with Marjorie Lofthouse. Producer David Bellinger
with Jack Hywel-Davies . Including Bells on Sunday from St Bartholomew the Great, Smithfield, London.
Oliver Walston breakfasts in border country with cheesemaker John Curtis. Producer Gill Powell
Producer David Coomes
Rt Rev William Westwood speaks for the Week's Good Cause about a charity which helps deaf-blind people improve their quality of life and promotes awareness and understanding of their problems.
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Presented by Joanna Coles.
Producer Anne Reevell
John Walters samples different kinds of British seaside holiday.
2: This week, a camping and caravanning site in Scotland Producer Matt Hall
with Rabbi Hugo Gryn.
Producer Olivia Seligman
with James Cox.
Pippa Greenwood , Bob Flowerdew and John Stirland answer horticultural questions posed by visitors to the Hampton Court Palace Flower Show. The chairman is Eric Robson. A Taylor Made production
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Second part of Margaret Steward 's three-part dramatisation of Elizabeth Bowen 's classic novel.
1924. Five years have passed since Karen last saw Max. He is now engaged to Naomi Fisher against her mother's wishes. His attraction to Karen is obvious, and she agrees to an illicit meeting.
Music by Anthea Gomez. Director Sue Wilson
with Christopher Serie.
Full employment is back on the political agenda, but most forecasters predict high rates of joblessness for the next decade. In the last of the series, Melanie Phillips asks whether we have learned to tolerate a society where many people have never worked.
Baroness Jay of Paddington concludes a three-part exploration of her urban lair.
Simon Rae introduces requests on a maritime theme, with poems read by Barry Rutter.
Producer Paul Dodgson
A Parcel of Rogues. In the first of four programmes, Colin MacKay reflects on the fabric of Scottish life.
Scotland today remains clearly different from the rest of the UK-but how different?
Harriet Walter , Beryl Reid and Robin Bailey star in a five-part dramatisation of Frances Hodgson Bumett 's classic story. Part 3: Mysterious noises from the hidden room ...
With Jessica Marshall-Gardner , Guy Faulkner and Ian Taylor. Dramatised by Judy Allen Producer John Taylor
I It has taken 1,200 years to create, but there is now a way of crossing the whole of the Continent by water - from North Sea to Black Sea. Peter Day made the trip, and his six-part journey begins in Holland.
nAn eight-part documentary series about life at Birmingham
1: There's a bomb scare on board an incoming flight; the airport steps up its battle for transatlantic routes; and Lufthansa discovers it has more passengers than meals for a flight due to depart in 30 minutes.
8.00 Maths Miscellany: Karl Marx
8.30 Open Your Thinking! 9.00 Gender and Consumption 9.20 George Eliot : The Search for Secular Answers 9.40
American Conversations: David Brower
Estonian Arvo Part's music has been described as "seeking the eternal silence" in music. In the last of the series, Rosemary Hartill looks at his life and work. Producer Amanda Hancox SEE THIS WEEK page 10
Northern Ireland has suffered 25 years of terrorism. Noel Thompson reports on the cost of the violence to individuals and assesses the part economics has played in the peace process. Producer Kathleen Carragher
In the third of six conversations,
John Miller talks to explorer and travel writer Wilfred Thesiger , who spent a great part of his life in African landscapes and with the Marsh Arabs of the Middle East. Producer Richard Bannerman
Presented by Tim Fenton.
Rowanne Pascoe talks to Archbishop. Derek Warlock , who is celebrating 50 years as a priest, about his life and the future of the Roman Catholic Church.
Producer Roger Childs