From All Saints', Sproughton, Ipswich.
Mark Tully interviews Elton John and modern theologian Harry Williams and uses words and music to explore the idea of "the wilderness".
A Unique Broadcasting production
Quentin Seddon breakfasts with Lord De Ramsey , chairman of the new
Environment Agency for England and Wales.
Producer Alasdair Cross
Religious news with Trevor Bames.
8.00 News 8.10 Sunday Papers
Producer Rachel Hawkes. PHONE: (0161)
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By Alistair Cooke. Repeated from Friday
Brian Sibley concludes his six-part pilgrimage to experience the life and impact of a variety of Christian communities in the UK. Today, he travels to the NorfolkvillageofWalsingham.
Producer Lindsay Leonard. Rptd Tue 11.00pm
John Walsh presents an eight-part series about books, their writers and readers. 5: The Literature of PsychoanalysisProducer Ned Chaillet. Rptd Tue 2.00pm
With Falklands veteran Simon Weston. Producer Olivia Seligman. Rptd Good Fh 9.05am
With James Cox.
Geoffrey Smith , Anne Swithinbank and Bob Rowerdew answer questions from members of the Hurlingham Club, Fulham, London.
A Taylor Made production
Repeated Wednesday at 11.30am
By Gwyn Thomas , dramatised in three episodes by Alan Plater.
2: Wild Music. The iron furnaces in Moonlea are about to be closed. with Kieron Self , Dillwyn Owen and Ric Jerrom. Music by Ruth Wall , played by the composer (harp) and Alison Frances (violin)
Director Alison Hindell. Rptd Good Fri 2.00pm
With Christopher Serle. Repeated from Friday
As Russia prepares for its presidential election, Ngaire Woods asks where power now lies in Russia. Repeated from Thursday
A four-part cultural and natural history of venomous animals.
Repeated from Tuesday
In the first of two programmes, Diana Rigg discusses her role as editor of an anthology of countryside poetry. Presented by Gareth Owen with Stewart Clapp.
Producer Morag Massey
Allan Little starts a four-part series of talks about southern Africa.
Repeated from Friday
Peter Day presents the business series. Global World. Companies operate in a global world where national boundaries count for little and the competition is more likely to be ten time zones away than in the next town. Producer Colin Wilde
: Raj's Story. The children uncover the cult leaders' evil plans, but can they stop them before it's too late? with Vincent Marcello , Lorelei King , Heather Jones , Jane Whittenshaw and Stephen Critchlow. Director Sally Avens
Last of the series of personal viewpoints. Rpt
Presented by Jo Pinnock. Repeated from Friday
8.00 God's Houses 8.30 Maths
Miscellany: Euclid: "A Clue I'd Made Up ..." 9.00 Learning through Life: the Widden Family Centre 9.20 Acting Cleopatra 9.40 Women's Studies: Beware - Gender at Work
Repeated from yesterday 4.00pm
Alistair Beaton presents excerpts from the best of the last two series. Producer Malcolm Love
Mark Whittaker looks at the precarious rights of indigenous peoples. Repeated from Wednesday
Geoff Watts reports. Repeated from Tuesday
Presented by Anne Gregg.
Repeated from yesterday 9.30am
Presented by Norman Smith. Producer David Browne
On this Palm Sunday, Sister Anna , an Anglican nun and reconciliation worker in Belfast for nearly a quarter of a century, talks with Mike Ford about her pilgrimage on the Peace Line.
Producer Norman Winter
Read by Linda Bassett. Repeated from Wednesday