Presented by Becky Harris. I Come with Joy to Meet My Lord (BarchesterFair). Luke 24, w28-35.
The Lord Is Risen Indeed (William Billings). I Am the Bread of Life (Toolan, arrwilson). Director of music Alan Wilson. Producer Philip Billson
Written and read by Jane Lapotaire. 3: HollyCottage Afterthree and a half weeks in intensive care, Lapotaire returns to England to convalesce in a friend's cottage in Warwickshire. For details see Monday Repeated at 12.30am
By Gareth Edwards. Last in the comedy drama series about a community of artists in Cornwall. 6: A Brush with Death. Tamsin works to complete the centrepiece of her first solo exhibition. But first she has to do her ironing, paint the bathroom and buy some hobnobs. Then Gerard suffers a heart attack while on a booze cruise in France.
Producer Katie Tyrrell
Marcus Dave Lamb:
By Stephen Mollett. When workmates Izzy and Gina take a holiday cottage in St Ives together, Gina seems to attract men like bees to a honeypot. Izzy, however, finds her seaside romance elsewhere in the visitors' book.
Director David Hunter
3: Ken Wiwa meets fellow Nigerian Fola Adeola , founder of one of the country's biggest banks. He gave up his director's chair to try to solve the problem of graduate unemployment and set up a foundation to promote entrepreneurial flairwith a mission to create 50,000jobs by 2015. For details see Monday
By Jim Eldridge. Another chance to hear the comedy series about the fictional school.
2: The Real Thing.You might call it a concert promotion, but Mrs Devon has another word for it.
Producer John Fawcett Wilson
By Gemma McMullan. 3: Shopping for Food and Love Brian and Jenny venture to their local supermarket singles'night. Will they find love at the deli counter or is this approach to love well past its sell-by date? For details see Monday Repeated from 10.45am
The last of this year's series of lectures, in which Professor VS Ramachandran examines what science is discovering about the human mind. 5: Neuroscience: the New Philosophy
How the study of neuroscience is transforming our understanding of humanity and its place within the cosmos. Presented by Sue Lawley from the Neuroscience Institute, San Diego.
Editor Gwyneth Williams Producer Charles Sigler Repeated Saturday [web address removed]
Last in a series of lectures recorded in the early
1960s by historian AJP Taylor on the changing power of the prime minister. With Professor Peter Clarke , master ofTrinity Hall, Cambridge. 3: Disraeli. He was a flashy novelist who married for money, and a flatterer who was a cynical opportunist but never managed to enterthe Establishment. Yet he became the prime minister.
ProducerMatt Thompson Repeated from Sunday
Dinobirds. The robin in the garden and the roast chicken on the table are just the most recent stages in the evolution of dinosaurs, say fossil experts. Peter Evans examines the latest evidence in the form of spectacular feathered dinosaur fossils from China that are fuelling a debate on the origins of feathered flight. Producer Martin Redfern
A new series of the comedy starring James Quinn.
The return of Sir Ralph, poet-in-residence for Salford, as he wanders the streets of Ordsall and Weaste in his silk scarf and panama, seamlessly blending in with the natives. 1: At the Neighbourhood Clinic With Judy Flynn , Alison Darling , Neil Bell , Jemma Thompson and Tony Melody. Producer Graham Frost
By Llewella Gideon and Lynn Peters. A third series for the comedy drama about a thirty-something actress waiting for a big break. Or any kind of break. 1: Cleaning Up HerAct. Cynthia is left holding
Gaynor's baby for five minutes, which turns into a whole day. This makes getting to her audition into a nightmare. With Llewella Gideon , Brian Bovell , Jo Martin , Roger Griffiths and Mandy Knight. Music by Clement Ishmael Producer Gareth Edwards
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