. From Wellington Parish Church, Glasgow, led by I the Rev Johnston McKay , with the choir of St
! Mary's Episcopal Cathedral, Glasgow. 0 Send
Thy Light Forth (Martyrs); The Saviour Died but Rose Again (St Andrew); Acts 9 wl-9. Musical director Fridrik Walker. Organist Stephen Jones.
By Paco Underhill , who studies the business of shopping, the behaviour of shoppers and how a shop's layout can turn browsers into buyers. He advises retailers all over the world on how best to sell people things that they did not even know they wanted. Read in five parts by Barbara Flynn. 1: The Science of Shopping Abridged and produced by Jane Marshall
Martha Kearneywith interviews and discussions from a woman's point of view. Drama: Private
Papers by Margaret Forster , dramatised by Juliet Ace. Parti of 10. Editor Ruth Gardiner. E-MAIL: firstname.lastname@example.org Drama repeated at 7.45pm
Archaeologist Julian Richards presents the programme that shows you howto discover your town's past through the streets and buildings of today. 3: Lincoln. An exploration of Lincoln's early i origins as a retirement home for Roman soldiers and of how the Romans managed to get a water
' supply flowing uphill.
Producer John Byrne. WEBSITE: www.bbc.co.uk/history
Lionel Kelleway presents the wildlife quiz which aims to find Britain's top naturalist. Today's second semi-final comes from the headquarters ofthe Royal Society forthe Protection of Birds at Sandy in Bedfordshire. Producer Brett Westwood
Six murder mysteries set in Dublin.
By Barry Devlin.
Paolo and Tina investigate the mysterious circumstances surrounding the death of a nurse at an old people's home and uncover an unlikely case of voyeurism.
The return of the Sony Award-winning series of diaries by young people, in five programmes.
1: Young, black, female, Christian and disabled - Tinu Adeniji Adele is testing the world, herfriends and herself in her search for answers.
Producer Mark Burman
Nicholas Parsons is joined at the Radio Theatre, London, by Peter Jones , Paul Merton , Maria MacErlane and Stephen Fry for radio's most devious panel game.
Producer Chris Neill. Repeated Sunday 12 noon
Gerry Northam presents two programmes which follow the progress of would-be chief constables through a six-month course for high-flyers at Bramshill Police College. 1: The candidates compete for selection and tackle the controversial issue of race equality. Producer Liz Carney
Before It's Too Late. Global warming has been identified by the United Nations as the biggest threat to the future of our planet. Alex Kirby explores the scientific evidence and talks to people in less developed countries who fear catastrophic consequences if the major industrial nations fail to curb their greenhouse gas emissions. Producer Brian King
Five stories about St Petersburg from award-winning German writer Ingo Schulze , read by Ian McDiarmid. 1: "Inside a clear box and bedded in soft pink cotton lay a tiny dark bottle." Producer Gaynor Macfarlane
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