E Presented by the Rev Stephen Shipley from Trinity
Church, Wall Street, New York. Even So, Come Lord
Jesus (Paul Manz ). John 14, w22-27. Lord, Make
Us Instruments of Your Peace (Lee Hastings Bristol). Shall We Gather by the River (arr Copland). Director of music Owen Burdick.
- by Richard Picciotto. 3: The Collapse of the North Tower. "There was no fleeing from this cascading terror....the building was comingdowninatorrent and I would be for ever stuck in its middle no matter how fast ran." For details see Monday Repeated at 12.30am
Of all the people affected by the terrorist attacks on 11 September, one of the greatest impacts was on children. Sara Parker has visited schools throughout the UK to talk to children about how they tried to come to terms with what they witnessed on television and in newspapers. In words, music and drama they express how their own lives and feelings of security have been affected.
Producer Simon Elmes
New comedy series by Emma Clarke about a group of retired private investors, the Cheadle Chancers.
Fitted-kitchen mogul Maurice suspects he's being investigated by the mysterious stock-market online. But are the Men in Beige who they seem?
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HRH the Prince of Wales joins relatives of the victims of 11 September and representatives of the City of London and the American community in the UK. Led by the Rt Rev Richard Chartres, Bishop of London. With the choir of St Paul's Cathedral directed by John Scott.
rThe noises and voices that made up the day-to-day life in the Twin Towers have been collected and preserved by Nikki Silva and Davia Nelson , known as the Kitchen Sisters, and made into a soundscape memorial to the World Trade Center. Silva and Nelson talk about the inspiration forthis enormously ambitious audio project and what moved them most. Producer Ruth Evans Extended 10.30am
I As they faced death, many of the passengers on the planes on 11 September, and those trapped in the I World Trade Center, sent final messages to their families and friends. Almost without exception, these were messages of love. Anthony Sher reads a specially commissioned poem by Michael Symmons Roberts that explores voices and silences, last words and fragile networks that connect us with each other. Original music is composed by John Harle. Producer Jeremy Grange
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3: The Middle Finger- Sticking Its Head above the Parapet. Our longest finger is the most vulnerable to injury. But, like all fingers, it gives doctors vital clues to our health. Claudia Hammond discovers that a quick examination will tell whether we're anaemic or in the throes Of liver disease. Fordetails see Monday
As the "season of mists and mellow fruitfulness" falls outside, our inside world is increasingly weatherless in temperature-controlled offices and homes. So how has air conditioning transformed living and working practices? Laurie Taylor looks at the impact of this invisible technology. Producer Jacqueline Smith
By PG Wodehouse. Dramatised by Roger Davenport. 6: Mulliner's Buck U-uppo. Augustine Mullinerfinds that his Uncle Wilfred's latest potion transforms him into a tiger, with lasting impact on his marriage prospects and his role in the church. Director Ned Chaillet
Miss Postlethwaite/Jane/Aunt Angela:
A port/Rev Brandon:
A light ale:
A pint of stout/The bishop:
A small bitter/Augustine:
Another small bitter/Wilfred:
Testing the Nation. Nick Ross chairs a panel of leading thinkers and decision-makers as they cast a critical eye over matters of public policy. This week they look at methods of testing and assessment and ask whether, especially in light of the current pressure on schools and pupils, we test for the right things in the 21st century. Producer Sara Nathan Rptd Saturday 10.15pm
In 1979, Jim Callaghan 's Labour Government lost its Commons majority and had to rely on the support of the nationalist parties to survive. In return, they wanted devolution but it wasn't going to be easy.
Huw Edwards explains how James Callaghan lost a referendum and, in the process, lost power. Producer Chris Bond Repeated from Sunday 10.45pm
Cardiovascular disease is the biggest cause of premature death worldwide and the epidemic shows no sign of slowing down. Geoff Watts examines the latest research into prevention and treatments. 3: Brave New Heart. How is the latest lab-based research gearing up to cure heart disease where current surgery and drugs can only alleviate symptoms? Producer Adrian Washbourne
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