The daily bulletin of rural current affairs.
with Father Denis Blackledge SJ.
with John Humphrys and Anna Ford. Details as Monday plus:
7.45 Thought for the Day with Rev Dr Donald English.
8.40 Yesterday in Parliament Editor Roger Mosey
Chris Dunkley of the Financial Times airs your comments on BBC programmes.
Producer Nick Utechin LETTERS TO: Feedback, BBC, Broadcasting House. London W1A1AA
From the North. Presented by Ruth Pitt. Serial: Zkta's Diary (6)
Part 5: How can the children tell the Phoenix they think he should go?
Presented by Kelvin Boot.
Producer Julian Hector FACTSHEETS/QUERIES: send sae to [address removed]
FACTSHEET: send a large sae to [address removed]
Presented by Derek Cooper.
Producer Sheila Dillon
with Nick Clarke.
3: Plagues and War
Presented by Gerry Anderson. PHONE: [number removed]
Tim Marlow visits the National Theatre for
Richard Eyre 's production of the rarely performed Johnny on a Spot, and Sweet Honey in the Rock sing live in the studio. Producer Abigail Appleton
by Luisa Valenzuela.
The men were besotted by Maria. And their women blamed this obsession on the Virgin of Miracles. But no miracles took place in the small fishing village, somewhere in South America.
Read by Diana Bishop.
Translated by Hortense Carpentier and J Jorge Castello Producer Duncan Minshull
with Linda Lewis and Jon Sopel.
with Janet Trewin and Peter Macann.
Producer David Prest
A lunch date for Debbie.
Written by Caroline Harrington
Director Keri Davies. Producer Vanessa Whitbum
with Peter White.
Producer Nigel Acheson
Bryan Gould , Labour MP for Dagenham; Sir John Harvey Jones , troubleshooter and chairman of Parallax Enterprises;
Lord Howe of Aberavon, former deputy Prime Minister; and Katharine Whitehorn , Observer columnist and author, tackle the issues raised in Stratford upon Avon. Chairman Jonathan Dimbleby.
Producer Nadine Grieve
Clare Hampson joins one of the travelling carnivals of North America. The characters that now work the rides and sideshows are self-confessed misfits with their own set of laws and morals, and the carnival remains the last surviving home to the freak show. Producer David Prest
The Whitewater investigation, the reaction to Hilary Clinton's controversial financial dealings and the workings of the commodities market are explained by Alistair Cooke.
by Alistair Cooke.
Lena Marsh : On My Life
Broadway legend Lena Marsh has lived the history of showbiz. Now 80 and still performing, she has published her autobiography, On My Life, and grants Jeremy Front a rare interview.
with Robin Lustig. Editor Anne Koch
Jeffrey Holland , Toby Longworth and Chris Emmettjoin Sally Grace to offer an alternative resume of the week's news. Producer Chris Neill
Ian Mackenzie asks whether the music which helped him through a heart attack can help him find the heart of Good Friday. Producer Johnston Mackay