The daily bulletin of rural current affairs.
With Barnabas Leith.
with Sue MacGregor and Peter Hobday. John Humphrys joins from Brighton. Details as Monday plus:
7-45 Thought for the Day With Rt Rev Richard Harries. Editor Roger Mosey
tyFayWeldon. Read in two parts by Julie Christie.
2: Mark has fallen in love with Stella, a Virgo from the market research department.
Regional Variations (2)
The hills and valleys of northern
- England have produced more than their fair share of notable
Personalities. In a new series of talks, Martin Wainwrighttells the stories of four Pennine People whose energy and influence spread far beyond the isolated communities where they were born.
1. The Pharaohs of Tod. The Fielden family "lade a fortune from their mills, but were among the most powerful social reformers of their day. PrOducer John Watkins
Regional Variations (2)
Mark Tully talks to the people of South Asia.
2: The Tip of the Himalayas. In Kathmandu, the capital of Nepal, the rivers are POlluted. Smog masks are the order of the day. Yet in the remote mountains, the Villagers are tenderly replanting their denuded forests. Producer Vanessa Harrison
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Psalms. Part five. Read by David Suchet.
Introduced by Sarah Ward.
Story: from The Quick by Agnes Rossi.
Presented by Kelvin Boot. Producer Sarah Blunt
with Tasneem Siddiqi.
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with Derek Cooper.
RedBeef. Henrietta Green 's new guide to the best food producers in Britain is published this month. Today she talks to Michael Gibson who, in Morayshire, produces what many consider the best beef in Britain.
Producer Sheila Dillon
with Nick Clarke and James Naughtie. Editor Kevin Marsh
Part two of Anthony Trollope 's novel.
BBC correspondents at home and abroad report on one of the main topics in this week's news.
Producers Carole Lacey and Howard Rogers
Edward Blishen and his guests Beatrix Campbell and Steve Platt select three paperbacks.
Producer Susan Roberts
Photographer Bill Brandt receives a major retrospective; and the Glinka State Choir arrive for a British tour. Producer John Goudie
by Patricia Ferguson.
House-hunting round London for the "deceptively spacious" proves dangerous when jealousy gets in the way. Read by Geraldine Fitzgerald. producer Michael Earley
with Hugh Sykes and Linda Lewis. Editor Margaret Budy
Janet Trewin and Peter Macann meet some of the police on the aerial beat. Producer David France
with Chris Serle.
Producer Julian Hale
Max Hastings , editor of The Daily Telegraph; Steve Jones , Professor of Genetics at University College, London; Rt Hon Norman Lamont , MP; and Joan Ruddock , MP, opposition Home Affairs Spokesperson tackle the issues in Worthing, West Sussex. Chairman Jonathan Dimbleby.
Producer Nick Utechin
with John Diamond. Producer Andrew Denwood
The progress of a major health reform bill, the extensive involvement of Hilary Clinton and ex-ambassador George F Kennan's opinions on US foreign policy in Russia and Somalia.
by Alistair Cooke.
with Richard Kershaw in London and Robin Lustig in Brighton.
with Sally Grace , Jeffrey Holland , Toby Longworth and Peter Serafinowicz.
Producer Gareth Edwards
Presented by Heather Payton
Peter Hill looks back over 15 years of parliamentary broadcasting.
2: Rows, Resignations and Surprises Producer Mark Savage