with the Rev
Michael Child. Stereo
with Brian Redhead and John Humphrys.
Details as Monday plus:
7.45 Thought for the Day with the Rev
Dr Leslie Griffiths.
Written and read by John Betjeman. Part 2.
Listeners investigate with the help of Susan Marling and the team.
0 WRITE to: Punters.
BBC Radio 4. Bristol BS8 2LR 0 PHONE: [number removed]86
A second series of six talks by John P Harris about living in a village in the South of France.
5: Gardening Made Easy Producer Merilyn Hams
In the hands of budding authors, dog roses become symbols of 'unsullied antiquity' amid the broken concrete of city wastelands and stoats are dubbed the 'erotomaniacs' of the north Pennines.
Some of the winning entries from the BBC
Wildlife magazine's Awards for Nature Writing 1991.
Presented by Jessica Holm and Michael Scott.
Producer John Ruthven
Reflecting on the concerns of the day. Stereo
A series of reminiscences by the doyen of British showbusiness
J Kingston Platt.
1: Brian Allington
The common image of the breed of actors as selfish, chameleonic and unreliable is almost always quite unjustified. After all, to be realistic, what sort of professional future could someone like that possibly expect to have? Performed and written by Peter Jones.
Producer Pete Atkin
0 CASSETTE: J Kingston Watt, from retailers
Sue MacGregor meets
Professor Alan Smithers of Manchester University's School of Education. Producer Gillian Hush
Wilfred Taylor 's memories of a prison in the South Seas.
with John Howard.
Nigel Rees with another round of things quotable and people quoted. With Glenda Jackson ,
Dan Jacobson , Peter Jones and Alan Plater. Reading by Ronald Fletcher.
Producer Armando lannucci Stereo
with Nick Clarke.
with Wendy Austin.
Child abuse, the 'pindown' scandal, elderly neglect - how should social workers be trained to deal with such problems? Alison Hilliard investigates.
Serial: Going Wrong (9)
The tango, danced in the Bal Musettes of wartime Paris, echoes sadness and betrayals, in Patricia Cleveland-Peck's play.
Edward Blishen invites
Jane Asher and Clive Anderson to talk about four paperbacks they consider to be A Good Read.
Producer Susan Roberts. Stereo
Paul Allen is at the Buxton Festival for
Mozart; at the Royal
Court Theatre for the hit
American play Spunk; and at the Whitechapel
Gallery for the latest manifestations of artist
Cindy Sherman. Producer Tessa Watt
with Hugh Sykes.
and Financial Report
Evelyn Waugh 's novel adapted in three parts. 1: Hollywood, 1947. Failed poet and screenwriter
Dennis Barlow has disgraced the English community by taking a job in a pets' cemetery. He is given the chance to redeem himself by arranging a colleague's funeral, but love rather than redemption looms at the Whispering Glades Funeral Home.
Dramatised by Bill Matthews
Producer Ussa Evans. Stereo
Clarrie solves Joe's dilemma - but not in the way he'd planned.
A light-hearted look at what the British have said about the Americans - and vice versa - over the last two hundred years.
Starring Hector Elizondo , Martin Jarvis , Madeline Kahn , Joanna Lumley , Prunella Scales ,
Sam Wanamaker , Paul Winfield and Tom Garvin (piano).
Presented by BBC Radio Drama and KCRW (Los Angeles' premier public radio station) at Irvine
University as part of the Festival of Britain, Orange County, California.
Director Martin Jenkins. Stereo
Memories of the outside lav ... a place where poetry was written, pipes smoked, letters read and vows exchanged.
Producer Tabitha Morgan
Presented by Kati Whitaker.
For disabled listeners.
Producer Marlene Pease 0 PHONE: [number removed](10.00am-5.00pm)
0 WRITE to: Does He Take
Sugar?, BBC, London W1A 1AA
Presented by Tom Maddox.
Presented by Robin Lustig. Stereo
Talking It Over by Julian Bames. Part 4.
A six-part crime series set in 1830, a year after the Metropolitan Police Act created the 'Peelers'.
Lord Trowle and PC Quin meet in Court and Mr Morley meets his match in Mrs Gascoygne.
by James Joyce. Part 4.
Read by Norman Rodway.