from St Patrick's Cathedral, Dublin.
Mark Tully considers the human animal and asks: who depends on whom? A Unique Broadcasting production
Six explorations of the natural world. 5: Drakensberg - Hidden in Africa. Lionel Kelleway visits the mountains of South Africa's Natal Province. Producer Julian Hector
Religious news with Trevor Barnes.
8.00 News 8.10 Sunday Papers Producer Rachel Hawkes
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speaks for the Week's Good Cause about a charity which supports ex-Fire Service personnel and their families. DONATIONS TO: Fire Services National
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An act of worship from Newtown
Pentecostal Church in Mid Wales. Led by Pastor Alan Hewitt. He has risen; Quiet my mind Lord; Jesus is the Name; By your side, I would stay; Blessed assurance; All I once held dear; Lord I come to You; Proverbs 4, w 1-9; John 1, w 1-18. Director of music Lynette Lovell.
Media news with Joanna Coles.
Producer Lindsay Leonard. Rptd Tue 11.00pm
The series on life in a European city through the eyes of a British resident. 1: Bucharest. Since the execution of Ceaucescu in 1989, many westerners have made their way to Romania. Jason Turner was drawn by the hope of a new life in Bucharest, but five years on he can barely feed his family. David Lodge looks at the trials and tribulations of western nationals in the city. Producer Kevin Dawson
Series producer Sara Jane Hall
with heart surgeon Professor Sir Magdi Yacoub.
Producer Olivia Seligman. Rptd Fri 9.05am
with James Cox.
Pippa Greenwood , Geoffrey Smith and Anne Swithinbank take questions from visitors to the Gardeners' World
Live exhibition at Birmingham's NEC. Chairman Eric Robson.
A Taylor Made production. Rptd Wed 11.30am
by E M Forster , dramatised in four parts by David Wade.
2: Good Men and Violets. Lucy has witnessed a murder.
Director Glyn Dearman. Rptd Fri 2.00pm
Martin Kettle asks why animal welfare is so high on the human agenda. Repeated from Thursday
Leo Baxendale remembers how he dreamt up the first Bash Street storyline. Repeated from Tuesday
Gareth Owen introduces listeners' requests on the theme of railways, read by Howard Goorney , Andrew Sachs and Diana Bishop. Producer Sara Davies
BBC Defence Correspondent Mark Laity looks at how his predecessors in radio reported the Second World War.
Brian Sibley's four-part dramatisation from C S Lewis's The Chronicles of Narnia.
1: Peter, Susan, Edmund and Lucy can't get back to Narnia.
Edward Blishen and his guests Simon Fanshawe and Liz Kershaw pick three favourite paperbacks. Repeated from Wednesday
8.00 Artworks Live with David Self 8.30 Industry, Innovation and the City ,9.00 Marxism and Art 9.20 The Faust Legend
9.40 Social Sciences: Assignment 103
Play safe or play dangerous? Three programmes in which Rupert Creed looks at risk. Truth or Dare. From childhood and adolescence to the thrills of fairgrounds, mountains, skies and caves. Producer Amanda Mares
Presented by Johnny Vaughan. Repeated from Wednesday
Beryl Bainbridge shows what Captain Scott's diaries reveal about him and his fellow travellers on their last tragic journey back from the South Pole. Producer Kate McAII Rpt
3: Clear and Present Danger.
Christopher Andrew reports on the challenge facing today's spymasters - the proliferation of weapons of mass destruction.
Producer Dennis Sewell Rpt
with Michael Fairbairn.
Producer David Wilby
Glimpses of Love. Trevor Bames concludes his look at the life and work of Christian writer Charles Williams.
Producer Amanda Hancox