with Marjorie Lofthouse. Producer David Bellinger
with Jack Hywel-Davies . Including Bells on Sunday from Kilbroney Parish Church. Rostrevor, Northern Ireland.
Oliver Walston samples Hugh Lillingston 's wonderful bread and goat's cheese. Producer Carol Trewin
Producer David Coomes
8.00 News 8.10 Sunday Papers
speaks forthe Week's Good Cause about the work of a charity wh ich provides advice to refugees from all overthe world.
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Over life's Tempestuous Sea from Caister Lifeboat Station, Norfolk. Led by Rev Malcolm Pears , with the Great Yarmouth Citadel Salvation Army Band. Psalm 107, w 21-31; Acts 27. w 33-44; 0 worship the King; Jesus Saviour pilot me; Light in the darkness; Will your anchor hold?;
Eternal Father, strong to save.
Director of Music Gordon Tyrrell.
Commentary on the fourth day's play in the Third Test between England and South Africa at the Oval. Including at
1.00 The South African Summers
3.40 At the Bookstall
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Media news with Joanna Coles. Producer Anne Reevell
3: Garlic. Derek Cooper discovers "the stinking rose" on the Isle of Wight. Producer Min Raisman
Glaswegian football manager Tommy Docherty opens up to Dr Anthony Clare. A Michael Ember production
with James Cox.
Pippa Greenwood , Geoffrey Smith and Bob Flowerdew solve problems posed by the gardeners of Lambeth in South London. The chairman is Eric Robson. A Taylor Made production
A four-part dramatisation of Charlotte Bronte's love story by Michelene Wandor.
With Sophie Thompson as Jane Eyre and Ciaran Hinds as Mr Rochester.
Jane Eyre's loveless childhood is to haunt her all her life. She finally gains independence when she goes, as governess, to Thornfield Hall.
(Repeated Friday at 2.00pm)
Is Jane Eyre a heroine for the 90s?
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Conor Gaerty meets campaigners for animal rights.
A look at the beautiful but treacherous coastline of North Devon and Cornwall.
Terry Jones tells Simon Rae why Chaucer isn't boring, with extracts from The Wife of Bath and The Miller's Tale. Producer Viv Beeby
The last of Joe Turner 's quirky comedies about the paranoid traumas of growing up. Emma lives in total awe of her mum's New Age mystic supernatural powers. Producer Martin Jameson
A feature by Michelene Wandor based on the letters of Jean Rhys , with Brenda Bruce as Jean Rhys , Mia Soteriou as Antoinette, Janet Maw as Jane Eyre and John Church as Mr Rochester. The programme looks at the novelist Jean Rhys 's long struggle to complete her book The Wide Sargasso Sea, based on the character of the first Mrs Rochester in Charlotte Bronte's Jane Eyre. Producer Cherry Cookson
Life at Birmingham International Airport. 7: Security is stepped up following the news of a series of bomb attacks on Heathrow.
8.00 Maths Miscellany:
Sonya Kowalevskaya 8.30 Great Pioneers in Education: Thomas Arnold 9.00 American
Conversations: Henry Waxman 9.20 Arts: the Rational Amusement 9.40 Modern
Art: Kitsch and the Avant Garde
Going Down by Ed Horton. 1991 was a very special year for Oxford United. ReadbyAdjoaAndoh. Producer Nigel Bryant
Six portraits of Muslims in Europe.
4: Dublin. Home to the first state-funded
Islamic school in the British Isles.
Producer Tony Phillips
Indian writer Firdaus Kanga tells Peter White how Indian and English attitudes to disability are very different. Producer Ronni Davis
with Annie Nightingale and her guests. Producer Rebecca Famworth
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The Sichuan Road. Keith Clements ends the series in the Sichuan Mountains of China. Producer Amanda Hancox