From Bridlington Priory, East Yorkshire. Repeated at 12.20am
Mark Tully considers questions of trust and how it is won, lost and regained.
Producer Beverley McAinsh
Rock of Gibraltar. In the second of six programmes, Lionel Kelleway explores the wildlife of Gibraltar and sees the rarest flower in the world. Producer Edward Odin
Ernest Rea presents religious news.
8.00 News 8.10 Sunday Papers Producer Phil Pegum
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St Columba Week
From St Augustine's Church,
Londonderry, conducted by the Rev
Rosemary Logue. Preacher the Rt Rev Dr James Mehaffey , Bishop of Derry and Raphoe. Organist James Parkhill.
The week's events in the media.
Editor Sarah Eldridge. Repeated Tuesday llpm
In the fifth of six programmes, Arthur Smith goes in search of yet another world-famous bar.
Producer Sara Jane Hall
With pianist Joanna MacGregor.
Producer Laura Parfitt. Repeated Friday 9.05am
With James Cox.
Nigel Colborn , Pippa Greenwood and Anne Swithinbank answer some of the questions posed by children and staff from Shakespeare County Infant School, Eastleigh, Hampshire. Producer Trevor Taylor
Repeated Wednesday 11.30am
The final part of Elizabeth Proud's dramatisation. Portsmouth and After
Mr Crawford secures William's promotion and expects more than gratitude from Fanny in return. with Kim Wall , Sunny Ormonde, Terry Molloy Richard Curnow , Katharine Mount, Anne-
Marie Francis , Tim Black , Stephanie Luxton , Zoe Ganjavi and Richard Ganjavi
Musicians Christian McKay , Jill Heartfield ,
Audrey Douglas , Katharine Gittings and David Gregory. Music by Anthea Gomez
Director Sue Wilson. Repeated Friday 2pm
Sir Thomas Bertram:
John Kampfner on the new government. Repeated from Thursday
Six diaries. 2: The Year for Freedom Repeated from Tuesday
Thirty years on from the publication of The Mersey Sound, Adrian Henri opens a month-long celebration of Liverpool's love affair with poetry. Producer Sara Davies
With Martin Bell. 3: News and Money Producer Tony Grant. Repeated from Friday
Caught in the Net. Internet commerce could take over the world. Peter Day asks what is holding it back. Producer Stephen Chilcott
By Susan Cooper , dramatised in four parts by David Calcutt.
4: The Trust ofLogres. Simon, Jane and Barney near the end of their quest.
Music composed and performed by Martin Allcock. Director Nigel Bryant Repeat
Great Uncle Merry:
In the third of six programmes, Rodney Milnes talks to tenor Dennis O'Neill. Producer Gwen Hughes Repeat
8.00 The Art of Biography 8.30 Ahead of Their Time - Kurt Hahn 9.00
Reformers and Secular Authority 9.20 Towards a Postmodern Psychology
9.40 Death and Dying
Presented by Joanna Pinnock. Repeated from Friday
The second of four programmes.
1588: the Spanish Armada sails for England. Professor Christopher Andrew asks what might have happened if foreign troops had landed in Kent. Repeated from yesterday 4pm
Gardening magazine. Repeated from Friday
Barbara Myers meets four scientists who have changed the world. 2: Dr Donald Johanson. Repeated from Wednesday
Repeated from yesterday 9.30am .
Three stories which evoke the character of a place through language and sound, read by their authors. 2: The Music of Living Landscapes Wilson Harris goes on an imaginary journey through the interiors of London and Guyana, combining
Macusi legend with western technology. Producer Frances Byrnes
The first of four special programmes presented by Ian Bradley.
The journey begins on Iona, where, 1,400 years ago, the Irish-born Columba died after founding the first of many monasteries establishing Christianity among the peoples of Scotland.
By Kathy Page , read by Burn Gorman . Repeated from Thursday