with Marjorie Lofthouse. Producer David Bellinger
with Jack Hywel-Davies . Including Bells on Sunday from St Mary the Virgin, Caterham, East Surrey.
Quentin Seddon meets Joy Larkom. known as the guru of unusual vegetables and salads. Producer Carol Trewin
Religious news with Colin Morris.
8.00 News and at 8.10 Sunday Papers Producer Christine Morgan
speaks for the Week's Good Cause about a charity which provides intensive social work support for disadvantaged families and communities.
Producer Mohini Patel
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Community Mass from the chapel of Thornhill College, Londonderry.
Celebrant and preacher Fr John Cargan. Director of Music Sheila Carland.
Media news with Joanna Coles.
Producer Anne Reevell. Rptd Tuesday 11.00pm
Six programmes about people in Britain who will risk eating alfresco. 3: Tea is served for the cricket team of Kilve in Somerset. Producer Jayne K Morgan
with Professor of Poetry at the University of Oxford James Fenton.
Producer Olivia Seligman. Rptd Friday 9.05am
with James Cox.
Pippa Greenwood , Geoffrey Smith and Nigel Colborn answer questions for the Whitchurch and District Horticultural
Society. The chairman is Eric Robson. A Taylor Made production
Repeated Wednesday at 11.30am
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Final episode of this serialisation which is part of the J B Priestley season. Final Curtain. The glamour of the music halls begins to fade for Richard.
Dramatised by Bert Coules Music by Chris Monks
Director Kate Rowland. Rptd Friday 2.00pm
With Christopher Serle. Repeated from Friday
When the door slams in your face, it takes guts to plaster the smile back on and ring the next bell. After you have heard this history of the "door-knocker", traced through the triumphs and woes of the salespeople themselves, you'll never slam the door again! Producer Pat Pryor
Barry Took explores a stately home. Repeated from Tuesday
This month marks the 15th anniversary of Poetry Please!, and the arrival of a new presenter, Gareth Owen. Producer Sara Davies
Kevin Connolly looks at the effect of the fall of Communism on four separate Russian communities. Repeated from Friday
Robert Swindells ' acclaimed story told in three episodes.
1: A school trip to Whitby turns into a nightmare for Fliss and her friends.
With Nina Wadia. Michael Cooper , Margaret John and Gavin Muir. Dramatised by Richard Pinner Director Sally Avens
Hello Caller. With all eyes on the so-called information superhighway, is the bell tolling for the POT - the plain old telephone? Peter Day investigates. Producer Colin Wilde
Mary Archer argues that market forces will meet our future energy needs. Repeated from Thursday
Repeated from yesterday 4.00pm
8.00 In Other Words: Talking Shop
8.30 Great Pioneers of Education: Jennie Lee 9.00 Talking about the Enlightenment 9.20 Arts Foundation Course: Revision 9.40 American
Conversations: Hugh Sidey
What happens when doctors become patients, counsellors have to take advice and criminals are robbed? Fay Wertheimer reflects on role reversal.
Producer Lucy Bartley
Professor John Durant assesses the impact of the discovery that the earth's surface is made of moving plates. Repeated from Wednesday
Presented by John Man.
4: Wendy's Story. Wendy Brandchaft was taking a bath when a noise in the other room was followed by the fuzzy image of a red shirt and a 357 Magnum. Producer Simon Elmes
3: The Ornithologist. Chris Stuart meets RSPB worker Stephanie Tyler who is obsessed with anything that moves. A Presentable production
Sports journalist Hugh Mclllvanney reveals who he considers to be the best sports writers of this century. Producer Julian Wilkinson Rpt
Nigel Forde remembers William Tyndale , the Bible translator and martyr who was born 500 years ago. Producer Norman Winter