with Marjorie Lofthouse. Producer Jane Ward. Stereo
with Jack Hywel-Davies . Bells on Sunday from St Mary-the-Virgin,
Kenninghall, Norfolk. Stereo
Oliver Walston samples an American-style breakfast in Kansas.
with Christopher Morgan and Debbie Thrower.
Editor David Coomes including at
speaks for the Week's Good Cause about the work of the Family Planning Association. 0 DONATIONS to: FPA[address removed]
by Alistair Cooke.
from the West Croydon Baptist Church, on the centenary of the death of Charles Spurgeon. Preacher the Rev Nigel Wright , Chaplain of Spurgeon's
College. Angel Voices Ever Singing; Be Still for the Presence; Great Is the Lord; The Earth Was Dark; I Cannot Tell. Zechariah 14, vv 3-9; John 7, w 37-52 and 8, v 12. Directors of Music
Tom King and Bob Mabin.
Director Vanessa Whitburn
with Reggie Nadelson. Producer Jane Beresford. Stereo
Regional Variations (2)
Past presenters and castaways chart the evolution of one of Radio's longest-running programmes - Desert Island Discs. Presented by James Naughtie Show more
Regional Variations (2)
with Nick Clarke.
Deputy editor Anne Koch
visits Lincolnshire, where the Colsterworth and District Gardeners' and Allotment Holders'
Association put their queries to
Dr Stefan Buczacki , Fred Downham and Daphne Ledward. Chairman Clay Jones. Producer Diana Stenson
Tom is a radical teacher in a reactionary school, where the entrepreneurial spirit would consign poetry to the dustbin. Written by Robin Glendinning.
Director Eoin O'Callaghan Stereo
Four talks in which
Ian Ousby traces the origins of the tourist industry. 2: Travel and Travail
When visiting the Continent, Victorian guidebooks advised, pack a pocket door bolt and Pratt's patent folding bedstead.... Producer Joy Hatwood
America's Crisis of Leadership
The third of four programmes in which James Naughtie asks political leaders how the United States can deliver at home the success it feels it has won abroad.
Les Woodland meets six people who have shown life doesn't stop with the pension book....
1: Ken Wallis , the autogiro fanatic, who doubled for James Bond.
Rabbi Lionel Blue returns to his beginnings when he visits his birthplace, London's East End.
Producer Anthony Smith
Dr David Mendel in the fast lane with "Alfie" - his favourite motor.
The real-life dramas of a small rural community.
The fifth of six programmes presented by Nigel Farrell.
Six writers talk to
Christopher Bigsby about the novel that has pride of place on their bookshelves. 1: Doris Lessing and To the Lighthouseby Virginia Woolf. Reader Susan Sheridan.
Producer John Theocharis Stereo
Six programmes about how the Gulf War developed and what it achieved.
Presented by BBC Defence Correspondent Mark Laity.
Including previously unbroadcast material, and the latest perspectives from those who fought and directed the war on the allied side.
The First World War and Vietnam showed that air power alone did not defeat the enemy. So what was the allied strategy in launching a massive air offensive against Baghdad and the Iraqi army? Producer Peter Burdin
Nigel Forde explores the continued appeal of a controversial story-teller, Enid Blyton. And Patricia Finney discusses the historical background to Firedrake 's Eye, her tale of treason and terror.
The last of the series with June Knox-Mawer. The cellist
Ralph Kirshbaum was born in Dallas, Texas. Thanks to an English doctor, he escaped military service in Vietnam and was able to continue his music. He talks about his life and about his biannual cello festival, and introduces his recording of the Walton Cello Concerto.
Producer Derek Drescher. Stereo
with Jessica Holm.
Part of Radio 4's Northern
Lightsfestival. A two-part journey of self-discovery in east Greenland.
1: A Place of Escape
Two years ago, the Arctic adventurer
Vaughan Purvis was shipwrecked on the east coast of Greenland while attempting to cross the Atlantic ...
with Tim Fenton.
Producer Andrew Denwood
Cedric Mason examines tht experience of Christians w challenge both Church anu State, in four programmes. 3: Liberating Christ
Producer Beverley McAinsh. Stereo