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Repeated at 12.20am
Peter Hobday explores wisdom. Producer Beverley McAinsh
Oliver Walston has a harvest breakfast. Producer Alasdair Cross
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 E-MAIL: email@example.com
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By Alistair Cooke. Repeated from Friday
From Trinity College, Carmarthen, with the National Youth Choir of Wales.
Preacher the Rev Enid Morgan. Holy, Holy, Holy (Alun Hoddinott ); 0 Sacrum Convivium (Messaien); Ifye love me
(Tallis); All my hope on God is founded (Michael); Praise to the Holiest in the height (Gerontius); Through the love of God our Saviour (Ar hyd y nos); Tydi a Wnacth y wyrth, 0 Grist, Fab Duw
(Pantyfedwen). Director of music Ralph Allwood. Organist Janice Bell.
Repeated Tuesday at 11.00pm
Views of life in each of six European cities through the eyes of a British resident. Presented by David Neil Lodge. 3: Gdansk. Pia Regan discovered Gdansk while still a student. Fifteen years on she teaches management skills.
Producer Vibeke Venema. Postponed from 28 July
The award-winning novelist Nicholas Mosley is interviewed by Professor
Anthony Clare about the psychological Impact on his life of being the son of the fascist leader Sir Oswald Mosley. Producer Michael Ember
Repeated Wednesday at 9.05am
With Sheena MacDonald.
Bob Flowerdew , Nigel Colborn and Anne Swithinbank answer questions posed by gardeners from Gwent. Producer Trevor Taylor
Repeated Wednesday at 11.30am
The third in a dramatised series of all
six of Anthony Trollope 's Barchester books. Adapted by Martyn Wade.
Starring and . In this final episode, Dr Thorne wants to tell Mary she might become an heiress. with Tessa Worsley , Steve Hodson.
Colleen Prendergast , Stephen Critchlow and Jonathan Keeble. DirectorCherry Cookson Repeated Friday at 2.00pm
With Chris Serie.
Repeated from Friday
In the last of the series, Ngaire Woods examines the effects of tourism. Repeated from Thursday
The first of two personal explorations of this ancient and holy city. Repeated from Tuesday
Adrian Henri asks: "Anyone for
Tennyson?" With readings by Garard Green.
Producer Viv Beeby
With Chris Dunkley. Repeated from Friday
In the third of four programmes,
Richard Coles tests his own belief to see if it can face up to the complex wohd of science. He talks to two atheists, the cell biologist Lewis Wolpert and psychologist James Hemming , both of whom have attempted removing religion from their lives.
Producer Roger Childs
A five-part sci-fi comedy by Alan Gilbey and David Richard-Fox .
2: The chase is on as the children catapult further back in time. with Ian Masters. Joshua Towb , Oliver Senton , Derek Waring and Natasha Pyne. Music by Richard Attree. Director Nandita Ghose Repeat
Six presenters introduce an anthology on a theme of their choice.
1: These Extraordinary People. Edward Blishen muses on uncles and aunts. Producer Amanda Mares Repeat
8.00 Mind the Gap! 8.30 Russia:
Friends and Foes of Democracy 9.00
American Conversations: Tom Bradley
9.20 Talking about the Enlightenment
9.40 Learning through Life: The Widden Family Centre
Joanna Pinnock explores a British beach. Repeated from Friday
Repeated from yesterday 4.00pm
Sir Roy Strong visits a secret Victorian garden. Repeated from Friday
Mark Whittaker charts the shift in environmental activism. Repeated from Wednesday
Presented by Geoff Watts. Repeated from Tuesday
Repeated from yesterday 9.30am
Norman Smith presents a series on the real impact of Europe on our lives. Producer David Browne
By Gillian Tindall. Read by Jean Rogers. Repeated from Tuesday