From Holy Trinity Church, Skipton, Yorkshire.
Repeated at 12.20am
Mark Tully talks to Professor Richard Dawkins about his views on evolution. Producer Beverley McAinsh Repeated at 11.15pm
Oliver Walston uncovers the agricultural history of Ulster. Producer Alasdair Cross
Gerry Northam presents religious news.
8.00 News 8.10 Sunday Papers
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speaks for the Week's Good Cause about a charity which fights for racial equality and social justice.
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From the Frinton Free Church, Essex, led by the Rev David Hibbin , with the Rev David Beer. Isaiah 40, w21-31, Romans 8, wl8-27; Give to Our God Immortal Praise: Great Is Thy
Faithfulness: As the Deer Pants for the Water; Give Thanks; God Is Our Strength and Refuge. Director of music the Rev Derek Moon.
Sheena McDonald examines the arguments for and against a Freedom of Information Act.
Editor Sarah Eldridge. Repeated Tuesday llpm
Six international writers explore aspects of Britain.
4: In Praise of Sinistrality. Ghanaian writer Ama Ata Aidoo examines British attitudes to left-handedness. Producer Kate McAII
In the last of the series, Professor Anthony Clare interviews Brian Masters about the origins of his preoccupation with good and evil. Producer Michael Ember
Repeated Wednesday 9.05am
With James Cox.
Nigel Colborn , Bob Flowerdew and Pippa Greenwood answer questions posed by Devonian gardeners. Producer Trevor Taylor
Repeated Wednesday 11.30am
Nathaniel Hawthorne 's powerful story set in 17th-century Boston, dramatised in two parts by Greg Snow.
Hester Prynne stands on the scaffold awaiting her execution. Her sin is adultery, but who should take the place by her side? with Nigel Anthony , Michael Maloney , John Webb. Aubrey Woods , Siriol Jenkins. Melinda Walker, Federay Holmes , Eric Allan , John Church. David Holt and Julian Rhind-Tutt . Director Tracey Neale Repeat
Reverend John Wilson:
Goodwife Spivey/Widow Whitehead:
Brackett, the Jailor:
Politics. The second of two programmes, presented by political economist Rathin Roy. The nineties have seen the demise of India's Gandhi dynasty and the Congress party. The country is now run by broad coalitions and regional parties. But extremism and corruption are hindering progress. Producer Rosie Goldsmith
The Grand Canyon. Roger McGough and Pete McCarthy drive 300 miles across Arizona's desert, and come face-to-face with rattlesnakes. Producer Sara Jane Hall Repeat
In the second of two programmes,
Sarah Maguire explores Cornish poetry, and DM Thomas reads his own work. Producer Rob Ketteridge
The last in the four-part series on modern Russia. 4: Eternal Russia
Repeated from Friday 9.45am
BBC foreign affairs editor John Simpson presents a four-part series in which people recount an event which forced them into exile. 2: Wole Soyinka. The Nigerian Nobel Prize winner describes the dangerous mission he undertook to stop the Biafran War, and the violent clashes following elections that led to his conviction for high treason. Producer Marc Jobst
The final part of Jenny McDade 's drama. 4: The Two Ronnies. A wedding in the Cunliffe family clashes with Veronica's chance to be a footballing superstar. with Paul Barber , Elaine Pyke ,
Alexandra Spencer-Jones , Joanna Monro , Shirley Dixon , Steven Webb and Mark Bonnar Director Sally Avens Repeat
Repeated from yesterday 9.30am
8.00 New Curiosity Shop - the Table
8.30 Women in Gear - It's History
9.00 The Rational Amusement 9.20
Re-viewing the Family 9.40 The Jewish Enigma: Exodus
John Diamond reaps Fourth Column's collected wit on the subject of death. Producer Brian King
Jeremy Cherfas presents the series on the environment. 4: Environmental ProtestRepeated from Wednesday
Geoff Watts investigates robots in the operating theatre.
Repeated from Tuesday
Another chance to hear Patrick Hannan chair the political quiz with team captains Michael White and Austin Mitchell MP and guests Baroness
Castle of Blackburn and Steven Norris.
Written by Michael Dines
Producer Ann Jobson Repeat
By SH Vatsayan (Ajneya), read by Saeed Jaffrey.
Producer Kristine Landon-Smith