Presented by Judy Merry. Where Love and Loving
Kindness Dwell (Maisemore). 1 John 4, w7-12. Ubi Caritas (Durufle). God Is Love: Let Heaven Adore Him (Hyfrydol). Director of music Paul Leddington Wright.
Mike Wooldridge introduces programmes from Canterbury, setting the scene for the service of enthronement of Dr Rowan Williams.
2.20 Church Going Jeremy Vine assesses the state of the Church of England that DrWilliams will inherit. Producer Amanda Hancox Revised repeat.
2.50 Live coverage continues, including the swearing of the oath of obedience and deliverance of Dr Williams's first sermon as Archbishop. Music includes a new work by James MacMillan and a setting for harp and voice of a poem by Dr Williams. Organist and master of the choristers David Rood. ProducerMarkO'Brien
Shirley has put up with marriage to the overbearing Vernon for 20 years. Her only friend is the butcher, and it is to the butcher that she turns when she finds that, in spite of plenty of greens and red meat, she becomes at first translucent and then completely invisible.
4: 22 Hans Place, Knightsbridge, London Allan Beswick talks to historian Michael Kennedy about the drama, intrigue and final ultimatum that led to the Anglo-Irish agreement, and the events that took place at this address in October 1921. For details see Monday
Quentin Cooper talks to Michael Newton , author of this week's Woman's Hour drama Savage Girls and Wild Boys, about what science can learn from feral Children. ProducerPam Rutherford EMAIL: firstname.lastname@example.org
Late in 1939. the threat of German bombs and possible invasion inspired an ambitious and largely forgotten art scheme. The Recording Britain project dispatched artists around the countryto capture endangered landscapes and buildings. Presented by Patrick Wright. Producer JohnGoudie
With Britain's railways again facing a financial crisis, Alan Whitehouse looks back 40 years to the Beeching Report, which led to massive cuts in the network. In the first of two programmes he reassesses Beeching's reputation and untangles the Whitehall Spin Of that time. Producer Ian MuirCochrane
Sail of the Century. The Queen Mary 2 is the largest liner ever built and continues a British tradition.
Peter Day goes behind the scenes with some of the people who have spent years planning this huge ship and asks who will sail in herwhen she is ready to cross the Atlantic in 2004. Editor Stephen Chilcott Producer Sandra Kanthal Rptd on Sunday 9 30pm
Claudia Hammond investigates whetherwinninga sporting trophy is simply mind over matter. She talks to sport psychologists about why athletes with the ability to win often don't. Producer Alexandra Feachem
3: A Moving Story. It's a new era as son Darren leaves home. John is sad to see him go, especially as his contribution to the household budget will be missed. A sudden change in Ken's domestic situation may be a help to John. Written and performed by Graham Fellows. Producer Dawn Ellis
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