Presented by Clair Jaquiss with the University of Newcastle (Australia) Chamber Choir. The Spirit of the Lord Is upon Me (David Drury ). Take UpThyCross (Breslau). Mark 10, w46-52. Jesu, Dulcis Memona (Keren Terpstra). Lord, We Are Blind (Godmanstone). Director of music Philip Matthias.
4: Michael J Fox , now diagnosed with Parkinson's disease, endures a gruelling three-month court case overa house he sold, visits a Jungian analyst to combat his growing reliance on alcohol and has a hole-in-the-head operation. For details see Monday Repeated at 12.30am
Moldova. Times are hard in Moldova. The country has gone from a relatively prosperous former Soviet republic to the poorest country in Europe. With an average monthly wage of about L20, up to a third of the working population are forced to seekjobs abroad, and, as a result, many have to leave their children behind. Mark Brayne reports on these "economic orphans" , often lodged with ageing grandparents or left in the care of state-run orphanages.
Producer Jane Beresford
Repeated Monday 8.30pm
With 60 years of acting and directing experience behind him, Richard Attenborough is more than qualified as he continues his look at the British film industry since the war. With contributions from
Pierce Brosnan , Bryan Forbes , William Goldman , Alan Parker and Jeffrey Richards. Producer Susan Marling
A moving story about a family desperately seeking consolation as they grieve for a lost son. Teenager Davina is furious about the attention that her father is paying his singing protegee, Amy. But it's not just jealousy. Amy doesn't realise that to some people, she has become a substitute for Davina's dead brother.
Another chance to hear the five-part series in which Lars Tharp and guests look at antiques and collectables. 4: Blue and White. A look at the ceramics which revolutionised the Staffordshire pottery industry and put paid to Chinese imports. Producer Lindsay Leonard
Charlie Lee-Potter looks at what's happening in the world of books and, as the winner of this year's
George Orwell Prize is announced, discusses the current state of political writing.
Producer Fiona McLean Repeated from Sunday 4pm
New research by the British Museum has unearthed exciting new discoveries and poses new questions on the history of Egyptian mummies.
Quentin Cooper speaks to John Taylor from the Museum about the new 3-D technology which has allowed him to peer inside the tomb of a 3,000-year-old priest. Producer Ros Smith E-MAIL: email@example.com
A sketch show about life, written and performed by people who've lived a bit of it. With Eleanor Bron , Graeme Garden , Neil Innes , Clive Swift ,
Roger Blake and Paula Wilcox , with music from Ronnie and the Rex. Producer Helen Williams
By Stan Barstow , dramatised by Diana Griffiths.
A gritty love story set in Yorkshire during the sixties. 4: The tragic news of Norma's husband draws Tom closer but distances the children.
For details see Monday Repeated from 10.45am
A series of unexplained sightings in the skies over Britain in the postwaryears helped to fuel a growing national fixation with aliens and UFOs. Officially, Whitehall denied interest but in this programme Gerry Northam reveals details of the secret investigations carried out by a government terrified of the Russians. Producer David Lewis
Piggy in the Middle. As the United States threatens a military crackdown on Iraq, relations with its European allies are coming increasingly under strain, and so is Britain's traditional role bridging the transatlantic divide. Could we be left stranded if Europe and America drift further apart? Bruce Clark considers how far anyone can restrain a supremely powerful USA from pursuing what it regards as its national interest.
Producer Zareer Masani Repeated Sunday 9.30pm
The third in the series of comedy travelogues from globetrotting comedian and Just a Minute regular, Ross Noble. This week, Ross travels around Ireland where, as well as performing for the locals, he learns to play the penny whistle - badly. Producer Danny Wallace
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