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: World News

: Bells on Sunday

From St Leonard, Hythe, Kent.

: News Briefing

: Something Understood

Shah Husain looks at dance.
Producer Tamsin Collison. Rptd at 11.30pm

Contributors

Unknown: Shah Husain
Producer: Tamsin Collison.

: On Your Farm

Charlotte Smith visits the Findhorn community near Inverness. Producer Steve Peacock

Contributors

Producer: Steve Peacock

: News

: Sunday Papers

: Sunday

Roger Bolton with religious and ethical news, moral arguments and perspectives on the week's stories. Producer Rosemary Dawson

Contributors

Unknown: Roger Bolton
Producer: Rosemary Dawson

: Radio 4 Appeal

George Alagiah speaks on behalf of a charity which works to promote democracy and respect for human rights.
DONATIONS: One World Action, [address removed] CREDIT CARDS: [number removed]44. Repeated Thursday 3.28pm

Contributors

Unknown: George Alagiah

: News

: Sunday Papers

: Sunday Worship

God's Grandeur. From Eton College chapel. The Rev Jeremy Davies discovers the sense of God in the poetry of Gerard Manley Hopkins. With a choir from the Eton Choral Course. Organist Sarah MacDonald. Director of music Ralph Allwood.

Contributors

Unknown: Jeremy Davies
Unknown: Gerard Manley Hopkins.
Organist: Sarah MacDonald.
Music: Ralph Allwood.

: Letter from America

Repeated from Friday

: Broadcasting House

Eddie Mair with the week's big stories. Editor Kevin Marsh

Contributors

Unknown: Eddie Mair
Editor: Kevin Marsh

: The Archers

: Super Cup Semi-final

Gloucestershire v Sussex
Cricket commentary from Bristol. Including at 2.30 News.

: Desert Island Discs

Sue Lawley's castaway is Paddy Moloney , founder of the Chieftains. Producer Angie Nehring. Repeated Friday 9am

Contributors

Unknown: Paddy Moloney
Producer: Angie Nehring.

: Just a Minute

Nicholas Parsons hosts radio's most devious panel game. Repeated from Monday

Contributors

Unknown: Nicholas Parsons

: Beyond the Blue Horizon

Last in the series. Journey's End George Roberts , who built his first aeroplane soon after the Wright brothers first flew, recalls the development of flying in Australia on a trip following the thirties Imperial Airlines route from Croydon to Brisbane. With Alexander Frater. Producer David Sims

Contributors

Unknown: George Roberts
Unknown: Alexander Frater.
Producer: David Sims

: The World This Weekend

With Steve Richards.

Contributors

Unknown: Steve Richards.

: Prelude to the Proms

The First Night of the Proms on Friday signals another season of music associated with Sir Henry Wood and the BBC. But promenade concerts have existed for hundreds of years. Paul Vaughan and Charles Chilton investigate. Reader Cameron Stewart. Piano David Ebbage. Producer David Perry Repeated Saturday 11pm

Contributors

Unknown: Sir Henry Wood
Unknown: Paul Vaughan
Unknown: Charles Chilton
Reader: Cameron Stewart.
Piano: David Ebbage.
Producer: David Perry

: Gardeners' Question Time

Nigel Colborn , Pippa Greenwood and Anne Swithinbank are in Devon as part of the Exeter Festival. With chairman Eric Robson. Producer Trevor Taylor. Rptd Wednesday 3pm

Contributors

Unknown: Nigel Colborn
Unknown: Pippa Greenwood
Unknown: Anne Swithinbank
Unknown: Eric Robson.
Producer: Trevor Taylor.

