With the Gloriae Dei Ringers from Orleans, Massachusetts. Repeated at 12.20am
Denis Tuohy explores our understanding of humanity and divinity. Producer Will Cantopher
Lindsay Cannon considers the future for Scotch beef on the island of Bute. Producer Alasdair Cross
Gerry Northam with religious news.
8.00 News 8.10 Sunday Papers
Producer Phil Pegum. PHONE: (0161) [number removed]WRITETO: Sunday, Room 5031. BBC North. PO Box 27, Manchester. E-MAIL: firstname.lastname@example.org
speaks for the Week's Good Cause about a charity which works with and for children in care.
DONATIONS TO: The Who Cares? Trust, [address removed]
CREDIT CARDS: (0181) [number removed].
Repeated from Friday 27 December 9.15pm
What Sweeter Music Can We Bring? A meditation for Christmas from
Lichfield Cathedral, led by the Dean, the Very Rev Dr Tom Wright , with the Lichfield Cathedral Chamber Choir.
What Sweeter Music (Herrick's Carol); Sing We to This Merry Company (Rutter); Benedicamus Domino (Warlock); The Holy Boy (Ireland); Ding
Dong Merrily on High (arrWillcocks).
By Keith Darvill. The story of William Walker , who single-handedly relaid the foundations of Winchester Cathedral. with Kim Wall , Joshua Towb and loan Meredith. Director David Blount Repeat
Six BBC correspondents look back at the history of their adopted cities through the writings of earlier visitors. 3: Sydney. Red Harrison selects letters sent from the city over the past two centuries. Producer Kate Whitehead
This week's castaway is author Martin Amis. For more details, read the radio choice on page 213. Producer Angie Nehring Repeated Friday 3 January 9.05am
With James Cox.
Zimbabwe v England
Commentary on the fourth day of the Second Test from Harare. For details see Boxing Day * ADoroximate times
Carole Baxter , Nigel Colborn and Geoffrey Smith answer questions from gardeners in Edinburgh. With chairman Eric Robson. Producer Trevor Taylor
Lewis Carroll 's adventure, dramatised in two parts by Hattie Naylor.
2: Alice has found her way into the magic garden where more surprises await her.
Details and cast on Sunday 22nd December Repeated Friday 3 January 2.00pm
The very best of the year's broadcasting on BBC radio and television celebrated by Chris Serle in his pick of picks.
Repeated from Friday 27 December 7.20pm
Repeated from Boxing Day 8.00pm
Repeated from Christmas Eve 10.00am
Gareth Owen reads a selection of poems for the New Year. Producer Paul Dodgson
Repeated from Friday 27 December 9.45am
Repeated from Friday 27 December 3.30pm
A gripping new three-part science fiction drama from award-winning writer Joe Turner.
1: The Storm. When Judy is struck by lightning in a mysterious electrical storm, she wakes up in hospital to discover that she has some extraordinary and disturbing powers. with Kulvinder Ghir , Laura Richmond , Gemma Boardman , Rob Rackshaw and Seamus O'Neill Music Paul Cargill. Producer Martin Jameson
Repeated from Christmas Day 10.00am
Sue Phillips looks at the attempts of British horticulturalists to wrestle the plains of India into submission and produce the perfect cottage garden in the face of monsoon rains and plagues of locusts.
Producer Alastair Wilson Repeat
Professor Christopher Andrew continues his look behind the scenes as a variety of historians go about their work. Repeated from yesterday 4.00pm
Dr Colin Morris explores the importance that Nonconformists attatch to preaching. 2: Words
For details see Sunday 22 December Repeat
An appreciation of Terry-Thomas. Presented by Ian Carmichael and written by Michael Pointon. Producer Tim Sturgeon Repeat
Repeated from Christmas Eve 11.30am
Repeated from yesterday 9.30am
Listening along the dial to poems inspired by radio. Why do the airwaves set poets alight? With Brendan Kennelly , Gillian Clarke , Robert Crawford , Kathleen Jamie ,
John Hartley Williams , Ken Smith , Hugo Williams and Alistair Elliot.
Producer Tim Dee Repeat
Mike Ford journeys by stream train to Ephesus in western Turkey, meeting pilgrims from across the world as they travel in the footsteps of St Paul. Producer Norman Winter
By John Mortimer. Reader Timothy West. Repeated from Boxing Day 4.45pm