with Marjorie Lofthouse. Producer David Bellinger
with Jack Hywel-Davies . Including Bells On
Sunday from the church of St Peter , Boughton Monchelsea, Kent.
with Alison Hilliard and Andrew Green. Editor David Coomes
appeals for the Week's
Good Cause on behalf of the Royal Air Forces Association.
● Donations to RAF Association, [address removed]
by Alistair Cooke.
Sung Eucharist comes from Holy Trinity Church, Guildford, with settings of the Mass by Haydn.
Readings: Revelations 19, w 6-9; Luke 24, w 13-35; Hymns: At the Lamb's
High Feast; We Hail Thy Presence Glorious; Love's Redeeming Work is Done. Preacher Rev Dr Kenneth Stevenson. Organist Dr John McElvoy.
Omnibus edition. Director Keri Davies
with Louise Levene. Producer Smita Patel
Regional Variations (2)
with James Cox.
The team visits the International Spring
Gardening Fair, Wembley, where visitors put their questions to
Dr Stefan Buczacki , Sue Phillips and Fred Downham.
Chairman Clay Jones. ProducerAmandaMares
Gardeners' Question Time, BBC,
PO Box 29, Manchester M12 6AD
Children of the Dead End
Patrick MacGill 's novel earned him condemnation from every pulpit and landowner in Ireland. 1- Restless Youth
Though only 12, Dermod and Norah are forced to leave Donegal and work the potato fields of Scotland. Gerard
Murphy is Dermod Flynn the narrator.
Dramatised by Maurice Leitch Director Eoin O'Callaghan
by Roderick Graham.
Robert Lang plays Sydney Smith , "the Smith of Smiths", in the third of four programmes...
Director Jane Morgan
James Naughtie goes inside the United Nations to tell the story of the biggest revolution in its history.
2: Revolution on the 37th
From Mog the Forgetful Cat to When Hitler Stole Pink Rabbit - writer and illustrator Judith Kerr celebrates her 70th birthday with Michael Rosen. producer Jill Burridge
Six programmes in which Martyn Wiley and Ian McMillan follow in the footsteps of Dr Samuel Johnson and James Boswell , whose accounts of their 1773 tour of the Western Isles became classics of travel writing. 3: The heroes go to Skye, meet an Englishman who survived the climate, and ponder on comings and goings.
Simon Rae introduces your poetry requests and announces the winners of the Quotations Competition.
Producer Pat Pryor
● Requests to Poetry Please! BBC, Bristol BS8 2LR
Alan reaches crisis point with the village shop.
Presented by Nigel Farrell.
Turning Up the Heat The last ten years have seen the creation of a new breed of people: the regulators who intervene to control the activities of the privatised monopolies. Peter Day asks how they are measuring up.
Author Frances Fyfield investigates the Crime Novel, with the help of Trevor Barnes , Michael Dibdin and P D James.
The last programme in the series, with Susan Marling.
Crispin Written and read by Sheila Steafel.
"When I started out as an actress it really irritated me when one of my fellow artistes brought their dog into rehearsal. But that was before.... Crispin." Producer Matthew Walters
with George Macpherson.
Four documentaries by David Wheeler presenting the inside story of the newspaper industry. 2: The Entertainers
Lord Rothermere and Hugh Cudlipp , William Deedes ,
Geoffrey Goodman , Max Hastings , Alastair Hetherington , Sir John Junor , Gerald Long and Andreas Whittam
Smith chart the changes in the relationship between owners and editors, and the character of newspapers, especially when it comes to comment, gossip and sex.
Producer Louise Purslow
with Susan Hulme.
Producer Dinah Lammiman
Singing the Faith
Ian Bradley explores how hymns have expressed changes in theology and attitudes in the Church. 1: The Reformation Producer Clair Jaquiss