with Marjorie Lofthouse. Producer David Bellinger
with Jack Hywel-Davies . Including Bells on Sunday from St Michael and All Angels, Sowton, near Exeter.
Fergus and Francesca Wood talk sheep and goats to Oliver Walston. Producer Gill Powell
with Alison Hilliard and Trevor Barnes. Producer Christine Morgan
speaks for the Week's Good Cause on behalf of the Gaia Foundation, a charity which works with people around the world who are committed to the protection of cultural and ecological diversity.
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In the last of the series, Rosemary Hartill and her guests explore guilt.
Producer Anne Reevell
Jo'burg94. In 1953, Barry Norman travelled to take up a position as reporter on the Johannesburg Star. He left the country a year and a half later, having undergone something of a crash course in politics. In the first of this new series, accompanied by writer and comedian Arthur Smith , Barry Norman travels back to South Africa for the first time in 40 years. Producer Sara Jane Hall
Geoff Hamilton , Anne Swithinbank and Matthew Biggs help new tenants to plan their gardens in Hulme, Manchester. Chairman Eric Robson.
Producer Amanda Mares
A four-part dramatisation of A J Cronin's epic story about a Catholic missionary. 3: Plagues and War Music by Max Early Dramatised and directed by David Spenser A Saffron production
The Bear Contained? John Lloyd concludes his investigation.
with cartoonist Bill Tidy.
Simon Rae presents listeners' requests from the Science Museum in London. Producer Sara Davies
Presented by Peter Day.
Sue MacGregor talks to Alec Dickson , founder of both Voluntary Service Overseas and Community Service Volunteers. Producer Gillian Hush
The new season continues with six programmes on politics and politicians. "Chips ": The Diaries of Sir Henry Channon. An account of the abdication crisis by a glittering society figure and unashamed snob. Reader Michael Siberry. Producer Sarah Kilgarriff
Donald Woods concludes his look at South Africa's chances of making democracy work after the general election.
Roger Parker explores the final years of Gaetano Donizetti , composer of Lucia di Lammermoor and around 65 other operas, who declined into insanity in 1845 and died three years later. With Norman Rodway as Donizetti and music by Susan Bullock. Director Daniel Snowman
Presented by Robert Orchard . Producer Dinah Lammiman
3: A Crisis of Confidence. Nigel Swinford , looks at fresh approaches to composition. Producer Clair Jaquiss