With Judy Merry. Judge Eternal, Throned in Splendour (Rhuddlan); John 8, w21-26; Come My Way (Vaughan Williams); 0 Worship the King (Hanover). With Portsmouth Grammar School Choir. Director of music David Swinson.
Campbell Armstrong's moving memoir about his first wife Eileen and the daughter she gave up for adoption is read in five parts by Brian Cox. Part 1. Abridged and produced by Jane Marshall. Repeated at 12.30am
American humorist Joe Queenan slips on his breastplate and helmet behind the scenes of the booming British historical re-enactment business and asks, " Is this a new phenomenon ? Is it explicable ? Is it even healthy ?" Only the UK traders and makers of historical equipment can really help him OUt. Producer Miles Warde
Giovanni Guareschi 's humorous tales about a colourful parish priest in a northern Italian village are dramatised in four parts by Peter Kerry.
2: Don Camillo has been trying for months to raise the money for a community centre, without success. Now Peppone announces that he is building people's palace and he has already raised the money. Don Camillo turns detective - with a little supernatural prompting.
Don Camillo Alun Armstrong
Producers Chris Wallis and Jill Waters
EM Delafield 's account of her mission to write a humorous book in thirties Russia is adapted by Gwyneth Powell. The highlight of the trip, seen through the eyes of a middle-class Englishwoman, was the time she spent on a small commune living and workingwith the comrades: Starring Gwyneth Powell , Anna Quayle , Kerry Shale , Katherine Canter , Rachel Atkins and Bettina Weichert. Director Richard Wortley (R)
Five stories exploring family relationships from a variety of perspectives. 1: The Red Carby Edward James, read by Christopher Timothy. A young boy is evacuated to the countryside during the Second World War. He quickly discovers life with "auntie" to be as devastating as London's Blitz. Producer Keith Slade
In five programmes Ben Silburn takes journeys with a difference. He starts byfollowing a trail of molten rocks as they rise from deep inside the Earth to eru pt out of a volcano with the power to devastate continents. Producer Paul Arnold (R)
For two decades Swedish agriculture has pursued a policy of high animal welfare standards and sustainable production. As the lessons from BSE and foot-and-mouth disease sink in, Sheila Dillon asks if we can learn from their example. Extended repeat from yesterday 12.30pm
In an increasingly secular society we still need to get to grips with life's bigquestions about identity and purpose, love and money, work and growing old. Muriel Gray and guests investigate those who thinkthey have the answers. Producer Lindsay Leonard
This week Bill Oddie and Claire Gorham are among the guests joining Nigel Rees to exchange quotations and anecdotes. Reader Patricia Hughes. Producer Carol Smith. Repeated Sunday 12.04pm E-MAIL: firstname.lastname@example.org
The diaries of Yelena Bulgakova , abridged in five parts by DJ Britton from the collection edited by JAE Curtis . 1: When Yelena became the third wife of Mikhail Bulgakov , author of The Master and Margarita, he asked herto keep an account of their life in thirties Moscow, since his own diary had been burnt by the KGB.
Director Alison Hindell. Repeated from 10.45am
A portrait of life among Greek and Turkish Cypriots in north London, communities still divided in Cyprus by a 66-mile UN-patrolled "green line", but who live and work together along Green
Lanes, a road which runs for nine miles through Harringay. Nigel Wrench looks at how tensions 2,000 miles away play out along this colourful north-London thoroughfare that stretches from Enfield to Islington. Producer David Prosser
Peru is a nation consumed by distrust and disgust. Nick Caistor travels to Lima ahead of elections in April and investigates the legacy ofthe man atthe heart of a massive corruption scandal - ex-
President Fujimori'sformer spy chief,
Vladimiro Montesinos , and his meticulous video-taped record of hundreds of dirty deals with the Peruvian political elite. Repeated from Thursday
The conclusion of six journeys through European countries exploring the wildlife and the people working to conserve European diversity.
The Wolves of Transylvania. Following wolf tracks in the snow in the shadow of Dracula's castle,
Lionel Kelleway asks how 2,500 wolves survive in Romania when the rest of Europe has all but wiped them out.
Producer Grant Sonnex. E-MAIL: email@example.com
WEBSITE: www.bbc.co. uk/nature/animals/bbc/wild_europe
Family humorist Erma Bombeck takes the lid off life in the American home. Read in five parts by - Maureen Lipman. 1: The Facts of Life
Abridged and produced Jane Marsh-all
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