with Bishop Joe Devine.
with John Humphrys and James Naughtie. Details as Monday plus:
7.45 Thought for the Day with Rabbi Lionel Blue.
with Libby Purves and Brian Hayes. Producer Lucy Cacanas
Jesu, the very thought of thee (St Botolph); Psalm 46 (Chant: Luther): Romans 5, w 1-11; If God be for us (Handel, from Messiah); All my hope on God is founded (Michael).
BBC Singers, directed by Barry Rose.
Last in the series tracing expeditions to far-flung corners of the earth. A team of young scientists brave scorpions, tarantulas and a Venezuelan swamp in search of the manatee - the shy creature which spawned the legend of the mermaid. A Revolution Recordings production
Debbie Southwick, British Rhythmic Gymnastics Champion, tells Jenni Murray what exercises her most.
Serial: Madame Doubtfm (5)
with John Howard.
Five-part dramatisation of Gillian Slovo 's acclaimed detective mystery.
4: Alicia has gone missing. Her mother, Marion, has been burgled. Meanwhile Kate has two funerals to attend and Carmen makes a discovery in the Mateley case.
Music by Anthea Gomez Dramatised by Jill Brooke Director Sue Wilson
by Mike Walker.
The first in an occasional series of plays, presenting up-to-the-moment drama, in which the lives of the central characters are shaped by real issues and events as they happen today.
Following the Downing Street Declaration on the Peace Talks in Northern Ireland, two journalists seek to discover who, if anyone, is telling the truth. As London, Dublin and now Washington clamour for some kind of resolution, pressure mounts to find the big story. Director Eoin O'Callaghan
Martin Wainwright celebrates the achievements of those who have been overlooked by history.
4: Raymond Erith. The architect who was the lonely torch bearer of classicism through the post-war fashion for modern buildings proved to be ahead of his time. Producer Alison Perks
Gerry Anderson invites you to join him for an hour of daily live action, debate, unadulterated opinion and frank exchange. PHONE: [number removed]
Amy Tan 's novel transfers to the screen in The Joy-Luck Club , and Brian Sibley talks to television director Phil Agland. Producer Adnan Washboume (Revised repeat 9.15pm)
by Ruth Rendell.
"Never accept lifts from strangers." But a young boy does - with far-reaching consequences.
Read by Peter Meakin. Producer Rosemary Watts
Ned Sherrin conducts heat six of the wide-ranging musical quiz. This week, from Huddersfield Town Hall.
Nigel and Shula reminisce. (Repeated tomorrow at 1.40pmj
"It was because I was afraid that I had decided to attempt a crossing of the great Sahara desert, from west to east, by myself and by camel."
After a rudimentary introduction to the camel, courtesy of London Zoo, Geoffrey Moorhouse set off on an ambitious solo trek across the Sahara. He tells
Annette Kobak of his struggle with exhaustion, lice, near-starvation and loneliness and what happened when he stopped running away from fear and began to walk towards it. With readings by Sean Barrett. Producer Kate McAll
A look at a Worthing hospital that has a new way of listening to its patients.
Donald Woods travels across South
Africa to assess its chances of making democracy work after next month's historic general election.
2: War and Peace. The major obstacle to democracy in South Africa is political violence. Woods reports from his native land on the precarious peacekeeping operations as they try to hold the ring in the townships. A Crux production
It symbolised the decline and revival of British manufacturing - now the Germans have bought Rover. As the passions begin to die down over its £800 million sale to BMW, and in the first of the new series, Peter Day finds out what strategy can bring both companies together and where their future lies.
Editor Stephen Chilcott
(Revised repeat of 4.05pm)
with Martin Webber.
with Robin Lustig.
The pigeon loft and the broken-down wireless that stood between Britain and invasion; the 20-year-old undergraduate who plotted the downfall of the Bismarck, and Chris Andrew finds out why Wantage is not called Kingston.