With Marjorie Lofthouse. Producer David Bellinger
with Jack Hywel-Davies . Including Bells °n Sunday from St Mary, Abergavenny.
Lionel Kelleway drifts in a balloon over the changing face of the Devon countryside to see how rocks, rivers and humans have shaped the modern landscape. Producer Grant Sonnex
with Trevor Barnes and Alison Hilliard. Producer Christine Morgan
speaks for the Week's Good Cause about a charity which offers support and Practical help to families with children under five, who are experiencing difficulties or who are at risk of abusing their children.
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live from Queen's College, Taunton, Somerset.
Director Tim Coleman
Joanna Coles introduces the first in a new series which examines the main media stories of the week.
Producer Anne Reevell
Dilly Barlow and her guests offer their recipe for untangling the spaghetti of everyday life. This week: Greed.
Producer Rebecca Nicholson
The castaway this week is the Secretary of State for Health, Virginia Bottomley. She will be talking to Sue Lawley about her life and work and choosing eight records to take on her island exile.
Producer Olivia Seligman
with Nick Clarke.
Members of the Cottenham and District Community Association in Cambridge-shire put their questions to Fred Downham , Bob Flowerdew and Daphne Ledward. Chairman Dr Stefan Buczacki. Producer Amanda Mares
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Anthony Trollope 's novel dramatised in four parts.
3: While Adolphus Crosbie continues his stay at Courcy Castle, his fiancee Lily Dale endures the agony of separation, comforted only by his letters, When these become less frequent she fears that something terrible has happened.
Dramatised by Martyn Wade
with Chris Serle.
Billy Kay celebrates the Anglo-Scottish border and the people who live there.
Hank Wangford explores Ireland's s west coast.
3: The Island of Inishbofin - Over the Edge
Simon Rae presents the second of two programmes recorded in Manchester as part of BBC Radio On Show.
Russell Dixon and Polly Hemingway read a selection of light-hearted verse. Producer Julian Wilkinson
The hills and valleys of northern England have produced more than their fair share of notable personalities. In this series, Martin Wainwright tells the stories of four of them. 1. The Pharaohs of Tod
5: Madrid. Colin Moore is an architect and one of a growing band of highly-skilled professionals attracted to Europe for work and a change of lifestyle. David Lodge investigates the secret of Colin's success and why moving there was the best decision he ever made. Producer Sara Jane Hall
Peter Day investigates whether EC environmental legislation will make Europe a healthier place - or bankrupt businesses.
Edward Blishen and his guests Beatrix Campbell and Steve Platt select three paperbacks they consider a good read.
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6: Fading Laments. In the final programme of the series, Bel Mooney joins the Greek Orthodox community in Glasgow in their adapted rituals and commemorations. Producer Penny Lawrence
Sir Claus Moser argues that Britain should be pushing more people into higher education, whatever the cost.
Presented by Kelvin Boot.
Sue MacGregor meets Jung Chang , author of the prizewinning Wild Swans. Producer Gillian Hush
The Cross and the Jaguar. The peoples of Mexico and Guatemala have evolved a remarkable mixture of Catholicism and the religion of the Mayas. Rebecca Cody and Daphne Waring explore a world of pyramids, churches and statues that drink and smoke. Producer Denis Nowlan