with Marjorie Lofthouse Producer Jane Ward. Stereo
with Jack Hywel-Davies including Bells on Sunday from Howden Minster ,
East Yorkshire. stereo
Regional Variations (2)
7.00 Modern Art: Heartfield
7.20 Language and Authority
7.40 Images of America and Ireland
Colin Cullimore , boss of Dewhurst's the butchers, takes breakfast with presenter Robert Forster. Producer Tim Finney
with Trevor Barnes and Andrew Green Editor Beverly McAinsh including at
speaks for the Week's Good Cause about an organisation offering specialised treatment to children with cerebral palsy.
Donations to: Bobath Centre, [address removed]
Credit cards: [number removed]
by Alistair Cooke
from Bethel Welsh
Presbyterian Church, Liverpool. 0 for a Thousand Tongues to Sing; O'r Fath Gyfaill Ydyw'r lesu; For Ever with the Lordi; Guide Me, 0 Thou Great Jehovah.
Omnibus edition written by Paul Burns. Editor Ruth Patterson
with Hugh Prysor-Jones Producer Jane Beresford
with Margaret Howard Stereo
Regional Variations (2)
Gordon Clough reports from Moscow as the Communists prepare for their Party Congress. With John Sergeant in London.
Rod Liddle and Ben Rich
visits Dorset, where the Purbeck Gardening Club put their queries to Dr Stefan Buczacki , Fred Downham and Sue Phillips.
Chairman Clay Jones. Producer Diana Stenson
How does a man manage when he has to bring up his young daughter alone? Written by Don Haworth.
Director Kay Patrick. Stereo
A Mr Noel Edmonds
Claude Jenks paints the last of his fantasy portraits. Written by Brian Thompson.
Reader Malcolm Hebden. Producer Alastair Wilson (R)
with Laurie Taylor
Producer Chris Paling. Stereo
Monty Haltrecht examines the way in which the Jewish race has been presented in the theatre.
Producer John Knight. Stereo (R)
Four programmes looking at subterranean life.
1: The Bexon family home is a hi-tech Roman villa 12 feet underground.
Cliff Morgan begins a three-part journey following the course of the River Tweed in the borderlands of Scotland. Producer Anthony Smith. Stereo
Ten true tales of 60s life read by Anton Rodgers. Written by Barry Pilton. 1: The hitch-hiker's black hole ...
Dr Colin Morris 's last talk putting the common-sense case for Christianity.
From the River Thames at Chiswick Julie Mayer presents a series marking the move of children's programmes to Radio 5 in August. Including
A Cousin from Australia read by Bill Oddie , and part 1 of E Nesbit's
The House of Arden with Penelope Keith.
Producer Julia Brooke. Stereo
Nigel Forde discovers Stephen Tennant , the subject of a new biography; Margaret Forster 's new novel about Elizabeth Barrett
Browning's companion, Lady's Maid; and this summer's paperbacks.
Six programmes in which John Keay tells the story of the voyages organised by the East India Company between 1601 and 1615. 5: Siam! Siam!
Producer David Perry. Stereo
Rosemary Hartill presents six programmes on the relationship of poets to God.
5: New England - the Alternative:
Chris Powling and Julia Eccieshare select this summer's new books for older children.
Including the plight of Devon's guillemots, with Michael Scott and Michael Woods.
Extracts from Miriam
Rothschild's anthology on the theme of butterflies and doves 1 read by Peggy Ashcroft and Ronald Pickup.
Presenter John Turnbull Producer Sallie Davies
The Multi-coloured Cloak of God
The first of three programmes in which
Sue Talbot explores the tensions created by peoples of differing cultural traditions expressing a common Christian faith.
Producer Norman Winter. Stereo