Led by Judy Merry. All Hail the Power of Jesus's Name (Miles Lane); Luke 23, w39--43; In Paradisum (Faure); Jesus, Remember Me
(Response During Prayers) At the Name of Jesus (Evelyns). The director of music is Graham Eccles.
Andrew Sachs reads five tales of forgotten people by Paul Collins. 3: The Clever Dullard. William Henry Ireland was written off by his father as a muddle-headed dunce, but William had one remarkable, secret skill which made him the toast of London society and got him into his father's good books: he could write like Shakespeare. For details see Monday. Rptd at 12.30am.
The last in a series following the first year's intake in a new South London secondary school. With the end of term drawing near, teachers hope that the hard work of pupils will be reflected in their exam results. Producer Sue Mitchell
A three-part comedy series by Patricia Hannah.
1:Symmetries.The embalmed sleep in the Kremlin of Vladimir Illyich Lenin is aboutto be disturbed as he sets off on an unexpected journey.
Director/Producer Gaynor Macfarlane (R)
A new six-part series of the panel game that reveals the lighter side of life around the despatch box. Joining Steve Richards , Roy Hattersley and Sir
Patrick Cormack this week are Kenneth Baker and Eleanor Goodman. Written and researched by Hugh Rycroftand David Spicer. Producer Simon Nicholls MPs on FM: page 11
Frank Delany 's story is read by DermotCrowley. Eddie Dance, the man from "the border", brings both fun and jealousy on his quarterly visits to teach the parish wives to dance. One day when the husbands have had enough they conspire to offer Eddie a wager. Producer Gemma McMullen
Phill Jupitus examines the effect Walt Disney had when he turned five classic pieces of children's fiction into movies. 3: 101 Dalmatians - The Real Cruella de Vil Uncovered. Did Disney go too far with his wicked character?
For details see Monday. The Other Disney istomorrowatll.30am
A nine-part series of the patients' guide to medicine.
As well as seeking out the latest evidence for trouble-free breastfeeding, Dr Graham Easton investigates a condition which causes swollen breast-tissue in up to half of all teenage boys. Repeated from yesterday at 9pm
Concluding Douglas Adams 's comedy from 1978.
Fit the Twelfth: All is resolved, everyone lives happily ever after and pigs fly.
Producer Geoffrey Perkins. Effects and music Paddy Kingsland(R)
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The touching correspondence between the young
Indira Gandhi and her father Nehru as edited by Sonia Gandhi and abridged in parts by Rukhsana Ahmad.
3: A Dutiful Daughter. Indira writes to her father from abroad as she travels with her sick mother in search of a cure. From behind his prison walls Nehru is able to revisit places he once knew.
For details see Monday. Repeated from 10.45am
Michael Buerk chairs a live debate in which Roger Scruton , Claire Fox , Steven Rose and Ian Hargreaves cross-examine "witnesses" with different but passionate views on one of the week's moral dilemmas.
Producer David Coombes. Repeated Saturday 10.15pm
A three-part series in which Gyles Brandreth (a Tory MP from 1992-97) takes an irreverent-but-informative look at what it takes to enter and survive
Parliament. 1: How every MP has to fight two battles just to get to the bottom of the greasy pole: be selected as a candidate and win an election. See Peter Barnard 's choice on page 134. Rptd from Sunday at 10.45 MPs on FM: page 11
Prescription on a Plate. Scientists are developing foods which they believe will help prevent major killers like cancer and heart disease.
Quentin Cooper explores how the latest thinking in nutrition might save us a visit to the doctor and asks if the dinner on our plate can become a prescription for beatingdisease. Last in the series. Producer Alisson Ayres.
Jane Austen 's romantic classic about 19-year-old Anne Elliot , stopped from marrying the man she loves by the claims of birth, beauty and mind, is abridged in 15 parts by Doreen Estall and read by Juliet Stevenson. 3: Anne goes to Uppercross and Captain Wentworth draws nearer. For details see Monday
A comedy series aiming to end injustice and change the world through drama. With Keith Daniels ,
Dave Lamb , Jim North , Nick Walker and Richie Webb. This weekthe team put a stop to homelessness. Producer Gareth Edwards (R)
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