Presented by Judy Merry. When Morning Gilds the Skies (Laudes Domini). Luke 13, w6-9. Like a Tree
Planted by the Water (Ford). 0 For a Closer Walk with God (Caithness). Director of music Gordon Stewart.
As the Bradford Bulls return to their newly refurbished stadium, this programme examines the club's plans forthe future, including hopes that more Asians can be encouraged to take up the game of rugby. Producer Sue Mitchell
By Tom Jamieson and Nev Fountain. A new six-part L comedy by the writers of Dead Ringers, set in Cornwall in the 18th century. If smugglers were the rock stars of the day, Tamsyn Trelawny was Drumlin
Bay's very own Ms Dynamite. But how will she cope when a keen young soldierfrom London is appointed as the new local customs collector?
Other characters played by Phil Nice Producer Jan Ravens
More puzzles from Chris Masianka and the panel as they do their utmost to baffle each other with brainteasers based on words, numbers and logic. On this week's panel are crossword editor Val Gilbert and mathematicians Professor David Singmasterand Rob Eastaway.
BBC Radio 4. London W1A 1AA Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Producer Jane Ray
By Kevin Mandry. When Deidre s husband begins his infatuation with outer space she's glad he's found a new hobby. But as his obsession spirals out of control Deidre must either find a way to bring him back toEarth,or join him on his iourneytothe stars.
Director Izzy Mant
Low self-esteem has long been seen as a consequence of social problems such as poverty, domestic abuse or unemployment, but nowadays it is also presented as one of the causes of social distress. Laurie Taylor talks to Frank Furedi about how and why the state increasingly presents itself as therapist to the nation. Producer Jacqueline Smith
Dr Raj Persaud returns with a new series exploring the limits and potentials of the human mind.
1: Is it possible to change one's personality? As researchers coin the term "false-hope syndrome" this programme debates whetherthe self-improvement industry is built on myth or if fundamental change is possible. Producer Marya Burgess Dr Mark Porter on the self-improvement industry: page 35
Another chance to hearthe literary quiz with atwist. Author of the week Samuel Taylor Coleridge tests the talents of regulars Sebastian Faulks and John Walsh with guests Stephen Fry and Lynne Truss. Reader Beth Chalmers. James Walton is in the chair.
Producer Dawn Ellis
By Trish Cooke. 3: Fifty-year-old Rosalyn Joseph finds the diaries for 1968 and remembers her teenage years. She has now been in England for five years and, despite missing her sister and grannie back in Dominica, Rosalyn is having fun. For details see Monday Repeated from 10.45am
Michael Buerk chairs a debate on the moral conundrums behind one of the week's news stories. Ian Hargreaves , Claire Fox , Steven Rose and Melanie Phillips cross-examine witnesses who hold passionate but conflicting views.
Producer David Coomes Repeated on Saturday
2: Teenagers. Jenny Eclair asks why images of teenagers are so popular in comedy. She selects clips from Victoria Wood, the Giums, Jasper Carrott , John Hegley , Adrian Mole , and The Royle Family to ask: are teenagers just naturally funny creatures? Producer Graham Frost
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