Presented by the Very Rev Ken Riley. Ye Servants of God (Paderbom). Psalm 146. Praise Our Lord, All Ye Gentiles (Byrd). May the Grace of Christ Our Saviour (Waltham). Director of music Christopher Stokes.
England v Zimbabwe
The first day's play in the First Test at Lord's. With commentary by Jonathan Agnew , Henry Blofeld ,
Simon Mann and Christopher Martin-Jenkins , and expert comments from Angus Fraser , Mike Selvey and Henry Olonga. Including at 12.45 County Talk and News summaries at 1.15 and 3.25.
Producer Peter Baxter * Approximate time
By Laurie Graham , starring Jean Alexander and Clive Swift. Pen Browning was the son of brilliant parents, poets Robert and Elizabeth Barrett Browning. Set in Italy, poor Pen's story is told through the astute eyes of down-to-earth Lily, his faithful servant from the time of his birth until the day of her death. "Mr Robert Browning were nobbut a little body, but he did cast a long shadow." With Bonnie Hurren. Susie Fugle , Chris Harris , Josh Boyden and Patrick Poletti Producer VivBeeby
Stewart Henderson presents the problem-solving show that helps provide some answers to those irritating questions from everyday life. Phone [number removed]firstname.lastname@example.org. Producer Joanne Coombs
Jenni Murray appeals on behalf of Women's Aid. This charity runs a 24-hour national helpline for women and children experiencing domestic violence. DONATIONS: [address removed] Credit-card donations: [number removed] Producer Sally Flatman
The novelist Sue Miller explains to Mariella Frostrup why she felt driven to write a memoir about her father's Alzheimer's. And Esther Freud champions Tove Jansson , best known forthe Moomin books. Repeated from Sunday
Thin and wispy cirrus clouds have a profound influence on our climate. Scientists at the University of Hertfordshire, collaborating with the Met Office, have found a way of studying these clouds in the laboratory and the results are already being used by the Met Office to update current climate models. Quentin Cooper speaks to the researchers who mave manged to create a cirrus cloud in the lab. Producer Sarah Empey EMAIL: email@example.com
3: With the onset of the warm weather, Mel and Vicki find that romance and dating are the order of the day. However, they find that carefully following the rules doesn't necessarily guarantee success. Starring
Mel Hudson and Vicki Pepperdine with Martin Hyder , Lewis MacLeod and Jim North. Script edited by Graeme Garden.
Written by the cast with Danny Robins , DanTetsell and Richie Devlin Music by Richie Webb Producer Chris Neill
4: Letters to God, by Julia Darling. Winifred writes letters to God about her marriage to James. On his last postal round before retirement, something happens to James which changes both their lives.
For details see Monday Repeated from 10.45am
Quirky documentary about Britain's first interplanetary probe, which is due to blast off on a Russian rocket in a few days' time. Beagle 2, the robot probe that will land on Mars and possibly discover signs of new life forms, is the brainchild of Professor Colin Pillinger of the Open University. An unusual man with unusual methods, this story is a testament to his efforts to get the project off the ground. Producer Martin Redfern
Past Masters. Management gurus constantly turn to historic figures to learn leadership lessons forthe here and now. But what can Alexander the Great, SunTzu, Shakespeare or Jesus tell bosses about how to tackle their businesses or their careers? Peter Day asks the experts.
Producer Amir Amirani Editor Stephen Chilcott Repeated on Sunday at 9.30pm
A A series of travelogues from comedian Ross Noble.
2: Ross travels to the other side ofthe world to investigate Adelaide. It is, as he finds out, a city of weirdness, in which men dressed in leotards wander the streets and the locals all seem to be hiding Something Sinister. Producer Danny Wallace
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