From St Mary's, Eastham, Wirral. Repeated at 12.20am
Mark Tully explores the nature of desire. Producer Beverley McAinsh
Quentin Seddon shares breakfast with farming archaeologist Dr Francis Pryor. Producer Alasdair Cross
Religious news with Trevor Barnes.
8.00 News 8.10 Sunday Papers
Producer Rachel Hawkes. PHONE: (0161)
[number removed]. WRITE TO: Sunday, Room 5031, BBC North. PO Box 27, Manchester
speaks for the Week's Good Cause about an organisation which aims to promote an understanding of how to resolve conflicts peacefully.
DONATIONS TO: Mediation UK, [address removed] CREDIT CARDS: (0117) [number removed]
ByAlistairCooke. Repeated from Friday
From St Andrew 's Church, Plymouth. Seventy churches unite as part of Making Waves, a year-long mission to the city. Led by the Rev
Nicholas McKinnel. Preacher the Rev Ian Coffey. I will sing the wondrous story: Great is the Lord; Faithful One: Crown Him with many crowns. Mark 4, w 35-41. Director of music Andrew Maries.
Producer Lindsay Leonard. Rptd Tue 11.00pm
Leslie Forbes travels through the centuries in search of a decent meal.
4: An 18th-century Satirical Society Producer Elizabeth Burke
Professor Anthony Clare invites foreign correspondent Martin Bell to reflect on the psychological impact of constant exposure to bloody conflicts. Producer Michael Ember. Rptd Wed 9.05am
With Sheena MacDonald.
Anne Swithinbank , Bob Flowerdew and Nigel Colborn take questions from visitors to the Chepstow Festival.
Producer Trevor Taylor. Rptd Wed 11.30am
Michelene Wandor 's three-part dramatisation of the book of the film by Jane Campion and Kate Pullinger. 1: Scotland. At the age of 6, Ada McGrath takes a vow of silence. with Eileen Nicholas , Jan Shand and Kim Durham Music by Anthea Gomez. played by the composer and Christian McKay. Director Sue Wilson Rpt
With Christopher Serle. Repeated from Friday
Richard Cockett asks if the state can still make us feel secure. Repeated from Thursday
A six-part series of travellers' tales. 4: Ecuador
Repeated from Tuesday
nGareth Owen presents a special live edition from the BBC Radio 4 poetry festival in Newcastle featuring poetry and music on a North East theme, with readings by Mark Lloyd and Charlie Hardwick. Producer Rob Ketteridge
In the second of a four-part series, Janice Forsyth writes from Glasgow. Repeated from Friday
A series of documentary dramas which reveal the inside stories of four eminent Victorian partnerships.
2: Hand It to Harriet. When still in his
20s, the great social thinker John Stuart Mill was nearing a mental breakdown. Then he met Harriet Taylor ...
Written by Michael Butt. Director Penny Gold
John Stuart Mill:
A sparkling new adaptation of Anne Fine 's popular story. Bullying is a fact of life at Nitshill Road School. The pupils are miserable until the day that the mysterious Celeste arrives. with Vicky Connett , Christopher Duffy ,
Colin Meredith , Diane Whitley , Ravin J Ganatra and Ray Bumside. Dramatised by Janys Chambers Director Martin Jameson
Sarah Dunant discusses favourite paperbacks with guests pianist Stephen Hough and cellist Steven Isserlis. Repeated from Wednesday
Presented by Joanna Pinnock. Repeated from Friday
8.00 Taking Care - Setting the Record Straight 8.30 A Lesson from Europe?
9.00 Women and the Military 9.20 Measure for Measure - Some
Questions 9.40 American
Conversations: Henry Waxman
Repeated from yesterday 4.00pm
Joint Decision. In the last of the series on medical ethics, Dr David Cook considers patients who use cannabis to alleviate their symptoms. Producer Alison Bogle
Thing Final part of an investigation into the enigma of human memory. Repeated from Wednesday
Medical news with Geoff Watts.
Repeated from Tuesday
Repeated from yesterday 9.30 am
Peter Hill reports from Parliament. Producer David Browne
Agreeing to Differ. The last of the series in which a Christian and a humanist explore the fundamental beliefs on which they differ. Producer Norman Winter
By lain Grant. Read by Paul Young. Repeated from Wednesday