with Marjorie Lofthouse. Producer David Bellinger
with Jack Hywel-Davies . including Bells on Sunday from St Mary the Virgin, Studham. Producer Kathryn Pritchard
Robin Page joins Lord Peel on the grouse moors in North Yorkshire.
Producer Carol Trewin
Producer David Coomes
8.00 News. 8.10 Sunday Papers
speaks for the Week's Good Cause about acharity which provides rehabilitation and training for those blinded in service.
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from the last day of an international youth prayer festival hosted by Youth 2000 in Woldingham School. Surrey, led by Fr Wayne Roxburgh. Come and fill this temple (Friesen); Lord, have mercy (Kendrick); Gloria: Laud Mass (Pere Decha ); Revelation 11, v 19; 12 w 1-6 and 10; Psalm 44; Beautiful lady (Jane Fitzgerald); 1 Corinthians 15, w 20-26; Alleluliah! Jesus is King of the ages; Luke 1: w 39-56; Cause of our joy (Fr Stan Fortuna ); Magnificat (Andrew Stayne ). Director of Music Robert Toone.
Media news with Joanna Coles.
Producer Anne Reevell
2: Peas. Nothing compares with the sweetness and succulence of a freshly-picked pea. But it's a taste now rarely available. Derek Cooper finds out why. Producer Mm Raisman
Sir Colin Davis explores, with Dr Anthony Clare , the pyschological aspects of his life as an acclaimed British conductor.
A Michael Ember production
with Charlie Lee Potter.
Pippa Greenwood , Geoffrey Smith and Bob Flowerdew solve problems for the Penicuik Horticultural Society. The chairman is Eric Robson.
A Taylor Made production
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Concluding Tobias Smollett 's boisterous tour round Georgian Britain.
4: To the North and Home Again
Dramatised by Scott Cherry. Music by Matthew Scott Director Clive Brill (Rpt. Repeated Fnday at 2.00pm)
Conor Gaerty explores the cutting edge of the rights argument in Britain in two key areas: environmental and animal rights. Today, the controversy over the Government's road-building programme.
Sally Magnusson explores her Icelandic roots. This week, she travels north.
Simon Rae 's guest Jilly Cooper chooses poems about love, loss and dashing romantic heroes. Producer Viv Beeby
The third of Joe Turner 's quirky comedies about the paranoid traumas of growi ng up. Adele is painfully jealous of her kid sister Kelly. Kelly is Dad's favourite. So Adele finds solace in a life of obsessional shoplifting. With Jane Dawson as Adele . and Michelle Fairclough as Kelly.
With Deborah McAndrew and John Graham Davies Producer Martin Jameson
Peter Day ends his watery journey across Europe in the bird-inhabited vastness of the Danube delta.
Life at Birmingham International Airport. 6: Fog causes delays and frayed tempers.
8.00 Maths Miscellany: When Time Is Asleep ... 8.30 Student 94 9.00 Community History: Sex, Marriage and Population 9.20 Europe of the Regions
9.40 Women's Studies: Sisters in Crime
The Worm Forgives the Plough. The late John Stewart Collis always cast a visionary eye over the works of nature. In these extracts, he looks closely at the role played by the ant, the plough, the worm, the clouds and the dunghill. Reader Sean Barrett. Producer Martin Jenkins
From Hulme, Manchester, to Suzdal in Russia, Mark Whittaker takes a look at what makes a city sustainable.
Six portraits of Muslims in Europe.
3: Holland Hilversum. How young Muslims are building careers in a government-funded Islamic TV station. Producer Tony Phillips
Six very different people talk frankly to Peter White about their disabilities.
2: Emma Nicholson , MP, talks about the way in which some members of the House of Commons reacted to her deafness.
Producer Ronni Davis
This week, Oliver Walston travels the roads and rivers of Bolivia.
Producer Carol Trewin
The Sichuan Road. Following in the footsteps of his missionary parents. Keith Clements returns to Guilin, southern China. Producer Amanda Hancox