with Rev Dave Pole.
with Brian Redhead and Sue MacGregor.
Details as Monday plus:
7.45 Thought for the Day with Elaine Storkey
With Libby Purves and author Ken Follett. Producer Lucy Cacanas
Regional Variations (2)
Romans 8, vv 18-28.
From Genesis to Revelation
Genesis. Episode 8.
Jenni Murray talks to Jill White , Director of the Bournemouth International Festival, and soon to be head of the National Youth Orchestra.
Serial: A House in Flanders (2)
with Linda Lewis.
Five-part dramatisation ot Peter Lovesey 's novel.
With Ronald Pickup as Walter, Fiona Fullerton as Lydia, and Oona Beeson as Alma. Walter has resolved to leave his wife and wonders whether he could learn from the example of his fellow dentist, Dr Cnppen.
Dramatised by Geoffrey M Matthews Director Matthew Walters
with James Naughtie.
Second of a four-part series by Sally Worboyes. During the hop-picking season of 1959, Marjorie, wife of the farm owner, discovers an affair between her husband and one of the pickers, Laura. Angrily she demands that he choose between them.
Producer Philip Martin
Brick versus wood: flat roofs against pitched: wool carpets or polymers? Alun Lewis dons his hard hat and looks at the latest technology in house construction and decoration.
Producer Constance St Louis
Quentin Cooper reports on the week's film releases and a book that reassesses the work of Eisenstein, and enjoys a performance from The Poozies.
Producer Adrian Washbourne (Revised repeat at 9.15pm)
Launch Party by Linda Leatherbarrow. Harry, a lonely, middle-aged librarian, finds himself empathising with all the old, unwanted books mouldering in the basement.
Read by John Evitts. Producer Matthew Walters
with Chris Lowe.
Chairman Robert Robinson. First round -The Midlands.
The French are coming!
John Waite investigates.... Editor Graham Ellis
0Write to: Face the Facts, BBC Broadcasting House, London W1A 1AA.
In the last programme of the series, Professor
Anthony Clare discusses liaison psychiatry, and there's a review of how TV and radio have been covering matters of the mind in recent weeks.
The story of one man's ambition - that is the story of Betty's Cafe-Tea Rooms , a familiar sight to visitors to Yorkshire. The man in question was
Frederick Belmont , who arrived from his native Switzerland in 1907, intent on making his way in the world. Victor Wild , his nephew and heir, recounts his uncle's colourful career.
Producer Christopher Stone
Who Loves You Betty?
SEE FEATURE page 44
Simon Hoggart casts a fresh eye over some favourite columns from the past series.
Producer Brian King
(Revised repeat of 4.05pm)
with Roger White.
The Story of San Michele Episode 3.
Radio 4 leaves [ behind the BBC archive as Nigel Farrell sets off on a trawl through Britain's corporate past in four programmes. "Now Hear Tins"
What appears to be a modern obsession has in fact been with us for some time. In a look back at
"corporate communications" through this century, Nigel Farrell scans hundreds of works magazines that have been found in hidden vaults, dusted down and given a new lease of life.
There's also a look at some early corporate films, and recordings from Britain's premier factory radio station.
Producer Nick Patrick
Lowlife by Jeffrey Bernard.
From the columns of The
Spectator, the paunchy underbelly of Soho life seen through the red-rimmed eyes of Jeffrey Bernard and read by his brother, Oliver.
Producer David Benedictus