with Marjorie Lofthouse. Producer David Bellinger
with Jack Hywel-Davies . Including Bells on Sunday from Rainford Parish Church of All Saints, Rainford, Merseyside.
Carol Trewin joins conductor
John Eliot Gardiner on his farm in Dorset. Producer Carol Trewin
Religious news with Colin Morris.
8.00 News. 8.10 Sunday Papers Producer Christine Morgan
speaks for the Week's 's Good Cause about a charity which offers advice and information to prisoners in England and Wales.
DONATIONS TO: Prisoners' Advice Service, [address removed]
Holy Communion from the Parish Kirk of St John the Baptist, Perth, led by the Rev David Ogston. New every morning (Melcome); Here, O my Lord (Song 22); O thou, my soul, bless God the Lord (Coleshill); John 6, w 25-35. Organist Eoin Bennet.
Service led by:
Media news with Roy Greenslade.
Producer Anne Reevell. Rptd Tuesday 11.00pm
Love and Marriage. In the first of a new series, Andy Kershaw takes a look at the pains and pleasures of courtship worldwide. Producer Noah Richler
With children's author Kathleen Hale. Producer Olivia Seligman. Rptd Friday 9.05am
with James Cox.
Pippa Greenwood , Geoffrey Smith and Nigel Colborn answer questions for the Eskford Sweet Pea Society. Chairman Eric Robson.
4 Taylor Made production. Rptd Wed 11.30am FACTSHEET: send sae marked 44/94 to [address removed]
In the second part of Tolstoy's last novel, Prince Nekhlyudov has determined to marry Maslova, the girl he seduced, as he struggles to save her from exile to Siberia.
With Oona Beeson , James Taylor , Malcolm Ward , Rachel Atkins , David Jarvis , Cathy Sara , John Evitts , Diana Payan and Tom Bevan. Dramatised by N J Warburton
Director Matthew Walters. Rptd Friday 2.00pm
Susie Symes asks how countries should go about defining their
"national interest" in the 1990s. Repeated from Thursday
Dylan Winter and his horse Molly continue their canal journey.
2: Snowbound in Cheshire and Molly goes AWOL - twice. Repeated from Tuesday
From the finals of the BBC Radio Speak a Poem competition in Cheltenham. Presented by Gareth Owen. Producer Paul Dodgson
A five part comedy sci-fi series by Alan Gilbey and David Richard-Fox .
2: The chase is on as the children catapuit further back in time.
With Derek Waring and Natasha Pyne
Music by Richard Attree. Director Nandita Ghose
Chips with Everything. As the National Lottery opens, Nigel Cassidy examines the prospects for the gambling industry. Producer Neil Koenig
PC Dick Guest argues that police spend too much time on community work. Repeated from Thursday
Sri Lankan-born writer
Romesh Gunesekera talks to Nick Baker about the art of short story writing.
8.30 The French Experience Ville et Campagne. Chantal Cuer discusses
Malcolm McLaren 's Paris and Richard Binns 's France Profonde.
9.00 Mitchell am Rhein Austin Mitchell MP brushes up his German and travels along the Rhine. 4: Koblenz
9.45 Short Stories in French
Monsieur Maurice by Colette. Read by Catharine Graham and introduced by Professor John Fletcher.
Repeated from yesterday at 4.00pm
On 25 October 1974, Long Kesh, the camp in Co Derry for internees, was set ablaze by the inmates who caused a riot. The novelist and screenwriter Ronan Bennett reflects on the affair.
In the last of the series, Jez Nelson discovers what new industrial diamonds can offer the future. Repeated from Wednesday
Frank Delaney goes in search of places made imaginary by great French writers. 2: The Lost Château. Henri Alain -
Fournier's private myth in the Sologne,
Le Grand Meaulnes, became a universal rite of passage.
With Jay Benedict as Alain-Fournier. Producer Liz Jensen
Harry Thompson meets people living in the house where they were born. 3: Working the Boats
Producer Amanda Mares Rpt
Presented by Michael Fairbairn. Producer Smita Patel
Bishop Richard Holloway and psychiatrist Brice Avery talk about how to survive involvement with the Church. Producer Johnston McKay