Presented by Claire Campbell Smith. Come Down, 0 Love Divine (Down Ampney). Colossians 3, w 12-17. The Father's Love (Lole). Lord,
We Come to Ask Your Healing (ArHyd YNos). Director of music Richard Tanner.
Another in the series of readings about the discovery of passion. 4: Seduction. Lesley Blanch 's recently republished autobiography Journey into the Mind's Eye tells the story of her passionate attachmentto a mysterious Russian traveller who gives her a lifelong love of Russia. His seduction of her in a railway carriage in France is a romantic tour de force. Read by Juliet Stevenson. Producer by Sara Davies. Repeated at 12.30am
Alan Dein tracks down the painters, poets and penniless scholars who inhabit a place once dubbed "the university of the ghetto" Whitechapel Library in east London. For over 100 years it has been the first stop for successive waves of immigrants to Britain in their quest for books, knowledge and news of the world around them. Producer Matthew Dodd
By James Whyle. Richard E Grant stars as a man in search of his father in this true story and unique family record. In 1911, at the age of 14, James Whyle's father arrived in South Africa with ten shillings in his pocket. By the time James was three his father was dead.
With Carl Prekopp, Ewan Bailey and Helen Longworth
Director Claire Grove
What Happens after Breast Cancer? Each week a columnist advances a controversial view on a topical subject before listeners are given the opportunity to take issue by telephone. Professor Rob Carpenterfrom St Bartholomew's Hospital in Londonjoins Barbara Myers to answeryour questions about the latest research and evidence. Producer Paula McGrath. Phone in your comments, opinions and arguments: [number removed]
Mark Tully appeals on behalf of a charity which works in the world's poorest countries restoring sight to children and adults who are needlessly blind.
Producer Laurence Grissell
Repeated from Sunday 7.55am
DONATIONS: Sightsavers International, Freepost. [address removed] CREDIT CARDS: Freephone [number removed]
Another short story about the extraordinary goings-on among the members of an eccentric Scottish family. 4. Behind the Scenes by Brian Hennigan.
Another family member emerges from the shadows. Read by Monica Gibb. Fordetails see Monday
Science series.This week, the machine that learns language like a toddler. Quentin Cooper talks to scientists from King's College, London, who have developed a device that listens, learns, and produces language in the same manner as an 18-month-old child. In the longer term, they hope to engineer the device with emotions and self-awareness, as well as the ability to learn speech. E-MAIL: [email address removed]
David Hatch chairs the radio quiz about radio. This week Margaret Howard and Simon Fanshawe confront Helen Lederer and Graham Seed , better known as Nigel in The Archers. But with which happily married members of the Ambridge cast did Nigel get into bed? And did Benny Hill ever present Pick Of the Week?ProducerViv Black
In Trust We Trust. Trust may be the glue that holds organisations together, but how do companies make it stick? Peter Day investigates an up-and-coming idea. Producer Kim Barrington. Repeated Sunday 9.30pm
Geoff Watts takes to the slopes to examine the science of one of the most dangerous events at this year's Winter Olympics in Salt Lake City. Dr Kristen Bromley is an engineer and member of the British skeleton bobsleigh team, an event that hasn't been seen at the Olympics since 1948. His PhD into the construction and aerodynamics of the skeleton sled has proved to be very useful.
Producer Alexandra Feachem. E-MAIL: firstname.lastname@example.org
Corona by Samuel R Delaney. Dramatised by Mike Walker. Sometime in the future, when a musician called Bryan Faust is offering celestial music, a damaged young man is hospitalised after an accident at work. Also at the hospital is a nine-year-old telepathic girl who seeks death to release her from the pain of others. Theirtwo minds become entwined as the graphic nightmares of his brutal past draw her in. Only the music of Faust seems to offer any solace.
Producer Rachel Horan
4: Seduction. Lesley Blanch 's autobiography
Journey into the Mind's Eyetells the spellbinding story of her passionate attachment to a mysterious Russian traveller who gives her a lifelong love of Russia. His seduction of her in a railway carriage in France is a romantic tour de force.
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