New Testament Turkey Pilgrimage.
From the ruins at Laodicea. Presented by Father Oliver McTernan. Lord of All Power I Give You My Will; Revelation 3, W14-22; View Me Lord; Enthrone Thy God Within Thy Heart. Director of music Gordon Stewart.
Fighting Fit. A Bank Holiday special on women's health, held at the Royal College of Nursing. Postcards: Gone Fishingby Nick Darke. Part 1 of 5. Managing editor Nadine Grieve
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Four programmes in which Daire Brehan meets people whose lives have been changed for good or ill by a will. In this second programme, she finds out why human beings so often lose out to animals in wills. Producer Bruce Whitney Low
A five-part series of the comedy set in unspectacular law chambers.
3: The Phantom Barrister. Fuller-Carp sets about recruiting new blood.
Starring John Bird , James Fleet and Sarah Lancashire.
With Jonathan Kydd. Robert Bathurst. Sue Johnston and Chris Pavlo. Written by Clive Coleman. Producer Paul Schlesinger
By Rumer Godden , dramatised for radio by Dawn Lowe Watson. Left to fend for themselves during a long, hot summer in France, the Grey children are caught up in an adult world of duplicity and lies that finally leads to tragedy. with Luke Newbury, Miichael Maloney , Claire Marchionne , Rachel Atkins , Theo Fraser
Steele and Sean Baker Director Sally Avens
The King's Theatre in Southsea plays host to the antidote to panel games. With Barry Cryer , Graeme Garden , Tim Brooke-Taylor , Sandi Toksvig , Humphrey Lyttleton and Colin Sell. Producer Jon Naismith
Repeated Sunday 12.30pm
By Nick Darke. Before he goes away to college, will young Paul stay and work for his mother in the Porthant Bay Cafe or on his father's fishing boat? Parti of 5. with Mike Shepherd. Bec Applebee, Rachel Atkins , Sue Hill , Sean Baker , James Taylor , Iwan Thomas and Jenny Lee. Producer David Hunter. Repeated from 10.45am
2 + 2 = 5. Numbers are the language of politics. We are bombarded by them and depend on them, in public policy and in life. But what do they really tell us? Andrew Dilnot examines their power, mystique and misuse. Producer Michael Blastland Repeated Sunday 9.30pm
+ Face behind the Voice: page 139
The Baby Alarm. Cathy Tyson stars as Cath in another of Martin Jameson 's darkly satirical dramas. The baby-monitor is designed to reassure today's parents. But what if you hear a baby in distress who is not your own? with Melissa Sinden , Seamus O'Neill ,
Terence Mann , Sara Poyzer and Andrew Pope Music composed by Paul Cargill Director Martin Jameson
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