with Marjorie Lofthouse. Producer David Bellinger
with Jack Hywel-Davies . Including Bells on Sunday from St Peter 's Church, Boughton Monchelsea.
Oliver Walston talks to Hugh Duberly , President of the Country Landowners Association, about the radical changes facing farmers and landowners. Producer Carol Trewin
with Alison Hilliard and Trevor Barnes.
Producer David Coomes
speaks for the Week's Good Cause on behalf of Soldiers', Sailors'and Airmen's Families Association, an organisation which provides a comprehensive welfare service for the families of all service and ex-service men and women.
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by Alistair Cooke.
Rosemary Hartill and her guests explore aspects of human experience. Listeners' contributions are the starting point for prayer, reflection and discussion.
2: Fear. With Dr Sheila Cassidy and Kathy Galloway.
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with Joanna Coles.
Producer Anne Reevell
with Rory Maclean. Producer Mary Price
Regional Variations (2)
with Nick Clarke. Editor Kevin Marsh
More of your horticultural questions answered by the experts, including Geoffrey Smith and Pippa Greenwood. Chairman Eric Robson. Producer Amanda Mares
by Ron Hutchinson.
A two-part classic serial to mark the centenary of the notorious Dreyfus Affair. When Alfred Dreyfus was convicted of selling secrets to the Germans, the French High Command instituted an internal enquiry. But Georges Picquart discovered that Dreyfus was innocent.
Adapted by Bill Pryde
Director Eoin O'Callaghan
with Chris Serle.
Despite 15 years of a Conservative government preaching stricter family values, sexual liberalism in Britain has continued to grow. Hugh Prysor-Jones examines this paradox in British society.
In the last programme Claire Rayner takes a personal look at the seaside town of Cromer in Norfolk.
Simon Rae introduces some listeners' requests marking rites of passage from birth to marriage to death. Producer Sally Marmion
with Chris Dunkley.
It's 60 years since Charlie Abbot , self-styled herbalist of Lancashire, defended himself on a charge of treating and killing an 11-year-old boy. Roger Wilkes reopens the black box and reviews the legal verdict on "an impudent imposter". Producer Diana Stenson
Series reflecting life in Britain today.
3: The Vicars of Woking. As the nation reaches back to basics, vicars in the Church of England continue to shepherd their flocks. Susan Marling talks to six Wokingvicars who battle with the stress of being a minister in the church. Producer Mary Price
Sue MacGregorgoesto Elmstead Market near Colchester to talk to Beth Chatto about her life and garden. Producer Gillian Hush
Regional Variations (2)
with Christopher Cook.
Matthew Parris talks to people who have a passion for rescue. This week, Matthew Norton , a reformed heroin addict who became a Hindu priest and now looks after children in India. Producer Edwina Wolstencroft
Producer Howard Rogers
In the last of the series, Dr Sheila Cassidy draws together a selection of writing that reflects her life and deep religious faith.
Presented by Mike Fairbairn. Producer Dinah Lammiman
The Pope's Divisions
Rosemary Hartill looks at the tensions created in the Catholic Church when the Second Vatican Council urged Catholics to reassess what it meant to be a Christian in the modern world.
Producer Tim Dean
(First broadcast on World Serivce)