With the Rev Stephen Shipiey. immortal, invisible, God onlyWise (St Denio); 1 Corinthians 1. wl8-24; 0 Lord Jesus Marrkapmirr
(Marrkapmirr); We Sing the Praise of Him who
Died (Bow Brickhiii). Director of music AianWiison.
Douglas Adams presents a series designed to help us make sense of the digital world.
2: Adams reflects on the potential of the internet for authors and publishers. How will e-publishing affect the book industry and would Adams himself consider publishing his next work online?
By Damian Lanigan and Jim Poyser.
A comedy series following the lives of a family living in Stockport.
2: Claudine. Jason learns to drive and Michael finds a job. But are there strings attached?
The antiques quiz series presented by Lars Tharp. in this afternoon's programme, a rare piece of Japanese porcelain and armour are among the treasures at Sherborne Castie, Dorset, as two teams of antiques experts do battle. Producers Elizabeth Abrahams and Annie Bristow
By Bridget O'Connor and Peter Straughan.
Three sharp and humorous portraits of old timers - centurions who have grown old disgraceful and are now viewing their lives from the end. 1: The Gambler 2: The Patient 3: The actress with Kerry Shale, Kate Harper, John Guerrasio, Kathryn Hunt. Russell Dixon, Louise Montez and David Ketiett
Music composed and performed by Dave Scott and Nea Bien Mnsop Director Susan Roberts
Laurie Taylor talks to Andre Schiffrin about his new book charting 30 years as managing director of Pantheon books, whose authors included Chomsky, RD Laing and Eric Hobsbawn. Schiffrin discusses the current state of publishing and explains how the industry's changes might effect what we read. Producer Tony Phillips.
The Call of the Croft. Crofting in the stunning
landscapes of the Scottish Highlands sounds romantic, but to battle against the elements and economic realities has taken ingenuity and tenacity for the small communities of Skerray on the very northern coast and Corrary on the west. Howard Stableford meets the remarkable families who are intent on making the crofting lifestyle viable for the 21st century.
Producer Sandra Sykes. PHONE: [number removed] for more information. WEBS!TE: www.bbc.co.uk/radio 4 E.MA!L: changing, email@example.com
A comedy series by Sean Lock and Martin Trenaman. Crouched on his lonely perch like a smug hermit, Sean hides in Flat 76, Elderberry House, Maydew Estate, trying to keep the world at bay. The world, for some reason, does not want to play his game. Starring Sean Lock, Felix Dexter, Jenny Eclair, Tim Mitchell, Tracy-Ann Oberman and Peter Serafinowicz. Parti. Producer Chris Neill (R)
Based on the true story of a 19th-century French adventuress. Hilary Spurling's book is dramatised in ten parts by Catherine Czerkawska. 3: She Ues as a Bird Sings. Catherine and Armand move to Paris to work for Papa Humbert. Therese and Frederic live in some poverty in an attic and she is pregnant with twins. She begins to lay plans for their financial support. Humbert Paul JeMon
For details see Monday. Further cast details across the week.
Repeated from 10.45am
Nick Ross invites a panel of pubhc figures to hear evidence and offer solutions to an issue of current concern. 6: Lostng Fattr) <n Science. What can be done to rebuild the waning trust between scientists and the public? With commissioners Bob Ayiing , Vivian Nathanson and Louis Biom -COOper. Producer He!enW)!son. Repeated Saturday 10.15pm
Four hundred years ago Giordano Bruno was burned at the stake for daring to suggest there were other worlds in this universe. Astronomers have since identified 40 planets outside our soiar system. Peter Evans discovers how these observations are challenging conventional wisdom about how the planets form.
Producer Andrew Luck-Baker . E-MA!L: firstname.lastname@example.org
The conclusion of James MacLoughlin's comedy charting the exploits of Chief Constable Bill Burscough. Time is running out for Bill. DC Alistair Stott has been appointed chief constable. Viveca has been assured that he is as pure as the driven snow. What could possibly go wrong?
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