with Marjorie Lofthouse. Producer David Bellinger
with Jack Hywel-Davies . Including Bells on Sunday from All Saints' Church, Sproughton, Ipswich.
2: Witton, the "Villagebya Wood". Following the clues left by one of the world's oldest railway lines, a meandering river and unusual gravel islands, Lionel Kelleway pieces together a historical jigsaw on the banks of the River Wier. Producer Sarah Blunt
with Alison Hilliard and Trevor Barnes. Producer Christine Morgan
8.00 Artworks - Changing Platforms
8.30 New Curiosity Shop - Talking
Sense 9.00 Semiotics and Visual Arts
9.20 Free Will Discussed 9.40 The
Developing World - What's On TV?
speaks for the Week's Good Cause on behalf of a charity which promotes medical and scientific research into disorders of the liver, and promotes patient support. DONATIONS TO: British Liver Trust, [address removed]. Credit cards [number removed]
Parish Mass from the Church of the Immaculate Heart of Mary, Great Missenden, Bucks. Celebrant and preacher Fr Dermot O'Gormon. Abba Father (Carey Landry ); Father, in my life I see thee (Frank Anderson ); Bread of life (Bernadette Farrell ); I will be with you (Gerald Markland ); Romans 8, w 14-17; Matthew 28, w 16-20; Psalm 32, The word of the Lord is faithful. Mass setting: St Louis Jesuits. Director of Music Cathy Waters.
Producer Anne Reevell
Patras. David Lodge finds out more about the perils of an expat life in Greece from Stephen Taylor who lives in the Peleponese in Patras, the third city of Greece. Producer Sara Jane Hall
The castaway this week is the trainer and former jump jockey Peter Scudamore.
Producer Olivia Seligman
Pippa Greenwood , Bob Flowerdew and Geoffrey Smith answer questions for the Frinton and District Horticultural Society. Chairman is Eric Robson.
ATaylor Made production BBC GARDENERS' WORLD LIVE: 15-19 June at the National Exhibition Centre, Birmingham. Tickets: [number removed].
Final part of Margaret Oliphant 's novel.
A Guilty Bit of Paper.
Mr May, beset on all sides by debt, is swept towards the conclusion of his deceitful action.
Music composed by Malcom McKee and played by Malcom McKee and Linda Rhodes
Dramatised by Elizabeth Proud
Director Sue Wilson
Music composed by:
Mrs Tozer / Mrs Sam Hurst:
Cotsdean / Pidgeon / Simpson:
Sophy / Nurse:
Would an independent Bank of England cure the economy's boom/bust cycle?
Martin Wainwright stops off in Stratford and Oxford on his journey down the A34.
Today's programme launches the new Radio 4 Speak a Poem competition to find the country's best poetry performers. Producer Julian Wilkinson
FOR DETAILS: phone [number removed].
Thriller by Diane Whitley and Dave Simpson. 3: The Interview. Someone is trying to warn off Radio Crimewaves from seeking new evidence in the Keith Brandon case.
Producer Martin Jameson
The Living Dead
We're supposed to be on the road to recovery, but there's no respite for the growing number of bankrupts in Britain. Peter Day reports on the problems of those who become the pariahs of society. Producer Colin Wilde
Edward Blishen and guests Denis and Edna Healey select three favourite paperbacks.
Jenni Mills explores the human stories behind the headlines. 3: Muriel Harvey , a 67-year-old widow, was attacked and raped when walking home from Mass.
Jez Nelson reports on the wonderful world of science in the first of an eight-part magazine series.
Tlw Smugglers. Starring Tony Hancock with Sidney James , Bill Kerr , Kenneth Williams , Patricia Hayes and Noel Dryden. Written by Alan Simpson and Ray Galton. Music by the Wally Stott Orchestra
Producer Tom Ronald (first broadcast in 1959)
Nigel Douglas talks to the Italian soprano Graziella Sciutti.
Producer Gillian Hush
Presented by Rodney Foster. Producer Vanessa Harrison
4: Pioneers for Prayer. Dr Elizabeth Stuart talks about her controversial book of gay and lesbian liturgy. Producer Amanda Hancox