with Marjorie Lofthouse. Producer David Bellinger
Presented by Hazel Bradley. Producer Noel Vincent
Quentin Seddon joins Joe and Libby Henson for breakfast in the Cotswolds. Producer Carol Trewin
Religious news with Colin Morris.
8.00 News 8.10 Sunday Papers Producer Christine Morgan
speak for the Week's Good Cause about a charity which funds medical research into all matters of women's health.
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celebrates Epiphany from St Andrews , New Earswick, York. Led by Rev Chris Cullwick, preacher Canon John Young. Oh worship the Lord in the beauty of holiness; Arise, shine, for your light has come; You are mine, I am yours; As with gladness; We are marching in the light of God. Matthew 2, w 1-12. Directors of music David Barker and Heather Richardson
Organist Kathryn Coombes.
Joanna Coles presents a special report from Hong Kong on the future of a free press in China's window on the west. Producer Sarah Eldridge. Rptd Tue 11.00pm
2: Paris. Kevin Connolly, the BBC's
Paris correspondent, finds his adopted city has been admired and disparaged by letter writers for centuries. Producer Kate Whitehead
with the actress Patricia Hodge.
Producer Olivia Seligman. Rptd Friday 9.05am
with James Cox.
Pippa Greenwood , Anne Swithinbank and Geoffrey Smith solve problems sent in by post. Chairman Eric Robson. A Taytor Made production. Rptd Wed 11.30am
Dramatised in six episodes by Neville Smith. 2: The Wooden World. Pepys is beset by problems at home and at work.
With Emma Gregory. Samantha Holland ,
Frances Jeater , Tom Bevan , Peter Kenny , Ian Masters. Gavin Muir , Neville Smith ,
Michael Tudor Barnes and Malcolm Ward. Music by Guy Woolfenden , played by the Purcell Quartet. Director Jane Morgan. Rptd Friday 2.00pm
Sir George Carteret:
Sir John Mennes:
Sir William Batten:
Sir William Penn:
1: Gentlemen Capitalists. Will Hutton of The Guardian asks if we have paid too high a price for the City of London's success as a financial centre.
Repeated from Thursday
Join "Dame" John Inman at the panto. Repeated from Tuesday
Gareth Owen with listeners' requests. Producer Sally Marmion
Simon Fanshawe scans the airwaves.
Repeated from Friday
2: A Defining Moment.
Sir Charles Powell , former Foreign Affairs Adviser to Lady Thatcher and John Major , examines relations between Britain and France. Producer Gwyneth Williams
Modern retellings of fairy tales by the Brothers Grimm.
2: I Should Be So Lucky by Bill Taylor.
Jean Alexander (from Last of the Summer Wine) stars as Mrs Crow, the magician's widow who helps Ellie escape her step-sisters and get to her pop idol's concert.
with Edward Blishen and his guests Celia Brayfield and Vanessa Feltz. Repeated from Wednesday
A wildlife "balloon" debate special. Repeated from Friday
First Impressions. Laurie Taylor decodes the language of job ads and interviews.
8.30 The French Experience 12: Forme et Sante. Chantal Cuer discusses
French attitudes towards healthy living.
9.15 Get By in Portugal 2: Fado,
Fatima and Football. Susan Marling focuses on Portuguese popular culture.
9.45 In Other Words Barbara Ewing gives Daire Brehan an insight into Maori.
Repeated from yesterday 4.00pm
2: Words The northern chapel was a forum for great preaching. Dr Colin Morris explains that Nonconformists entered the Kingdom of Heaven by their ears. Producer Chris Gwilliam
Richard Vaughan follows in the footsteps of travel writer Negley Farson as he journeys through the desert wastelands and German colonial towns of Namibia. Producer David Prest
The travel magazine series, from the Royal Geographical Society.
2: The dos and don'ts of selling a travel article and the art of free travel, with Aminatta Forna and Robert Elms.
A Goldhawk production
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Rosalind Miles presents a six-part series on the history of child rearing. 2: Seen and Not Heard
Producer Lucy Lunt
or Suffering and Smiling. Oyebamijo Doherty shows a sceptical
Liz Moloney the charms of his native city. Producer Nigel Acheson Rpt
Magic or MiracleTVne Rt Rev
Rowan Williams , Bishop of Monmouth, reflects on the meaning of Epiphany for today. Producer Roy Jenkins