Presented by the Rev Stephen Shipley. Blest Are the Pure in Heart (Franconia). Psalm 62, wl-7. The Cherry Tree Carol (Trad, arr Cleobury). All My Hope on God Is Founded (Michael). Director of music Gordon Stewart.
By Norman Lewis , abridged by Katrin Williams and read by William Gaminara. 3: Local entrepreneur Jaime Muga has grand plans forthe village of Farol that threaten the villagers' way of life. For details see Monday Repeated at 12.30am
The last of the trilogy in which Esther Stone traces the fractured lives of children from broken homes.
3: Matthew and Sally meet for the first time in nearly three years for their elder son's birthday. Thirteen-year-old Chloe hopes it won't be an isolated event. And Dawn's children are waiting to see if their mother will get back together with their stepfather when he comes out of prison. Producer Brian King
By Tom Jamieson and Nev Fountain.
In the last programme of this series Tamsyn has joined the Preventives in order to get rid of Courageous Kate, who is not only top of the smuggling charts but also engaged to her Dad. Then things take an even more absurd turn.
Producer Jan Ravens
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By Daphne du Maurier, dramatised by Michelene Wandor. The young Madame la Marquise is away on holiday - alone and bored. But then she meets the local photographer and feels the thrill of being looked at. A classic du Maurier tale featuring an illicit, slow-burning passion and a surprise twist.
A week of stories about that timeless classic, the Little Black Dress. 3: Alma Martyr. Written and read by Susie Maguire. Radiating success, Midge is determined to give her old friends a day out to remember. They deserve it. For details see Monday
3: Ori Gersht is an Israeli photographer who draws inspiration from the Bible and creates visions of depopulated places-from bleak Judean landscapes to deserted Polish concentration camps. Producer Michael Nangla For details see Monday
It seems that the trauma for patients in intensive care units is not purely physical -the psychological impact can be equally devastating. This programme visits Liverpool, where researchers are looking for ways to limit the damage. Presented by Raj Persaud. EMAIL: email@example.com Producer Marya Burgess
A four-part sitcom by Mervyn Stutter. 1: Former lovers and now middle-aged business partners Pam and Mervtryto "get with it" by opening a cyber section in their Vodka and Veggie cafe. Chantal tells all about her latest bit of plastic surgery and Merv tries to persuade Pam that love is more important than the money of her new yet forever absent husband
Dominic. Oh, and the computers get stolen, too.
Producer Mario Stylianides
By Christopher Denys. It is the 1950s, the heyday of the Great British seaside holiday, and Llantwit-on-Sea is experiencing a boom. 3: The Hotelier. Arnold takes his first steps as an entrepreneur but it takes Matthew to see the real opportunities.
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. Michael Gove , Melanie Phillips , Claire Fox and Ian Hargreaves cross-examine witnesses who hold passionate but conflicting views.
Producer David Coomes Repeated on Saturday
2: Searching for the Dudley Bug. At first glance the Wren's Nest in Dudley, West Midlands, is an urban park enjoyed by dog walkers and joggers. But Mark Stephen discovers that it is also a massive defunct limestone quarry crammed with fossils, where the keen-eyed visitor can travel back 400 million years. Producer Louise Dalziel
5: Normal Oceanography. This week Steven wades enthusiastically into the world under the sea. With
Paul McCrink as Steven Appleby , and featuring Rachel Atkins , Ewan Bailey , Nigel Betts and Rosalind Paul. Producer Toby Swift
5: Placebo. To avoid being thrown outoftheirflat, the double act become medical guinea pigs to make some money. Written by and starring Sean Foley and Hamish McColl , with Michael Parkinson as himself. Producer Sally Avens
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