From St Mary the Virgin, Caterham, Surrey.
Repeated at 12.20am
Denis Tuohy explores the theme of exile with his guest Yogi Mayer , who fled his German homeland in 1939. Producer Beverley McAinsh
Breakfast talk with Quentin Seddon. Producer Jo Toye
Religious news with Trevor Barnes.
8.00 News 8.10 Sunday Papers
Producer Phil Pegum. PHONE: [number removed]
WRITE TO: Sunday, Room 5031, BBC North. PO Box 27, Manchester
speaks forthe Week's Good Cause about an international charity which develops suicide prevention services worldwide.
DONATIONS TO: Befrienders International, [address removed]
CREDIT CARDS: (0181) [number removed]
By Alistair Cooke. Repeated from Friday
From the Salvation Army Citadel, York. Led by Major Victor Kennedy. Preacher Canon John Young. Romans 8, w
31-39: God's love to me is wonderful; Have you ever stopped to think; If you would be strong; Live your life for Jesus; Depth of mercy. Songster leader Robert Huey. Band master Keith Noble.
Producer Lindsay Leonard. Rptd Tue 11.00pm
Six writers make a personal exploration of British culture and landscape.
3: Leading a Double Life. With Egyptian writer AhdafSoueif. Producer Kate McAII
With actor and comedian Hugh Laurie.
Rtd Fri 9.05am
With James Cox.
Pippa Greenwood , Anne Swithinbank and Nigel Colborn answer questions from HM Prison, Leyhill, Gloucestershire. Chairman Eric Robson.
Producer Trevor Taylor. Rptd Wed 11.30am
Susan Ferrier 's comedy, dramatised in three parts by Patricia Hannah.
3: Union. 1815. Lady Juliana's choice of husband for her daughter is based on only one thing: money. with Eliz Langland , Alison Peebles , Crawford Logan , Harley Loudon , Simon Tait , Gregor Powrie , Ali Walton and Raymond Ross
Director Patrick Rayner. Rptd Fri 2.00pm
Aunt Jacky/Mrs Lennox:
A recent history of the Church of England and its relationship with the State, written and presented in three parts by Anthony Howard. 1: Marching as to War Repeated from Thursday
Devonian journalist Andy Hitchcock explores the dark beauty of Dartmoor. Repeated from Tuesday
In a live broadcast from the Birmingham Readers and Writers Festival, Gareth Owen introduces poetry requests read on stage by Stephen Thorne and Carole Boyd. Producer Sara Davies
Bitter Pill. Governments are waging a war on health care costs and the global drug giants are caught up in merger mania. Peter Day examines whether our health will suffer as a result.
Producer Colin Wilde
By Malorie Blackman. Dramatised in four parts by Bryony Lavery.
2: Hunt for Computer. Vicky's break-in has been detected. with Alice Arnold , Toby Longworth and Amelia Bullmore. Producer Martin Jameson First broadcast on Radio 5
Seven writers recall their childhoods.
6: Take Me Back to Blackhill. In Glasgow in the fifties, when her tenement block collapsed, Meg Henderson moved with her family to the notorious district of Blackhill. Read by Dorothy Paul. Producer Pam Wardell
A celebration of the dawn chorus. Repeated from Friday
8.00 Literary Criticism - a User's Guide: F R Leavis 8.30 Maths Miscellany 9.00 American Conversations: David Brower
9.20 Talking about the Enlightenment
9.40 The Changing Face of Psychology: an Interview with Jerome Bruner
Repeated from yesterday 4.00pm
Six programmes in which two close family members give an insight into the relationship that exists between them. 5: Paul Boateng MP and his sister, television producer Rosemary Boateng. Producer John Holmes
The African elephant -endangered in some areas, running rampant in others. Arguments are raging about how to control and yet protect this icon of the conservation movement. Robin Page confronts different ideas. Producer Marie Helly Rpt
Repeated from yesterday 9.30am
Presented by Michael Fairbairn. Producer David Browne
On the Road to Nowhere. Nigel Watts and Olivia Edwards conclude their
300-mile walk to Germany, where they visit spiritual teacher Mother Meera. Producer Amanda Hancox
By Ita Daly. Read by Anna Healy. Repeated from Tuesday