Presented by Nigel Lee. 0 Lord Give Me Power
(Spiritual). Isaiah 40, w9-ll. He Shall Feed His
Flock (Handel). Go, Tell It on the Mountain (Go, Tell on the Mountain). With the Mastersingers. Director of music James Morgan.
Ariel Dorfman offers a Latin-American perspective on King'steachings. He draws parallels between the struggle for civil rights and the struggle against the dictatorship of General Pinochet in Chile. For details see Monday Repeated at 12.30am
They turned central London upside down. There were more than 150 arrests and chaos reigned until the early hours. And all because London University couldn't hold a Guy Fawkes procession. Alan Dein retraces the student demonstrations of November 1953. Retired judges, naval officers and teachers who took part recall their experiences. Producer Matthew Dodd
By William Cooper. Continuing this four-part dramatisation of the ground-breaking comic novel, exploring the lives and loves of a schoolmaster and his friends in prewar Leicester. 2: Not as Good as a Play. Joe and Tom are planning to emigrate to
America but Myrtle and Steve have other ideas.
Director David Blount
More puzzles from Chris Masianka and the panel.
This week's guests are crossword editor Val Gilbert , mathematican Rob Eastaway and author and puzzle compiler Philip Carter.
Send in puzzles and answers to puzzle.paneiebbc.co.uk or Puzzle Panel, BBC Radio 4. London W1A 1AA Producer Clare Csonka
A rerun of the four-part series of David Ashton 's popular detective stories, set in Victorian Edinburgh. 1: A Good Walk Spoilt. A body is found on Leith Links on the eve of a major golf championship. McLevy is no fan of the game and soon finds himself deep in the rough.
Director Patrick Rayner (R)
Another programme in a series from Cape Town. 4: Policing.During apartheid, the police were in many ways the agents and enforcers of an oppressive ideology. In the post-apartheid era, how does the police force function? Laurie Taylor goes to the Cape Town black townships of Guguletu and Khayelitshato look at research into non-state policing. Producer Tony Phillips
Graham Easton explores the world of burns medicine, visiting a unit in East Grinstead that has pioneered plastic surgeryfor victims, and looks at the evidence for and against the use of ever more potent sun creams. Repeated from yesterday at 9pm
By Amanda Murphy. 6: It's crunch time for Cassie, who's decided that having her dad live with her is no bed of roses. More importantly, she hears what her heart has been trying to tell her for a while.
Director Graham Frost (R)
By Laura Ingalls Wilder. 8: The Ingalls family is in debt because the harvest is ruined. Pa has been working back east to earn some money and the girls count the days till his return.
For details see Monday Repeated from 10.45am
Tonight, the Football Association: impotent governing body or trusted guardian of English football? Edward Stourton chairs a debate from
Notts County, England's oldest professional club, between FA board member David Sheepshanks and journalist David Conn , with an invited forum of experts.
Producer Jim Frank Repeated on Satuday at 10.15pm
In the first part of a series about political rivalries, Brian Walden examines the mix of friendship and feuding between Roy Jenkins and Tony Crosland when they were leading Labourfigures.
Producer Martin Rosenbaum Repeated from Sunday 10.45pm
New series Heather Couper uncovers the mysteries of Mars. 1: Approaching Mars. Why are we so fascinated by our neighbouring planet, and what would it be like to go there? With readings by Michael Perceval-Maxwell . Producer Monise Durrani A Mars a day: page 31
Comedy written by Niall Clark about a hapless human who is changed into a fish by creatures from another civilisation and sent on a satirical undersea quest. 2: Stuck as a Fish. Ronan nearly winds up as a permanent exhibit in an underwater museum.
Producer Maria Esposito
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