From St Augustine's, West Monkton.
Writer Lawrence Durrell believed that travel was one of the most rewarding forms of introspection. Peter Hobday considers the rewards and insights a journey can bring.
A Unique Broadcasting production
Quentin Seddon meets some of Suffolk's strangest livestock. Producer Aiasdair Cross
Religious news with Colin Morris.
8.00 News 8.10 Sunday Papers
Producer Phil Pegum. PHONE: (0161) [number removed]. WRITE TO: Sunday, Room 5031, BBC North. PO Box 27, Manchester
speaks for the Week's Good Cause about a charity which offers advice on all matters related to continence.
DONATIONS TO: The Continence Foundation, [address removed] CREDIT CARDS: (0181) [number removed]
By Alistair Cooke. Repeated from Friday
# See This Week: page 12
A six-part pilgrimage in which
Brian Sibley experiences the life of a variety of Christian communities in the UK. 5: Today, he visits New College,
Edinburgh, home of one of Britain's largest theological colleges.
Producer Lindsay Leonard. Rptd Tue 11.00pm
An eight-part series about books.
4: Books Talking. John Walsh looks at the massive increase in the popularity of audio books.
Producer Ned Chaillet. Rptd Tuesday 2.00pm
With opera singer Kyra Vayne.
Producer Olivia Seligman. Rptd Fri 9.05am
With James Cox.
Pippa Greenwood , Anne Swithinbank and Bob Rowerdew answer questions put by members of the Windsor Allotments and Home Gardens
Association. Chairman Eric Robson.
A Taylor Made production. Rptd Wed 11.30am
ByGwyn Thomas , dramatised in three episodes by Alan Plater.
1: Moonlea. 1835. A travelling harpist arrives in the new iron town of Moonlea in search of his friend. with Rhodri Hugh. Helen Gwyn , Hubert Rees , Kieron Self , Anwen Williams and Ric Jerrom Music by Ruth Wall , played by the composer (harp) and Alison Frances (violin). Director Alison Hindell
With Christopher Serle. Repeated from Friday
Peter Kellner chairs a special discussion on the prospects for a permanent peace in Ireland. Repeated from Thursday
Last of the series in which travel writers visit their favourite off-season holiday destinations. Alaska
Travel writer Alistair Scott experiences some northern exposure when he returns to the frozen wastes of Alaska. Repeated from Tuesday
Gareth Owen presents a selection of verse by Henry Wadsworth
Longfellow, read by William Hope. Producer Morag Massey
Last of the series with Chris Dunkley. Repeated from Friday
Peter Day presents the business series. The Price of a Job. Governments spend millions to lure companies to unemployment problem areas.
Businesses take every handout they can get, but is it all worth it? A Cultural Partnerships production Editor Stephen Chilcott
A six-part serial by Shaun Prendergast. 4:Maria's Story. The children's curiosity leads them into danger. with Vincent Marcello , Lorelei King. Heather Jones. Caroline Strong , Jane Whittenshaw and Stephen Critchlow. Director Sally Avens
A six-part series of personal viewpoints.
5: Land of Hope. Novelist Malcolm Bradbury argues that regionality is an illusion.
A Michael Weigall production
Presented by Jo Pinnock. Repeated from Friday
8.00 God's Houses 8.30 The
Improbable Reincarnation of Leonardo da Vinci 9.00 American
Conversations: Gloria Steinem 9.20 The Loss of British Power 9.40
Talking about the Enlightenment
Repeated from yesterday 4.00pm
Presented by Alistair Beaton. Producer Malcolm Love
The problem of congested cities. Repeated from Wednesday
A look at hospitals which opened their doors during National Science Week. Presented by Geoff Watts. Repeated from Tuesday
Will the United Kingdom survive? In the last of the series, David Dimbleby asks the people of Britain what they want for their nation.
Producers Sallie Davies and Anthony Dworkin Rpt
Presented by Norman Smith. Producer David Browne
No Sense of Waste? Shut off from the world outside, sisters at the Carmelite monastery at Quidenham in Norfolk talk to David Self about their life. Producer Norman Winter
A haunting new chiller by Jane Gardam. Read by Jillie Meers. Repeated from Tuesday