Presented by the Rev Peter Whittaker. In Christ There Is No East or West (St Bernard). Ephesians 2, vv 13-18. O Saviour of the World (Goss). To God Be the Glory (To God Be the Glory). Director of music Paul Leddington-Wright
Fever Tree By Fiammetta Rocco. The story of how quinine transformed medicine and the history of the British Empire. 4: How the hunt for seeds leads a tenacious Cockney and his Peruvian sidekick to discover a tree of unbelievable beauty and power. But dark forces are out to get them. For details see Monday Repeated at 12.30am
Zimbabwe v South Africa
From the Rose Bowl, Southampton. The last qualifying match in the NatWest series. With commentary by Peter Baxter , Christopher Martin -
Jenkins and Simon Mann. Including News at 2.20pm. Producer Peter Baxter Approximate time
Often found in Central Africa, Ebola kills 80 percent of its victims. For the first in a new series, Pascale Harter goes to a remote village in the Republic of Congo where World Health Organisation doctors are trying to contain an Ebola epidemic. On herwayback to the capital, Brazzaville, she begins to feel unwell. Producer Geoff Adams-Spink
The Woody Guthrie Archive in New York holds his writings - in notebooks, even on paper bags and cigarette packets. His daughter Nora, who acts as both protector and caretaker of his work, presents her latest project, which brings together Guthrie's most intimate diaries and an unlikely group of famous musicians and artists. Producer Kay Ritchie
Using a mixture of drama and interviews with children who have lost a parent, poet and novelist Lavinia Greenlaw 's play is an exploration of how it feels to children when a parent dies. Director Jeremy Howe
Gayle Westcott , mother of nine-year-old Eleanor, appeals on behalf of the Foundation for Conductive Education, which helps disabled people achieve independence. Donations: [address removed]Credit-card donations: [number removed] Rpt of Sun 7.55am
4: Bonfires. An elderly woman disposes of some old letters and papers by burning them in the garden. But among the ashes her daughter discovers some surprising clues to her mother's past. Read by Tamara Kennedy. For details see Monday
Ten million years afterthe dinosaurs disappeared, the Earth emitted a spectacular burp, releasing millions of tons of methane gas into the atmosphere. The result was an incidence of global warming yetto be matched. Quentin Cooper finds out what the effects of that belch could tell us about modern-day climate change. Producer Jonathan Fildes EMAIL: email@example.com
By Hilary Mantel. 4: Learning to Talk. Theresa Miller is now in her teens. With a new father, in a new town she tentatively feels herwaytowards adult life.
For details see Monday Repeated from 10.45am
n Only Human. This new series begins by asking if there is anything unique about humans. Studies of apes and other primates have shown that we are not the only beings capable of morality and altruism. So how does society justify giving rights to all humans that are not extended to animals? Felipe Fernandez -Armesto investigates what it is to be human. Producer Innes Bowen Repeated on Sunday at 9.30pm
By Laurence Howarth. Dr Webster is looking after his 13-year-old daughter for the weekend but can't fathom why she isn't thrilled at the prospect of an evening in the pathology lab.
Music by Paul Mottram with vocals by Stephanie Benavente Producer Dawn Ellis
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