with Marjorie Lofthouse. Producer David Bellinger
with Jack Hywel-Davies . Including Bells on Sunday from St Giles' Church, Cripplegate.
Andy and Louise Stewart serve up steaming porridge to Quentin Seddon. Producer Gill Powell
with Alison Hilliard and Trevor Barnes. Producers Christine Morgan and David Coomes
speak for the Week's Good Cause on behalf of the Soundaround Association, an organisation that provides interactive, taped programmes for blind and partially sighted people.
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from Trinity Church, Sutton. Led by Rev Paul Priest. Readings: 2 Kings 4. w 18-37: James 5, w 13-16: Mark 2, w 1-12. Music: Praise, my soul, the King of Heaven; 0 for a closer walk with God (Stanford); 0 Christ the healer, we have come (Melcombe); Make me a channel of your peace; When Jesus the healer passed through Galilee (Healer); Kum ba ya; 0 Jesus, I have promised (Wolvercote). Director of Music lain Carnegie. Organist Stephen Haylett.
Presented by Joanna Coles.
Producer Anne Reevell
Rory Maclean takes another look at the journey behind the travel. Producer Mary Price
Writer Douglas Adams talks about his life and work, and chooses eight records. Producer Olivia Seligman
This week Fred Downham , Sue Phillips and Daphne Ledward dip into the post bag. Chairman Dr Stefan Buczacki.
Producer Amanda Mares
The second part of Mario Vargas Llosa 's masterpiece is based on a true incident in the 1890s. Colonel Cesar of the Brazilian Army sets out to put down a seemingly minor disturbance, inspired by a preacher who considers the world's first socialist republic to be the "Anti-Christ".
Dramatised by Mike Walker
Director Shaun MacLoughlin
Lion of Natuba:
Baron de Conabrava:
Presented by Michael Rosen.
Marketing Health. Melanie Phillips examines the Government's health service reforms.
Actor Robert Stephens takes a tour of the seaside town of Brighton.
Simon Rae introduces listeners' poetry requests, read by Peter Whitman and Susie Fugle.
Producer Sara Davies
Arthur Fieldsend has been a GP for 30 years and he tells Martyn Wiley how, in spite of recent changes, he soldiers on as a family doctor in his suburban surgery. Producer Dave Sheasby
Dave Hill dizzies himself on the M25, meeting the people who live and work on or near Britain's biggest car park. Producer Wendy Pilmer
Alun Lewis presents the last in the series. Producer Sue Broom
In the last of the series, Barbara Myers talks to Russell Stannard , Professor of Physics at the Open University. Producer Deborah Cohen
8.00 VIPs: Albert Einstein 8.30 Generals of the Revolution: James Watt and the Steam
Engine 9.00 Artworks 9.20 The New Curiosity Shop 9.40 Maths Miscellany: Alan Turing
Last episode in the 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. Carve a New Path to Fame. "Poor Greece - I have given her my time, my money, my health - and now I give her my life." Director Rosemary Hart
Mike Wooldridge presents the last of the series in which he meets believers from the major religious traditions in Britain. The Vision Thing: Faith and Society. Producer Norman Winter
Presented by Kelvin Boot.
Producer Sheila Cook
Best-selling author and Dublin journalist Maeve Binchy reveals a hatred for etiquette and a love of cats in her selection of poetry and prose. Readers Nigel Anthony and Kate Binchy Producer Julian Wilkinson
Presented by Mike Fairbairn. Producer Dinah Lammiman
The late-evening office of Compline from All Saints Church, Old Heathfield, East Sussex. Director of Music Brian Richards.