Father of Heaven Whose Love Profound
(Rovauix, BBC HB 290); Matthew 6, w 5-8; To Thee, 0 Lord, Do I Lift My Soul (Rachmaninov); Father Hear the Prayer We Offer (BBC HB 352). Director of Music Barry Rose.
The nation's heart laid on a slab and anatomised by Ray Gosling.
3: The Caravan. 295,000 heads of families in the British Isles now pledge allegiance to the Caravan Club. Their national rally, held at Sandringham, includes beer, fun for children and an intimate flagpole ceremony. But would the south Essex decorated car be interrupted by the pad of the corgi's hoof? Producer Alastair Wilson
Last of a five-part dramatisation of Peter Lovesey 's novel.
With Ronald Pickup as Walter, Fiona Fullerton as Lydia and Oona Beeson as Alma. Walter has been shot. Alma no longer loves him. Did they murder his wife for nothing?
Dramatised by Geoffrey M Matthews Director Matthew Walters
Colin Douglas's four-part drama serial on the history of the National Health Service, seen through the lives of two generations of Edinburgh doctors. Adapted by the author from his novel Sickness and Health.
Director Patrick Rayner
Lone inventors have produced many indispensable gadgets.
In the last programme of the series, Alun LewisvisitsEurope 'slargestinventors'fair and discovers what may be the next big thing to hit the high streets. Producer Deborah Cohen
Brian Sibley reviews the week's new films including John Landis 's Innocent Blood and Sylvester Stallone in Cliffhanger, also High Art and Low Life , decadent images for the late 19th century, at the V & A Museum. Producer Rachel Yorke
(Revised repeat at 9.15pm)
Baby farmer Margaret Waters was hanged in 1870 for letting a child starve to death ... Stanley Williamson investigates the events leading up to the "Act for the Better Preservation of Infant
Life" - the first piece of legislation to be concerned with the welfare of children. Producer Edwina Wolstencroft
Working in ivorytowers or public offices, concentrating on private thoughts or challenging orthodoxy - Edward Said , Professor at Columbia University, examines how intellectuals have been defined and what their role should be in the modern world.
1: Representations of the Intellectual. Producer Anne Winder
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