Presented by Canon Noel Vincent. 0 God of Bethel
(Salzburg). 1 Chronicles 22, w6-16. See, a Son Shall
Be Born to You (McDowall). Light's Abode, Celestial Salem (Regent Square). With Portsmouth Grammar
School Choir. Director of music James Henderson.
As the numbers of Muslim students continue to rise, Felicity Finch explores the tensions between the demands oftheirfaith and the conventional view of student years as a time of experimentation and sudden freedom. And how do the seats of learning respond to their needs? Do they provide adequate prayer rooms and halal food, or do they not think twice about scheduling exams during Ramadan -a bit like a Christian sitting finals on Christmas Day? Producer Paul Kobrak
By Mike Coleman.
June Whitfield and Roy Hudd star as the showbusiness couple Tommy Franklin and Sheila Parr, who get a second stab at fame, despite the hindrance of their agent, Lewis Elstein. This week, Murray finds love and Sheila seems to have a new hobby. Also starring the late Pat Coombs.
Taking part in the final are a botanist, a wildfowl centre manager and an ecological consultant. Host Lionel Kellewaytests them on their specialist knowledge of whales, Gerald Durrell and trees of the world in the quest to find the Naturalist of the Year. Producer Sheena Duncan
The last in this series of David Ashton 's detective stories set in Victorian Edinburgh.
4: Stab in the Back. A desperate race against time for McLevy and Constable Mulholland , as a hired killer roams the dark wynds and back alleys of Leith, knife at the ready.
Director Patrick Rayner
Mistress Jean Brash:
3: Reef Admirals. Chris Sperring is on the chalk downlands above Lulworth Cove in Dorset, on the lookout for new arrivals making an incredible journey across the English Channel: the fragile, strikingly-coloured red admiral butterfly. Producer Sheena Duncan
By Lynn Ferguson. 5: Growth. Bunty is nowhere to be found after an official from the European Community arrives on the island to inspect her vegetables.
Meanwhile, the fitness bug has hit Millport, but is thwarted by the lack of sports facilities.
Producer Lucy Bacon
By Leo Tolstoy. Dramatised by Robert Forrest.
3: Levin tries to forget women, and Anna meets County Vronsky again.
Director Patrick Rayner Repeat of 10.45am
Michael Buerk chairs a live debate on the moral conundrums behind one of the week's news stories. Claire Fox , Ian Hargreaves , Melanie Phillips and Steven Rose cross-examine witnesses who hold passionate but conflicting views.
Producer David Coomes Repeated Saturday 10.15pm
In the first of two programmes, former Labour Party leader Michael Foot describes his relationship with the leaders he served under: Clement Attlee , Hugh Gaitskell , Harold Wilson and James Callaghan , recalling periods of triumph, defeat and despondency. Repeated from Sunday 10.45pm
1: Lucifer's Legacy. We live in an asymmetrical world full of asymmetrical beings. The human body may seem to be symmetrical at first glance, but it is packed with asymmetrical organs. Howthe embryo determines its left from its right is now startingto be understood. Frank Close begins his three-part journeyto solve the mystery of the lopsided universe. The reader is Crawford Logan. Producer Louise Dalziel
Another chance to hear cartoonist Steven Appleby 's abnormal scrutiny of everyday life in this four-part comedy series. 1: Normal Kids. Steven unearths an alien conspiracy to turn the world into a holiday camp for kids. With Paul McCrink as Steven Appleby and featuring Rachel Atkins , Ewan Bailey , Nigel Betts and Rosalind Paul. Director Toby Swift
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