Guest presenters offer a personal point of view.
3: Our Endangered Species. Farmer
Robin Page argues that country people in Britain are an endangered species whose interests need to be protected. A Capron production
Christ the fair glory of the holy angels (Coelites Plaudant); Revelation 12, w 7-12; Magnificent Warrior (Kendrick); Kindle a flame to lighten the dark
(lona Community); Give me the wings of faith to rise (Song 67).
Director of music Stephen Williams.
Philip Madoc stars as the medieval sleuth in Ellis Peters 's five-part series of the chronicles of Brother Cadfael. Narrated by Michael Kitchen. 4:Allies with Trevor Peacock , Mark Lewis Jones. Shaun Prendergast , Siobhan Rynn , Douglas Blackwell and Matthew Morgan. Music by Peter Salem Dramatised by Bert Coules. Producer Neil Cargill
Jenni Murray talks to garden designer Rosemary Verey about creating a garden. Serial: Joy Elias-Rilwan begins reading Changes by Ghanian writer Ama Ata Aidoo , abridged in eight parts by Ann Rhys-Jones .
Kenneth Glenaan plays Bobby Fortune in lain Black's comic-strip play. With Carol Ann Crawford , Kate Hollands , Crawford Logan , Stuart McQuarrie , Robert Paterson , Rosaleen Pelan , Douglas Russell and John Yule. Director Patrick Rayner
Paul Allen reports from the radio and television festival - the Prix Italia.
Based in Bologna, Paul experiences the best in European broadcasting and celebrates the centenary of the inventor of radio - Marconi. Plus a report on this year's Booker shortlist. Producer Julian May. Rvsd rpt 9.30pm
Six programmes using documentary evidence to throw light on past events. 4: Question of Trust. Gerry Kennedy traces members of a Moscow group which defied the Soviet authorities and contacted western peace movements during the early 1980s. Producer Nigel Acheson
Britain is described as a multicultural community, but beneath the surface of harmony, each group is questioning its place in society. Yasmin Alibhai -Brown explores how "race matters". Producer Mary Price. Rptd Sun 4.15pm
A four-part series in which old and new hands compare notes.
Dinner Ladies. Meat, veg and mash was the meal Nora Jacques served up 34 years ago. Nowadays. Diane Smith is more concerned with healthy options. Producer Lucy Lunt
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