Presented by the Very Rev Ken Ri ley. Spirit of God
(Skye Boat Song, arr Walker). 1 Peter 1, wl3-21.
Let Your Behaviour Change (Walker). All My Hope on God Is Founded (Michael). Director of music Christopher Walker.
Sierra Leone. Sierra Leone is striving to put aside years of horrific violence and civil war The surface signs are good: underthe guidance of a British officer, the country is building a police force that consists of former enemies. Muslims and Christians intermarry and work jointly for peace. But what will happen when the international peacekeepers depart and the attention of the world is diverted elsewhere? Julian Pettifer explores how deep the roots of Sierra Leone's reconciliation really run. Producer Tony Grant Repeated Monday 8.30pm
Two gentle giants - both octogenarians- meet up in New York City to salute folk music in all its forms.
Pete Seeger. writer and performer of countless enduring songs such as Where Have All the Rowers
Gone and If I Had a Hammer, talks to Sussex singer, author and collector Bob Copper , whose recordings, publications and performances of his family's s collection of songs has helped to preserve some of the best-loved traditional songs in the British Isles. Producer Angela Hind
England v India
Commentary on the fifth match in the triangular one-day series at the Riverside ground at Chester-le-
Street Durham, by Harsha Bhogle , Henry Blofeld , Simon Mann and Mark Saggers. With expert comments from Graeme Fowler and Sunil Gavaskar. Producer Peter Baxter * Approximate time
Actress Kim Hicks has recreated, from original journals, ajourneyto Australia made on Mr Brunei's Victorian "wonder of the modern age," the SS Great Britain. Excitement, new experiences and sadness are in store forthe passengers, whose descriptions oftheirjourney of a lifetime are as fresh, funny and poignant now as when they were written. Director Sara Davies
4: The Island at Noon. By Julio Cortazar of Argentina. A steward on a flight notices a beautiful Greek island and becomes obsessed with visiting this paradise. Read by David Thorpe. For details see Monday
4: Back to Black. Black is always in vogue in clothes and furnishings. In rural Rajahstan, can the ancient craft of producing and printing natural black rely on western fashion buyers? Fordetails see Monday
William Dalrymple investigates the roots of spirituality in Britain. 4: In the Company of Friends. The 12th century saw a huge growth in monastic communities based on love of God and friendship with each other. Today William Dalrymple visits Rievaulx abbey, home to the abbot Aelred, nowthe patron saint of gay Christians in America. Producer Rosemary Dawson
Once upon a Time in Whitehall. In this unpredictable world, the latest big idea forthinking about the problems of government is "scenario planning": story-telling about the long term. But is it any good, and how could it be used to guide policy? Ian Christie investigates. Producer Michael Blastland RptdSun
Geoff Watts meets oceanographers who are studying how the oceans are changing under global warming, using specially designed buoys, and biologists who are tracking flying insects that are pests to farmers. Producer Alexandra Feachem E-MAIL: email@example.com
By Patricia Highsmith. Adapted by Shaun McKenna. 3: As each day passes and Greg is still missing, Detective Lippenholtz is finding Robert's story harderto believe.
Original music composed and performed by David Chilton Director Marion Nancarrow
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