Presented by Rev Roger Hutchings. Let All Mortal
Flesh Keep Silence (Picardy). Revelation 10, wl-7. God of Glory(Fellingham,arr Llewellyn). Crown Him with Many Crowns (Diademata). Director of music Gordon Stewart.
Argentina. They've had a bumper grape harvest this year in the Mendoza province in north-western
Argentina - almost the only ray of hope for a country in unprecedented crisis. Wine exports are one of the few sources of hard currency today and. as Julian Pettifer discovers, wineries are quietly optimistic about the future. He asks agriculture students at the local university whetherthey see away for Argentina to emerge from the political and economic disaster that has engulfed their country. ProducerTim Mansei
When France fell to the Nazis in 1940 jazz guitarist Django Reinhardt stayed in Paris and continued to play music banned by the Nazis. Half a million Gypsies were taken away and killed, so how did Reinhardt, himself a Gypsy, survive? Miles Kington takes a fresh look at a jazz legend.
A columnist advances a controversial view on a topical subject, then listeners can take issue by telephone. Presented by David Jessel. PHONE: [number removed] LINES OPEN from 1.30pm Producer Nick Utechin
Jeremy Vine appeals on behalf of HopeHIV, a charity which gives children orphaned by Aids in sub-Saharan Africa the foundations on which to build their future.
DONATIONS: HopeHIV. [address removed]Credit-card donations: Freephone [number removed]
Producer Anne-Marie Cole
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4: Green by Anne Enright. A woman returns to her home town in Ireland to set up an organic farm but is frustrated when the local restaurant refuses to buy her vegetables. Producer Tanya Nash For details see Monday
4: Norfolk's lifeboat service has changed considerably over 200 years, but those who volunteer to risk danger to save the lives of strangers are following a tradition laid down generations ago. Paul Heiney asks why do they do it. For details see Monday
Early birds and night owls take note - it's not your fault, it's all in the genes! A mutated gene determines whether or not you wil I be early to bed, early to rise or stay up late and get up late. Quentin Cooper speaks to the chronobiologists who are looking at the way ourgenetic make-up determines our sleep patterns. Producer Sarah Empey EMAIL: email@example.com
The Sony award-winning sitcom about management consultants returns. Join the team as they transform companies in ways they barely understand. This week they're working with Genforce, an energy firm with lots to hide. Producer Adam Bromley
Chris Gunness investigates the century-long history between the Philippines and its former colonial master, America. The USA conquered the country in the 1890s, when 600,000 Filipinos died. Washington promised to bring democracy, enlightenment and the American way to their "little brown brothers". But many in the Philippines say the USA was only looking out for its own self-interest. The Americans governed the country for nearly 500 years, and their influence continued even after independence. Now, with US special forces returning to the country to pursue
Islamic guerrillas, many in the Philippines feel that the American yoke is back. ProducerHugn Levinson
The Last Resort. There's war in the air-tests for immigration and classes in citizenship. But in the devolved, globalised multi-culture of shifting cultural tastes and reforming institutions that is Britain today, what kind of patriotism, if any, is possible?
Felipe Fernandez Armesto examines loyalty in the midst of Change. Producer Michael Blastiand Repeated on Sunday at 9.30prr
In upstate New York, scientists are studying birdsong to unlock the secrets of how we remember and why we forget. With the help of the canary and the zebra finch. Rami Tzabar reports on the neuroscientists who are teaching these birds to sing new songs. Producer Beth Eastwood EMAIL: firstname.lastname@example.org
Fantasy sitcom set in the world of Gravy. 3: "And the Hackett March On...." Milford, Parker and Marmite venture to Moran's ruins to try to locate the "ancient finding device", while Raamen Bod summons
General Geezerto finish them off once and for all ... Producer Mario Stylianides
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