0 come, let us worship (Rachmaninov); Take my life (Nottingham); Mark 14, w 3-9; 0 praise the name of the Lord (Rachmaninov); King of glory, King of peace (Gwalchmai). Director of Music Nigel Swinford.
I To most people, Paddington I means either a station or a bear. But when TV journalist Margaret Jay became Labour frontbench peer Baroness Jay of Paddington, friends' children dubbed her "the Bearess", and the nickname stuck.
1: Paddington Bearess. In the first of three programmes, "the Bearess" explores her urban lair and traces the area's history. Producer Jill Marshall
More corporate capers and off-balance sheet fun with the business panel game. The chairman is Nigel Cassidy , with guests Alastair Ross Goobey , Nigel Whittaker , Sir John Harvey-Jones and Peter Day. Producer Neil Koenig
in poet John Hegley 's first play, we join him in his local London caff. Then he whisks us away ... by train to Manchester and Wales ... by dreams, songs and poems to Mars, ancient Rome, Jerusalem and the tortures of the end of a love affair.
Music by Nigel Piper . Director Anne Edyvean
Acclaimed novelist, free-market crusader and Peruvian presidential candidate, Mario Vargas Llosa has now written a volume of autobiography. And Robert Dawson Scott's studio guest is the award-winning author Anne Fine, known for her children's books like Madame Doubtfire and Hour Babies, who has just completed her third novel for adults.
(Revised repeat at 9.30pm)
The villagers of Fenhall are determined to win the shield for the Best Kept Village. But Akerman Flatt refuses to co-operate - not even for the formidable president of the Women's Institute.
Read by Peter Tuddenham.
Five-part adaptation of Peter Lovesey 's comedy-thriller, with Ronald Pickup as Walter and Oona Beeson as Alma.
4: Have Walter and Alma really pulled off the perfect murder?
Dramatised by Geoffrey M Matthews Director Matthew Walters
A special investigation into the hidden world of the liquidators. Britain's 2,000 insolvency practitioners are charged with rescuing bankrupt companies, or disposing of their assets for the best possible price. But are they exploiting this powerful position for their own ends? Reporter Jolyon Jenkins.
Producer David Haggie
Six programmes about one of the most valuable resources of the modern world - information.
1: The Victorians knew the value of information -they established a national network of local libraries that still exists today. Alun Lewis investigates this early attempt at an information superhighway, and discovers what the future may hold. Producer Peter Croasdale
News, views and information for people with a visual disability.
Presented by Peter White. Producer Dave Harvey
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