Presented by Canon Noel Vincent. Judge Eternal,
Throned in Splendour (Rhuddlan). Romans 8, w26-34. How Deep the Father's Love (Townend). 0 Lord, the Clouds Are Gathering (Kendrick). Director of music Andy Silver.
By Philip Norman. 4: Philip is set free from boarding school to discover that his father has made thrilling changes to the Pier Pavil ion and that Joan, the former femme fatale, has acquired a mystifying new identity. For details see Monday Repeated at 12.30am
England v Zimbabwe
The first day's play in the Second Test at Chester-le-Street Durham. With commentary by Jonathan Agnew ' Simon Mann and Christopher Martin-Jenkins , and expert comments from Vic Marks , Mike Selvey and Henry Olonga. Including at 12.45 County Talk and News summaries at 1.15 and 3.25.
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The extraordinary career of the "Voice of Britain", Howard Marshal outlined by David Rayvern Allen. With reporter James Hogg and comments from Raymond Baxter , Sarah Johnson , Andrew Marshall , and others and archive recordings of Marshall himself. Producer David Rayvern Allen
By Sheridan Le Fanu, dramatised by Don McCamphill.
Laura is a lonely girl living in a solitary castle in the south east of Austria. Into her life comes the beautiful and mysterious Carmilla, with whom Laura strikes up what will prove to be a dangerous friendship...
Stewart Henderson presents the problem-solving show that hel ps provide some answers to those irritating questions from everyday life. Phone [number removed]email@example.com. Producer Joanne Coombs
Lord Weatherill, former Speaker of the House of Commons, presents an appeal on behalf of The Graham Layton Trust. The trust raises money to support a network of nine hospitals in Pakistan that provide free eye treatment. Donations: [address removed] Credit-card donations: [number removed]. Producer Sally 7.55am
4: A Year of Achievement. Sir Edmund Hillary and Sherpa Tenzing Norgay climb Everest; at 38,Stanley Matthews tastes victory in the FA Cup; and the Queen Mum pi lots a plane travelling fasterthan a jet fighter. For details see Monday
A special programme from the second Cheltenham Festival of Science, which started yesterday and runs until Sunday. Its theme is time and space in all its forms, including a look at life at the extremes, the future of space travel and the possibilities of cryogenics. Quentin Cooper speaks to a handful of the scientists who are exploring space and time. Producer Sarah Empey EMAIL: firstname.lastname@example.org
5: In another episode of the sitcom-meets sketch show, Mel and Vicki feel it's time for a break. Starring Mel Hudson and Vicki Pepperdine with Martin Hyder , Jim North and Dave Lamb. Script edited by Graeme Garden.
Written by the cast with Danny Robins , Dan Tetsell and Richie Devlin Music by Richie Webb Producer Chris Neill
Liz Carney joins 150 Arab Israelis on a journey of discovery and reconciliation. Led by a priest from Nazareth and accompanied by a group of Jewish
Israelis and Jews from overseas, they are travelling to Auschwitz in orderto understand the suffering of the other side. Each group believes that by understanding the other's histories, peace maybe achieved in the Middle East. Producer Jennie Walmsley
Grapevine. Whispers, amplified by the internet, are playing a bigger part in public life. Peter Day finds out justwhat happens when rumours, gossip and scuttlebutt get muddled up in business.
Producer Sandra Kanthal Repeated on Sunday at 9.30pm
Last in the present series of comedy travelogues from Ross Noble. 4: Ross's travels take him to the style capital of Europe - Milan. There he learns some important lessons.... like never talk to an Italian man in the street. Apparently, they'll follow you home. Producer Danny Wallace
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