From St Nicholas, Durweston, Devon. Repeated at 12.20am
Mark Tully looks at the benefits and dangers of a disciplined life. Producer Beverley McAinsh
With Quentin Seddon. Producer Alasdair Cross
Gerry Northam presents religious news.
8.00 News 8.10 Sunday Papers
Producer Phil Pegum. PHONE: (0161) [number removed]E-MAIL: email@example.com
speaks for the Week's Good Cause about hospice care and education in Brasnov, Romania.
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By Alistair Cooke. Repeated from Friday
Martin Palmer visits Knaresborough in North Yorkshire and St Mary's Roman Catholic Parish Church.
Knaresborough Churches Choral Society, director Peter Nelson , organist Alan McCredie and children from St Mary's Primary School. Producer Norman Winter
Vincent Hanna reviews the media. Editor Leslie Robinson
Repeated Tuesday 11.00pm
In the sixth of eight programmes, John Walsh wonders at British reluctance to read contemporary translations, and Alain de Botton explains how Proust can change your life. Producer Lisa Osborne
E-MAIL: booksandco@bbc. co.uk Repeated Tuesday 2.00pm
With guest Kyra Vayne.
Producer Olivia Seligman Repeat
With James Cox.
Bob Flowerdew , Nigel Colborn and Geoffrey Smith answer questions posed by staff and readers of the Worcester Evening News. Chairman Eric Robson. Producer Trevor Taylor
Repeated Wednesday 11.30am
George Mackay Brown 's last novel, dramatised in two parts for radio by Stewart Conn . Thorfinn's loss of Sophie and his father's remarriage echo other changes in the island's life, while Ragnarson, Thorfinn's imaginary future self, creates his own freedom in imagination. with John Yule. John Buick. Eliza Langland, Katherine Connolly , Raymond Short , Simon Scott and Anthony Donaldson. Other parts played by members of the cast. Harpist Charlotte Petersen.
Director Hamish Wilson. Repeated Friday 2pm
In the second of the special general election programmes, Peter Kellner chairs a discussion on the economy. Repeated from Thursday
The first of four programmes. A Sleigh-Ride Together. Oliver Walston travels with the reindeer-herders of Siberia.
Repeated from Tuesday
Gareth Owen explores the relationships between poetry and song, and introduces words by Shakespeare,
Byron, Tennyson and WB Yeats which have been set to music. Producer Sally Marmion
Fired at Fifty. It is something more and more people are experiencing: the career that ends in middle age. Peter Day asks what comes afterwards. Producer Paul Dwyer
Afour-part series by John Peacock. 1: The Crystal Wall. The Great Flood destroyed Britain 320 years ago. Now three children from the Seventh
Underground State of St Albans are swept once more to the Overland.
Director Celia De Wolff Repeat
in the second of six conversations about the dance world, Lynne Walker talks to David Bintley , artistic director of Birmingham Royal Ballet. Producer Gillian Hush Repeat
8.00 Maths Miscellany - Too Much, Toulouse 8.30 Intellectual Capital -
Today's Revolution 9.00 Gombrich on Art History 9.20 Modern Art: the Art Market and the Avant Garde 9.40
Working with Young People
Presented by Joanna Pinnock. Repeated from Friday
Repeated from yesterday 4.00pm
Edi Stark returns with the gardening magazine. Repeated from Friday
An eight-part environmental series. 3: Northern Ireland. Mark Whittaker reports from the province in a special programme looking at environmental issues in Northern Ireland. Repeated from Wednesday
Presented by Geoff Watts. Repeated from Tuesday
Repeated from yesterday 9.30am
Love in a Hot Climate. Clara Hampson presents the first of a six-part series on the lives of British people who have made their homes in South America.
Producer Sara Jane Hall Repeat
Christianity and Depression
The Darkness Deepens. Trevor Barnes examines the nature of depression and how Christians cope with it. Producer Phil Pegum
By Carlo Gebler , read by Sean Baker. Repeated from last Wednesday