from All Saints' Church in Daresbury,
Mark Tully contemplates abstinence in an anthology of music, verse, prose and conversation.
A Unique Broadcasting production
Michael Ableman and Oliver Walston discuss how community farming works in California. Producer Carol Trewin
Religious news with Colin Morris.
8.00 News 8.10 Sunday Papers Producer Phil Pegum
speaks for the Week's 's Good Cause on behalf of a charity which provides medical assistance to people caught up in international disasters.
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All Too Human Women preachers explore the impact of the gospel today. 6: The Gospel and Power, a service for Palm Sunday. From St Peter 's
Chaplaincy, Manchester, with the Rev Hazel Addy. John 8, w 1-11. Led by Alison Peacock. With Wellspring. Musical director Sally Thornton.
Producer Anne Reevell. Rptd Tue 11.00pm
Six European travel writers explore the strange culture of what is to them a very foreign country - Britain. 3: On the Edge - Britain by the Sea. Italian journalist and writer Beppe Severgnini. Producer Kate McAII. See Reading Aloud 7.30pm
with countertenor James Bowman.
Producer Olivia Seligman. Rptd Good Fri 9.05am
with James Cox.
Pippa Greenwood , Anne Swithinbank and Nigel Colborn answer questions at the Wildfowl and Wetlands Trust in Slimbridge, Gloucestershire.
A Taylor Made production. Rptd Wed at 11.30am
by Lew Wallace. The King Comes into His Kingdom. The final episode of Catherine Czerkawska 's dramatisation.
With Neville Jason , Don McCorkindale , Joshua Towb , Derek Waring , Peter Whitman and Peter Yapp. Music by Wilfredo Acosta. Director Glyn Dearman. Rptd Good Friday at 2.00pm
Judah Ben Hur:
In the last of the series, Peter Kellner examines the current tensions within the Conservative Party sparked off by European integration issues. Repeated from Thursday 8.00pm
Bold Street in Liverpool is the bohemian heart of the inner city. Actress Margi Clarke takes a walk down her favourite street.
Repeated from Tuesday 10.00am
Gareth Owen talks to listeners about their requests, which include Louis MacNeice and Sir Stephen Spender. Producer Julian Wilkinson
Misha Glenny travels through Germany in the series on post-Cold War Europe.
Repeated from Friday 9.45am
One into Two Goes Where?What happens when a big company decides to shrink? Two years after ICI split itself in two, Peter Day asks the people who run the "new" companies what has been achieved.
Producer Paul Dwyer
A futuristic four-part play by John Peacock. 3: The Betrayal. With Dexter Fletcher as Danny.
Other parts played by members of the cast Director Celia De Wolff
A series presenting Britain through the eyes of settlers and visitors.
2: Crossing. Writer Jakov Lind finds his need to escape all things German leads him to a bohemian abode in 50s
London. Read by Lee Montague. Producer Mairi Russell
8.00 Great Pioneers in Education:
Emily Davies 8.30 Virtuous Maths:
Hope 9.00 Bullying - No Action Is Not an Option 9.20 Musical Style 9.40
Oral History and Family Relationships
Alistair Beaton with more cuts from the best of Fourth Column. Producer Malcolm Love
A look at the relationship between employment and the environment. Repeated from Wednesday
Dietrich Bonhoeffer , the German theologian whose faith compelled him to join in the plot to assassinate
Hitler, was executed 50 years ago. David Suchet reads from his prison correspondence. With Joanna Myers , Garard Green and Andrew Branch.
Abridged by Rosemary Hartill Producer Amanda Hancox
Simon Rae presents an international anthology of Second World War poetry. 3: Death by Fire. Civilians in the front line.
Producer Paul Dodgson
Presented by Rodney Foster. Producer Smita Patel
Ian Bradley explores the power of the idea of sacrifice in Christian thought. 3: From the Cult to the Cross
Producer Norman Winter