with Marjorie Lofthouse. Producer Jane Ward. Stereo
with Jack Hywel-Davies . Bells on Sunday from Christ Church, Aughton. Lancashire. Stereo
Robert Forster visits Kent for breakfast with Willie and Anne McKeever.
Producer Carol Trewin
with Christopher Morgan and Debbie Thrower.
Editor David Coomes. Stereo including at
speaks for the Week's Good Cause on behalf of an organisation that works with women's groups in developing countries.
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Living in the Kingdom The first of four services for Advent celebrating the close co-operation of the churches of Merseyside. Today: Living in the Kingdom with Faith, from Princes Park Methodist
Church and Community Centre in Toxteth,
Liverpool, led by the Rev Robin Hutt. Preacher the Rev Dr John Newton. Hymns (Hymns and Psalms): Hark the Glad
Sound (82); Tell Out, My Soul (86); Sing We the King (244); Jesus Comes with All His Grace(168); and Freedom Is Coming. Readings: Isaiah 51, w8-ll;Matthew25, w 31-46.
with Andrew Rawnsley.
Producer Dinah Lammiman. Stereo
with Chris Serle.
with Nick Clarke.
Deputy editor Anne Koch
The team visits Epworth in South Humberside where members of the Epworth and District Flower Club put their queries to Dr Stefan Buczacki , Fred Downham and Daphne Ledward.
Chairman Clay Jones. Producer Diana Stenson
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Flowers for Algernon Tom Courtenay plays the backward Charlie, who is offered a miraculous cure for his low IQ, in Daniel Keyes 's classic science-fiction story.
Dramatised by Bert Coules Director Matthew Walters Stereo
with Laurie Taylor.
Producer Nick Ware. Stereo
A Pleasing Prospect?
Rosita Boland and Philip Casey read poems at the launch of their new collections during the Galway Festival.
With Carol Ann Duffy. Producers Alec Reid and Michael Adams. Stereo
Hugh Scully returns to
Plymouth, where he began his career as a television presenter, and reflects on the part that Drake, Napoleon and Hitler played in its history. Producer Anthony Smith
Six journeys by traveller Barry Pilton in which he discovers the bizarre as well as the comic.
Read by Anton Rodgers. 3: A Mint Tea Special
The Tangiers recipe, made with the sweat of danger. Producer Louise Purslow
with Chris Dunkley.
visits cities, towns and rural areas to report on issues affecting the daily lives of women and men in local communities.
With John Thirlwell. Producer Andrew Denwood
Nigel Forde explores the writer's stimulus; Anthony Burgess reminisces about his first book; John Julius Norwich escapes to
Byzantium; and unpublished writers discuss the pain of rejection.
Crying "A bas les feministes!" Marc Lepine machine-gunned 14 women engineering students at the University of Montreal in Quebec on 6 December 1989. In this anatomy of a mass murder, Noah Richler investigates the records of the case to see whether the form that madness took was influenced by the surrounding society.
Director Louise Purslow. Stereo
with Jessica Holm.
BBC correspondents at home and abroad.
A Life in Letters and Music
The second of four parts written by Stanley Sadie. I Will No Longer Be a Fiddler!
"Here in Salzburg, I live in a city where music leads a struggling existence. As for the theatre, we are in a bad way for lack of singers. They insist on being handsomely paid - and generosity is not one of our faults!"
Stereo (Broadcast/ast Tuesday)
Presented by Patrick Bartlett.
Producer Charles Sigler
Words and music for Sunday night.
Faith in the Future
Martin Palmer introduces five programmes asking questions about Christian involvement in shaping the future. This week he is concerned with economics.
2: Who Pays for Wealth? Producer Noel Vincent. Stereo
The late evening Office of Compline. Stereo