From Tonbridge Parish Church, Kent.
In the season of Ramadan and the run-up to Lent, Denis Tuohy considers the theme of self-sacrifice.
A Unique Broadcasting production
Richard Parry recounts his bike ride through the farms of Africa's Rift Valley. Producer Alasdair Cross
Religious news with Trevor Bames.
8.00 News 8.10 Sunday Papers Producer Rachel Hawkes
speaks for the Week's Good Cause about a charity which promotes the right of tribal peoples across the world to decide their own future.
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By Alistair Cooke. Repeated from Friday
From the Collegiate College Church of St Mary, Warwick. Sung Eucharist according to the Book of Common Prayer. Celebrant the Rev Mervyn Roberts. Preacher
Canon David Brindley. Setting of the Eucharist:
Ireland in C. Communion motet: Tantum ergo (Deodat de Severac). Romans 13, w 1-7; Matthew 8, w 23-24; Psalms 133 and 134. 0 praise ye the Lord; Hail Thou source of every blessing; Christ is our cornerstone; Glorious things of Thee are spoken. Director of music Mark Shepherd. Organist Kevin Bowyer.
Producer Undsay Leonard. Rptd Tue 11.00pm
Arthur Smith presents a six-part series on personal travel experiences.
2: Imagine the small, school-uniform-clad figure of director Alex Cox , head full of cowboys and film stars, taking a train to the desert landscape of southern Spain.
Producer Sarah Jane Hall
With novelist Julian Barnes.
Producer Olivia Seligman Rptd Fri 9.05am
With James Cox.
Pippa Greenwood , Bob Flowerdew and Geoffrey Smith take questions from the members and friends of the Little
Aston Afternoon Women's Institute in Sutton Coldfield, West Midlands.
ATaylor Made production. Rptd Wed 11.30am
The conclusion of Brian McCabe 's two-part dramatisation of Lewis Grassic
Gibbon's novel about a girl growing to womanhood in Kincardineshire. With
Vicki Masson as Chris Guthrie. with Ann Scott-Jones , Rose McBain. Derek Anders and Isabella Jarrett. Music played by Norman Chalmers (melodeon) and lain Fraser
(fiddle). Director Patrick Rayner. Rptd Fri 2.00pm
Lights the Way for Vietnam and Eclipses the West. The last of the series examining the impact of the rise of Asia. Repeated from Thursday
The meaner streets of Frankfurt. Repeated from Tuesday
Gareth Owen presents a celebration of Scottish poetry old and new from a traditional ceilidh in Ullapool, northwest Scotland. Read by Liz Lochead and Kenneth Bryans. Producer Felicity Goodall
With Chris Dunkley. Repeated from Friday
Sir Charles Powell asks five leading statesmen how governments will define and pursue their national interests.
Lee Kuan Yew, Senior Minister, Singapore, discusses whether the Asia-Pacific will become the new cockpit of international affairs.
The stories of J R R Tolkien, dramatised in six episodes by Brian Sibley ,
5: The Adventures of Tom Bombadil with Ian Hogg and Sorcha Cusack. Director John Taylor. First broadcast on BBC Radio 5
With Edward Blishen and guests. Repeated from Wednesday
Guerrilla. In the last of the series, Robert Elms discusses the language of politics. Producer Mick Webb
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Cinq programmes qui presentent le francais au delÃ de la France.
5: La Belgique. Avec Alan Wilding. Producer Merilyn Harris
9.15 Short Stories in Spanish
The last of four Spanish stories. Non Han Dado la Tierra by Juan Rulfo. Read by Guillermo Leon-Ruiz . Producer Iris Sprankling
9.30 Writer's Weekly
Novelist Louise Doughty concludes her series with a look at writing for laughs. Producer Clare Csonka
Repeated from yesterday 4.00pm
Last in the series of audio diaries.
Repeated from Thursday
Professor John Durant presents the last of the series.
Repeated from Wednesday
Repeated from Tuesday
JOURNEYS INTO SPACE
Repeated from yesterday 4.30pm
Presented by Tim Fenton. Producer David Browne
God, the Self and I. Jane Lapotaire begins a six-part spiritual quest in which she meets people who have influenced her religious thinking. Tonight, she talks to the Rev
Elisabeth Arnold , a childhood friend. Producer Amanda Hancox
By Catherine Linstrum.
Read by Gareth Armstrong. Repeated from Thursday