From St Bartholomew's, Rainhill,
Repeated at 12.20am
Peter Hobday examines our understanding of the word "holiness". Producer Will Cantopher
Colcannon and Craic. First of three programmes in which Oliver Walston meets farmers of the Irish Republic. Producer Alasdair Cross
Trevor Barnes with religious news.
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So What is Holiness? Ian MacKenzie searches for an explanation in the parable of the Pharisee and the tax collector (Luke 18, w9-14).
Vincent Hanna reviews the media. Editor Leslie Robinson
Repeated Tuesday 11.00pm
Arthur Smith presents a six-part series on personal travel experiences. 5: Arthur Smith heads for
Marblehead, Massachusetts, where celebrity snooper Loyd Grossman had his first taste of style. Producer Sara Jane Hall
Chef Nico Ladenis talks to Sue Lawley. Producer Angie Nehring Repeated Fnday 9.05am
With James Cox.
Nigel Colborn , Bob Flowerdew and Pippa Greenwood answer questions sent in by post. Chairman Eric Robson. Producer Trevor Taylor
Repeated Wednesday 11.30am
By AJ Cronin , dramatised in four parts by Herbert Williams. With
James Macpherson as Andrew Manson and Kelly Hunter as Christine. 4: Storming the Castle
Andrew is well on the way to being an admirable physician. with Alice Arnold , Julie Meers.
Christine Pritchard. Brinley Jenkins and Mark Bonner Director Jane Morgan
Repeated Friday 2.00pm
With Chris Serle.
Repeated from Friday
Turning the Tables
John Ashworth , former director of the LSE, asks whether we should subsidise university students less and use the savings to improve education for everyone else. Repeated from Thursday
Sheffield comedian and actor Bobby Knutt offers a view of the city's life, post-steel, post-mining. Repeated from Tuesday
Gareth Owen introduces requests from teachers for poems that have had unexpected or inspirational effects on their students. Producer Julian Wilkinson
Chris Dunkley with listeners' comments.
Repeated from Friday
Six families around Britain give their perspectives on the debate about family values. 4: A Parent by Profession A West Midlands couple who have fostered over 100 children talk to
Janet Cohen about the damaged lives they have tried to repair. Producer Sheila Cook
By Joe Turner. Emma lives in total awe of her Mum's new-age mystic powers, but it seems her Mum will only love her if Emma can somehow prove that she too has the psychic gift.
Producer Martin Jameson Repeat
In the last of the series, Sarah Dunant asks writer Will Self and broadcaster Simon Bates to defend their favourite paperbacks.
Repeated from Wednesday
8.00 1989 -the Wall Comes Down
8.30 It Doesn't Stop at Sixteen
9.00 Language and the Novel
9.20 Studying the History of the Family 9.40 Creativity in Management
Presented by Joanna Pinnock. Repeated from Friday
Repeated from yesterday 4.00pm
Five programmes in which Rory MacLean explores wanderlust.
2: Shedding Skins. How easy is it to escape what we really are? Producers John Dryden and Dylan Winter Repeat
Professor John Durant explores four great scientific ideas of our time. 2: Opinion polls. Repeated from Wednesday
Repeated from yesterday 9.30am
Presented by Michael Fairbairn. Producer David Browne
The last of three programmes in which Roy Jenkins visits Brazil to explore the life of its churches.
Footballing to Faith Producer Roy Jenkins
By Stephen Leacock. Repeated from Thursday