With the Rev Roger Hutchings. God Is Love: His the Care (Theodoric); 1 John 4, w7-14; The Father's Love (Simon Lole ); Where Love and Loving Kindness Dwell (Maisemore). Director of music Paul Leddington Wright.
Rim director Alex Cox tells of how the X certificate first came to British cinemas and helped create a screen revolution in the fifties. Directors J Lee Thompson and Michael Winner , Hammer screenwriter Jimmy Sangster , and former censor Ken Penry recall the effects on films and film-going when the X certificate arrived in a haze of publicity in 1951. Producer Matthew Dodd
A four-part detective story by David Ashton , set in Victorian Edinburgh. 3: The Second Shadow
Counterfeiters are at work in the city, and McLevy is under pressure to secure rapid convictions. But his mind is more on the deliciously immoral Jean Brash - surely McLevy is not becoming jealous of the male company she keeps?
Director Patrick Rayner
3: The Radar Angel. Ruth Padel 's modern version of La Traviata, features the Lady of the Camellias - a young Japanese girl - working her way around the world, until she meets a young Kerry man. For details see Tuesday 2 January
3: The Bakers' Benevolent Society
Established in 1832 this society looks after retired bakers in Epping. But will its future be as illustrious as its past as supermarkets kill off the independent baker?
For details see Tuesday 2 January
Quentin Cooper visits Manchester's Museum of Science and Industry to discuss some of the dilemmas facing science museums. With the help of the museum's director, Patrick Green , and Andrew Scott from the National Railway Museum in York, he hears about the historical and educational importance of science museums. Producer John Watkins. E-MAIL: firstname.lastname@example.org
Simon Bligh hosts the stand-up programme, featuring the pick of the current comedy circuit and future talent. This week's programme includes Radio 4 favourite Steve Gribbin , newcomer Ian Moore and the mercurial magic of Paul Thome. Producer Mario Stylianides
By Christine de Pizan. 4: Having proved that women are neither weak nor stupid, Christine and her guides look to the female virtues of loyalty and faithfulness.
For details see New Year's Day. Repeated from 10.45am Further cast details across the week
Tales of the Unexpected?Governments, companies and individuals tend increasingly to plan theirfinancial decisions on the basis of economic forecasts. But is economic prediction an exact science, an art, or little more than crystal-ball gazing? Andrew Diinot asks whether we take too much notice of forecasts.
Producer Zareer Masani. Repeated Sunday 9.30pm
Exploring issues which affect all our lives.
Breaking the Food Barrier. An alarming percentage of the meat, fruit, vegetables and processed foods imported into Britain contains dangerous bacteria or potentially deadly toxins. Alex Kirby meets those responsible for identifying the contaminated food before it reaches ourdinner tables and asks if enough is being done to protect us. Producer Brian King
A six-part series by Sudha Bhuchar and Shaheen Khan. 1: Self made "pioneer of Balti" Yahsin Anwar suffers a heart attack. His youngest son is called back from his studies to help save their ailing restaurant. Ruthless competitors who undercut prices present Shahab with quite a dilemma.
Director Kristine Landon-Smith
Burt Caesar investigates the curtain call -the ulterior motives of Shakespeare's jigs, the politics of the panto walk-down, even the agitprop refusal to take a bow. Directors Peter Brook and Jatinder Verma , actors Josette Bushell-Mingo , Roy Hudd and Richard Wilson , designers, historians and critics explore the moment when we move from performance back to our own lives, and what it means to take and receive a bow. Producer Julian May (R)
4: Return Trip to Nirvana (1967) by Arthur Koestler , read by John Shrapnel. Using first-hand experience Koestler challenges the cult of mind-altering drugs as advocated by his friend Timothy Leary. For details see New Year's Day (R)
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