with Marjorie Lofthouse. Producer David Bellinger
with Hazel Bradley. Including Bells on Sunday from St Mary the Virgin,
Monken Hadley , Barnet, Hertfordshire. Producer Stephen Shipley
Oliver Walston visits the Alier district, on the edge of the Auvergne in France. Producer Carol Trewin
Religious news with Colin Morris.
8.00 News 8.10 Sunday Papers Producer Christine Morgan
speaks for the Week's Good Cause on behalf of a charity which provides support to people with a drink problem. DONATIONS TO: Alcohol Recovery Project,[address removed]
CREDIT CARDS: [number removed]
Return of the award-winning series. Risk and safety, body and spirit, profit and loss ... Rosemary Hartill and guests explore aspects of our common human experience. 1: Work and Play Producer Roy Jenkins
LETTERS: Were You There? BBC, PO Box 27,
Manchester M60 1SJ. PHONE: [number removed]
Producer Anne Reevell. Rptd Tue 11.00pm
New York. In the last of the series
Richard Quest compares immigrants' letters home from New York with the gleeful comments of British writers embarking on lucrative lecture tours. Producer Kate Whitehead
with television reporter Kate Adie. Producer Olivia Seligman Rpt
with James Cox.
Pippa Greenwood , Nigel Colborn and Bob Flowerdew answer queries for the Hunstanton Gardens and Allotments Association. Chairman Eric Robson.
A Taylor Made production. Rptd Wed 11.30am
Final part dramatised by Neville Smith.
As long as Pepys's infidelities were carried on outside their home they were no real threat to Elizabeth.
Music by Guy Woolfenden, played by the Purcell Quartet
Rptd Friday at 2.00pm
James, Duke of York:
Sir William Coventry:
Sir George Carteret:
Sir John Mennes:
Sir William Penn:
An investigation into the personal pension business.
Repeated from Thursday
Hank Wangford heads for the home of the original cowboy. 1: Buenos Aires Repeated from Tuesday
Gareth Owen completes his three-part celebration ofTS Eliot.
Producer Tim Dee
The series examining the attitudes of Northern Ireland's Protestants.
2: Remembering. Mary McAleese explores the ways in which history influences Protestants' opinions. Producer Bert Tosh
A four-part dramatisation of Alison Uttley 's classic novel.
Penelope is sent to stay at her great-aunt's Derbyshire farm and becomes fascinated by its dramatic past.
Dramatised by Melissa Murray Director Alison Hindell
The Reith Lecturer Interview
This year's lecturer is
Sir Richard Rogers , the architect famous for such controversial buildings as the Pompidou Centre in Paris and the Lloyd's building in London. He talks to Alan Yentob about the inspiration behind his architecture. Producer Anthony Denselow
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8.00 V.I.P.s:FeodorDostoevsky 8.30 Diamonds, Rust and a Handful of Sand 9.00 Re-viewing the Family 9.20 Adult Education: A Question of Minorities 9.40 Englands of the Mind
Repeated from yesterday at 4.00pm
2: Lost Childhood. Mariette Rozen was one of the hidden children of the Holocaust, one of thousands of orphans who made their way to Canada after the war. Only recently could she talk of her memories. Producer Lynn Glazier for CBC
Jez Nelson tries out a computer you control using just your eyes. Repeated from Wednesday
2: The Moonstone. Author P D James examines why Wilkie Collins 's novel continues to influence crime writers.
Producer Sally Marmion Rpt
Fun and Games. In the last of the series,
Rosalind Miles looks at how children of the past spent their free time. Producer Lucy Lunt
Presented by Michael Fairbairn. Producer Smita Patel
Actor, writer and critic Tony Jasper traces stories of faith through musical traditions. 1: Black Gospel Music Producer Tim Pemberton