From St Margaret's, Westminster. Repeated at 12.20am
Mark Tully talks to barrister
Christopher Clarke about issues of crime and appropriate punishment, and good and bad judgement. Producer Beverley McAinsh
A Lockerbie farmer serves up a border breakfast for Lindsay Cannon. Producer Gill Powell
Gerry Northam presents religious news.
8.00 News 8.10 Sunday Papers Producer Phil Pegum
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The Orthodox church celebrates
Easter (Pascha), and Martin Palmer visits the hermitage of Saints Anthony and Cuthbert in Shropshire, where he explores the mystery of Pascha with Brother Aidan , who is developing the surrounding land as a natural icon. Music for Pascha comes from Dnipro, a choir based in Oldham Ukrainian Orthodox
Church. Conductor Stefan Moroz. Producer Clair Jaquiss
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Vincent Hanna reviews the media. Editor Leslie Robinson
Repeated Tuesday 11.00pm
In the last of the series, Richard Coles offers a potted biography of the darling of film-makers,
Joseph Conrad. And listeners bring their second-hand literary treasures into the studio to hear an expert's view on their interest and value. Producer Lisa Osborne
E-MAIL: booksandco@bbc. co.uk Repeated Tuesday 2.00pm
With comedy writer Andy Hamilton. Producer Angie Nehring Repeated Friday 9.05am
With James Cox.
Nigel Colborn , Anne Swithinbank and Pippa Greenwood answer some of the questions sent in by post. With chairman Eric Robson. Producer Trevor Taylor
Repeated Wednesday 11.30am
By Hugh Walpole , dramatised in four parts by Eric Pringle.
2: Forty-Five. Francis encounters
Mirabell again and his fate is sealed. with Shirley Dixon , Robert Harper , Carolyn Jones. Alex Lowe , Gerard McDermott , loan Meredith. Chris Pavlo and Stephen Thorne.
Director David Blount. Repeated Friday 2.00pm
With Chris Searle.
Repeated from Friday
How Britain Is Governed
Peter Kellner asks politicians and Professor Peter Hennessy if it is time for constitutional change. Repeated from Thursday
The third of four programmes.
Pastis on Ice. Oliver Walston visits the last French outpost in North America. Repeated from Tuesday
Gareth Owen introduces a selection of poems celebrating popular music, including Philip Larkin on jazz, Wendy Cope on the Beatles, and Martin Newell on the music scene.
Producer Sally Marmion
The Crash of 97. Tremors hit the stock markets. Peter Day asks whether business needs to bother about them.
Producer Neil Koenig
A four-part serial by John Peacock. 3: The Betrayal. Joe, Beth and Wilf continue their quest to find the Citadel. With Dexter Fletcher as Danny.
Director Ceiia De Wolff Repeat
In the fourth of six programmes, Lynne Walker talks to pianist and conductor Philip Gammon. Producer Gillian Hush Repeat
8.00 Relatively Speaking - E=mc2
8.30 Business School Masterclass-
Managing a Brand 9.00 Art and Illusion 9.20 Market Economies in Russia and China 9.40 American
Conversations: JK Galbraith
Presented by Kelvin Boot. Repeated from Friday
A history series with David Nokes. Repeated from yesterday 4.00pm
Gardening magazine. Repeated from Friday
An eight-part environmental series. 5: ElectionRepeated from Wednesday
Professor Anthony Clare gets into the motorist's mind.
Repeated from Tuesday
Repeated from yesterday 9.30am
The third in a six-part series looking at British people who have made their homes in South America.
Marrying a Pop Star. Clare Hampson meets a woman who fell in love with a Brazilian pop star called Herbert. Producer Sara Jane Hall Repeat
Cast into the Wilderness. Trevor Bames talks to church leaders about the effects of depression's on lives and ministries.
By Elizabeth Buchan , read by Christopher Scott. Repeated from Monday