with Marjorie Lofthouse. Producer David Bellinger
with Jack Hywel-Davies . Including Bells on Sunday from St Leonard, Bledington, Gloucestershire.
Gill Powell breakfasts on the remote
Orcadian island of Shapinsay. Producer Carol Trewin
Producer David Coomes
speaks for the Week's Good Cause about a charity which promotes the use of mobile community resources.
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from Holy Trinity Church, Guildford. Led by the Rev Stephen Baker. Preacher Rev Dr Kenneth Stevenson. Readings: Galatians 6, w 1-10; Luke 7, w 3&end. Music: Ofor a thousand tongues (Richmond); Come down 0 love divine (Down Ampney); Glory, love and praise and honour (Benifold); Ubi Caritas (Durufle); Agnus Dei (Llewelyn). Organist/Director of Music Martin Holford.
Producer Anne Reevell
From car-boots to "carpet-treading", Martyn Wiley reflects on the secular Sunday. Producer Ruth Prince
Dr Anthony Clare's subject, the celebrated crime writer Ruth Rendell, alias Barbara Vine, reflects on her own personality and preoccupations.
A Michael Ember production
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with Charlie Lee Potter.
Pippa Greenwood , Geoffrey Smith and Henry Noblett solve problems for the Kirkby and District Floral and Horticultural Society. The chairman is Eric Robson.
A Taylor Made production (RepeatedWednesday 1130am)
Tobias Smollett 's boisterous tour by coach and four around Georgian Britain. 2: From Bristol to Bath
Dramatised by Scott Cherry. Music by Matthew Scott. Director Clive Brill
Last of the series in which William Shawcross
analyses the post-Cold War world from different perspectives. Brussels: A Discordant Vision
The Grand Canyon. The average visit to Arizona's Grand Canyon lasts 45 minutes. However, in a mere half hour, Roger McGough and Pete McCarthy cover a lot of ground.
The second programme from Dublin with bestselling Irish poet Brendan Kennelly in conversation with Simon Rae. Producer Paul Dodgson
4:7 Kent His Faither". George Hume reflects on the many layers of contradiction that define the Scot in the 1990s.
The first of Joe Turner 's quirky comedies about the paranoid traumas of growing up. Eddie's mum and dad are fighting over her. The Head wants her in detention forever - and her geography teacher is from another planet.
Producer Martin Jameson (fiptj
Peter Day continues his journey along the waterways of the Continent.
Life at Birmingham International Airport. 4: An aircraft carrying the Princess of Wales suffers an "air strike".
Selections from Good Bones and Murder in the Dark, Margaret Atwood 's witty look at society in the last decade of the century. Readers Shelley Thompson and Cairo Cannon Producer Jocelyn Boxall
Mark Whittaker asks if the new Labour leadership has considered how plans for manufacturing will contaminate the planet?
Six portraits of Muslims in Europe. 1: Footsteps in the Past. Rasheed and Somia discover that the founders of the Muslim community in Liverpool were white and middle-class, like themselves. Producer Tony Phillips
In the last of the series, John Miller talks to Lady Valerie Solti who in 1969 married the conductor Sir Georg Solti and committed herself to a life of travel. She looks back at the country she calls home. Producer Richard Bannerman
The story of a unique friendship between two men from different social and political backgrounds is told, compiled from interviews given by Sir Anthony Nutting and Bill Wheeler.
Director Martin Jenkins
The evening office of Compline.