With the Revs Johnston McKay and Robert Sloan. From Crathie Parish Church on the Balmoral Estate, Royal Deeside, as part of Radio 4's
Victoria Season. With the choir of King's College Chapel, Aberdeen. Director of music Roger Williams. Organist Thomas Johnstone.
In a new three-part series, Ian Peacock explores how the memories we rely on are formed, changed and lost.
Building Memory. How do we develop and accurately hold on to our memory? Is it possible to acquire the enviable talent of memory champions capable of dispensing with pen and paper when recalling crucial facts and figures? Producer Ad rianWashbourne. E-MAIL: firstname.lastname@example.org
Simon Brett 's comedy about three sisters returns in a six-part series.
1: Supporting Parts. Charlotte's struggling acting career starts to take a turn for the better, much to Victoria's chagrin.
Producer Maria Esposito
By Mike Harris. Armitage Shanks is in advertising and thinks that he can convince anyone to buy anything. So when he is summoned forjury service he undertakes to convince 11 other men and women that an obviously guilty GBH is as innocent as the day is long.
Director Clive Brill
3: The Paintingby Alma Hromic , read by Barbara Jefford. When Molly discovers that her favourite painting at the local museum is to go into storage, she finds herself pouring her heart out to two complete strangers.
Producer Gemma Jenkins. For details see Monday
The concluding episode of Simon Brett 's comedy following the trials and tribulations of Rosie Burns and her event management company.
A Good Cause. Rosie Burns and her company, In Any Event, are given the task of putting together a gala charity concert in aid of the Afghans - but there seems to be some confusion as to whether it is for the people or the dogs.
Producer Maria Esposito (R)
Francine Stock gives the verdict on The Claim, a new film which takes Thomas Hardy 's The Mayor ofCasterbridge, and transports it to the gold rush in the American west 150 years ago. ProducerTanya Hudson
Michael Buerk chairs a live debate in which
David Cook , Janet Daley , Ian Hargreaves and David Starkey cross-examine witnesses on their controversial and conflicting views of the moral issues behind one of the week's news stories. Producer David Coomes. Repeated Saturday 10.15pm
In four programmes Max Pearson goes behind the scenes at Westminster to follow a day in the life of a regional lobby correspondent. This week he looks at Paul Linford , political editor of the Newcastle Journal.
Producer Nick Patrick. Repeated from Sunday 10.45pm
Jolyon Jenkins presents a series which investigates the changing face of epidemiology. Sir Richard Doll is without doubt the greatest epidemiologist of the 20th century, thanks to his discovery of the link between smoking and lung cancer. But while this link is epidemiology's greatest triumph, it is also its achilles heel; the smoking effect is so big that it swamps all other discoveries. As researchers look for smaller and smaller risks, the likelihood offalse findings increases - hence epidemiology's potential to cause unfounded health scares.
Producer Paul Arnold. E-MAIL: email@example.com
A six-part series by Annie Caulfield.
4: The pathetic safari continues - crotchety old Susan surprises everyone by saving the day in a most unexpectedly vigorous fashion.
Director Toby Smith
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Roger McGough looks at life, love, happiness, heroes, villains and embarrassing relations. This week, at the Bath Festival, he introduces us to more of his colourful friends and relations. With musician Andy Roberts. Producer Sara Davies (R)
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