From Tonbndge Parish Church, Kent. Repeated at 12.20am
Mark Tully looks at the origins of chivalry and asks if it is really true that the age of chivalry has gone for good. Producer Beverley McAinsh
Lindsay Cannon shares a Lanarkshire breakfast with farmer Marion Anderson. Producer Gill Powell
Gerry Northam presents religious news.
8.00 News 8.10 Sunday Papers Producer Phil Pegum
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From Mayfield Salisbury Parish
Church in Edinburgh, led by the Rev Sandy Young and associate minister Alison Matheson. Organist and director of music Philip Hacking.
Vincent Hanna reviews the media.
Editor Leslie Robinson. Rptd Tuesday 11.00pm
The seventh of eight programmes goes into the garden and digs over the horticultural themes in the Book of Genesis and modernist poetry. Producer Lisa Osborne
E-MAIL: booksandco@bbc. co.uk Repeated Tuesday 2.00pm
The castaway this week is actor Saeed Jaffrey whose film work includes My Beautiful Laundrette, Gandhi and A Passage to India. Producer Angie Nehring
With James Cox.
Nigel Colborn , Anne Swithinbank and Pippa Greenwood answer questions posed by staff, members and visitors at the Hampshire Wildlife Trust. With chairman Eric Robson. Producer Trevor Taylor
Repeated Wednesday 11.30am
By Hugh Walpole , dramatised in four parts by Eric Pringle.
In 1730, on a wild romantic impulse, Francis Herries moves his family to a tumbledown ancestral house called Herries, ringed by the Cumberland fells.
Director David Blount. Repeated Friday 2.00pm
Set in the Lake District during the 18th century, Hugh Walpole's novel is the first in a sweeping family saga full of romance and drama. At the heart of it is Francis Herries, a man driven by impulses he cannot understand - he despises his wife, disposes of his mistress and yet falls selflessly in love with a young gypsy girl.
With Chris Serle.
Repeated from Friday
Britain, Europe and the World
In the third of the special general election programmes, Peter Kellner chairs a discussion between politicians of the major parties and Dr Ngaire Woods of University College, Oxford, on Britain's role in the world. Repeated from Thursday
The second of four programmes. Delta Blues and Crawfish. Oliver Walston
wanders the back roads of America's Deep South. Repeated from Tuesday
In the second programme exploring the relationships between poetry and song, Gareth Owen looks at lyrics which have made the journey to the printed page.
Producer Sally Marmion
The Big Picture. Peter Day asks if
Lottery money can boost the British film industry.
Producer Josh de la Mare
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A four-part serial by John Peacock. 2: The Overland. Joe, Beth and Wilf find themselves in the Overland, where their quest for survival begins.
with Jane Whittenshaw , David Bannerman and Joshua Towb. Director Celia De Wolff Repeat
In the third of six conversations about the dance world, Lynne Walker talks to Matthew Bourne , artistic director of Adventures in Motion Pictures. Producer Gillian Hush Repeat
Presented by Joanna Pinnock. Repeated from Friday
8.00 Maths Miscellany - a Matter of Gravity 8.30 Masterclass - Cultural Differences in Management 9.00
Luther and Music 9.20 Modern Art:
Semiotics and Visual Art 9.40 The
Tyranny of Beauty
Repeated from yesterday 4.00pm
Gardening magazine. Edi Stark and guests explore the Royal Horticultural Society's Lindley Library. Repeated from Friday
An eight-part environmental series. 4: Patenting Repeated from Wednesday
Professor Anthony Clare hears about a new psychometric instrument capable of identifying young people at risk from substance abuse.
Repeated from Tuesday
Repeated from yesterday 9.30am
The second in a six-part series looking at the lives of British people who have decided to make their homes in South America.
Producer Sara Jane Hall Repeat
Christianity and Depression
Art of Darkness. Trevor Barnes explores the rich vein of writing that has been created out of depression.
By Marika Cobbold , read by Cathy Sara. Amanda's saintly behaviour is a credit to all who know her, but there is an ulterior motive for her virtue.
Repeated from Wednesday