With the Rev Ernest Rea. How Glorious Is the Kingdom (Willan); Christ Is the King! 0 Friends Rejoice (Vulpius); Colossians 1, wl3-20; How Lovely Are Your Dwellings (Rawsthorne); How
Great Thou Art (How Great Thou Art). Director of music Gordon Stewart.
Ex-SAS member turned novelist Andy McNab chooses his favourite literary and poetic pieces. After surviving horrific experiences during the Gulf War, he wrote his memoir Bravo Two Zero.
His choices reflect a lingering taste for adventure as well as humour in the face of adversity. Producer Nicky Barranger. Repeated Sunday 12.15am
By Stephen Wyatt. How far did a passionate quarrel with Horace Walpole , son of the famous prime minister, influence Thomas Gray 's much-loved poem, Elegy Written in a Country
Churchyard, first published nearly 250 years ago? The argument occurred on a grand
European tourthe two were taking- but what was the quarrel really about and did the relationship with Walpole deeply affect Gray's thinking?
Director Martin Jenkins
Henry, Earl of Lincoln:
Michael Aspel speaks on behalf of a charity which provides education, care and independence training foryoung people with severe physical disabilities.
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4: The No 12 Bus by Jenny McLeod , read by Rudolph Walker. Edgar and his wife met on a bridge in Jamaica, so they both believe that his new job in England, which involves crossing
Westminster Bridge several times a day on the No 12 bus, will bring them luck. For details see Monday
As Hippocrates, the famous Greek physician of the 5th century BC, once said, "Let food be your medicine and medicine be your food." This advice seems particularly apt today in light of the barrage of scientific reports that say certain foods, consumed regularly, can promote health and even prevent chronic diseases. Quentin Cooper talks to Dr Gary Williamson from the Institute of Food Research - he and his team have created a "super broccoli" with higher levels of anti-carcinogen components-about the phytochemicals in our diet and the mechanisms by which they fight illnesses such as cancer and heart disease. Producer John Watkins. E-MAIL: email@example.com
A comedy by David and Carolyn Stafford.
2: It is presidential election time and Klepke stands against Boris the Warlord.
Music David Stafford. Producer Dirk Maggs
Chris Bowlby concludes a history series investigating how some of the most controversial policies, fashions and fads became the orthodoxies of theirtime.
Asbestos, How a fashionable, heavily marketed building material turned out to be a killer. Producer Smita Patel
Crisis Currency. The strength of the pound has been battering manufacturing industry in Britain for at least five years. Peter Day asks if there may be a silver lining to all the gloom.
Producer Sue Davies. Repeated Sunday 9.30pm
From outer space to the inner workings of the atom, Geoff Watts presents the latest in scientific endeavour. This week he examines what happens when scientists and politicians clash over one of the world's most urgent and controversial health problems - Aids. In a report from South Africa, he explores what is generally seen as a ridiculous conspiracy theory, claiming Aids is nothing to do with the HIV virus. The antivirus campaigners now have a powerful ally in South African president Thabo Mbeki , however. Producer Jim Clarke. E-MAIL: firstname.lastname@example.org
A comedy serial by Simon Warne.
3: Kate's cottage is now in ruins thanks to an over-enthusiastic builder. And is that really Michael Caine in the local Croydon nick?
Director Tracey Neale
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