Presented by Judy Merry. God of Grace and God of Glory (Regent Square). Acts 9, w26-31. Ofora
Closer Walk (Stanford). We Will Lay Our Burden Down
(Laying Down). Director of music Christopher Stokes.
By Sarah Murgatroyd. 3: Having split his exploration party into three groups, Burke sets out on the toughest part of his journey, with William Wills , two other men and a handful of pack animals. For details see Monday Repeated at 12.30am
With Jenni Murray. The transition from child to stroppyteenager is one of the most stressful periods for most parents. Kate Rges , whose new book The Terrible Teens looks at this difficult period, gives advice on how to cope. 10.45 Drama Football Stories for Girls. Part 3. Drama repeated at7.45pm
In an absorbing interview with Dr Gillian Rice , Sri Lanka-born Sarojini Ariyanayagam unfolds the moving and painful story of how she came to terms with the skin condition vitiligo, which eventually caused herto lose the pigment over her entire body, to the extent that, movingfrom London to Miami where no one knows her history, she lives effectively as a white person.
Producer Sarah Blunt E-MAIL: firstname.lastname@example.org Dr Mark Porter on vitiligo: page 40
The last in the series set in Renaissance Italy, starring David Swift and Sian Phillips.
6: Royal Wedding Blues. All is not well in Monte Guano. The countess Rosalie has confessed that she no longer loves Prince Ludovico, at which news he has flown into a rage so terrible that he ripped off the roof to three hen houses and ate a whole Brussels tapestry. Will the Princess Plethora be ahlp to save the dav?
Producer Dawn Ellis
Nestled snugly in at the Wildfowl and Wetlands Trust at Slimbridge, Lionel Kelleway puts three more naturalists through their paces as they compete for a place in the semi-finals. Producer Sheena Duncan
Adapted and directed by Mick Gordon. This unique collection of real-life experiences was developed at the National Theatre Studio and first performed at the Gate Theatre, Notting Hill, in London. The cast celebrate the mysterious force thatgoverns all our lives in ajoyful, often comic, sometimes tragic look at this thing called love. The actors are Elliot Levey , Kay Curram , Gabrielle Lloyd , Michael Hadley , Lucy Hadley , Lucy Aebischer , Lindsey Kelly , William Mannering and Doreen Mantle. producer Rosalind Ayres
3: Persephone. By Kate Cameron. Thirteen-year-old "Seffie" finds herself in a tug-of-love battle between her estranged parents - everyone is asking her what she wants and no one is listening to her answers. Read by Sarah Paul. Fordetails see Monday
3: How the Anansi Stories GotTheir Name. In which the great Mr Tiger is beaten by a tiny spider. Today's story from the Caribbean was adapted for radio and performed byten-year-olds from St Stephen 's primary school in Deptford, London, with original music they wrote themselves. For details see Monday
Healing. You might "rub it better" when a child scrapes a knee: but what can you do to speed up the skin's healing process? Honey has been used as a medicine for thousands of years and scientists are now exploiting its properties to treat wounds and burns. And, if the injury is a broken bone, what can be done to help the bone knit together? Dr Graham Easton uncovers the latest research in healing. Repeat of yesterday 9pm
Lynn Ferguson 's bitter-sweet comedy series set on a tiny island on the west coast of Scotland.
1: Happy Returns. Irene Bruce is a barmaid frustrated with her "going nowhere fast" existence. It's her 33rd birthday and she plans to make it a good one. But the trouble with birthdays is that they tend to bring along a few surprises. The inhabitants of Millport decide this one isn't going to be an exception.
Producer Lucy Bacon
By Katie Hims.
3: Mr Belting's Diner. Carol works in a seaside diner. One day a famous footballer comes by and, taken by her Marilyn Monroe outfit, asks herto a game.
Fordetails see Monday Repeated from 10.45am
Michael Buerk chairs a live debate on the moral conundrums behind one of the week's news stories. Michael Gove , Ian Hargreaves , Melanie Phillips and Steven Rose cross-examine witnesses who hold passionate but conflicting views.
Editor David Coomes Repeated Saturday 10.15pm
1: From Plankton to Petrol Pump. Howard Stableford presents the first of two programmes that give the lowdown - in a rather unusual way - on the world's most precious resource: oil.
Producer Mary Colwell E-mail: email@example.com
By Chris Douglas , Andrew Nickolds and Nick Newman. 1: Eat the Dream. Pod makes a bid to run the opening ceremony of the 2003 Cricket World Cup.
With Chris Pavlo and Nicola Sanderson Producer Richard Wilson
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