Presented by Dr David Cook. Firmly I Believe and Truly (Halton Holgate), Romans 3, w21-6. 0 Saviour of the World (Ouseley). Saviour, Blessed Saviour
(Evelyns). Director of music Paul Leddington Wright.
The first of a new three-part series in which medical historian Ruth Richardson looks in the other direction and explores medicine from the point of view of the patient...
Patient or impatient, passive or demanding, stoic or hypochondriac, what makes the British patient tick? Producer Virginia Crompton
A six-part comedy drama set in Renaissance Italy. y.
2: Monte Guano, the pettiest of Italian states, plays host to an honoured English aristocratic guest-the somewhat suspect Lord Luton.
With David Swift , Sian Phillips , Graham Crowden , Saskia Wickham and others. Producer Helen Williams
The natural history quiz returns for a new series hosted by Lionel Kelleway. Contestants have been hand-picked from a selection of natural history writers, broadcasters and educators, all competing forthe Wildbraintitle. This week's programme comes from the Wildfowl and Wetlands Trust at Slimbridge in Gloucestershire. Producer Sheena Duncan
Laurie Taylor will be looking at the problems facing elderly gay men and women. As these pioneers of the sexual revolution in the sixties and seventies confront retirement, he discovers how they are now facing new battles with homophobia and ageism. Producer Tony Phillips E-MAIL: email@example.com
Training the Doctors. It takes years to train the medical staff we rely upon to look after us when we're ill. So how are the doctors of the future being trained, especially when the NHS plan has an ambitious target of providing 15,000 more doctors by 2008? Dr Graham Easton brings you the latest on how the doctors of the future - and the present - are beingtrained.
Repeated from yesterday
Selfishness. The second of three debates about the nation's moral health comes from Birmingham as Edward Stourton asks a panel and an invited audience if the British are becoming less charitable, less likely to volunteer and more inclined to shut the door, count the money and think only of ourselves. Editor Nicola Meyrick Repeated Saturday 10.15pm
The End of the Mammoth. Just 11,000 years ago, at the end of the last Ice Age, some veryweird and wonderful giant beasts roamed the planet. Woolly mammoths, sabre-toothed tigers, giant wombats and armadillos were commonplace on nearly all continents, but within 400 years they were gone.
Peter Evans investigates the end of the mega fauna and talks to one researcher whose theory that a single, deadly virus wiped them out, is causing waves amongst the mammoth hunters.
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Comedy. Michael Feydeau -TV's much loved
Inspector Niblett - and David Pershore , the crime expert with form, are your hosts for this evening's selection from the vaults of villainy. It will be a heady mixture of murder, intrigue, deception, murder and a touch more murder. The broadsheets described it as "quality nastiness for the chattering classes."
Written by and starring Steve Punt and Hugh Dennis. Director Adam Bromley
Comedy series. In an act of great cultural magnanimity towards the good people of the north, a specially funded scheme has been set up to send the distinguished-but-hip London poet Sir Ralph Stanza to be poet-in-residence at Salford. As he straddles the streets of Orsdall and Weaste, in his panama hat, blazer and silk scarf, his goal in this new four-part series is to blend in with the people of Salford and express their anger through his verse. 1: The Verse Was Yet to Come. Featuring James Quinn , with Alison Darling , Jack Deam ,
Mark Chatterton , Stephen Hoyle and Jemma Thompson. Producer Graham Frost
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