with Christina Rees.
with Graham Leach and Sue MacGregor.
Details as yesterday plus:
7.45 Thought for the Day with Rev Richard Bewes
by Hilaire Belloc.
Read by Maria Charles and Christopher Godwin. Producer Clive Brill
Producer Poppy Hughes
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An Anthology of Spiritual Verse
Poetry on the theme of Easter. Readers
Paul Scofield , Brid Brennan ,
David Holt and Alison Reid. Producer Katriona Wade
Jenni Murray meets the actor Dustin Hoffman.
Serial: Leaving the Light On by Catherine Merriman. Read in 13 episodes by Deborah Maclaren.
Abridged by Doreen Estall
Music: Woods' Sonata for alto saxophone and piano
Anthony Clare returns with the weekly magazine devoted to matters of the mind.
Today, Dr Maryon Tysoe reports from the annual conference of the British Psychological Society. Producer Nick Utechin
with John Howard.
Another animated discussion of everything in inverted commas, hosted by Nigel Rees. With John Walsh , Peter Jones , Sian Phillips and Max Stafford-Clark . Quotations read by Ronald Fletcher. producer Jon Naismith
with Nick Clarke.
Love is Strange by Peter Thomson.
With Jenny Agutter as Sarah and Malcolm Ward as the driver.
Sarah gets into a cab and thinks the driver is a lover from her past.... Director Claire Grove
with Jeremy Barlow and George Weigand of the Broadside Band.
Producer Michael Emery
Four programmes in which Jenni Mills reveals the personal stories behind the news headlines.
3: Thirty-six hours after giving birth to her first baby, 20-year-old
Dawn Griffiths handed her over to a woman posing as a health visitor. Baby
Alexandra was missing for over two weeks.
Producer Sarah Rowlands
with Susan Marling. Editor Jenny Walmsley
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Gill Pyrah reviews Air and Fire, the latest novel by Rupert Thomson , and finds out about a new television opera with designs by the artist Bruce McLean and starring Mike Ahearne , better known as "Warrior" on TV's
Producer Will Saunders
(Revised repeat at 9.15pm)
Treasure by Nick Yapp. "Miss Dotterel was at
Stillgate School, because retirement hadn't suited her. Wayne was there because his mum and dad and the law said so ..." Read by Finetime Fontayne. Producer Gillian Hush
with Wendy Austin and Frank Partridge.
Last in the series of the show that teaches you everything business school wouldn't dare to. On the panel: Peter Day , Howard Hodgson , Alastair Ross Goobey and Janette Rutterford. Chairman
Producer Neil Koenig
Guy inspects the Estate.
Three programmes in which
Dr Colin Morris returns to southern
Africa and reflects on the changes of 30 years.
1: Back to the Zambezi
As a young missionary in northern Rhodesia (now
Zambia), Colin Morris was known as "the fighting parson" for his outspoken sermons on racial equality. He returns to the people and places he knew then and asks what difference the missionary made in the nation's fight for independence.
Producer Beverley McAtnsh
Cari Roberts was aBFBS broadcaster on the East
German border in the 1980s. In the first of three talks she gives a personal view of the turbulent days of Reunification.
Producer Wendy Pilmer
with Peter White.
Producer Thena Heshel
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with Tim Sebastian.
On the Third Day Episode 7.
Phil Smith 's highly personal guide to national character. In the first of four programmes: children - do the British like them or not? Producer Gillian Hush
Readers: Kathryn Hunt , Barbara Marten , Brian Trueman and Geoffrey Wheeler.
Producer Gillian Hush