What is the Nuffield Farming Scholarship Trust? Carol Trewin investigates.
Producer Carol Trewin
with James Whitbourn.
with Peter Hobday.
7.20 Listeners' Letters
7.25, 8.25 Sports News
7.45 Thought for the Day with Umar Hegedus.
with Cliff Morgan. Producer Gill Pulsford
Presented by Bill Oddie. Producer Sara Jane Hall
Ned Sherrin with the likes of Sandi Toksvig , Craig Charles and John Hegley. Producer Dymphna Flynn. Stereo
I Under the Hammer Now that so many of Britain's assets have been sold into private hands, David Walter examines the record so far.
Producer Anna Parkinson
Alison Mitchell looks at what effect the single European Market will have on you.
Producer Frances Macdonald
The popular panel game returns with chairman Nicholas Parsons and guests Clement Freud , Wendy Richard ,
Paul Merton and Tony Slattery. Producer Sarah Smith.
Anna Ford chairs a debate in which listeners call
Radio 4's management to account for programmes and policy. With Michael Green , Controller of Radio 4, Jenny Abramsky , Editor of Radio News and Current Affairs, and Ray Snoddy , Media Editor of The Financial Times. Producer Dave Harvey
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Even the festive season turns sour for John Bamum.
The Five Beans by John Peacock.
A very individual history of Jack and the Beanstalk. with Phillip Anthony ,
David Bannerman. Geraldine Fitzgerald. Jill Graham and David Thorpe Music: Stephen Warbeck
Director Jane Morgan. Stereo
Looking at a European city through the eyes of one of its British inhabitants. Istanbul
Paul Trigg takes listeners on a guided tour of his friends, his food, his flat and his fresh figs.
Presented by David Lodge. producer Sara Jane Hall. Stereo
with Peter Evans.
Producer Alison Richards
Continuing the story of a year on Paul Heiney 's Suffolk farm. 1: October
Paul. Dilly, Derek,
Sebastian "the boy" and Mr Cousins the thatcher meet for harvest supper.
Music: The Old Hat Concert Party Producer Marc Jobst
Six travellers reflect on a journey, with Annette Kobak. 1: Peter Matthiessen relives a long trek in the land of the yeti, from
Kathmandu to the Crystal Mountain high in the Himalayas, and his search for the snow leopard. Reader Robert Jezek.
Producer Kate McAII. Stereo
and Sports Round-Up
The first Radio 4 programme to come regularly from overseas. From the BBC's studios on Fifth Avenue, New York, Mark Steyn interprets the insiders' views of the issues that are preoccupying Americans. He has the help of three guests and some of the week's curious stories from the American media. Producer Hamish Mykura
Porteno People: Part 1 "Porteno" means "of the port" and describes the identity and culture of Buenos Aires, capital city of Argentina, and South America's most cosmopolitan centre. In two programmes
Lucy Duran finds the way to the "Porteno" heart.
Producer Nicki Paxman.
The Night of Wenceslas In Lionel Davidson 's
Golden Dagger award-winning thriller of 1960, young Nicolas Whistler becomes unwittingly involved in a dangerous spying mission to Prague.
Dramatised by Frederick Bradnum Director Matthew Walters.
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Presented by Brian Kay.
Producer Anthony Seilors. Stereo
led by Rev David Bridge. Stereo
The knock-out news quiz with chairman
John Humphrys. Today: from Dundee, The Scotsman v The Belfast Telegraph.
Producer Viv Black.
Andrew Lucas-d'Souza talks to Ray Brown about his childhood memories of Burma.
(Postponed from 12 December)
with Patrick Hannan and team captains
Julian Critchley MP and Austin Mitchell MP.
Men and women discuss their fantasy sex life, while experts try to explain the extraordinary diversity of sex in the head.
1: Seeds and Needs
Producer Sukey Firth. Stereo