goes to north-west Wales to discover how farming, tourism and forestry co-exist. Producer ALLAN WRIGHT BBC Pebble Mill
Hope Sealy in conversation with The Rt Rev Colin Bazley , Bishop of Chile
Presented by John Humphrys and Sue MacGregor
7.00,8.00 Today's News Read by BRYAN MARTIN
With JOHN INVERDALE
7.30,8.30 News Summary
7.40*, 8.47* Today's Papers
7.45* In Perspective Editor PHILIP HARDING
Today, one of the world's most famous cricketers celebrates his birthday. Sport on Four pays tribute to Sir Donald Bradman - 80 not out.
Football is back, but what will the new season bring?
Cliff Morgan has news and comments
Producer CHARLES RUNCIE
Tourism in Scotland is booming, and not just in the summer season. Guest presenter Chris Hawksworth discovers how Scotland is successfully attracting tourists all year round.
Producer JENNY MALLINSON DUFF
Ned Sherrin , live studio guests, and contributions from
Robert Elms, Craig Charles and Victoria Mather. Additional material from
STEVE PUNT and PETE SINCLAIR Producers IAN GARDHOUSE and JANE BERTHOUD
James Naughtie joins Labour's Education Spokesman,
Jack Straw , mp, at his home in London, to talk about his life outside politics.
Producer MARGARET HILL
Producer PETER ROBINS
with Jeanine McMullen
(Details on August Bank Holiday at 10.00am)
with Stephen Fry , John Sessions and their guests this week,
John Bird and Jimmy Mulville. Clive Anderson reluctantly supplies the situations. Devised and compiled by MARK LEVESON and the producer DAN PATTERSON Stereo (R)
The Future of the Seven Deadly Sins
Today: Avarice and Envy
Will the gulf between rich and poor increase or will there be a backlash to the greed creed? Chairman John Humphrys from the Maritime Museum in Liverpool
If you've ever wondered why people dress, dream, drive, debate, declaim and decorate the way they do, join
Sarah Dunant and guests as they decode the world of style and design.
Producer JANICE HADLOW
An Alternative Romance - The Village Nurse by LUCY GANNON
Read by Richard Derrington Producer ANNE-MARIE COLE BBC Birmingham (R)
by FREDERICK BRADNUM with Sarah Badel as Veronica Zelah Clarke as Katrina Jane Campion as Frederica and Jonathan Oliver as Heathcote Heathcote was, at one time, almost part of the family of young sisters, but 15 years ago he vanished from their lives. His motives in visiting them again seem to be more than idle curiosity.
Directed by JANE MORGAN. Stereo
Richard Dreyfuss , Stacy Keach , Michael York , Harry Hamlin , James Whitmore and Jack Coleman talk to John McNally about their experiences of making two radio drama productions for the BBC -
The Crucible by Arthur Miller and Are You Now or Have You Ever Been, a drama documentary by Eric Bentley .
Presented by Gerry Jones Stereo
Presented by Alun Lewis
What is happening in science? Producer JACKIE LUNN
(Re-broadcast on August Bank Holiday at 7.45pm)
Four conversations in which
Derek Cooper hears from people whose theories about food were ahead of their time. 3: The Living Soil
Derek Cooper talks to Lady Eve Balfour - patrician, farmer, 'crank' and revolutionary.
In the second of two programmes, Hunter and Docherty introduce a selection of the very best cabaret and comedy to be seen at this year's Edinburgh Fringe Festival. Stereo
With EUGENE FRASER including Sports Round-Up
Or Sink Like a Stone by LEIGH JACKSON
Directed by MARILYN IMWE. Stereo
Face to face with Dr Anthony Clare is the ever-controversial Labour MP Ken Livingstone , reflecting on the most significant influences which have shaped his personality.
by ARTHUR MILLER
BBC Radio Drama presents the LA Classic Theatre Works with Richard Dreyfuss Fionnula Flanagan Stacy Keach
Madolyn Smith and Michael York
Influenced by the communist witch hunts unleashed by Senator McCarthy in the USA during the 1950s, Miller wrote this play, based upon the Salem witch trials of the 17th century, to expose the horror of such investigations.
Directed by MARTIN JENKINS Producers GERRY JONES and MARTIN JENKINS Stereo (R)
MAIL ON SUNDAY
('Are You Now or Have You Ever
Been...?, August Bank Holiday 8.15pm)
Led by Colin Semper. Stereo
Leonard Wieneski was arrested by the Gestapo in 1940 and taken to Buchenwald concentration camp. He was 18 years old. In order to cope with the horrors of camp life, he sought some form of escapism and found it in a small dice which inspired him t« invent and create a game.
The Game is the story of one man's survival in a world of destruction.
Narrator Roger Nott Music performed by ROGER APPLEBY
The Song of Buchenwald sung by MARK BURROWS Producer MARTIN KURZlK BBC Wales
by Anthony Smith
Last in the present series
Last of 12 Programme's
Conceived in Sweden, born in 1946, the Light programme's long-running request show catered for needs of women at home.
With the help of archive material, Russell Davies and Maureen Lipman tell of those times.
This Year of Grace - 1956 Compiled by RUSSELL DAVIES
Producer JONATHAN JAMES MOORE (First broadcast on Radio 2)