with Marjorie Lofthouse. Producer David Bellinger
with Jack Hywel-Davies . Including Bells on Sunday from the Church of St Vedast, Foster Lane, London.
Lionel Kelleway finds dormice who have recolonised their East Anglian stronghold. Producer Grant Sonnex
with Trevor Barnes and Alison Hilliard. Editor David Coomes
8.10 Sunday Papers
speaks for the Week's Good Cause on behalf of the Partially-Sighted Society.
DONATIONS to [address removed]
Choral Matins in celebration of the 400th anniversary of George Herbert 's birth, from Wilton Parish Church, Wiltshire. Led by Rev Canon Bede Cooper. With the Allegri Singers. Introit: Listen, Sweet Dove (Grayston Ives ); Responses: Byrd; Venite (SS Wesley); Psalm 23 (Louis Halsey ); Lessons: Ecclesiasticus 45, w 1-8; Philippians 2, w 1-11; Te Deum and Benedictus: Byrd Short Service; Anthem: Let All the World in Every Corner Sing (Leighton); Hymns: Teach Me, My God and King (Sandys); King of Glory, King of Peace (Gwalchmai).
Omnibus edition. Director Tim Coleman
with Hugh Prysor-Jones . Producer Smita Patel
with Neil Kinnock.
Les Dawson's interview with Doctor Anthony Clare in the last of the series is a poignant testimony to the life of one of Britain's best-loved entertainers. Produced by Michael Ember Associates
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with Nick Clarke.
In his last show as host. Clay Jones calls on Dr Stefan Buczacki , Fred Downham and Daphne Ledward to solve gardening problems.
Producer Amanda Mares
QUESTIONS on a postcard to Gardeners' Question Time, BBC. PO Box 27, Manchester M60 1SJ
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A three-part story by H G Wells.
2: The aromatic patent medicine is set to make a fortune for Uncle Teddy.
Dramatised by Nigel Gearing
Director Claire Grove
Compiled by Michael Bakewell from Tolstoy's writings and the words of his family and friends. In seven parts. 4: In Love ... as Never Before
Director Rosemary Hart
The final programme looking at three centuries of English family life.
6: Time of Departure: Old Age and Death
Why put on a cardigan and sit by the fire simply because you qualify tor a bus pass? Les Woodland meets four unusual older people for whom life has only just started.
1: Lou Laurence , the Geriatric Adonis
Producer Les Woodland
1: Weston Super-Mare . Barry Took returns to the resort where he forged his comedy writing partnership with Marty Feldman.
Simon Rae examines the preoccupations of women poets through the ages with guest poet and author Michele Roberts. Producer Sally Marmion
Six programmes looking at a European city with one of its British inhabitants.
1: Berlin. David Lodge follows Robin Merrill , ex-singer with the Pasadena Roof Orchestra and now a DJ in Berlin. The city has lost its unique character and to the dismay of its residents is becoming just another city. Cynics and enthusiasts who describe how Berlin is changing. Producer Sara Jane Hall
Wlio Needs Managers? Meet the company that's torn up the management rulebook.
Edward Blishen with guests Annette Kobak and Sebastian Faulks.
2: Ashes to the East Coast. The Hindu community of Leicester conduct elaborate funeral services to bid farewell to individual souls. Bel Mooney follows the flow of their philosophy in practice. Producer Penny Lawrence
Martin Wainwright meets the speech writers behind Kennedy, Thatcher and Wilson. Producer Wendy Pilmer
Presented by Kelvin Boot.
Austin Mitchell and Michael White are joined by Charles Kennedy and Andrew Rawnsley in a test of political knowledge. Chairman Patrick Hannan. Producer Louise Coats
Here I Stand
Andrew Green asks Cecil Lewis , First World War pilot, founder member of the BBC, author and thinker, about his personal faith.
Producer Noel Vincent