The last of the series uncovering the world of African missionary pilots. 5: The Miracle of Sight. How
Christian Blind Mission reaches the unreachable and brings the gift of sight to the sightless. Producer Caroline Pare
Presented by the Rt Rev George Stack. Let Us Break
Bread Togetherwith the Lord (American). Luke 14, w 15-24 Love Bade Me Welcome (Vaughan
Williams). The Trumpets Sound (Kendrick). Director of music Gordon Stewart.
Ricky Tomlinson reads from his autobiography.
2: Tomlinson starts out as a plasterer, and at night he plays the banjo on the boisterous Liverpool pub Circuit. For details see yesterday Repeated at 12.30am
Live broadcast from the Women's Library, east London, in a debate to celebrate the 100th anniversary of the Suffragette movement. What does feminism mean to you? Presented by Jenni Murray.
10.45 Our Kath Part 7. Drama repeated at 7.45pm
Stopping the Flood - a Watery History ofbritain
Lionel Kelleway visits a pilot river-restoration project and asks whether the restocking of our rivers could prevent floods as well as being a boon to wildlife.
Producer Sheena Duncan Repeated from yesterday at 9pm
Freemasonry and music seem to have had the most fraternal of relationships. But why did the likes of Mozart Haydn , Sibelius and Sullivan find themselves attracted to the Craft? Chris de Souza visits today's Masonic musicians to find out the secrets of their mysterious art and discovers that the footsteps of Mozart are still visible if you look hard enough. Producer Michael Surcombe
By Andy Merriman and Rod Wickens. A new play about the football star and First World War hero
Walter Tull , following his battle against racism from his time at Tottenham Hotspur and the revival of his career at Northampton Town through to his years as the first black officer in the British army.
Director/producer Pam Fraser Solomon
Edward as a child:
Walter as a child:
Sue Cook presents the series examining listeners' historical queries, exploring avenues of research and uncovering mysteries. EMAIL: firstname.lastname@example.org Address: [address removed] Producers Ivan Howlett and Nick Patrick
By Marcus Powell and John Byrne. 2: Roy and his newly reformed quartet prepare for their first gig and decide to inject new blood by hiring a young singer.
Producer Carol Smith
New series With relations between the US and Saudi Arabia already under strain, a worldwide investigation by leading American lawyers is now alleging Saudi complicity in financing terrorism.
Gerry Northam tests the strength of thei r evidence and assesses its impact on the diplomatic tension between Washington and Riyadh.
Producer Jenny Chryss Repeated on Sunday at 5pm
Navigating the NHS. In the last of the current series, Dr Mark Porter puts listeners' questions to a panel of experts on how to get the best out of the NHS. He asks how to find the perfect GP, how to avoid unnecessary waits to see a specialist and how to go about seeking a second opinion. To have your query raised, email email@example.com or ring [number removed] before 6 October.
Producer Erika Wright Repeated tomorrow at 4.30pm
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