Prices, practical farming, politics and the countryside. Producers Dylan Winter and Sue Broom
A meditation for the beginning of the day with the Rt Rev Joseph Devine.
Presented by John Humphrys and Sue MacGregor. Including:
6.45 Business News
7.25, 8.25 Sports News
7.45 Thought for the Day with Rabbi Lionel Blue
A view of three different occupations as seen from the BBC Sound Archives.
Nurse Philip Derbyshire listens dutifully to
Florence Nightingale - recorded 100 years ago - and searches for more recent evidence of her influence.
Producer Nigel Acheson Stereo
Lively and stimulating conversation with Melvyn Bragg and guests. Producer Marina Salandy-Brown Stereo
Why Herbert Killed His Mother by Winifred Holtby.
Read by Anna Massey. Producer Duncan Minshull
Introduced by Shirley Scott in St Alban's Church, Highgate,
Birmingham, with the Birmingham University Liturgical Choir.
Director Ian Ledsham.
How Great Is Your
Name (Gelineau); Lord, Enthroned in Heavenly Spiendour (NEH 296); Isaiah 6, vv 1-8; Holy,
Holy, Holy (Darke in F); Bright the Vision (NEH 343)
from Northern Ireland.
Simon Rae introduces a special edition featuring works by Irish poets requested by listeners.
Readers Ruth McCabe and Ian McElhinney. Guest Paul Durcan. Producer Pam Brighton Stereo
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Poetry Please!, BBC, Bristol 858 2LR
Presented by John Waite Editor Ken Vass
The eighth heat of the general knowledge music competition.
Chairman Ned Sherrin. Producer Diane Messias. Stereo
Presented by James Naughtie Editor Roger Mosey
Introduced by Jenni Murray.
Serial: Mary Reilly written by Valerie Martin.
Mary Reilly is housemaid in the home of a certain
The first of 12 episodes read by Mia Soteriou.
Abridged by Elizabeth Bradbury Producer Pat McLoughlin
(Music: Panufnik's Metasinfonia)
What else is there for an unemployed sociologist to do on a Saturday afternoon but to go to the pub and have a little flutter on the horses on the way home?
Ian doesn't expect the slip to win - or to lose it! Written by P Carroll and B Wasserman.
Director Janet Whitaker Stereo (R)
Kate Saunders explores Jonathan Raban 's journey through America in his new book Hunting Mr Heartbreak ; and Nick Baker meets the guitar players and enthusiasts at the Merseyside Guitar Festival.
Producer Tessa Watt
Presented by Wendy Austin and Hugh Sykes Editor Kevin Marsh
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PM Letters, BBC, London W1A IAA
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and Financial Report
Humphrey Lyttelton in the chair.
With Tim Brooke-Taylor Barry Cryer
Graeme Garden and Willie Rushton.
A look at drug residues in meat. Can the antibiotics fed to animals affect humans?
Presented by Derek Cooper.
A sharply observed play about a female relationship challenged by the intrusion of male sexuality. Written by Gillian Richmond
Director Sue Wilson Stereo
Presented by Roger White Stereo
Presented by Richard Kershaw Editor Margaret Budy Stereo
Ved Mehta 's extraordinary autobiographical account of his childhood as a totally blind boy sent away to a mission school in Bombay. How / Got There:
The first of eight episodes read by Sam Dastor.
Producer Penny Gold
John Walters offers thoughts, conversations and other things on the subject of collectors.