Presented by Christine Morgan. Holy, Holy, Holy (Nicaea). Matthew 5, wl7-20. Remember Not, Lord, Our Offences (Purcell). Take My Life
(Nottingham). Director of music Gordon Stewart. Producer Philip Billson
Dr Christopher Haigh , one of Britain's leading historians of Elizabethan society, goes in search of the connections between Elizabethans of the 16th and 21st centuries.
3: Society. Dr Haigh explores how both Elizabethan societies deal with social change on a grand scale: asylum seekers, single parents, the unemployed and the career criminal. Are we any better now at seeking solutions to society's problems? Producer Sarah Taylor
By Gareth Edwards. A new six-part drama series, set in a remote town in Cornwall, about a close-knit community of artists who usually hate each other's work and sometimes hate each other as well.
1: Moor Will Mean Worse
Producer Katie Tyrrell
3: "The most cruell and bloody murder committed by an Innkeeper's Wife." Justin Champion rifles through the popular murder pamphlets of the Elizabethan era to find out about murder mostfoul. Fordetails see Monday
Ethnic minorities in Britain's countryside are a small but highly visible section of the population.
Laurie Taylor hears about the specific manner in which rural racism manifests itself and why separate policies may be required to counteract it. Producer Jacqueline Smith
Cognitive behavioural therapy has become the treatment of choice for any number of psychological problems - from post-traumatic stress disorder to eating disorders. Now, it is even being used with patients with cancer and diabetes. Dr Raj Persaud meets Professor Aaron Beck. the creator of CBT, and hears what he thinks of the various directions his therapy has taken. Producer Marya Burgess
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By Mervyn Stutter. This week the return of Pam's absent husband Dominic means that Merv faces the double dilemma of finding a newjob and a new place to live. The regulars in the vodka-and-veggie bar offer their advice but Merv has his own ideas on how to woo his ex and attract some new customers.
Producer Mario Stylianides
Francine Stock chairs the arts show and meets the writer Andrew O'Hagan , whose new novel,
Personality, focuses on the rise and fall of a child star, a girl with a "giant voice" who wins a TV talent ShOW. Producer Angharad Law
By Christopher Denys , starring Nerys Hughes.
8: Mister Showbusiness. Joyce Pilton , sweet 16 and still star-struck, falls into the clutches of seedy talent show host Larry Parry , who would like to see her perform a different sort of act.
Fordetails 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
3: The Sleeping Lion. Mark Stephen climbs the rocky hill that dominates Edinburgh's skyline. He follows in the footsteps of James Hutton , the father of modern geology, to discover a rich story of a dormant volcano and the age of the Earth. Producer Louise Dalziel
6: Normal Truth. This week Steven bravely decides to depart from his usual format and end the series by telling the truth. This proves to be a less than wise career move. With Paul McCrink as Steven Appleby and featuring Rachel Atkins , Ewan Bailey , Nigel Betts and Rosalind Paul. Producer Toby Swift
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