With Marjorie Lofthouse. Producer David Bellinger
With Jack Hywel-Davies . Including Bells on Sunday from All Saints' Church, Marcham, Oxfordshire
Robin Page breakfasts in Wiltshire with Helen Browning , chairman of British Organic Farmers. Producer Carol Trewin
with Alison Hilliard and Trevor Barnes. Producer Christine Morgan
8.10 Sunday Papers
speaks for the Week's Good Cause about a charity which was specially set up to improve the lives of children and families affected by Aids.
DONATIONS to National Forum on Aids and Children, [address removed]. CREDIT CARDS: [number removed]
from Haddon Hall Baptist Church, South London, led by Rev Steve Cahlke , National Director of the Oasis Trust. Theme: "The Jesus Manifesto". Readings: Luke 4, w 14-20; 1 John 3, w 16-18. Songs: 0 Lord Our God (We Will Magnify); 0 for a Thousand Tongues (Lyngham); Your Love Is the Deepest Love; I Want to Serve the Purpose of God.
Omnibus edition. Written by Janey Preger Director Ken Davies
Joanna Coles explores the week's events in the media.
Producer Anne Reevell
Hold the relish, save the sauce! Dilly Barlow and her guests offer their recipe for untangling the spaghetti of everyday life. This week: speed. Producer Sally Flatman
Opera singer Lesley Garrett is this week's castaway. She talks to Sue Lawley about her life and work.
Producer Olivia Seligman
Dr Stefan Buczacki digs into the postbag and talks to Sue Phillips, Fred Downham and Daphne Ledward.
Producer Amanda Mares (RepeatedWednesday 11.30am) QUESTIONS on a postcard to Gardeners' Question Time. BBC. PO Box 27. Manchester M60 1SJ
Final part of this dramatisation of Anthony Trollope 's novel.
Despite beingjilted, Lily swears she will love Adolphus until the day she dies.
Dramatised by Martyn Wade
Director Cherry Cookson
Lord de Guest:
Lady de Courcy:
Beyond Our Means? Stuart Simon asks if the Government's overdraft is out of control.
Road to a Nightingale. In the first of two programmes, John Walters discovers his local churchyard.
Simon Rae celebrates the unique voice of John Clare in the bicentenary year of his birth, with poet and critic Tom Paulin and readings by Freddie Jones. Producer Sally Marmion
Requests to: Poetry Please! [address removed]
Martin Wainwright tells the stories of four Pennine people.
2. Upright, Downright
Florence. In the final programme, David Lodge finds out what becomes of your "Englishness" after 25 years abroad. Producer Sara Jane Hall
Presented by Peter Day.
In this five-part series Mick Brown explores what makes a cult classic and talks to authors Ken Kesey. Joseph Heller , Erica Jong , Robert M Pirsig. Richard Bach , Marilyn French and many others.
1: This Book WillChange YourLife. From Henry Miller 's sexual exploits in 30s Paris to the Beats' spiritual quest across 50s America.
Producer Martin Buckley
In the first of three programmes, bookie-turned-historian
Carl Chinn talks to people who remember fondly how the bad old days could be turned into the good old days by the toss of a coin.
Marbles toMarkers. How children learned about the excitement of gambling. Producer Ian Bell
It Could Happen to You. Croatian writer Slavenka Drakulic describes the corrosive psychological effects of the war in former Yugoslavia.
First of three programmes in which Professor David Harvey looks at British urban living, the identity crisis faced by many cities, and at what the future city holds.
We've been abandoning our cities for many years now. How can we stem this tide and rebuild cities with a sense of purpose?
In the last of the series, Sue MacGregor meets Jeremy Sams , composer, translator and director.
Producer Gillian Hush
Four of Hearts. Rosemary Harthill talks to people who have taken risks in their lives, and applied faith to action. Tonight: Ronald Travers , international director of the Leonard Cheshire Foundation.
Producer Amanda Hancox