With Marjorie Lofthouse. Producer David Bellinger
with Jack Hywel-Davies . Including Bells on Sunday from St Mary's Church, Beverley.
Seventy years ago, Henry Williamson began writing his famous novel Tarka the Otter, telling the story of Tarka's life in North Devon. Jessica Holm goes down to the banks of the River Torridge to explore the rich otter habitat there. Producer Simon Roberts
with Trevor Barnes and Alison Hilliard. Editor David Coomes
speaks for the Week's Good Cause about the work of the charity Live Music Now! which he founded.
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To mark the Partnership for Change meeting in Manchester tomorrow, Martin Palmer and Liz Patterson lead a group of Pilgrims to St Ninian's Cave nearWhithorn and on the way explore what different faiths can contribute to the future. Producer Johnston McKay
Omnibus edition. Director Tim Coleman
with Martin Wainwright. Producer lain Croft
with Chris Serie.
Comedian Paul Merton talks to Sue Lawley. Producer Olivia Seligman
with Ben Bradshaw and Nick Clarke.
Chairman Dr Stefan Buczacki digs into the postbag and calls on Sue Phillips, Diane Ledward and Fred Downham.
Producer Amanda Mares
Anthony Trollope 's novel dramatised in four episodes.
1: Lily Dale , one of Trollope's most charming heroines, is the impoverished niece of the squire of Allington. She is loved by Johnny Eames , yet rejects him in favour of the dashing Adolphus Crosbie.
Dramatised by Martyn Wade Director Cherry Cookson
Compiled by Michael Bakewell from Tolstoy's writings. In seven parts. 6: My Unhappy Family
Other parts played by members of the cast Director Rosemary Hart
Count Leo Tolstoy:
2: The Give in the System. The voluntary sector is being asked to step into the breach as the welfare state retreats. But can it retain its independence and sustain innovation?
Les Woodland meets more fascinating proof that the older you get the more exciting life becomes.
3: Eric Delaney - Let There Be Drums! Producer Les Woodland
Country and western singer
Hank Wangford explores
Ireland's west coast.
1: Galway Gty - Close to the Edge
Simon Rae talks to his guest, poet and novelist Michele Roberts , and introduces a selection of requests. Producer Sally Marmion
with Chris Dunkley.
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3: Istanbul. Picture yourself living in Istanbul. Paul Trigggoes on aguidedtour of his friends, his flat and his fresh figs. Presented by David Lodge. Producer Sara Jane Hall
In the aftermath of the virtual breakdown of the ERM, Peter Day asks business leaders across Europe what they want now.
Edward Blishen and his guests Sir John Harvey-Jones and Bonny Falconer select three paperbacks.
Producer Susan Roberts
4: Building the Promised Land. Bel Mooney discovers how the Rastafarians of Birmingham are building heaven on earth, where as God's chosen people they can live for ever. Producer Penny Lawrence
011 the Road. Mike, a so-called "New Age traveller", explains why he chooses to live the way he does.
Tales from the Siberian marshlands.
Presented by Kelvin Boot.
Two teams captained by Austin Mitchell and Michael White , with their guests Sir David Steel and Vincent Hanna. Chairman is Patrick Hannan. Producer Louise Coats
To mark the Jewish New Year festival of Rosh Hashanah , the Chief Rabbi Dr Jonathan Sacks talks to Trevor Barnes about the significance of the festival. Producer Christina Morgan