with Marjorie Lofthouse. Producer David Bellinger
with Jack Hywel-Davies . Including Bells on Sunday from St Chad's Church, Far Headingley, Leeds.
Oliver Walston finds out why Barry and Gay Clark are nuts about ducks. Producer Carol Trewin
with Alison Hilliard and Trevor Barnes.
Producer Christine Morgan
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by Alistair Cooke.
Rosemary Hartill and herguests explore aspects of human experience using listeners' contributions as a starting point. 3: Anger. With Rabbi Lionel Blue and the Canon Dr John Sentamu.
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Presented by Joanna Coles.
Producer Anne Reevell
Rory Maclean takes another look at the journey behind the travel. Producer Mary Price
Regional Variations (2)
Geoff Hamilton , Anne Swithinbank and Bob Flowerdew answer questions at the Hope Valley Flower Club. Chairman Eric Robson.
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Concluding Ron Hutchinson 's drama about the notorious Dreyfus Affair.
Although Picquart knows that Dreyfus is innocent of treason, a combination of self-interest, anti-semitism and the Army's "code of honour" conspires to thwart a proper investigation.
Adapted by Bill Pryde
Director Eoin O'Callaghan
with Chris Serle.
Next month's tax increases have prompted accusations that the electorate were misled in 1992. Andrew Dilnot asks whether this debate ignores fundamental questions about taxation and public spending.
Veteran taxi driver Philip Warren takes a look at London from behind the wheel of a black cab.
Simon Rae meets the poet James Fenton and introduces live readings from Out of Danger, his first collection for ten years. Producer Paul Dodgson
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with Chris Dunkley.
Series reflecting I ife from the grass roots of contemporary Britain.
4:It's a Sad Wax We're Living. The Northern Irish Protestant community feel theirs is a voice which is seldom heard. Many are afraid to express their true feelings about the troubles, and some feel that they are the next group to be ethnically cleansed. Susan Marling visits a loyalist estate to meet and listen to this secretive section of society. Producer Mary Price
Sue MacGregor talks to Jatinder Verma , artistic director of Tara Arts , about his life and work.
Producer Gillian Hush
Regional Variations (2)
Matthew Parris talks to people who have a passion for rescue. This week, water engineer Jo Parker who smuggled herself into Kurdistan to rebuild a water supply for villagers. Producer Edwina Wolstencroft
Afour-part series in which Donald Woods travels across South Africa to assess its chances of making democracy work after next month's historic general election. 1: Free and Fair Elections.
Julian Bream became a professional classical guitarist in the 1940s. He talks to June Knox-Mawer about his career. Producer Derek Drescher
Presented by Mike Fairbairn. Producer Dinah Lammiman
The Pope's Divisions
In the last programme about the Second Vatican Council, Rosemary Hartill looks at authority in the Roman Catholic Church. Producer Tim Dean (First broadcast on World Serivce)