From St Martin in the Fields.
Repeated at 12.20am
Mark Tully considers our most enduring conversational staple - the weather. Producer Beverley McAinsh Repeated at 11.15pm
Christof Schwaub offers
Oliver Walston a Bavarian breakfast.
Producer Alasdair Cross
Religious news with Gerry Northam.
8.00 News 8.10 Sunday Papers
Producer Phil Pegum. PHONE: [address removed] WRITE TO: Sunday. Room 5031, BBC North. PO Box 27, Manchester M60 1SJ E-MAIL: email@example.com
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By Alistair Cooke. Repeated from Friday
This edition marks the 25th anniversary of the foundation of the United Reformed Church. From Dulwich
Grove URC in London. Led by the Rev John Key. Preacher the Rev David Jenkins , URC moderator. Ruth 1, W15-22; Romans 12, wl-5, 14-21; John 17, W20-26.
Director of music Gillian Smith. Producer Denis Nowlan
A review of the media.
Editor Sarah Eldridge. Rptd Tuesday llpm
A reading holiday in the Scottish Borders and a celebration of the 200th anniversary of the arrival of the person from Porlock. Producer Lisa Osborne Repeated Tuesday 2pm
Sue Lawley's castaway is musician and television presenter Jools Holland. Repeated Friday 9.05am Producer Angie Nehring
With James Cox.
Bob Flowerdew , Geoffrey Smith and Nigel Colborn answer questions sent in by listeners. With Eric Robson. Producer Trevor Taylor
Repeated Wednesday 11.30am
By Jonathan Holloway , adapted in two parts from the novella by George Eliot. 1: Latimer can not only see into the future, he can also tell what people are thinking. But he fails to benefit from his clairvoyant powers. with Abigail Docherty , Simon Scardifield , Ian Hughes , John Rowe , Rachel Atkins , Hugh Dickson , Tracy Ann Oberman and Christopher Wright. Director Jane Morgan Repeated Friday 2pm
Chris Serle presents extracts from the week's BBC radio and television.
Repeated from Friday
Taking the High Road
John Kampfner looks at what a more moral foreign policy might mean for Britain.
Repeated from Thursday
Dr Charlie Clarke 's three-part account of an expedition to remote Tibet. Part 1.
Repeated from Tuesday
Sarah Maguire presents a selection of listeners' requests on the subject of water.
Producer Felicity Goodall
Gerry Anderson presents four reflections on life seen through the bottom of a glass, darkly. 1: White Mice and Déjà Vu Repeated from Friday
Face the Music
Classical music is under pressure.
With CD sales falling, Peter Day asks whether the industry can hit the right note once again.
Producer Josh de ia Mare
de Ia Mare
By Pete Johnson , dramatised in two parts. The appearance of a strange figure in Daniel and Laura's school leads to the uncovering of the story of a boy who went missing more than 30 years ago. Part 1. with Jenny Lee , Carolyn Jones and James Cohen. Director Sally Avens
Repeated from yesterday 9.30am
Presented by Joanna Pinnock. Producer Sandra Sykes Repeated from Friday
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Repeated from yesterday 4pm
Rory Maclean explores the restlessness felt by us all in different ways. In the second of six programmes, he follows two men on a pilgrimage and trawls the world for hidden wealth.
Producer Mary Price
Susan Blackmore chairs the third of five debates on scientific issues affecting our everyday lives. From Heriot-Watt University, Edinburgh. Revised
Professor Anthony Clare presents the magazine programme investigating matters psychological and psychiatric. A look at cognitive therapy. Repeated from Tuesday
Norman Smith returns with topical stories about the impact of European Union decisions on the way we live. Producer David Browne
By Eilis Ni Dhuibhne , read by Stella McCusker.
Producer Paul Kent