with Marjorie Lofthouse. Producer David Bellinger
with Hazel Bradley. Including Bells on Sunday from St Andrew in Whilton, Northamptonshire. Producer Clare Huey
Oliver Walston joins Leo and Sarah Barclay for a taste of Scotland. Producer Carol Trewin
Religious news with Trevor Barnes.
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 for children with congenital abnormalities of the lower limbs.
DONATIONS TO: STEPS, [address removed]. CREDIT CARDS: [number removed]
All Too Human Lenten series in which women preachers explore the impact of the gospel today. 4: Gospel in Times of Change. From Sion Baptist Church, Burnley. Led by Yvonne Roberts. Preacher the RevVivienne
Lassetter. Isaiah 66, w 7-16. Director of music Alex Markham.
Producer Anne Reevell. Rptd Tues 11.00pm
Six European travel writers explore the strange culture and landscape of what is to them a very foreign country -Britain. Wouldn't It Be Loverly. Dutch writer and broadcaster Adriaan van
Dis's first encounter with British culture was the film My Fair Lady. Fascinated by the portrayal of the class system, he makes his observations on this most
British of things, with evidence from many witnesses.
Producer Kerry McGeever
with Mary Stott , former Guardian Women's Editor.
Producer Olivia Seligman Rpt
with James Cox.
Pippa Greenwood , Anne Swithinbank and Geoffrey Smith answer questions for Merseyside horticultural societies. A Taylor Made production. Rptd Wed 11.30am
by Lew Wallace. Dramatised in four parts by Catherine Czerkawska. 2: Son ofArrius. Judah Ben Hur has been falsely accused of attempted murder.
Music by Wilfredo Acosta. Director Glyn Dearman. Repeated Friday at 2.00pm
Judah Ben Hur:
Geoff Mulgan asks if economic growth necessarily leads to greater happiness. Repeated from Thursday
5: China. One of the world's biggest holes is explored by a team who have been invited to China by the locals. Repeated from Tuesday
In the first of two programmes, Gareth Owen sets out on the trail of the old American West. Producer Viv Beeby
Chris Dunkley with the last of the series. Repeated from Friday
On Top of the World. As the storm over high salaries grows ever louder, businesses such as British Gas argue that world-class companies need to offer world-class rewards. Peter Day asks what "world-class" really means. Producer Paul Charles
A futuristic four-part play by John Peacock. The Crystal Wall. Three hundred and twenty years after the Great Rood destroyed Britain, three children from the Seventh
Underground State of St Albans are swept once more to the Overland.
Other parts played by members of the cast Director Celia De Wolff
Safe sex or a dangerous game? Joanna Buchan explores the art of flirtation. Producer Caroline Adam
8.00 Great Pioneers in Education:
Thomas Arnold 8.30 Diamonds, Rust and a Handful of Sand 9.00 Talking about the Enlightenment 9.20
Language in Hard Times 9.40 The Making of Modern Europe
Repeated from yesterday 4.00pm
Alistair Beaton presents the best of Fourth Column. His guests include Andy Kershaw and Dave Barry. Producer Malcolm Love
Jez Nelson hosts a special quiz for Science Week. Repeated from Wednesday
Women from the Isle of Dogs have their say. With Susan Marling. Producer Merilyn Harris
Six programmes in which Simon Rae presents an international anthology of the poetry of the Second World War. 1: Thinking of War. The new war poetry, pacifism, an Ode to the Fuhrer and Spike Milligan 's first poem. Producer Paul Dodgson
Presented by Rodney Foster. Producer Smita Patel
In the first of four programmes,
Ian Bradley explores the power of the idea of sacrifice in Christian thought.
The Pelican and the Com of Wheat
Producer Norman Winter