Led by Roger Hutchings from Emmanuel Church. 0 Fora Thousand Tongues to S/ng(Lyngham);
Matthew 18, w23-35 Lord, How Long Wilt Thou Be Angry? (Purcell); / Will Singthe Wondrous Story (Hyfrydol). Director of music Louise Marsh.
Last of three historical documentaries. Passport to Aberdeen. During the scorching summer of 1964, over 500 people in Aberdeen were hospitalised on suspicion of having typhoid. Roisin McAuley talks to people involved and finds the story has particular resonance today. Producer Sharon Mair
Concluding Amanda Murphy 's comedy-drama about a "friendship" between a man and a woman. 4: Cassie and Pete finally kiss, but do they like it? Will Dad finally sort out the difference between pot plants and people? And what's happened to PJ the postman who does Neil Diamond impressions? Producer Graham Frost
A six-part series of the quiz in which contestants race against the clock to locate a mystery treasure where the "X" crosses. Presented by Pete McCarthywith guests Brian Sewell , Robin Simon and Pat Kenny. Producer Sarah Rowlands
A romantic comedy by Chris Dolan. Plain Sandra Hamilton from Glasgow bets herflatmate that she'll have more luck with the opposite sex if she pretends to be the exotic Sabina Vasiliev , raven-haired temptress from eastern Europe.
Director Bruce Young (R)
3: It is now more than a month since the swallow left her winter quarters in Africa and began her journey north. Now she faces the greatest challenge of all: crossing the Sahara desert. For details see Monday
Michael Hardt from Duke University in Durham talks to Laurie Taylor about his new book Empire, in which he expresses the belief that Marxists should learn to appreciate globalisation.
Producer Elizabeth Senior. E-MAIL: email@example.com
The first of four programmes contrasting the worlds of people and animals. Although aspirin and penicillin are crucial in the treatment of humans, to cats and guinea pigs they are dangerous drugs.
Graham Easton compares veterinary and human medicine. Producer Julia Durbin. E-MAIL: firstname.lastname@example.org
Another chance to hearthe late Douglas Adams 's
12-part comedy from 1978. Fit the Fourth: It has been revealed to Arthur Dent that the earth has been built by the Magratheans and run by mice. Meanwhile, his companions have been suddenly confronted by something nasty (probably certain death).
Producer Geoffrey Perkins (R)
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3: Away Break. Helen decides a libidinal reawakening is needed - and she won't get it by going on holiday with her mother-in-law. Desperate times call for desperate measures.
For details see Monday. Repeated from 10.45am
Nick Ross invites a panel of public figures to hear expert evidence on a current issue. Togetherthey look for radical, practical solutions. 4: The University Challenge. Have we created too many university places and too many doubtful degrees? With
Professor Vivienne Nathanson , Barbara Stocking and AdairTurner.
Producer Helen Wilson. Repeated Saturday 10.15pm
The process by which our bodies generate new blood vessels is fundamental to healing, reproduction, and development of the embryo. But a huge number of our most challenging diseases are also dependent on generating a new blood supply to the affected areas. Peter Evans examines cutting-edge research that is succeeding in controlling new vessel growth and beating disease at its own game, potentially offering a new means to halt cancer and a revolutionary way of curing heart disease. Producer Adrian Washbourne. EMAIL: Scirad@bbc.co.uk
A six-part comedy series written and performed by the creator of John Shuttleworth , Graham Fellows. In a series of lectures, rock musicologist and part-time media studies tutor Brian Appleton attempts to assert his rightful place in the music history books. 2: Consider Yourself Dumped Upon. Brian performs the first progressive-rock song ever written, and reveals he inadvertently encouraged the Who to smash up their equipment and was instrumental in Phil Collins becoming the lead singer in Genesis. Producer Dawn Ellis
Second in a six-part comedy series written by and starring Steve Punt and Hugh Dennis.
Michael Feydeau , alias television's Inspector Niblett, and crime expert David Pershorego on a thrillingjourney through the history of crime. With Emma Kennedy and Simon Greenall. Producer Adam Bromley
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