with Marjorie Lofthouse. Producer David Bellinger
Hazel Bradley presents music to brighten Sunday morning. Producer Noel Vincent
Robin Page has a fowl breakfast on the farm at the Wildfowl and Wetlands Trust. Producer Carol Trewin
Trevor Barnes looks at the people who are expected to shape the religious issues and events of 1995.
8.00 News 8.10 Sunday Papers Producer Christine Morgan
8.00 New Series Laurie Taylor explores the art of communicating. 1: Public Speaking
8.30 The French Experience 11: Bon
Appétit! Chantal Cuer eats out in France.
9.15 New Series Get By in Portugal Susan Marling's guide to the country. 1: The Ups and Downs of Lisbon
9.45 in Other Words
Clive James gives Daire Brehan an insight into the Japanese language.
speaks for the Week's Good Cause about a charity which offers support to anyone who has worked in the arts and who has fallen on hard times. DONATIONS TO: Royal Theatrical Fund[address removed]Credit cards: [number removed]
Mass from St Peter 's Cathedral,
Belfast, with celebrant and preacher the Most Rev Dr Anthony Farquhar. Director of music Raymond Lennon
Roy Greenslade looks back over the year's media coverage of the Prince and Princess of Wales.
Producer Edwina Wolstencroft. Rptd Tue 11.00pm
1: Brussels. James Robbins, the BBC's Europe correspondent, steps back to look at Brussels through the eyes of earlier correspondents. Producer Kate Whitehead
with the political diarist, Alan Clark MP. Producer Olivia Seligman. Rptd Fnday 9.05am
Pippa Greenwood , Anne Swithinbank , Geoffrey Smith and Bob Flowerdew are at the Maltings in Farnham, Surrey.
A Taylor Made production. Rptd Wed 11.30am FACTSHEET: send sae marked 1/95 to [address removed]
Dramatised in six episodes by Neville Smith. Pepys's Diary gives a very personal insight into the life of a young man full of ambition and virility, and of his struggle to establish himself in the Navy, his relationship with his wife and his amours. 1: Clerk of the Acts
Music by Guy Woolfenden. played by the Purcell Quartet. Director Jane Morgan Repeated Friday 2.00pm
James, Duke of York:
Sir George Carteret:
Sir William Batten:
Sir William Penn:
Christopher Serle picks the plums from the choicest broadcasting puddings of the past fortnight. Producer Bella Bannerman
Sue Limb examines the life and work of the American comic writer. Repeated from Thursday
Three years after his release, Terry Waite pays a visit to the home of the World Service - Bush House. Repeated from Tuesday
Gareth Owen talks to Nicholas Albery , editor of a new anthology, about the benefits of a New Year's Resolution to learn a "Poem for the Day". Producer Sally Marmion
2: Shock Jocks. Simon Fanshawe looks at the cult of radio phone-in hosts. Repeated from Friday
1: Scorpions in a Bottle.
Sir Charles Powell , former Foreign Affairs Adviser to Lady Thatcher and John Major , examines relations between Britain and France. Producer Gwyneth Williams
A new series of quirky and gritty modern retellings of fairy tales by the Brothers Grimm. 1: Rumpleduckby Bill Taylor.
Producer Martin Jameson Rpt
with Michele Roberts and her guests Ronan Bennett and Roger Cooper. Repeated from Wednesday
Repeated from yesterday 2.00pm
Repeated from yesterday 4.00pm
Dating agency and dance hall, lecture theatre and library, games room and soup kitchen: the chapel was all this. In a four-part series, Dr Colin Morris celebrates the northern Nonconformist culture rooted in chapel. 1: Music Producer Chris Gwilham
Hair has always been a powerful symbol for black women. Pauline Brandt hears personal stories from the salon. Producer Tessa Watt Rpt
The first in this new travel magazine series, broadcast from the Royal
Geographical Society in London, takes an unusual look at learning languages and goes in search of hassle. Presented by Robert Elms and Aminatta Forna. A Goldhawk production
Rosalind Miles presents a six-part series on the history of child rearing. 1: Who Holds the Baby. Parents of the past were never expected to stay home alone with their children. Whose hand rocked the cradle?
Producer Lucy Lunt
A look at women and salmon fishing. Repeated from Thursday
The Oriental Church. Bernard Jackson visits Chevetogne in Belgium. Producer Amanda Hancox