with Marjorie Lofthouse. Producer David Bellinger
with Hazel Bradley. Including Bells on Sunday from St Mary Radcliffe, Bristol. Producer Clare Huey
Quentin Seddon joins Sir Angus and Lady Stirling to celebrate the centenary of the National Trust. Producer Tim Coleman
Religious news with Colin Morris.
8.00 News 8.10 Sunday Papers Producer Christine Morgan
speaks for the Week's Good Cause about a development agency dedicated to supporting women's organisations in developing countries. DONATIONS TO: Womankind. [address removed]. CREDIT CARDS: [number removed]
by Alistair Cooke. Repeated from Friday
All Too Human Lenten series in which women preachers explore the impact of the gospel today. 2: Gospel and Identity. From the University of Glamorgan, with Dr Elizabeth Stuart.
Luke 9, w 28-36; Philippians 4, w 1-4. Led by the Rev Geoff Calderbank. Musical director Simon Lovell.
Producer Anne Reevell. Rptd Tuesday 11.00pm
Christina Dodwell explores the mysterious island of Madagascar. 3: By Ox-Cart into the Rainforest.
Christina encounters golden spiders and hissing cockroaches. Producer Simon Elmes
with writer Nigel Nicolson.
Producer Olivia Seligman. Rptd Friday 9.05am
with James Cox.
Pippa Greenwood , Anne Swithinbank and Geoffrey Smith tackle questions from the members of the Abergele
Garden Society. Chairman Eric Robson. A Taylor Made production. Rptd Wed at 11.30am
This week, a single play dramatised by Peter Mackie from the classic short story by Prosper Merimee . For Mateo Falcone , a living legend among
Corsican bandits, honour is sacred.
Director David Hunter. Rptd Friday at 2.00pm
Despite reform, controversy continues to dog the education system. Melanie Phillips asks whether the problem is a particularly English one. Repeated from Thursday
3: Paraguay. An expedition from
University College, London, encounters a scheme to transform the River Paraguay into an aquatic motorway.
Repeated from Tuesday
Gareth Owen with listeners' requests, including a poem written and read by Adrian Mitchell in response to a disturbing newspaper article. Producer Julian Wilkinson
with Chris Dunkley. Repeated from Friday
The Plane Truth. The world's airlines are inching back to profitability, after losing more money in five years than they had ever made. But with huge subsidies, a network of regulations and cut-throat competition, Peter Day asks how business-like this huge industry really is.
Editor Stephen Chilcott
A dramatisation of Betsy Byars ' novel The Two Thousand Pound Goldfish.
2: Warren Dreams of Hollywood.
With Leonard Kirby as Warren Otis and Heather Tobias as Aunt Pepper. with Dominic Letts , John Baddeley ,
Keith Drinkel and James Telfer. Dramatised by Tony Coult. Director Celia De Wolff Rpt
Cities for a Small Planet. In his concluding lecture, Richard Rogers expands upon his theme of sustainability - a philosophy putting the needs of future generations first. Producer Anthony Denselow
8.00 VIPs: Marie Stopes 8.30
Diamonds, Rust and a Handful of Sand 9.00 American Conversations:
Walter Mosley 9.20 Language and the Novel 9.40 Developing World
Repeated from yesterday 4.00pm
7: A Harley Street Address. Dave, a builder, thinks he can talk his way into most places. But, having completed his training as a hypnotherapist, his dream of nailing his plaque outside a door in Harley Street is proving difficult. Producer Suzy Andrews
Progress in the understanding of evolution is discussed by Prof John Maynard Smith and Dr Dave Cliffe. Repeated from Wednesday
Women from the Isle of Dogs have their say. With Susan Marling. Producer Merilyn Harris
In 1989, as one Communist regime after another toppled, Fidel Castro kept his Cuban regime intact. David Brighty was UK Ambassador in Havana at the time. He talks to Robert Kee about the local impact of the changes taking place on the other side of the Atlantic. A Brian Lapping production
Presented by Rob Orchard. Producer Smita Patel
Sylvia Sands considers the spirituality of the Bronte sisters. 2: Emily-Practical Mystic
A Radio Ulster production