Led by Maggie Roux. Father All-loving Was (Lebet); 1 John 3, wl3-20; Peace, Perfect Peace (Song 46); Loving Shepherd of Thy Sheep (R Tanner); Love Is His Word (Cresswell). Director of music Richard Tanner
The first in a new series in which Andy Martin interviews three of history's greatest artists in actors' recreations. 1: Gauguin. Paul Gauguin -played by David Troughton -discusses Van Gogh , women, being misunderstood and his lifelong quest for the primitive. Producer MaryWard-Lowery
Afour-part comedy-drama by Michelle Read , starring Samantha Bond and Hugh Bonneville.
3: Love is all around-Anna is blissfully happy, Brian is finding that grading sand paper is fun when he's thinking about Anna, and even faithful cockney muse Minnie is happy because it looks as if Anna's new-found romance is spilling over into her prose. But could there be a cloud on the horizon when Brian's old friend Dougie unexpectedly turns up with the tempting offer of building fibreglass ducks in the Shetland Islands?
Producer Dawn Ellis
First in a new, six-part panel game series revolving around the English language. Host Frank Delaney 's guests this week are Sandi Toksvig ,
Tommy Pearson , Laura Wright and Christopher Matthew. The programme is recorded in front of a specially invited audience at the Ways with Words literary festival in Devon. On hand to offer a witty perspective on the world of words are the Nimmo Twins. Producer Simon Elmes
Jack Klaff stars as George Lewis, the celebrated 19th-century lawyer who defended the indefensible and never lost, in three dramas by Robin Brooks. Lewis becomes involved in a scandal that spirals out of control and threatens to destroy the reputation of his royal client.
Roy Lancaster , Pippa Greenwood and Bob Flowerdew answer some of the questions posed by gardeners from Kent. The team also choose trees for the GQT garden at Sparsholt College, Hampshire. The chairman is Eric Robson.
3: Piper at the Gates of Dawn. As evening decends, toddler Cameron Munro goes missing near the torrential Falls of Shin. It's reminiscent of Ratty and Mole's search for a little otter that has gone missing near a weir. They stumble across the pagan god Pan, but who will PC Sutherland find in the dark forest?
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Laurie Taylor talks to Yale University academic Hazel Carby and historian Jim Walvin about the life and legacy of the great Indian polymath C.L.R. James. They examine his growing iconic status and his views on politics, history, black civil rights and cricket.
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The last of four programmes contrastingthe medical treatment of people and animals. Dr Graham Easton explores the relationship between animals and humans in research and meets the first dog to benefit from a pioneering anti-cancer vaccine. ProducerJuliaDurbin(R)
Another chance to hear Douglas Adams and John Lloyd 's 12-part comedy from 1978. Fit the Sixth: Will the ultimate question to life, the universe and everything (to which the answer is 42) be discovered? Will our heroes be able to control their newly stolen space ship and the enormous fleet of black battle cruisers that is followingthem? Will all end happily or in the certain death that has threatened them so persistently?
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Nick Ross invites a panel of public figures to hear expert evidence on a current issue. 7: Help, Minister Is our civil service letting us down? With Sir John Egan , DeAnne Julius and Mark Leonard. Producer Helen Wilson. Repeated Saturday 11.15pm
Science series. Cars, planets, people, galaxies - the universe is full of matter. But according to current understanding of the laws of physics none of it should be here. Peter Evans looks at the latest attempts to understand why we are here and why the universe didn 't destroy itself after the Big Bang. Producer Paul Arnold. E-MAIL: Scirad@bbc.co.uk
A six-part comedy series written and performed by the creator of John Shuttleworth , Graham Fellows. 5: My Turn to Be Poorly. Brian hits one of the lowest points in his life and considers ending it all at the age of 27 -the age so many other great rock stars had met their demise. But it is also at this point that
Brian wrote one of his greatest classics - which he plays for us - and which was a huge influence on the rock world, particularly Morrissey. Producer Dawn Ellis
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