with Marjorie Lofthouse. Producer David Bellinger
with Jack Hywel-Davies . Including Bells on Sunday from St Leonard, Hythe.
John Prescott , principal of Wye College, invites Oliver Walston to help celebrate the college's centenary. 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 offers help to people with drug-, alcohol-related and mental health problems.
DONATIONS TO: Turning Point. [address removed]
CREDIT CARDS: [number removed]Producer Mohini Patel
People on the Move. One World Week, which begins this weekend, seeks to build bridges between continents. Maywa, a band of musicians from
Bolivia, this morningjoin St Margaret Mary's Parish in Liverpool for Parish Mass. Led by the Rev Gerry Proctor.
Editor Vanessa Whitburn
with Roy Greenslade.
Producer Anne Reevell. Rptd Tues at 11.00pm
In the last in the series, Mark Coles joins a grouse-shooting party. Producer Jayne Morgan
Sue Lawley talks to Lynda La Plante. Producer Olivia Seligman
Repeated Friday at 9.05am
Pippa Greenwood , Geoffrey Smith and Bob Flowerdew answer queries at Bishop Grosseteste College, Lincoln. The chairman is Eric Robson.
A Taylor Made production. Rptd Wed 11.30am FACTSHEET: send sae marked 43/94 to [address removed]
Leo Tolstoy 's last great epic novel, dramatised in three parts.
Prince Nekhlyudov is on the jury which finds a servant girl he once ruined guilty of murder. His determination to save her takes him from the law courts of Moscow to the prison camps of Siberia.
Dramatised by N J Warburton
Director Matthew Walters. Rptd Friday 2.00pm
The Regulatory State? Repeated from Thursday
Dylan Winter and his horse Molly travel by canal from Liverpool to London. Repeated from Tuesday
Gareth Owen with requests from listeners in Scotland. producer Sara Davies
A five-part comedy sci-fi by Alan Gilbey and David Richard-Fox . 1: A screwball scientist mouse escapes from the future to 1994 and enlists the help of three children to save the planet.
Music by Richard Attree. Director Nandita Ghose ♦ See Children: page 66
Peter Day investigates why many large companies lose their innovative edge. Producer Rosamund Jones
Nick Baker investigates the worlds of creative and factual writing. 8.30 The French Experience Le Boulot: Chantal Cuer discusses life, work and love with Charlotte Rampling. 9.15 Mitchell am Rhein Bonn: Austin Mitchell MP continues his trip along the Rhine.
9.45 Short Stories In French
Catharine Graham reads Le Petit Fur by Guy de Maupassant, introduced by Professor John Fletcher.
Repeated from yesterday at 4.00pm
The WPCs are busy dealing with calls for help at the Domestic Violence Unit at Limehouse in London's East End. A Rewind production
Jez Nelson looks at nanotechnology, the science of miniaturisation. Repeated from Wednesday
Frank Delaney goes in search of real places made imaginary by great French writers. 1: The Bachelor of Rouen
Gustave Haubert never married but he knew all about adultery. With Yves Aubert as Gustave Flaubert.
Producer Liz Jensen
2: Crooning at the Mem. Moira and Myrddin Kemp live in Nant-y-moel in the house where Moira was born 74 years ago. Their house looks over a valley very different from the one in which they grew up.
Producer Amanda Mares Rpt
Scientist, writer and broadcaster
Professor Richard Gregory is the last guest of the series.
Producer Paul Dodgson Rpt
with Bishop Richard Holloway and psychiatrist Brice Avery. Producer Johnston McKay