with Marjorie Lofthouse. Producer David Bellinger
with Jack Hywel-Davies . Including Bells on Sunday from St Giles Church, Newcastie-under-Lyme.
To mark the start of Phil Drabble 's 17th (and final) series of One Man and His Dog on BBC2 tonight, Robin Page joins the naturalist and countryman for breakfast at his home. Producer Carol Trewin
with Alison Hilliard and Trevor Bames. Producer David Coomes
speaks for the Week's Good Cause about Traidcraft Exchange, a Christian charity which promotes a fair-trading system and encourages ethical business Practice throughout the world.
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A service of holy communion for the ninth Sunday before Christmas from the Church of St John the Baptist, Dronfield, near Sheffield. Celebrant Rev Derek Palmer. Preacher Malcolm Liles. Hymns: Awake! Awake! Ring Off the Night; Lord of Beauty, Thine the Splendour; Be Still for the Presence of the Lord (arr Howe); One More Step along the World I Go; Lord Jesus, Once You Spoke to Men. Organist and Choirmaster Ken Ellis.
Omnibus edition. Written by Louise Page Director Joanna Toye
with Joanna Coles.
Producer Anne Reevell
This week Dilly Barlow and her guests take a look at rituals and habits. Producer Sally Ratman
Disc jockey Kenny Everett talks to Sue Lawley.
Producer Olivia Seligman
with Nick Clarke.
Members of the Stoke Poges, Wexham and Fulmer Horticultural Society, Buckinghamshire, put their questions to Daphne Ledward , Fred Downham and Sue Phillips. Chairman
Dr Stefan Buczacki. producer Amanda Mares
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Concluding Turgenev's romantic story of love and patriotism. With Amanda Root and Philip Franks.
Insarov's sudden disappearance is bewildering to Elena.
Pianist Pauline Alston
Dramatised by Michael Crompton
Director Michael Fox
Priest's wife/Old woman:
Frances Cairncross asks whether the government should hel p women go out to work when their children are small.
Tempted by bare-breasted maidens and "Plots against Hitler" biblio-Baedeker Drif Field turns to page 359 of his guide to Britain's secondhand bookshops.
Simon Rae talks to poet and critic Tom Paulin about his Anthology of Vernacular
Producer Sally Marmion
A voyage into the frenzy of ecstatic dancing, part medieval drama and part 1990s rave. Carey Harrison 's drama about a dancing mania in an Italian village is intercut with recordings from a 24-hour rave party in Wiltshire.
Singer: Belinda Sykes
Percussionist: Dawson Ben-Hassine Miller Music Rex Brough
Producer Tessa Watt
What happens when consultants think it's time to make some changes in a firm? Nigel Cassidy follows the fortunes of one company as it gets a second opinion.
When Aldous Huxley wrote about his mescalin experiences in The Doors of Perception, he raised the curtain on the modern drugs age. Altered states have since been explored by cult authors as disparate as Ken Kesey, Carlos Castaneda and Hunter S. Thompson.
Last of the series in which people recall the exhilaration of gambling in their lives. You Win Some, You Lose Some. Memories of times when things went right and the days when everything went wrong. Producer Ian Bell
For Art's Sake. Peter Blake argues that art students should serve an apprenticeship.
Invitation to the Dream. In the last of the series, Professor David Harvey asks whetherthe realities of modem urban life can ever produce pleasant, vibrant cities for people to live in. Music Clement Ishmael Producer Sallie Davies
Sue MacGregor meets Jung Chang , author of the prizewinning Wild Swans. Producer Gillian Hush
Four of Hearts. Rosemary Hartill talks to Bill Barlow about how his conversion to the Russian Orthodox Church affected his attitude towards the army. Producer Amanda Hancox