With Canon Noel Vincent. A chance to hear the beautiful voices of Emily Gray and Nicholas Brown who last month won the prestigious title of Radio 2 Choristers of the Year. Music directed by Paul Leddington Wright.
After the Nazi Holocaust and the murder of six million Jews, a revival of the Jewish community on German soil might have seemed unthinkable. But Germany now has the fastest growing Jewish population in the world. The number of Jews either returning from abroad or emigrating from the former Soviet Union and Eastern Europe has trebled since Communist borders fell. Olenka Frankiel reports from Berlin, which has the largest group, to ask how it is possible that Germany is so popular for Jews. Editor Maria Balinska
Repeated Monday 8.30pm. WEBSITE: www.bbc.co.uk/continents
Dorothy Rowe , author of A Guide to Life and many other popular psychology manuals, introduces some of the poetry and prose which has enriched her own life. Readers Suzie Brann and Sean Barrett.
Producer Viv Beeby. Repeated Sunday 12.15am
By Richard Lumsden. Joan is on holiday with her son, following the death of her husband. She reflects on her life, and is forced to confront not only the treacheries of her husband, but her own secrets from the past. Was the place her husband took her fishing so often really as clear and pure as she had thought?
Director Gillian Bevan
MarkTully speaks on behalf of a charity which supports those from the Indian subcontinent,
Africa and the West Indies who served in the two World Wars.
DONATIONS: Memorial Gates Trust. [address removed]. CREDIT CARDS: [number removed] Repeated from Sunday 7.55am
4: The Plant Hunters. Plant hunters go to great lengths to track down their quarry. Leslie Forbes discovers that theirtrophies are still being recorded in great and beautiful detail by botanical artists. For details see Monday
Oceans cover 70 per cent of the Earth's surface - their movement generates huge amounts of energy. For centuries, scientists have dreamed of harnessing that motion, but it is only recently that a fuller understanding of wave and tidal dynamics, coupled with improvements in technology, have made wave power a feasible proposition. Quentin Cooper talks to Professor
Stephen Salterfrom Edinburgh University and Dr William Be attie from Queen's University, Belfast about the future for wave power. Will it ever be able to provide sufficiently large amounts of energyto make it economically viable? Producer John Watkins. E-MAIL: firstname.lastname@example.org
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Michael Field by Moya O'Shea.
9: The Michael Fields decide to convert to Catholicism, and a tragic loss produces some of their most poignant poetry.
For details see Monday. Further cast details across the week
Repeated from 10.45am
A four-part investigative series in which a document is the starting point for a journey back into the past, shedding new light on the events of the time. 1: Valentiner's Watch. When Jos Finer was given his uncle's watch he was intrigued by the eagle clutching a swastika on the back. Finer and Mike Thomson travel to Germanyto trace the story of the watch's original owner,
Hans Valentiner , a man whose life was measured in precious hours, minutes and seconds beneath the waves as captain of the U-385. Producer Bella Bannerman
Geoff Watts probes deep into the subatomic and investigates new attempts to split the electron. As this could herald the death of quantum physics, he examines possible theories that could be used to replace it.
Producer Adrian Washbourne. E-MAIL: email@example.com
The conclusion of a four-part comedy series in which Keith Daniels attempts to change the world through drama. With Dave Lamb, Jim North, Nick Walker and Richie Webb. This week, homophobia. Listeners are warned that tonight's play may be poorly researched and terrible. Producer Gareth Edwards
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