with Marjorie Lofthouse. Producer David Bellinger
with Jack Hywel-Davies . Including Bells on Sunday from St John the Baptist parish church, Burford, Oxfordshire.
Lord Mackie reflects on his farming life in Scotland. Presented by Oliver Walston. Producer Carol Trewin
with Trevor Barnes and Alison Hilliard. Producer David Coomes
speaks for the Week's Good Cause about Cathedral Camps, a charity which organises working holidays for young people to help with restoration work on cathedrals and their surroundings.
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by Alistair Cooke.
The International Communities of the College of the Ascension and Crowther Hall in Selly Oak, Birmingham, join together in a service of Holy Communion. Celebrant Rev Derek Hanscombe.
Preacher Rev Colin Chapman. Directors of Music Harcourt Blackett and Geoff Weaver.
with Joanna Coles.
Producer Anne Reevell
6: Do the Kankan. The people who trawl forthe record companies are pioneers of travel, exploring musical avenues and cultural difference. Andy Kershaw presents a special edition about his trip to Kankan in Guinea, one of the great sources of music in west Africa. Producer Noah Richler
Satirist Ian Hislop talks to Sue Lawley about his life and work and chooses eight records to take on his island exile.
Producer Olivia Selignan
Fred Downham , Sue Phillips and Bridget Moody answer questions sent in by listeners. Chairman Dr Stefan Buczacki. Producer Amanda Mares
Sir Walter Scott 's great novel of the 1745 Jacobite rebellion in four episodes with Richard Greenwood as Edward Waverley. 2: The Clash of Love and Duty. Waverley, on leave from his regiment, has been injured at the great stag hunt.
Music by lain Johnstone, with Mhairi Campbell (violin, viola), Ron Shaw (cello) and Mike Travis (drums) Dramatised by Roger Danes
Director Patrick Rayner
Donald Bean Lean:
The Civil Service isgoing through reorganisation but can business methods co-exist with the ethos of public service? Sheena McDonald presents the first of a three-part series.
Final programme: Tramps and Travellers.
Simon Rae introduces your requests, and listeners report on their favourite poetry. Producer Paul Dodgson
Martyn Wiley invites six guests to talk about their ideologies and faiths. Stan Shaw is one of the last men making spring-handled knives by the traditional method. He talks about his life's work and dedication to this specialised craft. Producer Dave Sheasby
Songs and stories told by the very young to the very old about the goodbyes of life. Producer Matt Thompson
Alun Lewis investigates the latest in medical technology.
Producer Deborah Cohen
Professor Margaret Boden of Sussex University tells Barbara Myers about her life, and how she became interested in artificial intelligence.
Producer Deborah Cohen
Six-part dramatisation of the life of Lord Byron by Michael and Melissa Bakewell, with Jonathan Hyde as Lord Byron and Paul Daneman as the voice of the poet. "There is something very softening in the presence of a woman... which I cannot account for, having no very high opinion of that sex."
Voice of the poet:
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Mike Wooldridge meets believers from the major religious traditions in Britain. 2: Spirit and Truth. What's true in religion? Scriptures, history, meditation, experience, reason and progress, all stake their claim. Producer Norman Winter
BBC correspondents report on one of the main topics in this week's news. Producer Howard Rogers
How celibate are the celibates?
Clare Jenkins talks to four women who have relationships with Roman Catholic priests. All of them keeptheirrelationships secret; they are not even using their real names, yet all would like the issues debated. Producer Julia Shaw
A challenge match featuring the winners and runners-up of the 1993 Brain of Britain and Mastermind competitions.
In Search of Peace. This week Alison Hilliard visits Jerusalem to talk to the Chief Rabbi of Israel's Ashkenazi Jews.
Producer Amanda Hancox