Producer David Bellinger
with Jack Hywel-Davies .
with Quentin Seddon. Producer Carol Trewin
with Colin Morris.
Producer Christine Morgan
8.00 News. 8.10 Sunday Papers
speaks for the Week's Good Cause about a charity which gives advice and help to older people and their carers. DONATIONS: Counsel and Care for the Elderly, [address removed] Call [number removed]Producer Mohini Patel
A service of thanksgiving from Magdalen College, Oxford, to celebrate the 500th anniversary of the birth of William Tyndale , "the father of the English Bible". Led by Rev Andrew Cain. Preacher Rt Rev
Richard Harries , Bishop of Oxford.
Reading John 1. w 1-14. The Lord gave us the word (Handel); Christ is made the sure foundation (Westminster
Abbey); Psalm 119 w 97-112; Thou whose almighty word (Moscow); Great Lord of Lords (Gibbons); Great God of love and grace (St John); God has spoken by his prophets (Blaenwern).
Choir of Magdalen College Chapel.
InfbrmatorChoristarum Grayston Ives. Organ Scholar David Davies.
Producer Anne Reevell. Rptd Tuesday 11.00pm
4: Camping food.
Producer Chris Kimber
Sue Lawley talks to Jeanette Winterson. Producer Olivia Seligman. Rptd Friday 9.05am
with James Cox.
Pippa Greenwood , Anne Swithinbank and Bob Flowerdew answer queries at Okehampton College in Devon. Chairman Eric Robson.
A Taylor Made production. Rptd Weds 11.30am FACTSHEET: send sae marked 41/94 to [address removed]
The first of a two-part dramatisation of Mary Shelley's classic novel.
Michael Maloney plays the young scientist, and John Wood is the Creature in this dark tale, set at the farthest reaches of human knowledge.
Dramatised by Nick Stafford
(Rptd Friday at 2.30pm)
Actress Diana Quick reads and talks about her favourite poems in a special 15th anniversary programme. Producer Sara Davies
Robert Swindells 's story in three parts. 2: What is the dark secret lurking behind the door?
Dramatised by Richard Pinner Director Sally Avens
Big McK. The McKinsey men are the most influential management consultants in the world. Peter Day reports from Chicago where "the Firm" started almost 70 years ago. Producer Colin Wilde
Repeated from yesterday at 4.00pm
An 11-part series for novice and inexperienced writers, with Nick Baker. 1: Jo Brand on first-time authors. Producer Clare Csonka
Tales from Britain's vapour baths. Producer Jackie Chnstie Rpt
Nee a Montbrison. Chantal Cuer returns to her birthplace where she discovers a curious cheese and a bloddy history. Ray Gosling examines the French alphabet and there's a chance to win a week in Montbrison.
Producer Mick Webb
The first of a six part series.
Duisburg. Austin Mitchell, MP, brushes up his rusty German and sets off along the Rhine. Rpt
First of four programmes.
La Chevre de Monsieur Sequin by Alphonse Daudet.
Read by Catherine Graham and introduced by Professor John Fletcher. Producer Iris Sprankling
Six tales of survival against the odds, presented by John Mann.
5: Jimmy's Story. The struggle to prove his sanity and escape the system that judged him so unfairly took Jimmy Laing nearly 50 years. Producer Will Cantopher
The Forensic Dentist. Chris Stuart talks to expert witness David Whittaker. A Presentable production
Producer Julian Wilkinson Rpt
with Bishop Richard Holloway and psychiatrist Bryce Avery. Producer Johnston McKay