from St Mary's, Eastham, Wirral.
Mark Tully considers acceptance - of ourselves and of others.
A Unique Broadcasting production
In the first of a new series exploring the natural beauty of Britain, Lionel Kelleway looks at the wildlife of our roadsides. Producer Grant Sonnex.
Religious news with Trevor Barnes.
8.00 News 8.10 Sunday Papers Producer Phil Pegum. WRITE TO: Sunday. Room 5038. BBC North. PO Box 27.
Manchester. PHONE: (0161) [number removed]
speaks for the Week's Good Cause about a charity which supports sufferers of meningitis.
DONATIONS TO: National Meningitis Trust. [address removed] CREDIT CARDS: (0181) [number removed]
An act of worship for Aldersgate Sunday from Cyncoed Methodist
Church, Cardiff. Led by the Rev
Tom Davies. 0 for a thousand tongues; My God, I am thine; All ye who seek the Lord; Love Divine; Isaiah 12, w 1-6; Luke 24, w 13-32. Choirmaster John Hoskins. Organist Carol Plumridge.
Media news with Joanna Coles.
Producer Lindsay Leonard. Rptd Tues 11.00pm
Killing Things. Andy Kershaw hosts the off-beat travel programme. A look at the macabre side of the good life, with Katherine Fellowes and the beleaguered, monkeys of Cameroon, Mylner Place among angry Spanish fishermen, and Jane Carr stalked by moose in Alaska. Producer Noah Richler
with Sir Bernard Ingham.
Producer Olivia Seligman. Rptd Friday 9.05am
with James Cox.
Eric Robson and Geoffrey Smith are joined by Sir Terence Conran ,
David Stephens and Ruth Mott in the Imperial War Museum's Victory garden at the Chelsea Flower Show.
ATaylor Made production. Rptd Wed 11.30am
by Wilkie Collins.
December, 1847. In the final episode, Magdalen searches for a letter that might win back her inheritance.
With Christopher Good, Joanna Mackie , David Goudge. Susan Sheridan and John Moffatt Dramatised by Ray Jenkins. Music by Peter Brewis , played by Maurice Cambridge Director Janet Whitaker Rpt
The Inaugural Analysis Lecture Raymond Seitz , former US
Ambassador to Britain, discusses the future of Anglo-American relations. Repeated from Thursday
Chris Stuart retraces the story of Island Farm POW Camp, South Wales. Repeated from Tuesday
Gareth Owen and Patricia Gallimore from The Archers present a selection of their favourite poems, recorded at the BBC Radio 4 Poetry Festival in Bristol. Producer Sally Marmion
Fares Fair, Please. Deregulation of the buses has degenerated into a national carve-up with few towns spared from a slugging match between rival firms. Peter Day finds out who benefits and who should take control.
Producer Colin Wilde
The final part of Rudyard Kipling 's famous adventures of Mowgli. The Spring Running
With Peter Marinker , Shaheen Khan and Freddie Jones. Dramatised by Michelene Wandor. Director Chris Wallis Rpt
Edward Blishen and his guests
Will Hutton and Professor Robert Skidelsky discuss three favourite paperbacks. Repeated from Wednesday
8.00 Artworks Live with David Self 8.30 Elementary Maths: Fire 9.00 Talking about the Enlightenment 9.20 Culture and Belief in Europe: A Life Apart 9.40 Social Sciences: Assignment 103
Repeated from yesterday 4.00pm
BBC Foreign Affairs Editor, John Simpson investigates the lives of people forced into exile during times of political upheaval.
3: Paul and Adelaide Joseph. The struggle against apartheid in South Africa, as experienced by a courageous Indian family. Producer Marc Jobst
In the last of the series, Mark Whittaker looks at the environmental challenges that have arisen following the end of the Cold War. Repeated from Wednesday
In the first of six programmes, anthologist Anne Harvey introduces the 19th-century journals of five young girls, including Emily Pepys and Marjorie Fleming. Read by Juliet Prew , Eve Matheson and Rachel Lewis.
Producer Viv Beeby Rpt
More than any other creature, the cuckoo is the true harbinger of spring. Lionel Kelleway goes in search of this most enigmatic of birds.
In Search of Stillness. Colin Semper continues his spiritual journey. Producer Amanda Hancox