With Norman Winter. I Sought the Lord; How Sweet the Name of Jesus Sounds (St Peter);
Matthew 26, w6-13; Let Your Behaviour Change (Walker); Amazing Grace (Amazing Grace). Director of music Christopher Walker.
Jenni Murray hosts lively and topical interviews and debates from a woman's point of view.
Drama: Chapters and Verses: Treasure of the British Library - the Marie Stopes Storytold by Maggie Allen. Part 8. Drama repeated at 7.45pm
Michael Robinson follows the progress of four new businesses over the course of a year.
3: The Comic. Enid Blyton 's daughter, Gillian Baverstock , is backing a new venture - children's comic called BlueMoon. It is the brainchild of editor Tim Quinn. On a tight budget, they have printed 100,000 copies of the first issue - but will it sell? Producer Sally Ratman
Stephen Fry and John Bird star as spin doctors Charles Prentiss and Martin McCabe in Mark Tavener 's comedy series. This week they attempt the impossible -the relaunch of The Sun newspaper as the beacon of the pro-Euro movement while retaining the paper's traditional readership. With Siobhan Hayes , Tony Gardner , Roger Blake and Neil McCaul. Producer Paul Schlesinger
Martin Young presents the quiz which looks at the noteworthy and the notorious from history. Team captains Fred Housego and Francis Wheen are joined by guests Amanda Foreman and Maria McErlane. Producer Liz Anstee
The second of two plays by Tony Ramsay is set 100 years ago on the Norfolk marshes and tells the story behind a murder.
The Rev Marchant arrives on the north Norfolk coast seeking a bluethroat for his collection, at any cost. He offers to pay and orders the local people out onto the marshes to kill every bird in sight in the hope that one will be a white-spotted bluethroat.
Director Janet Whitaker
Laurie Taylor discusses the West's rising fear of Islam with Professor Jorgen Nielsen - director of the Centre for the Study of Islam and Christian-Muslim Relations - and Robert Fisk of the Independent. They examine the causes of western fears and their effect on both cultures.
Producer Chris Berthoud. E-MAIL: email@example.com
A look behind the scenes at those who offer care and cure. This week Niall Dickson meets the plastic surgeons who not only make our dreams come true but who are able to help rebuild lives and faces aftertragic accidents.
Producer Geraldine Fitzgerald. E-MAIL: firstname.lastname@example.org(R)
John Waite and Rory Bremner present a spoof compilation of outtakes from pilot shows never intended for broadcast. Including Robin Day's Funny Phone-Calls, Murray Walker 's
Badgerwatch and Prince Philip's appearance on Desert Island Discs. Producer Robert Katz (R)
Diana Madill presents debates about important issues of the day.
2: More Prosperity in the South East Means More Housing. Proposals for housing in the South East could see development on the scale of six towns the size of Southampton in the next 16 years.
Should growth be allowed to continue unchecked in the region? Residents, house builders, planners and residents from Ashford in Kent thrash it out.
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Producer Anna Parkinson. Repeated Saturday 10.15pm
Four philosophical adventures in the anthropology of everyday life by Steven Connor. 1: Bags. If you were to arrive on this earth from another planet, what would be the thing that would strike you most about humans? Our need for bags, perhaps? Repeated from Sunday 5.40pm
In three programmes Paul Davies reveals the remarkable theories and discoveries that will ultimately transform our understanding of the origin of life.
2: The problem of how something as complicated as a living cell ever came into existence from a soup of lifeless chemicals leads Davies on a quest to unpick the fundamental question of biogenesis. Music Geoff Proudley. Producer Louise Dalziel
A comedy sketch show, featuring the cream of Ireland's new comedians, that promises no nuns, no priests, no diddly-eye music, no potatoes and no cabbage, but a lot of laughs instead. Starring Jason Byrne , Colin Murphy , Kevin Gildea , Paul Tylack , Patrick McDonnel , Mark Docherty and Pom Boyd. Producers Bill Dare and Steven Lock
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