with Marjorie Lofthouse. Producer David Bellinger
Presented by Hazel Bradley. Including Bells on Sunday from St James 's, Chipping Campden. Producer Clare Huey
Robert Forster shares breakfast with Bob Parry , president of the Farming Union of Wales.
Producer Tim Coleman
Religious news with Colin Morris.
8.00 News 8.10 Sunday Papers Producer Christine Morgan
speaks for the Week's Good Cause about a charity which funds research into Friedrich's and cerebellar ataxias. DONATIONS TO:[address removed]. CREDIT CARDS: [number removed]
byAlistairCooke. Repeated from Friday
All Too Human
A Lenten series in which women preachers explore the impact of the gospel today. 1: Gospel and Society. From the chapel at Wesley House, Cambridge, with Dr Susan White.
Matthew 4, w 1-11; Genesis 2, w 7-9; 3, w 1-7 and 22-24. Organist and musical director Christopher Chivers.
Producer Anne Reevell. Rptd Tuesday 11.00pm
Explorer Christina Dodwell journeys to the heart of Madagascar. 2: Trances and Water-Dances. Christina almost gets carried away by the spirit of New Year and goes in search of mermaids. Producer Simon Elmes
with historian Prof Eric Hobsbawm.
Producer Olivia Seligman. Rptd Friday 9.05am
with Charlie Lee-Potter .
Pippa Greenwood , Bob Flowerdew and Nigel Colborn tackle questions from the Heacham Gardeners' Association.
Chairman Eric Robson
A Taylor Made production. Rptd Wed 11.30am
Nikolai Gogol 's comic masterpiece set in 1820s Russia, dramatised in two episodes by Stephen Wyatt and starring Ken Stott as Chichikov.
2: Going. Rumour and truth about
Chichikov start to spiral out of control. with Bryan Pringle , David Fleeshman and Robert Whelan. Musicians Eleanor Knight , Andy Crowdie , George Ricci and Jamie McCarthy. Music composed by Andy Frizell Director Kate Rowland. Rptd Friday 2.00pm
Geoff Mulgan asks if economic growth necessarily leads to greater happiness.
Repeated from Thursday
2: The Himalayas. Students from Imperial College London mount an expedition to northern India. Repeated from Tuesday
Gareth Owen introduces listeners' requests, including Edwin Morgan 's Loch Ness Monster's Song. Producer Julian Wilkinson
Bossing the Bosses. Peter Day reports on the big new issue in British business - corporate governance.
Following a spate of management pay scandals, job losses and mega-mergers, he questions who runs companies and for whom. Producer Paul Charles
Three-part dramatisation of Betsy Byars ' novel The Two Thousand
Pound Goldfish. With Leonard Kirby as Warren Otis and Heather Tobias as Aunt Pepper. with Dominic Letts. Keith Drinkel and James Telfer. Dramatised by Tony Coult Director Celia De Wolff Rpt
4: London - The Humanist City. After living in London for over 40 years,
Richard Rogers finds the city a source of inspiration and frustration. In this lecture, he advocates a variety of ways of making London a better place to live. Producer Anthony Denselow
8.00 VIPs: Michael Faraday 8.30 Diamonds, Rust and a Handful of Sand 9.00 Studying the History of the Family 9.20 Mystery Plays 9.40
Patterns of Consumption: The Affluent and the Poor
Repeated from yesterday 4.00pm
6: A Bridge of Voices. What is it like to have an autistic brain? John and Lindsay both know but have also managed to cross the bridge that links their autistic world with ours. Producer Tom Morton for the Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Jez Nelson presents the last in the switched-on science series. Repeated from Wednesday
Women from the Isle of Dogs have their say. With Susan Marling. Producer Merilyn Harris
Robert Kee asks British diplomats about their firsthand experience of world-changing events. Michael Atkinson was UK Ambassador to
Romania in 1989 when his sons and daughter joined him and his wife for a memorable Christmas under fire. A Brian Lapping production
Presented by Rob Orchard. Producer Smita Patel
Sylvia Sands considers the spirituality of the Bronte sisters. 1: Charlotte -
Passionate Pilgrim of Integrity A Radio Ulster production