with Marjorie Lofthouse. Producer David Bellinger
with Jack Hywel-Davies . Including Bells on Sunday from St Lawrence, Bourton-on-the-Hills, Gloucestershire.
Sylvia Smith discovers the secret of superb Spanish ham in the company of Quentin Agnew Larios. Producer Gill Powell
with Alison Hilliard and Trevor Barnes. Producer David Coomes
8.10 Sunday Papers
8.00 Art Works: Who Owns the Past?
8.30 New Curiosity Shop: It's a Miracle
9.00 Women's Studies: Mothers and Daughters 9.20 Gombrich on Art History 9.40 Renaissance Music
speaks for the Week's Good Cause about Queen Elizabeth's Foundation for Disabled People, acharity which provides specialised facilities for disabled adults. DONATIONS TO: [address removed] Credit cards [number removed]
Parish Eucharist from Holy Trinity Church, Coventry. Celebrant and preacher Rev David Urquhart. Reading: Matthew 7, w 7-12. Music: Glorious things of Thee are spoken; Praise we now the word of grace; Father all-powerful; God of grace and God of glory. Communion setting: The Stoneleigh Mass (Paul Leddington Wright). Anthem: Prayer of King Henry VI (Ley). Director of Music Chris Howard.
Presented by Joanna Coles.
Producer Anne ReeveU
In the last of the series, Fiona Shaw returns to Cobh on Ireland's south coast where she spent an idyllic childhood looking out across a sea that was sometimes so wild "You could fish for herrings off your doorstep". Cobh was the harbour town from which thousands of Irish emigrants sailed to the New World - and which Fiona left to eventual recognition as one of today's most acclaimed actresses. She takes
Arthur Smith on a rainy return journey. Producer Sara Jane Hall
Regional Variations (2)
Geoffrey Smith , Pippa Greenwood and Bob Flowerdew answer questions in Clacton, Essex. Chairman is Eric Robson. ATaylor Made production
The Skimmity-Ride. Events reach their dramatic denouement in the final episode of Thomas Hardy 's epic novel.
With Anna Keene , Graham Colclough. Gillian Goodman , Susan Jeffrey , Mary Wimbush , Richard Avery and Gerry Hinks
Music arranged and played by the Mellstock Band Dramatised by Sally Hedges
Director Nigel Bryant
Melanie Phillips examines the impact of this week's local elections.
Mary Stewart 's journey down the Americas ends in a village in Ecuador.
Simon Rae introduces the winning poems in the BBC Wildlife Poet of the Year Awards, and listeners' requests for poetry on the theme of natural history. Producer Julian Wilkinson
John Halkes paints a picture of Cornwall that is far from its pretty tourist image.
The Red Sea Sharks (Part 1) by Herge
Dramatised by Simon Eastwood
Producer John Yorke (First broadcast on Radio 5)
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Life's not easy for the family firm. Is there enough talent among the close relations? What happens when someone retires? And, when it comes to inheritance, how does a family firm avoid turning itself into a family feud? Peter Day investigates. Producer Colin Wilde
with Simon Hoggart. Producer Malcolm Love
The Alan Clark Diaries. Reading from his diaries for 1983-90, Alan Clark deals with subjects including his disastrous first speech as a minister and his memorable appearance on Question Time. A CSA Telltapes production
Mark Whittaker goes to Leicester to find out how communities can be motivated to act for the good of the planet.
Violinist Gidon Kremer talks to June Knox-Mawer about his upbringing in Latvia, his studies with David Oistrakh , and his work with Martha Argerich. Producer Derek Drescher
Presented by Michael Fairbairn. Producer Vanessa Harrison
Fire from Sinai
3: Letters of Creation. Brian Lancaster looks at the mystical use of language in the last of his talks exploring Judaism from a psychological perspective. Producer Amanda Hancox