with Marjorie Lofthouse. Producer David Bellinger
with Hazel Bradley. Including Bells on Sunday from St Michael's and All
Angels' Church, Chart Sutton , Kent. Producer Claire Campbell Smith
Oliver Walston ends his French journey with a visit to a Bordeaux vineyard. Producer Carol Trewin
Religious news with Colin Morris.
8.00 News 8.10 Sunday Papers Producer Christine Morgan
speaks for the Week's Good Cause about the work of a charity devoted to funding research to find a cure for Paralysis of the spinal cord.
DONATIONS: International Spinal Research Trust.[address removed]CREDIT CARDS: [number removed]
Rosemary Hartill and guests explore aspects of our common human experience. 3: Body and Spirit. With Jo Ind and Professor John Hull. Producer Rosemary Dawson
LETTERS: Were You There? BBC. PO Box 27,
Manchester M60 1SJ. PHONE: [number removed]
Producer Anne Reevell. Rptd Tuesday 11.00pm
Part 2. The wagon train sets Dilly Barlow down at Rocky Ridge Farm,
Missouri. That's where Laura Ingalls Wilder finally set up home with her husband Almanzo and daughter Rose. Producer Sara Jane Hall
with Jimmy Knapp , Secretary of the Rail, Maritime and Transport Union.
Producer Olivia Seligman. Rptd Friday 9.05am
with James Cox.
Pippa Greenwood , Anne Swithinbank and Geoffrey Smith visit Chesham Horticultural Society.
ATaylor Made production. Rptd Wed 11.30am * Radio Times Gardening Weekend: see offer on page 125
Jack Shepherd stars as Ethan Hawley in William Roberts 's two-part dramatisation of John Steinbeck 's tale of 1960s America.
2: Ethan Hawley has already destroyed his best friend Danny.
Director Adrian Bean. Rptd Friday at 2.00pm
An assessment of Pope John Paul II. Repeated from Thursday
Hank Wangford ends his search for the original cowboy in Uruguay. Repeated from Tuesday
Gareth Owen introduces listeners' poetry requests featuring a host of characters including Mary Queen of Scots, Sir John Moore , Queen Victoria's gillie John Brown and Charles Augustus Fortescue. Producer Sara Davies
Expressing. in the last of the series,
Mary McAleese explores how Northern Ireland's Protestants identify and express themselves culturally in what they feel is a hostile world. Producer Bert Tosh
A four-part drama serial by Alison Uttley. 3: The plot to rescue Mary, Queen of Scots is progressing.
Dramatised by Melissa Murray Director Alison Hindell
2: Sustainable Cities. Richard Rogers introduces a broad manifesto aimed at improving the quality of city life worldwide. He uses the Chinese city of Shanghai as an example of how sustainable development could generate new environmentally efficient and socially viable cities. Producer Anthony Denselow
8.00 VIPs: W Yeats 8.30
Diamonds, Rust and a Handful of Sand 9.00 Modern Art: Salons and Academic Training 9.20 Renaissance Attitudes to the Cosmos 9.40
Creativity in Management
Rptd from yesterday 4.00pm
4: When the Trains Came A documentary on how the village of Newington Peene survives in the shadow of the Channel Tunnel terminal, a concrete jungle whose arc-lighting denies the villagers darkness. Producer Hilary McLennan
A look at air bags - in modern cars and spiders' webs. Repeated from Wednesday
The Time Machine. In the last of the series, Peter Kemp examines how H G Wells 's novel remains exciting and influential despite its pessimistic vision. Producer Sally Marmion Rpt
Sir Christopher Mallaby and Sir Nigel Broomfield , UK Ambassadors to West and East Germany in 1989, talk to
Robert Kee about their experiences at the time of the fall of the Berlin Wall.
A Brian Lapping production
Presented by Peter Hill. Producer Smita Patel
Tony Jasper traces stories of faith through musical traditions. 3: Contemporary Music Producer Tim Pemberton