From All Saints', Maidstone.
On Remembrance Sunday,
Peter Hobday considers how we preserve our memories.
A Unique Broadcasting production
Lionel Kelleway presents the first of a six-part nature series.
Wake Me When It's Spring Again. As Britain prepares for the cold winter months, a look at the creatures that are bedding down for the winter. Producer Mary Colwell
Religious news with Rachel Hawkes.
8.00 News 8.10 Sunday Papers Producer Phil Pegum. WRITE TO: Sunday. Room 5038, BBC North. PO Box 27,
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speaks for the Week's Good Cause about a school for the deaf which develops each child's potential for understanding spoken language.
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Her Majesty the Queen, members of the Royal Family and leaders of government assemble in Whitehall forthe Service of Remembrance, with the massed bands of the Household Division. And a tribute to the work of the British and Commonwealth War Graves Commission.
Commentary by Eric Robson.
11.00 Big Ben followed by The Two Minute Silence Producer David France
Producer Lindsay Leonard. Rptd Tues 11.00pm
With writer Umberto Eco.
Postponed from Sunday 29 October.
Producer Olivia Seligman. Rptd Fri 9.05am
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With James Cox.
Geoffrey Smith , Nigel Colbom and Pippa Greenwood are at the Ash and District
Horticultural and Cottage Gardeners' Society in Kent. Chairman Eric Robson. A Taylor Made production. Rptd Wed 11.30am
Concluding episode of David Calcutt's two-part dramatisation of J. Fenimore Cooper's classic American adventure.
Hawkeye, Captain Heyward and the Mohicans set out in pursuit of Magua.
(Repeated Friday at 2.00pm)
Andrew Dilnot asks whether private top-ups to health and education spending would threaten universal provision. Repeated from Thursday
Helen Fraser visits the round reading room at the heart of the British Library. Repeated from Tuesday
Gareth Owen presents poems on the theme of flight. Producer Viv Beeby
The Small Business Barometer. Peter
Day follows the fortunes of three small businesses.
A CSV London Media production
Louisa May Alcott's classic tale.
4: Secrets. Meg gets to know John. with Kara Zediker , Marcus D'Amico.
Adam Henderson , Julian Rhind-Tutt . Andrew Wincott , Nicholas Murchie and Melinda Walker. Director of music Stuart Hutchinson. Dramatised by Marcy Kahan. Director Marilyn Imrie Rpt
By Mike Walker. The author of Gulliver's Travels is interviewed, in depth, about his public as well as his personal - sometimes very personal - life.
Director Glyn Dearman
6: Robert Elms looks for El Dorado.
Producer Mick Webb. Part of the BBC New World Spanish course. E-MAIL: firstname.lastname@example.org
8.45 The French Experience
Directions. Chantal Cuer traces the steps of Robert Louis Stevenson. Producer Mick Webb Revised
9.15 Short Stories in RoMan
A series of four Italian stories.
2: Luna e GNAC by Italo Calvino. Read by Enrico Verdecchia. Producer Iris Sprankling
9.30 When in Italy
A five-part guide to Italian customs. 1: The Food. With Denise de Rome. Producer Mick Webb Rpt
Repeated from yesterday 4.00pm
Dieter Helm continues his provocative six-part analysis of British economic life. Repeated from Wednesday
Mark Whittaker looks at new ways to meet the environmental agenda. Repeated from Wednesday
In the last of the series, Anthony Clare looks at mental health provision for people with a hearing impairment. Repeated from Tuesday
In the first of six conversations with scientists, Richard Dawkins talks to Barbara Myers about his new job as Professor of the Public Understanding of Science at Oxford University. Producer Anne McNaught
Norman Smith presents a special programme on the growing crisis as parliamentary committees struggle to keep on top of the Brussels bureaucracy.
Producer David Browne
Dr Andrew Bradstock looks at the challenges facing both Protestant and Catholic churches in Nicaragua. Producer Janet McLarty
By Mary Robison , read by Lorelei King. Repeated from Thursday