with Marjorie Lofthouse. Producer David Bellinger
with Jack Hywel-Davies . Including Bells on Sunday from York Minster, North Yorkshire.
Every summer, Michael Eavis allows his land to be invaded by thousands of people for the Glastonbury Festival. Robert Forster joins him to find out if rock music is compatible with farming. Producer Gill Powell
Religious news and views. Producer David Coomes
8.00 News, 8.10 Sunday Papers
speaks for the Week's Good Cause on behalf of a charity that gives advice to victims of medical accidents.
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A service of Holy Communion on the eve of Independence Day from St Aldate's Church, Gloucester. Celebrant Rev Derek Sawyer. Preacher Rev Dr Victoria Raymer. Readings: Hebrews 11, vv 8-16; Matthew 5, vv 43-8; New people's mass (Don Gregory Murray); God my King, thy might confessing (John Brookes ); In Christ there is no East or West; Mine eyes have seen the glory.
Organist Raita Sawyer.
Presented by Simon Hoggart.
Producer Anne Reevell
John Walters samples different kinds of British seaside holidays in a four-part series.
1: A Guest House in Skegness Producer Sue Foster
with the broadcaster Derek Jameson.
Producer Olivia Seligman
with James Cox.
Pippa Greenwood , Geoffrey Smith and Henry Noblett solve problems posed by members of the Ulverston Gardening Society. The chairman is Eric Robson.
A Tavtor Made production
Margaret Steward 's three-part dramatisation of Elizabeth Bowen 's classic novel.
1: 1934. From her deathbed, the sinister Madame Fisher weaves the lives of young Henrietta and Leopold as she manipulated others before them.
Music by Anthea Gomez
Director Sue Wilson
Mrs Michaelis/Mrs West:
Mrs Arbuthnot/Mrs Grant Moody:
Why is so much faith placed in managerial solutions to economic and social ills?
2: Aids. Baroness Jay of Paddington visits some of the pioneering medical and support organisations in her area.
By popular request, Tom Durham reads Gerard Manley Hopkins 's long narrative poem, The Wreck of the Deutschland. Producer Sally Marmion
A five-part dramatisation of Frances Hodgson Burnett 's story, with Harriet Walter , Beryl Reid and Robin Bailey.
2: Mary makes a friend - and unlocks the secret garden.
With Jessica Marshall-Gardner , Guy Faulkner and Ian Taylor. Dramatised by Judy Allen. Producer John Taylor
... or how Arpad and Alena Rosner broke out of their perilous past and came - via football, ice-skating, poetry, music, dancing and factories - to a new kind of freedom. Readers Christopher Lee and Maria Mezei.
Producers Karin Femald and Piers Plowright
In the last of the series, Edward Blishen and his guests Claire Rayner and John Mortimer select favourite paperbacks.
8.00 Maths Miscellany: Who is Sophie Germain ? - a female mathematician was unheard of, even in revolutionary France. With Juliet Stevenson. 8.30
Open for Business - Management
Development in Eastern Europe 9.00
Women and the Military 9.20 Changing Identities 9.40 Talking About the Enlightenment
Messiaen's music was influenced by birdsong and Hindu rhythms, but most profoundly by his faith. Rosemary Hartill looks at whether he succeeded in his aim to bring the church's liturgy into the concert hall. Producer Amanda Hancox
Do police officers in Northern Ireland ever escape from the terrorist threat, or is it a 24-hour-a-dayjob? And how does it affect their families? The men and women of the Royal Ulster Constabulary and their partners talk frankly about home life. Producer Kathleen Carragher
In the second of six conversations, John Miller talks to Julie Flint who in 1987 was one of three journalists to remain in war-torn Beirut as the Observer's correspondent. After a life of reporting from foreign parts, now she has returned to England. Producer Richard Bannerman
Presented by Norman Smith.
God on Monday. Peter Morgan , director general of the Institute of Directors, responds to the challenge of making connections between faith and work.
Producer Norman Winter