of the Week: Yesterday Morning By Diana Athill. Abridged bySamantha Bakhurst. Read by Penelope Wilton. An affectionate but unsentimental memoir of growing up on a large country estate in the twenties. Part 3. Producer Jill Waters Repeated at 12.30am.
Presented bythe Rev Roger Hutchings , with the Portsmouth Grammar School Choir. Blest Are the Pure in HeartfFranconia, arr Thome). Matthew 6wl-4 16-18. Love Which Understands (Banchory). 0 Breath of Life (Spiritus Vitae). Director of music James Henderson.
Julian Putkowski 's three-part series which analyses grotesque distortions of justice that occur when the law gets political. 2: Freisler-the People's Judge
In Nazi Germany thejudiciary desperately tried to incorporate the ideals of justice with the will of the Volk as embodied in its highest being, Hitler. Sothe People's Courtwas established, headed bythe notohousfanatic Roland Freisler. With DrHanns Koch.
Producer Matt Thompson
By Barry Grossman.
A six-part comedy drama series about the collision between the old and the new in the Jewish community of Hillfield.
Su's delighted to find a role-model: Abraham would settle for a haircut.
Rabbi Su Jacobs:
Rabbi Abraham Fine:
Rabbi Marilyn Sugarman:
Martin Young hosts the biographical quiz show and is joined by team captains Francis Wheen and Fred Housego , with this week's special guests Gyles Brandreth and Antonia Fraser. Producer Elizabeth Freestone
Five new tales of mystery and murder, inspired by the stories of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle , and written by Bert Coules. 4: The Singular Inheritance of Miss Gloria Wilson. After years of apparent inactivity, "the ghost" is back in business with a series of audacious thefts that leave the pol ice baffled. So why is Inspector Athelney Jones so reluctant to hrino Holmes in nn the case?
Violinist Leonard Friedman. Director Patrick Rayner
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Sir Arthur Conan
Another chance to hear this five-part series on the archives of the London Zoological Society.
3: Metamorphoses. Among London Zoo's collection of rare manuscripts lies a copy of Maria Sybilla
Merian's Metamorphoses of the Insects of Surinam. For Merian this ground-breaking work involved an epic journey crossing social and physical barriers. Fordetails see Monday
James Walton returns to the chairflanked by regular captains Sebastian Faulks and John Walsh for a game of literary correctness. This week authors
Nigel Williams and Lynne Truss join the proceedings, with the author of the week being that literary giant, William Shakespeare. Producer Dawn Ellis
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Ten tales for the superstitious. 3: For her wedding, Roberta (Kelly Reilly ) has guarded herself against bad luck by following all the old superstitions. But it doesn't quite go to plan.
Director Mary Peate Repeated from 10.45am
Michael Buerk with Ian Hargreaves , Claire Fox , Janet Radcliffe-Richards , Steven Rose and Roger Scruton cross-examine witnesses on their evidence for believing as they do about one of the week's moral conundrums. Producer David Coomes Rptd Saturday 10.15pm
In the last of his series, Michael Cockerell tells the story of his encounters with Bill Deedes - Fleet Street's oldest workingjournalist and a former cabinet minister. The programme includes rare archive and revealing anecdotes.
Producer Manisha Vadhia 10.45pm
A new three-part series in which Professor Jacquie McGlade explains how we can learn from nature, presenting her insights of the world around us through mathematics. 1: How the design of hospitals may actually encourage viral epidemics, and how to grow straight carrots.
Producer Julian Hector E-MAIL: email@example.com
How maths can help gardening: page 24
Part lecture, part sketch-show, Dr Phil Hammond hosts the programme that questions the current state of the NHS. 3: Empowering the Patient. The way forward for the NHS is in patient power, where patients make all the decisions, not doctors. Producer Helen Williams
The great NHS debate: page 38
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