Doctor Sheila Cassidy bares her soul to Professor Anthony Clare and considers the events and influences that have shaped her strong religious beliefs and led herto devote herself, as a doctor, to the care of the terminally ill. Shortened repeatfrom Sunday 11.15am
Mark Tully encounters BKS lyengar in Poona, India, one of yoga's finest teachers. As Tully explores the lyengar headquarters, a rich and genial picture emerges of the power of yoga to transform, enlighten and sustain.
Producer Vanessa Harrison. Editor Gwyneth Williams (R)
Barry Grossman's comedy about the collision between the old and the new in the Jewish community of Hillfield.
A man with a tape measure - and a crisis for Rabbi Fine.
Rabbi Su Jacobs:
Rabbi Abraham Fine:
Roger Bolton airs your views and opinions on BBC radio programmes and policy.
Producer Nick Utechin.
Repeated Sunday 8pm
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Depression. It is estimated that at any one time ten per cent of the population is suffering from depression, from feeling low during the winter months to the baby blues or more serious clinical depression. Barbara Myers puts your questions to an expert in this week's programme and examines the latest treatments available - from talking to taking pills.
Producer Alison Ayres. E-MAIL: email@example.com WEB SITE: www.bbc.co.uk/health/
Marya Burgess accepts an invitation to join an unusual group of lunch-time companions - all withatastefortheshadyworldofcrime. Herhost is Camille Wolff , one of only a handful of specialist true crime book dealers in the world. Producer Elizabeth Abrahams (R)
Simon Hoggart chairs the topical comedy panel game, this week from the Arundel Room in the Hilton Brighton hotel, to mark the Labour Party
Conference. With Alan Coren , Andy Hamilton and special guests.
Producer Lucy Armitage. Repeated Saturday 12.30pm
A bad day for Sid.
Written by Caroline Harrington. Director Julie Beckett Editor Vanessa Whitburn
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By Miles Franklin. 10: Sybylla is catapulted back to real life with a bang. She arrives during a dust storm in one of the worst draughts in memory. Things haven't changed since she left a month ago but she appreciates just how much she has changed when Henry Beauchamp returns with a final marriage proposal.
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Jonathan Dimbleby is joined at St Christopher School in Letchworth, Hertfordshire, by panellists including Stephen Byers , Secretary of State for Trade and Industry; and Eve Pollard , editor of Aura.
Producer Lisa Jenkinson. Repeated Saturday 1.15pm
A comedy by Iain Heggie. Donalda and Kelly run a funeral catering business. They are also secret rivals in love. Just when it looks as if things could not get any worse, Donalda's cat goes missing, and Tina the cleaner goes into anxiety overdrive.
Eleanor Oldroyd presents the last in the current series of the sports programme. This week, a look back at the final week of the Olympic Games in Sydney, focusing on the highlights and a preview of the closing weekend of events. Producer Simon Crosse
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