Tocommemoratethe40thanniversaryofthe I have a dream" speech, five writers offertheir unique angle on King's life, career and legacy. 1: Arundhati Roy reads her specially commissioned essay on King. Producer Emma Harding Repeated at 12.30am
Presented by Dr Pauline Webb. Forth in Thy Name, 0 Lord, I Go (Song 34). 1 Samuel 17, w32-37. Faithful Shepherd Feed Me (Pastor Pastorum). Great Is Thy
Faithfulness (Faithfulness). With the Holme Valley Singers. Director of music James Morgan.
( from 10.35) Jenni Murray presents the programme from Scarborough's historic waterfront spa. Including live music, cookery, and an exploration of the unique culture and history of the east coast.
10.45 On the Banks of Plum Creek Part6ofthe Woman's Hourdrama. Drama repeated at 7.45pm
England v South Africa
Commentary on the fifth and final day play of the Fourth Test at Headingley. Including at 12.45 Your Letters Answered.Email:firstname.lastname@example.org.
Producer Peter Baxter *Approximate time
The first of two programmes following a team of nurses in Birmingham, caringfor people in their own homes. 1: A 65-year-old cancer patient wants to die at home. The nurses' task is to make the last few weeks of his life as comfortable as possible. Producer Brian King
By Maggie Graham. Thirty-something Lizzie Burns is a mature student in the final year of an English degree at Glasgow University - but she's haunted by the fear of failure and her dead mother. Director Bruce Young (R)
Sitting on a Fortune?lncreasing numbers of older people want to use the value of their home to provide them with extra income in retirement. Brian Moore joins Lesley Curwen to investigate the pitfalls of "equity release". Extended repeat from Saturday at 12.04pm
By Nicci Gerrard , adapted in ten parts by Lauris Morgan-Griffiths and read by Haydn Gwynne. 6: More than 20 years after her father's disappearance, the death of their mother brings Edie and her sisters back togetherto sift through the family's belongings. Producer Kate McAII
Nicholas Parsons takes the most pernickety of panel games to Malvern where the players are Tony Hawks, Linda Smith , Chris Neill and Clement Freud. Producer Claire Jones Repeated Sunday 12.04pm
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Laura Ingalls Wilder 's evocation of pioneer life through the eyes of a child, dramatised in ten parts by Jennifer Howarth. 6: Having settled in Minnesota and started school, the Ingalls' girls need to buy a slate for class but Pa can't afford it. They make the mistake of going to the Oleson's store.
Violinist Brian Hardy Musical director Gerard Mooney Director/producer Mary Ward Lowery
The first of two programmes in which Zareer Masani draws on official documents, eye-witness memories and the BBC sound archive for new insights into British race relations. 1: Police officers on duty in Notting Hill during the infamous race riots of 1958 bear witness to a deep level of racism, which went completely unchecked at the time. What caused those weeks of violence and how did the authorities COpe? Producer Sue Davies
Nearly ten per cent of the world's tourists once made their way to the "paradise island" of Bali, but October's nightclub bombing put an end to that.
Rosie Goldsmith travels to Bali to look at the ways in which the island is trying to buy itself a more diverse and sustainable future. Repeated from Thursday
Connie St Louis looks at the physical and mental-health problems associated with the migration of communities. Why do people who move from a less developed countryto a more developed one get sick? And do these populations maintain their natural resistance when they move? Producer Helen Sharp
By William Maxwell. A ten-part adaptation, read by William Hootkins , of the novel that tells how a childhood friendship is betrayed in the aftermath of a murder in rural Illinois. Producer Jill Waters
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