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A Eucharist from Birmingham
Cathedral during a conference of the National Network of Pastoral Musicians.
Celebrant Canon Gary O'Neill. Director of music Bill Tamblyn.

Contributors

Unknown:
Canon Gary O'Neill.
Music:
Bill Tamblyn.

Yorkshire v Gloucestershire
Commentary from Lord's by Jonathan Agnew , Henry Blofeld and Christopher Martin-Jenkins . Including at 1.00* News
* Approximate times
* Jonathan Agnew : page 39

Contributors

Unknown:
Jonathan Agnew
Unknown:
Henry Blofeld
Unknown:
Christopher Martin-Jenkins
Unknown:
Jonathan Agnew

Eight personal journeys. 1: Ladder in the Rshnet Tights. The circus was invented in Britain, but its image has been tarnished over the years - very different to Sweden. Dea Birkett travels to Stockholm for Sweden's prestigious all-female "Circus Princess" awards. Producer Kate McAII

Contributors

Producer:
Kate McAii

Mary Allen talks to celebrated composers, conductors and performers who attempt to convince her of the finest example of a particular genre of music. 3: The Greatest Film Score
Producer Karen Sanders Young Repeated Saturday llpm

Contributors

Talks:
Mary Allen

Time
Pippa Greenwood , Anne Swithinbank and Nigel Colborn answer questions posed by gardeners from Devon. With chairman Eric Robson.
Producer Trevor Taylor
Repeated Wednesday 3pm

Contributors

Unknown:
Pippa Greenwood
Unknown:
Anne Swithinbank
Unknown:
Nigel Colborn
Unknown:
Eric Robson.
Producer:
Trevor Taylor

In the last of six programmes,
Anna Pavord looks for the clues which date a garden, and for traces of the great garden designers. Restoring Period
Gardens. Why Norah Lindsay believed in an abundance of flowers and a well mown lawn for the 1890's villa garden. Producer Robyn Read

Contributors

Unknown:
Anna Pavord
Unknown:
Norah Lindsay

Written and adapted in three parts by Earl Lovelace. 3: Ash Wednesday. Aldrick and Fisheye lead an armed rebellion against the police but pay the price with five years in prison. with Martina Laird , Dona Croll , Stefan Kalipha , Joan-Ann Maynard , Marva Alexander ,
Victor Romero Evans , Jim Findley , Clare Perkins and John Brobbey. Music Felix Cross. Director Ralph Rolls. Repeated Saturday 9pm

Contributors

Unknown:
Earl Lovelace.
Unknown:
Martina Laird
Unknown:
Dona Croll
Unknown:
Stefan Kalipha
Unknown:
Joan-Ann Maynard
Unknown:
Marva Alexander
Unknown:
Victor Romero Evans
Unknown:
Jim Findley
Unknown:
Clare Perkins
Unknown:
John Brobbey.
Music:
Felix Cross.
Director:
Ralph Rolls.
Philo the Calypsonian:
Rudolph Walker
Aldrick Dragon Maker:
Malcolm Frederick

Poetry and conversation with Christopher Cook. Wendy Cope and Kit Wright share ideas about humour in poetry and read new poems and old favourites. Producer Susan Roberts
Repeated Saturday 11.30pm

Contributors

Unknown:
Christopher Cook.
Unknown:
Wendy Cope
Unknown:
Kit Wright
Producer:
Susan Roberts

The race to find new, stronger antibiotics is now critical as strains of resistant bacteria develop. This is partly due to the overuse of antibiotics in agriculture. This programme asks why farmers use antibiotics and whether they can stop. Producer Hugh O'Donnell Repeat

Contributors

Producer:
Hugh O'Donnell

Next week's political headlines, with Terry Dignan. Including 10.45 Allegories for the Present Day. Michael Charlton reflects on his meeting with Cardinal Franz Koenig of Vienna. Editor John Evans

Contributors

Unknown:
Terry Dignan.
Unknown:
Michael Charlton
Unknown:
Cardinal Franz Koenig
Editor:
John Evans

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