Presented by the Rev Dr Leslie Griffiths. This Joyful
Eastertide (arr Ledger). 1 Peter 1 w3-9.Now the Green Blade Riseth (trad, arr Lindley). Thine Be the Glory (Maccabaeus). With the Millennium Youth Choir. Director of music Gordon Stewart.
Family mediation is becoming increasingly popular in Britain as courts, lawyers and even the Lord Chancellortry to end the battles over property and children that occurwhen relationships break up This series follows the work of mediators as they attempt to resolve very different situations within families. Producer Susan Mitchell
By Gareth Edwards. Continuingthe comedy drama series about a community of artists in Cornwall.
5: The War of Dog. Tamsin buys a dog to prove she can have empathic relationships and therefore paint empathically. And Dolores persuades Nisha to let
Marcus landscape theirgarden, to which she agrees but only if every expense is spared.
Producer Katie Tyrrell
Adapted from Jane Gardam 's story The Tribute by Gabrielle Lloyd , who stars alongside Julia McKenzie and Margaret Tyzack.
Three ex-diplomatic wives discover, when they arrange a memorial to their old nanny, that there's no such thing as a trouble-free lunch.
Children from the Garden House School, London
Music arranged by Mcasso
Director Martin Jarvis
A special Easter edition from Belgium, where
Matthew Biggs , Roy Lancaster and John Cushnie are guests of the Gardeners' Club of Brussels. Chaired by Eric Robson.
Producer Trevor Taylor Shortened at 2pm
2: Jet by Catherine Smith. Beloved Nan is dead, leaving the family bereft and young Fern alone again. Conflict and menace rise as Nan's mysterious jet necklace seeks a new owner.
Read by Isabelle Scott-Plummer . <R)
3" Being deaf has been an enormous privilege ...
Deafness might be defined as an inability to hear as well as other people, but how far does it go towards defining a personality? Two film-makers explain how being profoundly deaf has shaped their identities. For details see Monday
Laurie Taylor examines the world of myths and what they tell us about ourselves. He'sjoined by a trilogy of champion tale-tellers, Daniel Donoghue , Stephen Knight and Marina Warner. producer Jacqueline Smith
By Jim Eldridge. Another chance to hear the revamped comedy series about the fictional school. 1: A Good Heart. The long summer holiday is over and it's D-Day minus one for the teachers of King Street Junior. producer Jonnt-awcett Wilson (K)
In this year's series of lectures Professor
VS Ramachandran examines what science is discovering about the human mind.
4: Purple Numbers and Sharp Cheese
Mixed signals that help explain language and metaphor. Presented by Sue Lawley from the Said Business School, Oxford. Repeated Saturday [web address removed]
Historian AJP Taylor was fascinated by the changing power of the prime minister. Recorded in the early 1960s for university lectures, here are some of his views. With Professor Peter Clarke , Master of Trinity Hall, Cambridge. 2: Pitt the Younger. Prime ministers often have to deal with barmy backbenchers but what happens when it's the king who's lost his mind? Pitt had to be careful not to drive George III out of his head and off his throne. Producer Matt Thompson Repeated from Sunday
When Einstein first proposed his general theory of relativity, no one could have predicted it would be nearly 90 years before it came close to being tested. Gravity Probe B is the satellite mission that is set to prove or disprove Einstein's theory. Peter Evans investigates one of the most ambitious physics experiments of our time and discovers why Nasa may pull the plug at the very last minute. Producer Alexandra Feachem
Coldly comical scenes from the city, late at night.
A lonely man wonders whether to phone the woman of his dreams. With Paul Merton , Richard Wilson ,
Julian Clary , Meera Syal , Liz Smith and Tilly Vosburgh. Producer Sarah Parkinson Music by Rex Brough and Robert Katz
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