with Marjorie Lofthouse. Producer David Bellinger
with Jack Hywel-Davies . Including Bells On
Sunday from St Michael 's Church, Cumnor, Oxford.
with Alison Hilliard and Trevor Barnes. Editor David Coomes
appeals for the Week's Good Cause on behalf of Parentline, a helpline for Parents in difficulty.
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In preparation for the Baptist Assembly, from Mansfield Road Baptist
Church, Nottingham, led by Rev Brian Nicholls. Preacher Rev Dr Brian Haymes. Music: Crown Him with Many Crowns; Behold the Lord; All Heaven Declares; Sing of the Lord's Goodness; HaUelujah, My Father,
Come, Praise the Name of Jesus. Readings: I Peter 1, w 3-9; John 20, w 24-29. Organist Audrey Axford. Conductor Paul Lavender.
Omnibus edition. Director Keri Davies
with Louise Levene. Producer Smita Patel
with Jeremy Nicholas.
Chef Anton Edelmann talks to Sue Lawley. producer Olivia Seligman
with Nick Clarke.
Members of the St Roberts Horticultural Society,
Newcastle-upon-Tyne, put their questions to Dr Stefan Buczacki , Sid Robertson and Fred Downham. Chairman Clay Jones. Producer Amanda Mares
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La Bete Humaine
The final part of Emile Zola 's thriller. With Michael Maloney as Jacques, Martin Head as Roubaud and Imogen Stubbs as Sevenne. The Cure
"Thou shalt not kill ... Yes, but there's a more basic law than that - the most ancient law of all ...
Dramatised by Sally Hedges Music: Barrington Pheloung Director Nigel Bryant
The second of four programmes by Roderick Graham to celebrate the life of Sydney Smith.
Robert Lang plays the cleric who could dazzle any social gathering.
Director Jane Morgan
James Naughtie goes inside the United Nations to tell the story of the biggest revolution in its history.
Books for Babies
Patricia Hodge and Jane Doonan join Michael Rosen to review new books for children under four.
Producer Jill Burridge
Six programmes in which Martyn Wiley and Ian McMillan follow in the footsteps of Dr Samuel Johnson and James Boswell.
Episode two, in which the heroes travel via Skye and Raasay.
with Simon Rae and readers Virginia McKenna , Peter Jeffrey , and guest Jenny Joseph.
Producer Pat Pryor
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Nigel Farrell presents the first of six more visits to
Bentley in Hampshire.
Peter Day examines the state of the Italian economy.
Nigel Forde talks to Robert Ludlum. Plus a round-up of the latest paperbacks.
with Susan Marling.
by Wilfred Thesiger.
In this "classic of travel writing" the author recalls the time that he spent living in the Southern Marshes of Iraq during the 1950s. Atmospheric and evocative, the book records a water-dominated way of life that had remained unchanged for 5,000 years, but which is now almost destroyed. Read by David Holt. Producer Anne Edyvean
Four documentaries by David Wheeler presenting the inside story of the newspaper industry, then and now.
Cecil King, Northcliffe, Rothermere, Beaverbrook and Thomson recalled and assessed by the present Lord Rothermere and Hugh Cudlipp, William Deedes,
Geoffrey Goodman, Max Hastings, Alastair Hetherington, Sir John Junor, Gerald Long and Andreas Whittam Smith.
While George Melly dines in the calm expectant surroundings of a Soho restaurant, the kitchen is a maelstrom of flashing knives, boiling pots and simmering emotions. In charge of the battleground is chef de cuisine Daniel Crow. The cockpit of fire is not unknown to playwrights Arnold Wesker and Bernard Kops, and as Kops says: "If you can survive the kitchen, you can survive anything."
(First broadcast on World Service)
To mark the Orthodox Easter, Bernard Jackson travels to Mount Athos, the spiritual centre of the Orthodox Church. Set on a Greek peninsula overlooking the Aegean Sea, it houses 20 major monasteries and some 1,600 monks.