with Marjorie Lofthouse. Producer Jane Ward. Stereo
with Jack Hywel-Davies including
Bells on Sunday from Peterborough Cathedral. Stereo
with Alison Hilliard and Trevor Barnes.
Editor David Coomes including at
speaks for the Week's Good Cause on behalf of a charity which helps people who suffer from hypogammaglobulinaemia, and their families.
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live from Christ Church, Bromley, Kent. Led by the Rev Michael Lawson.
Reading: John 16, w
16-33; Crown Him with Many Crowns; God Came among Us; Sing of the Lord's Goodness; 0 Lord the Clouds Are Gathering; As the Deer Pants for the Water; 0 God beyond All Praising. Director of Music Janet Hume. Stereo
with Louise Levene.
Producer Dinah Lammiman
with Hilton Fyle.
Regional Variations (2)
with Roger Hearing. Editor Roger Mosey
visits Gloucestershire where members of the Cheltenham Allotment
Holders' Association put their queries to Dr Stefan Buczacki , Fred Downham and Sue Phillips.
Chairman Clay Jones. Producer Amanda Mares
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Jonathon Smith 's play tells how in 1914 the French sculptor Rodin, at the age of 74, visited Cheltenham with his secretary Judith and his mistress Rose; but the love of his life was Camille Claudel , whom he had left behind in a lunatic asylum in France.
Director Shaun MacLoughlm Stereo
Graeme Fife 's epic series in seven parts. 5: Galahad
'I bring a knight to sit at your Table Round. In this empty siege, beside Sir Lancelot - the siege called Perilous and his name is written here under this silk - Galahad the High Prince.'
With Jo Kendall , Marcia King and Moir Leslie. Music Steven Faux.
Director John Powell. Stereo
The first of five programmes in which poets Carol Ann Duffy , Simon Rae and Fred D'Aguiar judge BBC
Radio's Poetry Competition. Readers Elizabeth Bell and Geoffrey Collins. Producer Alec Reid. Stereo
The second of Cliff Michelmore 's three-part journey along the coast of North Wales.
Producer Anthony Smith. Stereo
Sally Vincent bristles at her brush-making ancestors. (Postponed from 8 August)
with Chris Dunkley.
Six true murder stories from the days when police cars had bells and the men from the Yard wore trilbies.
Written by John Scotney. 1: The Surgeon's Knife
Two bodies are found in a Scottish ravine.
Dr Buck Ruxton 's wife and maid are missing.
With Timothy Carlton , Fraser Kerr ,
Timothy Bateson , Nigel Carrington , Michael Turner and Danielle Allan.
Producer Mark Savage
The Bank That Likes to Say Ja
Peter Day travels to
Ingolstadt in Bavaria, and compares the British and German banking systems through the eyes of the town's inhabitants.
with Edward Blishen and guests Joe Simpson and Stephen Venables.
Listeners report on a variety of issues with the help of Susan Marling and the Punters team.
John Gielgud reads from As We Were by E F Benson.
'When Lord Salisbury was asked why he had appointed Mr Alfred
Austin to succeed Lord
Tennyson, he said, "I don't think anybody else applied for the post."' Adapted by Donald Bancroft Director John Theochans Stereo
Dilly Barlow engages in the history of duelling.
A voyage into
Conan Doyle 's Lost World of the pterosaur, with Jessica Holm and Fergus Keeling.
Ten years ago, a small group of women marched from Wales to Greenham
Common in Berkshire to protest about the siting of Cruise missiles in USAF bases in Britain.
Jenni Mills looks at how the protest has changed the lives of individual women and men.
The fifth of seven programmes in which
Antony Hopkins draws his subjects from forthcoming Promenade concerts.
Words and music for
Sunday night. The last of the series in which John Coutts considers the spiritual meditations of noted journal writers. V Nikiforov- Volgin
Producer Alastair Simmons