the award from the European
Foundation for Quality Management. Peter Day finds how Rank Xerox Limited went about winning it, and what the company learned about itself in the process.
Practical but dull?
Readable but idiosyncratic? Nigel Forde investigates the role of travel guides, as well as other happenings in the world of books.
with Susan Marling.
Evenings in the Orchestra by Hector Berlioz. Berlioz often travelled across Europe with an orchestra, and the tales told on these travels were recorded by him and published in 1852. Tim Pigott-Smith reads a selection of these stories.
The scene is the orchestra pit of a provincial opera house, the cast the conductor and musicians. Translated by C R Fortescue Abridged by Davena Briggs Producer Tracy Neale
The story of Leonardo, the rare Kemps Ridley turtle. Presented by Kelvin Boot.
Richard Stilgoe presents a personal view of 60 years of the radio quiz.
Just why should anyone, precocious child or exhibitionist adult, want to become Top of the Form or Brain of Britain? And why should millions actually choose to listen to their attempts?
Producer Richard Edis
with Carolyn Quinn.
Producer Dinah Lammiman
Dr Jonathan Sacks , the Chief Rabbi, reflects on the Passover leitmotiv of freedom and its meaning for the modem world. Producer Beverley McAinsh