With Dr David Cook. Crown Him with Many Thorns (Diademata); Acts 2, w22-23, w32-36; The
Easter Song of Praise (Shephard); Christ Is Alive! Let the Christians Sing (Truro). Director of music Gordon Stewart.
Six people who have usedtheirtalentsto rejuvenate their local communities tell their stories. 2: Harbour Place. In Grimbsy, Dilly Barlow visits a day centre for the homeless set up four years ago by Sister Hilda Baxter. In spite of limited funds and an uncertain future, there are now over 40 people who use it on a regular basis to receive food, clothes and emotional support. The centre provides a calm environment where people can tryto improve their situation and is used by men and women of different ages and from a variety of backgrounds. Producer sue Mitchell
A new six-part comedy by Scott Cherry set in the cut-throat world of barbershop.
1: The Glee Boys, now national champions, must decide whether or not to continue the struggle to keep in close harmony. Director Clive Brill
James Walton presides overthe last in the present series of the literary quiz, with Evelyn Waugh as author of the week. Louise Doughty and Imogen Stubbs field the questions alongside regulars Sebastian Faulks and John Walsh. Reader Beth Chalmers. Producer Dawn Ellis
The Brighton Mystery. Based on the stories of Baroness Orczy , dramatised by Michael Butt. An American heiress begins to get blackmail letters from the husband she thought was dead.
Director John Taylor
Man in corner:
Laurie Taylor talks to sociologist Lynne Jamieson who explores what it means to be a single person in the 21st century. The early twenties is now an age group in which not being married is statistically normal. Has being permanently single lost its stigma and has it become a lifestyle choice which many of us are increasingly embracing?
Producer Tony Phillips. E-MAIL: firstname.lastname@example.org
By Jim Eldridge. 5: Hostage to Fortune. Terry loses confidence and Sandra knows that he needs her, as they both face danger and confront someone else's unhappiness.
Music played by Jacqueline Dankworth and Harvey Brough Director Marilyn Imrie (R)
Francine Stock reports on Hollywood's long fascination with alcoholism, which continues this week with the release of 28 Days, starring
Sandra Bullock as a writer who checks in to a rehabilitation unit. Producer EkeneAkalawu
Michael Buerk chairs an investigation of the moral questions behind the week's news.
Witnesses face cross-examination from David Cook , Janet Daley , Ian Hargreaves and Frances Fyfield. Producer David Coomes. Repeated Saturday 10.15pm
Four polemical columnists reassess their views. 2: Will Hutton looks back at a column he wrote in 1996 in which he asserted that the extreme poverty he saw in Chicago would challenge American conservatism and undermine the American dream. Producer Lucy Willmore. Repeated from Sunday 10.45pm
The continuing confusion over whether mobile phones are linked to ill health and news that a nuclear facility doctored its safety records, illustrates the apprehension we have about radiation. But recent studies have reported that exposure to low levels are actually beneficial and not associated with increased riskto cancer.
Peter Evans investigates the arguments for and against. Producer Paul Arnold. E-MAIL: email@example.com
Roger McGough concludes a series looking at life, love, happiness, heroes, villains and embarrassing relations. McGough reads a selection of work from his new book The Way Things Are, accompanied by musician Andy Roberts. Producer Sara Davies
Last in a comedy series written and performed by Paul Barnhill and Neil Warhurst.
Finished. As the Walking Warriors approach the Pole, Brian decides to go out....fora bit.
Ben Crowe/Harry Myers
Director Marion Nancarrow(R)
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