With the Rev Stephen Shipley. Blest Are the Pure in Heart (Franconia); Matthew 5, wl-12; Rejoice in the Lord (Leddington Wright ); There's a Wideness in God's Mercy (Sussex). Director of music Paul Leddington Wright.
Concluding his series, Max Pearson hears how individuals and communities are affected by our changing environmental thinking. The Ouse
Washes in Cambridgeshire are one of the most important sites for birds in Europe. But what happens when a major energy companywants to build huge wind turbines in this area? Can we reconcile the need to exploit renewable energy with the conflicting needs of our countryside? producer Nick Patrick
by Laurie King, dramatised in four parts by Shaun Prendergast.
Miss Donleavy is ill and somebody is trying to kill both Holmes and Mary. The question is, which of Holmes's enemies would hate him enough to not only try and kill him, but his friends as well?
A kindly vicar appoints a lonely widower as safety officer to his church, but the favour backfires as the appointee is accident prone! Health and safety degenerates into a programme of chaos under his supervision. The vicar, benign and much too reticent, refuses to tick off the tireless geriatric. But the real trouble is that the parish community can't help liking him and promoting him. John, not the most inspiring of preachers, is soon eclipsed by his disciple, and finally makes a resolve: one of them will have to go.
By Susie Maguire. 3: The Tale of the Cat Burglar and the Hair of the Dog, read by Carol Ann
Crawford. "Being burgled was the most positive thingthat's happened to me since thedivorce ; I couldn't be more delighted with the outcome." For details see Monday
Laurie Taylortalks to Sir Michael Dummett , one of the world's most prominent campaigners for refugees, and asks him whether state policies are actually good for race relations.
Producer James Marshall. E-MAIL: firstname.lastname@example.org
A comedy series written by Lynne Ferguson.
3: Ardour. The minister reveals to Irene a secret yearingfor Moira. Afterthe initial shock she realises that this unlikely romance could prove advantageous. Producers Lucy Bacon and Kathy Smith (R)
Michael Buerk chairs a debate in which
Janet Daley , David Starkey , Ian Hargreaves and David Cook cross-examine witnesses who have conflicting views on the moral issues behind one of the week's controversies.
Producer David Coomes. Repeated Saturday 10.15pm
A A new four-part series connecting people with science and technology.
1: The Sweet Smell of Success. Quentin Cooper investigates the fragrance industry and uncovers a world of designer science in which artificial concoctions are dreamed up in laboratories, but are prohibited as pollutants in the corporated echelons ofthe USA and Japan. Producer Angela Hind
- Sean Lock returns with a new five-part series of his comic crawl on the urban underbelly. In the 15th-floor flat of a south London tower block, Sean is forced to engage with a world that is invariably at odds with him. Starring Sean Lock ,
Dan Freedman , Alex Lowe , Dan Mersh and Tracy-Ann Oberman. Written by Sean Lock and Martin Trenaman. Producer Chris Neill
Few tunes in the 20th century have entered the national consciousness like the signature tunes of favourite television programmes. But how does one compose those few seconds of music which have to announce the programme, say something about its content and keep the nation's fingers away from the off switch? Chris Serle talks to signature tune composers about this most specialised musical art. Producers Bob Carter and Mike Sampey
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