From the parish church of St Leonard, Bledington.
Denis Tuohy examines self-awareness. A Unique Broadcasting production
Sheila and Guy Woodall 's breakfast table is surrounded by the pungent aroma of elderflower.
Producer Alasdair Cross
Religious news with Trevor Barnes.
8.00 News 8.10 Sunday Papers
Producer Rachel Hawkes. 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 committed to preserving the ideas of Anne Frank. DONATIONS TO: Anne Frank Educational
Trust UK, [address removed] CREDIT CARDS: (0181) [number removed]
The Landsker group of United
Reformed Churches in Pembrokeshire unite for worship at Celtic Corner in the village of Nolton. Preacher the Rev Dr David Owen. Thanks be to God, whose church on earth; Take up your cross, the Saviour said; Jesus calls us!; O'er the tumult; Jesus, Master, whom we follow; Bless our labours, Lord Jesus; Let us praise God today; Christ be with you, Christ within you; Matthew 4, w
18-20; Mark 3, w 13-14; Colossians 3, w 12-17. Director of music Edmund Walters. Organist Anne Evans.
Producer Lindsay Leonard. Rptd Tue 11.00pm
John Walsh , Literary Editor of the Independent, presents a series on books, theirwriters and readers.
2: Begin at the Beginning. Children's storytelling has become a global industry where books sell upwards of 30 million copies.
Producer Ned Chaillet. Rptd Tue 2.00pm
John Updike chooses eight records to take to his mythical island exile.
Producer Olivia Seligman. Rptd Fri 9.05am
With James Cox.
Pippa Greenwood , Anne Swithinbank and Nigel Colborn answer questions from officers at New Scotland Yard.
A Taylor Made production. Rptd Wed 11.30am
Emily Bronte 's tale of obsessive love is dramatised in five parts by Bryony Lavery. 2: Heathcliff is already plotting his revenge on Hindley. with Jonathan Keeble , Jilly Bond , Steve Hodson. Becky Hindley , John Hartley and Tessa Worsley Music Ilona Sekacz , played by Roger Garland , Bob Smissen , Jonathan Williams and Andy Vinter. Director Janet Whitaker. Rptd Fri 2.00pm
Jane Glover visits six of the world's great opera houses.
5: The Staatsoper, Vienna Producer Gillian Hush
Siobhan Synnot gets a taste of the tourist trail in Scotland.
Repeated from Tuesday
Performance poet Attila the Stockbroker performs the work of his unlikely alter-ego, Hilaire Belloc , at the Edinburgh Festival. Producer Julian Wilkinson
Mickey's Network. Disney's$19 billion takeover of the American TV network ABC makes it the largest entertainment company in the world. Presented by Peter Day. Editor Stephen Chilcott
The first of Susan Cooper 's classic sequence of novels, collectively entitled The Dark Is Rising.
The Trust ofLogres. In the final episode, Simon, Jane and Barney are nearing the end of their quest. with Gerry Hinks , David Stevens and Duncan Law . Music by Martin Allcock. Dramatised by David Calcutt. Director Nigel Bryant
Great Uncle Merry:
Six readings, including autobiography, travelogue and reportage.
3: Man-Eaters ofKumaon by Jim Corbett. A hunter stalks a tiger which terrorised northern India during the 1930s. Read by Cyril Shaps , abridged by Katharine Nicholas.
An Adrian Mourby production
8.00 The New Curiosity Shop:
Hyphastos' Foot 8.30 Border Crossing: From Russia with....? 9.00 Modern
Art: Paolozzi and Atkinson Interviewed
9.20 Popular Theatre in 16th-century London 9.40 Social Science: The
Changing Nature of Feminism
Repeated from yesterday 4.00pm
Bill Torrance and Edi Stark take a reflective look at gardens. Repeated from Friday
A four-part series in which Carmen Pryce investigates the inner world of the young child.
1: An Emotional Symphony Repeated from Wednesday
Six discussions on travel themes.
3: How to Sell a Country. Mark Lawson is joined by Alan Whicker and a group of advertisers and holiday pros to determine how to promote a country. Producer Martin Buckley
Nigel Cassidy chairs the business quiz with panellists Peter Day , Howard Hodgson , Alastair Ross Goobey and Janette Rutterford.
Producer Neil Koenig Rpt
In the last of his series, David Craig examines how the Qur'an is understood by both Muslims and non-Muslims. Reader Peter Yapp. First broadcast on the World Service