: The Green Detectives

Anna Pavord looks for the clues which date a garden. 3: Joseph Paxton Bedding out a blaze of colour and the great glass houses. Producer Robyn Read

Contributors

Unknown: Anna Pavord
Unknown: Joseph Paxton

: Classic Serial: The Hound of the Baskervilles

The Sherlock Holmes novel by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle is dramatised in two parts by Bert Coules. 2: Death on the Moor Violin Ian Humphries. Piano and musical arrangement Michael Haslam. Director Enyd Williams Repeated Saturday 9pm Repeat

Contributors

Unknown: Sherlock Holmes
Unknown: Arthur Conan Doyle
Unknown: Bert Coules.
Violin: Ian Humphries.
Unknown: Michael Haslam.
Director: Enyd Williams
Sherlock Holmes: Clive Merrison
Dr John Watson: Michael Williams
Sir Charles Baskerville: Donald Sinden

: Open Book

David Stenhouse looks at novelists who write themselves into their own books. Producer Paul Quinn. Repeated Friday 4pm

Contributors

Unknown: David Stenhouse
Producer: Paul Quinn.

: Poetry Please

A selection of poetry exploring the essence of England and the English. Presented by Frank Delaney. Producer Felicity Goodall Repeated Saturday 11.30pm

Contributors

Presented By: Frank Delaney.
Producer: Felicity Goodall

: File on 4

With Jenny Cuffe. Repeated from Tuesday

Contributors

Unknown: Jenny Cuffe.

: Writing Home

Haifa Zangana is a writer and artist, born in Baghdad of Arab and Kurdish parents. Exiled in London, she examines the treachery of memory and her quest to come to terms with a troubled and brutal past in the first of two talks. Producer Marc Beeby
Repeated Wednesday 8.45pm

Contributors

Producer: Marc Beeby

: Pick of the Week

With Mark Tully. Producer Bob Carter. PHONE: [number removed] FAX: [number removed]. E-MAIL: [address removed]

Contributors

Unknown: Mark Tully.
Producer: Bob Carter.

: The Archers

Sid oversteps the boundary. Repeated tomorrow 2pm
* Soap and flannel: page 12

: Room for Improvement

Professor Laurie Taylor advises on how to improve mind, body and soul. Producer Chris Wilson

Contributors

Unknown: Professor Laurie Taylor
Producer: Chris Wilson

: Feedback

With Roger Bolton. Repeated from Friday

Contributors

Unknown: Roger Bolton.

: Open University

8.00 Dying in the 20th Century 8.30 Gender and Music - the Singer and the Song 9.00 Culture and Conflict - Jews and Christians in Renaissance Venice 9.20 At Summer School 9.40
Sex, Marriage and Population

: Law in Action

Repeated from Thursday

: Costing the Earth

The Story of BST. Bovine somatotrophin was the first genetically engineered product on the market. It is a growth hormone which is injected into cows to increase milk production. In the second of two programmes, Alex Kirby looks at the political and health implications. Producer Hugh O'Donnell Repeat

Contributors

Unknown: Alex Kirby
Producer: Hugh O'Donnell

: Analysis

Repeated from Monday

: The Westminster Hour

Next week's political headlines, with Andrew Rawnsley. Including 10.45 On the Road: Fishermen's Tales Dinah Lammiman
asks what can be done to give Britain's fishing industry a future? Editor John Evans

Contributors

Unknown: Andrew Rawnsley.
Unknown: Dinah Lammiman
Editor: John Evans

: A Good Read

Sarah LeFanu asks biographer Richard Holmes and novelist Hilary Mantel for their recommended good reading. Repeated from Tuesday

Contributors

Unknown: Sarah Lefanu
Unknown: Richard Holmes
Unknown: Hilary Mantel

: Something Understood

Repeated from 6.05am

: News

: Experimental Feature: The Nightingale Hunt

Andrew and Bosia Jefford present a soundscape of post-communist Poland. Producer Paul Kobrak

Contributors

Unknown: Bosia Jefford
Producer: Paul Kobrak

: The Late Story: Tales We Tell

HalfLeftby Harriet Kline , read by Jenny Funnel. Valerie is married to a buffoon.
She cannot divorce him just because of his bad jokes. How will she survive? Producer Liz Taylor Repeat

Contributors

Unknown: Harriet Kline
Read By: Jenny Funnel.
Producer: Liz Taylor Repeat








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