from St Peter 's, Boughton, Monchelsea, Kent.
In an anthology of music, verse, prose and conversation, Mark Tully explores the idea of separation.
A Unique Broadcasting production
Oliver Walston breakfasts with Ireland's agriculture minister, Ivan Yates.
Producer Alasdair Cross
Religious news with Colin Morris.
8.00 News 8.10 Sunday Papers Producer Phil Pegum
speaks for the Week's Good Cause on behalf of a charity which supports families with children under 21 years old who suffer from cancer, leukaemia and Hodgkin's disease. DONATIONS TO: Malcolm Sargent Cancer
Research Fund for Children, [address removed]. CREDIT CARDS: (0181) [number removed]
from Oakshaw Trinity Church, Paisley, led by the Rev Ian Currie. the Rev Chris Levison and the Rev John Smith.
Media news with joanna Coles.
Producer Anne Reevell. Rptd 1ue 11.00pm
As My Body Travels, My Mind Goes Back to Days Past. In the last of the series in which European travel writers embark on explorations of British culture and landscape,
Greece's only travel writer. Katia Antonopolou-Wilson , returns to London after-27 years.
Producer Kate McAII. See Reading Aloud 7.30pm
with record producer Pete Waterman. Producer Olivia Seligman. Rptd Friday 9.05am
with James Cox.
Anne Swithinbank , Bob Flowerdew and Nigel Colborn visit the Friends of Oxford Botanic Gardens.
Chairman Eric Robson.
A Taylor Made production. Rptd Wed 11.30am
by Wilkie Collins. Dramatised in sixepisodes by Ray Jenkins.
3:June, 1847. Magdalen, with the aid of swindler Captain Wragge, is determined to recover her inheritance from her cousin Noel Vanstone.
With Alice Arnold , Susan Sheridan and Joe Dunlop. Music by Peter Brewis played by Maurice Cambridge. Director Janet Whitaker Rpt
Anthony Howard looks at the reputations of politicians whose ideas are at the heart of current thinking. 3: Rab Butler : Artist of the Possible Repeated from Thursday
Following a group of market-goers who are continuing a 700-year-old tradition by visiting the weekly market in the Derbyshire town of Bakewell. Repeated from Tuesday
A selection of readings from the Iliad. Gareth Owen talks to Christopher Logue and Peter Levi about gods, heroes and Homer's original. Read by Elizabeth Bell and John Woodvine.
Producer Mary Ward Lowery
Chris Dunkley airs your comments on BBC programmes and policy. Repeated from Fnday
The Female Shift. By the end of the century, women will outnumber men in the workforce. Liz Barclay clocks on to find out why businesses are employing more women, and asks whether equality has finally been achieved. A Barraclough Carey North production
A five-part dramatisation of Rudyard Kipling's famous adventures of Mowgli. 2: Tiger Tiger
With Barry Woolgar , Peter Marinker and Robert Glenister. Dramatised by Michelene Wandor. Director Chris Wallis Rpt
Seven readings presenting Britain through the eyes of settlers and visitors. 5: The Kingom by the Sea by Paul Theroux. Read by Garrick Hagon. Producer Matthew Walters
8.00 Great Pioneers in Education: Kurt
Hahn 8.30 Virtuous Maths: Chastity
9.00 American Conversations: J K
Galbraith 9.20 Gombrich on Art History
9.40 A Power on the Ground: Adult Education in Ireland
In the second of two documentaries,
John Klier uses material from British sound archives and fresh interviews to consider whether the extermination of Jews and others was predictable.
Producers Louise Greenberg and Roger Philbrick
In the last return visit to Fourth Column, Ian Hislop, Francis Wheen and Victoria Coren join Alistair Beaton to see who foots the bill at Baring's Bank.
Who are the best guardians of the most fundamental of all resources - land?
Repeated from Wednesday
Joanna Buchan hears some strange tales from everyday life. 3: Odd Jobs Producer Angela Hind Rpt
Simon Rae presents the final anthology of Second World War poetry. This Is a Human Being Producer Paul Dodgson
Sean Street presents the second of two programmes marking the poet Henry Vaughan 's tercentenary. Producer Michael Roberts