Prices, practical farming, politics and the countryside.
with the Rev
James Butterworth. Stereo
Presented by John Humphrys and Sue MacGregor.
Details as Monday plus:
7.45 Thought for the Day with the Rev Dr Donald English
8.40 Yesterday in Parliament
Regional Variations (2)
Chris Dunkley of the Financial Times airs your letters and comments on BBC programmes and policy. Producer John Watkins
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Feedback, BBC, Broadcasting House, London WI 1AA
BBC correspondents at home and abroad report on one of the main
British or foreign topics in this week's news. Producers Carole Lacey and Howard Rogers
The Visit by Mary Jameson.
Read by John Shedden. An ageing Highland farmer, who can no longer cope on his own, is persuaded to visit an old people's home. Producer Bruce Young
Lord, Teach Us How to Pray Aright (St Hugh, BBC HB 344);
Matthew 6, vv 1-8;
0 Holy Jesus (Prayer of St Richard);
God Be in My Head (H Walford Davies ); Jesus, Where'er Thy
People Meet (Wareham, BBC HB 263)
Director of Music
Alan Wilson Stereo
The last of six programmes in which
Madhur Jaffrey examines how the food and cookery of different cultures and civilisations have developed over 6,000 years.
Food and Culture
Does our culture define the food we eat, or is food reflected in our culture? What common characteristics do the French and Chinese cuisines share?
And what makes the French so different from the English? Producer Jenny Lo Stereo
Seven Ages of Man
Libby Purves closes this series on the sacred number by looking at cycles of life that turn each seven years. Producer Christine Morgan
Presented by Margaret Collins
Presented by Derek Cooper
Presented by Nick Clarke
Presented by Helen Boaden.
Serial: Of Such
(Music: Pontinen's The Girl from Brazil)
by John Galsworthy.
7: It is 1920 and Soames gets a glimpse of the future at an art gallery. Stereo
Patrick Hannan and his guests reflect on the week's events.
Producer Richard Thomas
Natalie Wheen finds out what steps are being taken to halt the theft of paintings from galleries; visits the massive exhibition of Scottish Art in Glasgow; and reviews novelist Alan Massie 's new novel about the Border wars, The Hanging Tree.
Producer Mike Greenwood Stereo
with Wendy Austin and Niall Dickson
and Financial Report
The transport magazine programme presented by Jonathan Marcus. This week: the sea trial of a Rolls-Royce with a hull.
Written by Mary Cutler
Margaret Howard presents her selection of extracts from BBC radio and television over the past seven days.
Producer Fiona McLean. Stereo
The panel includes:
John Banham , Director General of the CBI;
Margaret Beckett , MP, Shadow Chief Secretary to the Treasury. From Lincoln.
Jonathan Dimbleby. Producer Anna Carragher
The cases, the courts and the lawyers -
Marcel Berlins takes a weekly look at developments in the law and how they affect people's lives.
Producer Gareth Butler
President Bush sends more troops in to the Gulf, the public confusion around the reasons for intervention, and the effect on Bush's approval ratings.
Ian McMillan , poet of Barnsley, claims that Huddersfield is the poetry capital of Britain. He travels the 16 miles necessary to prove his point, meeting the poets, publishers and enthusiasts in this famous textile town. Producer Dave Sheasby Stereo
Presented by Alistair Cooke
Presented by Richard Kershaw (Stereo)
The Landlord of 'The Love-a-Duck' by Stacy Aumonier.
The second of two parts. The Infant Prodigy Performs
A satirical swipe at the week's news.
With Bill Wallis, David Tate, Sally Grace and Ian Ashpitel.
Presented by Heather Payton Stereo