with Marjorie Lofthouse. Producer David Bellinger
Presented by Hazel Bradley. Including Bells on Sunday from St Mary the Virgin and All Saints, Fotheringhay, Northamptonshire. Producer Philip Billson
Robert Forster joins John and Frances Willmer at the birthplace of diversification in Oxfordshire. Producer Tim Coleman
Religious news with Trevor Barnes.
8.00 News 8.10 Sunday Papers Producer Christine Morgan
speaks for the Week's Good Cause about a charity which runs an award scheme supporting the arts in prisons and special hospitals.
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Last of the series in which
Rosemary Hartill explores aspects of our common human experience. Profit and Loss Producer Philip Billson
Producer Anne Reevell. Rptd Tuesday 11.00pm
Over the next four weeks, traveller and explorer Christina Dodwell ventures into the virtually unexplored heart of Madagascar. 1: Uphill without Brakes. Christina learns to drive a stagecoach, shelters from a cyclone and rebuilds many bridges. Producer Simon Elmes
with actor Christopher Lee.
Producer Olivia Seligman. Rptd Friday 9.05am
with Sheena MacDonald.
Pippa Greenwood , Bob Flowerdew and Nigel Colborn answer listeners' questions sent in by post.
ATaylor Made production. Rptd Wed 11.30am
Nicolai Gogol 's comic masterpiece, set in 1820s Russia, is dramatised in two episodes by Stephen Wyatt and stars Ken Stott as Chichikov.
1: Coming. A man arrives in an isolated provincial town. His mission is to buy up the "dead souls".
Musicians Eleanor Knight , Andy Crowdie , George Ricci and Jamie McCarthy
Music by Andy Frizell. Director Kate Rowland Repeated Friday 2.00pm
A report on the relationship between democracy and economic success. Repeated from Thursday
1: Sumatra. Journalist Debbie Martyr scours the mountainous jungles of Sumatra on the trail of an ape-man. Repeated from Tuesday
Gareth Owen introduces requests for poems by Edgar Allan Poe , Keats and Wendy Cope. Read by Peter Whitman , Peter Kelly and Elizabeth Bell. Producer Sara Davies
Spirella was the UK's largest company producing made-to-measure ladies' corsetry. It may have closed, but many women still remember the "Spirella Lady".
Producer Jackie Christie
Final part of Alison Uttley 's adventure.
Flautist Laura Bradshaw. Dramatised by Melissa Murray. Director Alison Hindell
3: Sustainable Architecture
Richard Rogers explains his approach to architecture. He describes the importance of quality building and consideration for public spaces and stresses the need for environmentally friendly buildings that put modern technology at the service of man. Producer Anthony Denselow
8.00 VIPs: Carl Gustav Jung 8.30 Diamonds, Rust and a Handful of Sand 9.00 Talking about the Enlightenment 9.20 Lord Briggs on History 9.40 Understanding Society: The World We Have Lost
Repeated from yesterday at 4.00pm
5: Blue Is the Colour of Hope. Martha Kumsa , an Ethiopian political prisoner, started to receive letters from two members of the Canadian PEN organisation. Their intimate correspondence secured her release. Producer Marilyn Powell for CBC
Jez Nelson gets to grips with friction. Repeated from Wednesday
The first of six programmes in which women from the Isle of Dogs have their say. With Susan Marling. Producer Merilyn Harris
Robert Kee asks British diplomats about their first-hand experience of world-changing events. Laurence O'Keeffe was UK Ambassador to
Czechoslovakia in 1989. After dinner with a group of dissidents, he gave them lifts home. A few weeks later, they were running the country. A Brian Lapping production
Presented by Rob Orchard. Producer Smita Patel
Last of the series in which
Tony Jasper traces stories of faith through musical traditions. Jazz Producer Tim Pemberton