Presented by Christine Morgan. Come, Holy Spirit,
Come (Diademata). 1 Corinthians 12, w4-ll. In Christ Jesu (Leighton Jones ). 0 Thou Who Camest from Above (Hereford). Director of music Michael Leighton Jones.
Tony Hawks concludes a look at Britain s brave but doomed attempt to compete in the space race. 2: Dan Daren 't. Three decades ago Britain s satellite launcherflewforthe first and lasttime. Not so much a giant leap for mankind as a small step taken by rather cold feet. Nowadays, the only people attempting to reach space from Britain are amateur rocketeers and optimistic entrepreneurs.Tony Hawks sets off to meet them. Producer Adam Fowler
Comedy by Jim Poyser, in which a 21st-century English teacher wakes up in 19th-century Macclesfield.
Ned needs a girlfriend, but not as much as he needs some root-canal work. Millicent needs some love and Jason needs some lessons in 19th-century courting.
By Lucy Gough . A haunting playtellingthe story ota young prisoner contemplating suicide. As Mags is taken from her prison cell into the "sui" cell, she journeys into her subconscious where she encounters an ethereal figure - her own soul -who is trvinotn rpstnrpto Maeswhatis left of heriite.
Director Peter Leslie Wild
Laurie Taylor talks about inter-group hostilities and tensions in urban ethnic neighbourhoods with Professor William Julius Wilson of Harvard University and Professor Anne Power of the London School Of Economics.
Professor William Julius
In the last programme ofthe series, Connie St Louis explores men's health in middle age. She finds out who is most prone to heart disease and looks at different treatments for prostate cancer. Repeated from yesterday at 9pm
Christopher Fitz-Simon 's funereal comedy-drama series. 5: Butler's Funeral Furnishers have managed to see off the Nearys' objections to their new crematorium in Skibbogue, but no one had reckoned on Margot Neary spreading an unpleasant rumour about Frances's relationship with Finbar Doran.
Music by Neil Brand Director Eoin O'Callaghan
By Elizabeth E Banks . 3: At Mrs Brownlow's. In this more liberal establishment, Lizzie finds that all live in fear of the cook and the kitchen maid.
With Bruce Purchase , Liza Sadovy and Stephen Critchlow For details see Monday Repeated from 10.45am
Michael Buerk chairs another live debate in which Michael Gove , Steven Rose , Ian Hargreaves and Melanie Phillips cross-examine witnesses who hold passionate but conflicting views on the moral issues behind one of the week's news stories.
Producer David Coomes Repeated on Saturday at 10.15pm
Simon Heffer concludes a series on the lessons for the present day to be drawn from Matthew Arnold 's Culture and Anarchy. 3: Our Liberal Practitioners Editor Nicola Meyrick Producer Dennis Sewell Repeated from Sunday 10.45pm
Every day we take around 20,000 breaths. For most of us this happens automatically, but what exactly, are we exposing ourselves to? And what is the link between air pollution and respiratory disease? Quentin Cooper looks at the air we breathe. Producer Julian Mayers
Tonight's edition of the new poetry and spoken word show includes an appearance by the performance poet David J with his tale of a werewolf. Also featured is powerful young black wordsmith Oneness. Presented by poet/actor/dancer Dr Stewart. Producer Graham Frost
By Brendan O'Casey. 4: Red Admiral and Doing the Dishes. More highlights from the hapless, jazz-loving humble bee's diary. This week he meets a red admiral butterfly and does some housekeeping.
Producer Roxana Silbert
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