Presented by Nigel Swinford. Go Forth and Tell (Yanworth). Acts 2, w42-7. For All the Saints
Who've Shown Your Love (Bell). Lord, You Give the Great Commission (Abbot's Leigh). Director of music Gordon Stewart.
The second of a three-part series in which medical historian Ruth Richardson looks at health provision from the point of view of the patient. What makes the British patient tick? Producer Nicky Barranger
Comedy drama set in Renaissance Italy. 3: Plethora decides it's time for son and heir Salvatore to be ordained as a priest by nonagenarian Father Ignazio. With David Swift , Sian Phillips , Graham Crowden , Saskia Wickham and others. Producer Helen Williams
Lionel Kelleway hosts the wildlife quiz from the great oak hall at Westonbirt, the National Arboretum, Gloucestershire. Among today's contestants are a botanist with a penchant for "squidge" and a writer and broadcaster who likes nothing betterthan the scent of a dead seabird's wing. They are tested on their knowledge of bears, butterflies and the Seychelles. Producer Sheena Duncan
By Hideo Takeuchi from the novel by Kiyoko Murata. Adapted by Lavinia Murray. A Japanese story transferred to 18th-century England. Due to severe food shortages, Ruth is one of seven elderly villagers required to seek survival on nearby Bracken Hill. Exile brings unexpected pleasures as well as hardships but will their ingenuity last until autumn and the promise of a return to the village? Director Lucy Baldwyn
Bob Rowerdew , Anne Swithinbank , Bunny Guinness, Pippa Greenwood and John Cushnie are at Sparsholt College in Hampshire, home of the Gardeners' Question Timegarden, forthe programme's first-ever roadshow. The chairman is Eric Robson.
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This week, Laurie Taylor prepares for the World Cup finals and takes a look at the relationship between alcohol and football. He talks to Wray Vamplew , Research Professor from the Department of Sports Studies at Stirling University and author of Mud, Sweat and Beers: a Cultural History of Sport and Alcohol. Producer Tony Phillips E-MAIL: email@example.com
Weather. Does the sunshine cheeryou upafterthe bleak days of winter or does the pollen it brings mean streaming eyes and a snotty nose? Graham Easton finds outjust what being "underthe weather" means. Repeated from yesterday
By AS Byatt. Last part of the first novel in the quartet. 8: Frederica is determined to win Alexander's love and Marcus becomes increasingly worried by Simmonds's disturbing behaviour.
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The last in the series of debates on the nation's moral health comes from Amnesty International in London where Edward Stourton asks if, despite our hopes for a better world, we are sinking once more into a culture of cruelty and violence.
Editor Michael Blastland Repeated Saturday 10.15pm
In the last of his four essays on the lives of prime ministers afterthey leave office, Tony Howard muses on those who have seen their reputations rise and fall with the fashions of the time. Producer Dominic Black Repeated from Sunday
Fear is required for our survival, but when it is not regulated it becomes responsible for anxiety and some of the symptoms of depression. As new brain imaging techniques uncoverforthe first time the processes underlying human emotion, Peter Evans examines how seeing our feelings reveals a range of new insights-from enhancing the storage of memories, to the causes and treatments of psychiatric disorders.
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Michael Feydeau-TV's much loved Inspector Niblett - and David Pershore , the crime expert with form, are your hosts forthis evening's selection from the caverns of criminality. They serve up a potent brew of deceit, fraud, the occult and a dash of murder.
Michael Feydeau is the celebrity editor of The Oxford Big Book of Famous Slayings. Written by and starring Steve Punt and Hugh Dennis. Director Adam Bromley
The continuing audio diaries by Salford's new poet-in-residence, as he brings a little culture to the people ofthe North. 2: Chips off an Angry Block Ralph immerses himself in the real world poetry heard in a Salford chippy. But is the attractive single mum who works there fast becoming his muse? Featuring James Quinn with Alison Darling ,
Jack Deam , Mark Chatterton , Stephen Hoyle and Jemma Thompson. Producer Graham Frost
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