Presented by the Rev Roger Hutchings Alleluia ,
Alleluia, Give Thanks to the Risen Lord (Fisnel). Acts 2, W22-23; 32-36. Ex Ore Innocentium
(Ireland). Christians, Lift Up Your Hearts (Salve Festa Dies). Director of music Richard Tanner.
A shirt is not just something to cover the back. It can also stand for extreme political views. Along with the black shirts, this programme looks at red, blue, green and white ones. Witn junan Putkowski. Producer Matt Thompson
Jason Slater, a 21st-century English teacher from Cheadle Hulme, Greater Manchester, wakes up one Sunday morning in Macclesfield in 1834. Ned, his faithful valet, fails to shed any light on the situation.
With the help of a couple of toads and an ancient rhyme, the landscape detectives are setthe challenge of discovering why people first settled in the village of Bonsai in Derbyshire. With BrettWestwood. Producer Grant Sonnex
by Robert Shearman.
Every Wednesday, Claire and Simon look forward to their friend Roger's visit, which helps them escape from their lonely marriage for a few hours. Trouble is, Roger is turning out to be not quite the kind of person they'd imagined.
In the first of a new series, Connie St Louis looks at our changing bodies. Are we falling apart? Greying hair, creakingjoints, failing eyesight all seem to creep up on us in middle age. What causes these changes and is there anything we can do to prevent them or at least reduce their impact? Repeated from yesterday at 9pm
Another chance to hear Christopher Fitz-Simon 's six-part comedy-drama series. Having made her decision to remain in Skibbogue and assume contro of Butler's Funeral Furnishers, Frances discovers that it's not the dead but the living who are going to cause her most grief.
Music by Neil Brand Director Eoin O'Callaghan
By George Eliot. Mr Tulliver has made Tom swear on the bible to take revenge on Wakem, the lawyer he blames for his downfall.
Maggie cannot see how life will ever be joyful again.
For details see Monday Repeated from 10.45am
Michael Buerk chairs another live debate in which Claire Fox , Steven Rose , Ian Hargreaves and Melanie Phillips cross-examine witnesses who hold passionate but conflicting views on the moral issues behind one ofthe week's news stories.
Producer David Coomes Repeated Satuday at 10.15pm
Christopher Silvester investigates the secret world of political speech writing and reveals the real stories behind some key speeches of recent times. Editor Nicola Meyrick Producer Zillah Watson Repeated from Sunday 10.45pm
This week's programme in the series looking at some of the world's most famous research organisations focuses on the story of the Bell Laboratories in the USA, birthplace of the transistor, satellite communication and the mobile phone. David Robertson finds out how a once-wealthy lab is weathering the storm of deregulation, stock-market collapse and scientific scandal.
A new series of poetry and the spoken word, characterised by a less formal approach, features in its first show two performers: Shortman, a rap poet, and the new artist, Alison. Compered by poet, actor and dancer Dr Stewart. Producer Graham Frost
By Brendan O'Casey. 1: Introducing Me and The
Dinner Date. Mark Williams is a hapless, jazz-loving, humble bee who resolves to keep an audio diary of the minutiae of his largely uneventful life. This week he introduces himself and his lovely home and plans a dinner date.
Producer Roxana Silbert
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