With the Rev Dr Leslie Griffiths. God Is Love, Let Heaven Adore Him (Blaenwern); 1 Corinthians 13, w4-13; Morning Glory, Starlit Sky (Rose);
Gracious Spirit, Holy Ghost (Charity). Director of music Gordon Stewart.
We all use memory every day: not just to recall facts, figures and events, but to survive in everyday life. Ian Peacock concludes three programmes looking at how the memories we rely on are formed, changed and lost.
Victim to Memory. From the vivid memory experienced in deja vu, to the effect of a traumatic event, what can we learn from, and how can we control the involuntary recollection? Producer Adrian Washbourne. E-MAIL: email@example.com
Simon Brett 's comedy series about three sisters and sibling rivalry.
3: Soft Soap. Everyone is coming to terms with Charlotte's new role as a soap star. Everyone that is except Victoria who is desperately tryingto keep down, ratherthan up, with the Jones's.
Producer Maria Esposito
I Four adventures of Michael Gilbert 's pensive south London detective, set in the postwar decade of rationed morality. Dramatised by Michael Butt.
1: Good Fences Make Good Neighbours
Detective Petrella pits his Oxbridge wits against the ingenious killer of an apparently innocuous woman.
Director John Taylor (R)
3: Conquistadorby Sara Maitland , read by Douglas Hodge. Francisco da Orellana is a young Spanish soldier, a veteran of the Pizarro brothers' brutal conquest of the Incas in Peru. Now he drifts down the Amazon river, half-crazed with hunger and lust for gold, in search of El Dorado. He wages a fierce struggle for survival against thejungle which surrounds him, both implaable enemy and passionate lover, and must confront his Own innermost feelings. For details see Monday
3: The Rites of Spring. Andrew Jefford returns to the East Sussex Downs to find vigneron
Peter Hall still pruning, repairing his posts and trellises and battling with a plague of rabbits and one of the wettest Aprils on record. For details see Monday
Laurie Taylor talks to Professor Richard Freeman of the London School of Economics about the renaissance of British trade unionism. After decades of mistrust and dwindling support, membership is finally increasing as trade unions use co-operation, conciliation and the internet to rebrand themselves as a relevant antidote to modern working practices.
Producer Tony Phillips. E-MAIL: firstname.lastname@example.org
Jackie Mason , generally considered to be one of the greatest stand-up comics of all time, recently gave a unique performance in the Linbury
Theatre at London's Royal Opera House, In this concluding programme he turns his attention to diets, dangerous food, Starbucks and the lies we all tell. Producer Bruce Hyman
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
Jolyon Jenkins concludes a series which investigates the changing face of epidemiology by looking at the relationship between communities, epidemiologists, public authorities and governments as they look for evidence of increased risk. Findings are likely to be contradictory, and for every study showing an effect, there will be one showing none. Each side seizes on the one that supports its case and in the middle are the public. Rescheduled from last week. Producer Paul Arnold. E-MAIL: email@example.com
The conclusion of Annie Caulfield 's six-part series about a safari. By the shores of Lake Victoria strange revelations, unlikely couplings and likely uncouplings abound. But nothing is as impressive as dull Graham's inflatable swimming trunks.
Director Toby Smith
Roger McGough looks at life, love, happiness, heroes, villains and embarrassing relations. In this concluding programme he reads a selection of work from his latest book, The Way Things Are. With musician Andy Roberts. Producer Sara Davies (R)
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