From All Saints Parish Church, Rainford, Lancashire.
Peter Hobday reflects on gardens. A Unique Broadcasting production
3: The North Wind Doth Blow.
Lionel Kelleway finds out what wildlife spends winter on Unst in Shetland. Producer Mary Colwell
With Colin Morris.
8.00 News 8.10 Sunday Papers
Producer Rachel Hawkes. WRITE TO: Sunday. Room 5038, BBC North, PO Box 27.
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For Thanksgiving. From Trinity Church, Princeton, New Jersey. Introduced by the Rector, the Rev Leslie Smith. We gather together (Kremser); Psalm 65 (Chipp in E); Deuteronomy 8, w 1-3 and 6-10; Sing my soul to God (Rorem); Matthew 6, w 25-33; Come, ye thankful people come (St George); I was glad (Bertalot); 0 Beautiful
(Matema). Director of music John Bertalot. Organist Scott Dattra.
Producer Lindsay Leonard. Rptd Tues 11.00pm
A six-part series on offbeat travel.
4: The Net. With Tim Grundy. Reports from Iceland, the Canadian Rockies and Sicily attest to the pervasive power of the net - the rope variety. Producer Noah Richler
With the composer George Lloyd. Producer Olivia Seligman Rpt
With James Cox.
Pippa Greenwood , Geoffrey Smith and Bob Flowerdew answer questions posed by gardeners in Wrexham. Chairman Eric Robson.
A Taylor Made production. Rptd Wed 11.30am
The first in a series of dramatisations of all six of Anthony Trollope's
Barchester books is adapted in two episodes by Martyn Wade. With
Alec McCowen as Septimus Harding, Juliet Aubrey as Eleanor Harding and Douglas Hodge as John Bold.
2: Eleanor Harding beseeches Bold to give up his action against Harding. with Jilly Bond, Derek Waring, Norman Bird, Jonathan Keeble , Gavin Muir and David Collings Director Cherry Cookson. Rptd Fri 2.00pm
Bishop of Barchester:
Sir Abraham Haphazard:
Should we use history to foster national identity and heal social divisions? Repeated from Thursday
Beatnik Revival. In the first of two programmes, Roger McGough and Pete McCarthy visit San Francisco. Repeated from Tuesday
Gareth Owen presents a selection of listeners' requests. Producer Paul Dodgson
Online UK. Who should wire up the nation? Labour has proposed that BT should connect up every school, college, hospital and library -for free. Peter Day investigates. Producer Paul Dwyer
The final part of Louisa May Alcott's classic tale of four sisters.
Aunt March Settles the Question. The March family have much to celebrate over Christmas as father returns and Meg receives a romantic proposal. with Don Fellows , John Guerrasio ,
Alibe Parsons and Adam Henderson. Dramatised by Marcy Kahan. Director of music Stuart Hutchinson. Director Marilyn Imrie Rpt
Three emotionally charged relationships revealed by their correspondence from the time of the First World War.
1: Song of Love: The Letters of Rupert Brooke and Noel Olivier. With
Linus Roache and Helena Bonham Carter. Written and compiled by Pippa Harris Producer Peter Kavanagh Rpt
8: CasayCama. Robert Elms reports on the language of hotels.
Producer Mick Webb. Part of the BBC New World Spanish course. E MAIL: firstname.lastname@example.org
8.45 The French Experience
8: Hotels. Chantal Cuer finds out how difficult it can be to book into a hotel. Producer Mick Webb Revised
9.15 Short Stories in Kalian Last in a series of four Italian stories.
// Eugino Venanzio by Elsa Morante. Read by Giovanna Price . Producer Iris Sprankling
9.30 When in Italy
3: L'ltaliano. Denise de Rome examines the grammar of Italian daily life. Producer Mick Webb Rpt
Repeated from yesterday 4.00pm
Dieter Helm analyses the economy. Repeated from Wednesday
Presented by Mark Whittaker. Repeated from Wednesday
With Geoff Watts.
Repeated from Tuesday
Barbara Myers talks to Robert May , Chief Scientific Advisor to the Government, about his varied career. Producer Anne McNaught
Presented by Tim Fenton. Producer David Browne
In the first of two programmes about the way women look at the Bible,
Kathleen Griffin explores the impact of the 19th-century American
Elizabeth Cady-Stanton and her Woman's Bible. Producer Kathryn Pritchard
By Helen Lamb. Read by Estrid Barton. Repeated from Tuesday