From St Helen's Parish Church,
Sefton, Liverpool. Repeated at 12.20am
Eileen Campbell looks at the different ways in which man has perceived and striven for Utopia.
Producer Tamsin Collison Repeated at 11.15pm
Quentin Seddon visits Hampshire's vast Lockford Estate. Producer Alasdair Cross
Gerry Northam presents religious news.
8.00 News 8.10 Sunday Papers
Producer Phil Pegum. PHONE: (0161) [number removed]. WRITE TO: Sunday. Room 5031. BBC North. PO Box 27, Manchester M60 1SJ E-MAIL: email@example.com
is about a charity which runs a network of support groups for children and adults with specific learning difficulties and problems with coordination.
DONATIONS TO: Dyspraxia Foundation. [address removed] CREDIT CARDS: (0181) [number removed]
By Alistair Cooke. Repeated from Friday
On the Way. In the last of three programmes, Richard Holloway takes John Fitzsimmons and Gilleasbuig MacMillan from the Vale of Leven to
Gresham College, London.
A review of the media. Editor Sarah Eldridge
Repeated Tuesday llpm
Literary magazine with John Walsh. Producer Lisa Osborne
Repeated Tuesday 2pm
Sue Lawley's castaway is racing commentator and journalist Peter O'Sullevan.
Repeated Friday 9.05am Producer Angie Nehring
With James Cox.
Bob Flowerdew , Pippa Greenwood and Geoffrey Smith answer questions in the Loire Valley in France. With Eric Robson. Producer Trevor Taylor
Repeated Wednesday 11.30am
R.D. Blackmore's romantic novel, adapted in three parts by Barry Letts.
Lorna is taken to London, and John thinks he has lost her for ever, until fate brings them together.
But Carver Doone, John's enemy, has murderous plans.
With Cornelius Garrett, Kim Durham, Katherine Mount, Susan Jeffrey. Graham Padden, David Perks, Jonathan Wyatt and Graham Colclough.
Repeated Friday 2pm
Young John Ridd:
Judge Jeffries/King James:
Other parts by:
Chris Serle presents his selection of extracts from BBC radio and television over the past seven days. Repeated from Friday
Christopher Harvie presents the second in a two-part investigation into the changing relationship between scientists and politicians since the Second World War.
Repeated from Thursday
The last of six travellers' tales. On a tour of Vietnam, Jon Hassid finds the country's embrace of capitalism breathtaking. Repeated from Tuesday
Ian McMillan presents a selection of autumnal poetry from Gloucestershire poets. Producer Viv Beeby
Chris Dunkley airs listeners' opinions. Producer Anne Marie Cole Repeated from Friday
It will soon be commonplace to find women filling the top posts in large companies. Peter Day wonders how different a female company will be. Producer Rosamund Jones
Final part of Philippa Pearce 's story, dramatised in four parts by Judy Allen. Tom makes a remarkable discovery in the tower of Ely Cathedral. with Deborah Berlin. Tim Godwin , David Holt , Simon J Williamson , George Miller and Judy Parkin. Music by Elizabeth Parker Director John Taylor
Repeated from yesterday 9.30am
With Joanna Pinnock. Repeated from Friday
8.00 Reflecting on the Invisible
8.30 Women in Gear - Women in the White Heat 9.00 Arts Foundation
Course - Revision 9.20 Climate
Change Update 9.40 Talking about the Enlightenment
Repeated from yesterday 4pm
Rory Maclean presents the first of six programmes which explore the incurable restlessness felt by us all in various different ways. This week, Irish travellers reveal what keeps them on the road, and Christopher Russell reports from a Greek island. Plus music from cyberspace. Producer Mary Price
Sue Blackmore chairs the second of five debates on scientific issues affecting our everyday lives. Producer Phil Critchlow
Richard Vaughan travels through Namibia in the footsteps of travel writer Negley Farson.
Producer David Prest Repeat
By Kate Roberts , translated by Wyn Griffith. Eight-year-olds Begw and Mair are off on an adventure - a picnic tea on the mountainside by themselves. Then local wild child Winni decides to tag along. Read by Caryl Parry Jones. Repeated from Tuesday