Ease into Sunday with Mark's mixture for the family.
8.30 Snap, Crackle and Pop
9.05 KFK Radio
by Colin Haydn Evans
The first of a four-part series.
When Joanna arrives to stay with her uncle in the country she seems a natural choice for that year's Spring Queen. But the decision arouses jealousies of a dangerous nature.
With Graham Crowden, Jerome Flynn, Maggie McCarthy, Maria Miles, Jessica Marshall Gardner and Jacob Thomas.
with The AM Alternative Omnibus
with Ross King.
Only three Sundays to go before the championship is decided.
News from Britain's biggest campus.
with Jonathan Legard. Motor Racing: Simon Taylor is at Imola for round four of the Fl
Championship - the San Marino Grand Prix.
Football: Latest scores and reports from today's football programme.
Snooker: The half way point of the Embassy
World Championship at The Crucible, Sheffield. At 6.15 The Greatest Prize on Earth
A history of the world heavyweight boxing championship.
1: Gentlemen James Corbett to Joe Louis.
Sports roundups at 5.00,
6.00 and 7.00pm.
7.20pm Open University
7.20 New Curisoity Shop - All that Glisters; 7.40 Witness to Change; 8.00 Philosophy and Architecture in the 16th Century;
8.20 Assignment 103; 8.40
Maths: Formula Iteration; 9.00 Open Forum: 9.20 Art Works
Goes to Dublin with David Norris :
9.40 The Art Market and the Avant-garde
with Mike Edgar.
Fresh from its recent success at Northern
Ireland's Entertainment Media and Arts Awards, the region's "most entertaining radio programme" returns with another eclectic mix of music and mayhem. This week: the Saw
Doctors - Ireland's most successful exponents of Irish rock and humour, in concert at Belfast's Ulster