From St Helen's Church, Sefton in Liverpool.
News round-up and analysis from BBC World Service.
Mark Tully explores some of the meanings of infinity. Producer Eley McAinsh Repeated at 11.30pm
New series 1/7. A hectic 24 hours lambing with Devon shepherd. Producer MoiraHickey
Religious and ethical news with Roger Bolton. Series producer Amanda Hancox
An appeal by Joanna Trollope on behalf of the British Association for Adoption and Fostering (BAAF).
Donations: [address removed]Credit cards: [number removed] Producer Sally Flatman Repeated at 9.26pm and on Thursday at 3.28pm
The Gospel in the Market Place. This Palm Sunday, Christians converge on Skegness fortheir annual Spring Harvest conference. They arejoined by singer/songwriter Graham Kendrick. Leader Elaine Duncan ; preacher Mark Greene ; directors of music Steve James and Andy Silver. producer Philip Billson
Eddie Mair presents a fresh approach to the news. Editor Richard Clark
Soprano Angela Gheorghiu talks to Sue Lawley and chooses eight records to take to the mythical island. Producer Leanne Buckle Shortened
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Exchanging favourite quotations are Gervase Phinn , George Layton , Louise Doughty and Kathryn Rett. The reader is Peter Jefferson. With Nigel Rees.
Repeated from Monday
Sheila Dillon investigates the role of the bean in the British diet and finds out why, all over the world, bouncy people are said to be "full of beans".
(Extended repeat tomorrow at 4pm)
With James COX. Editor Richard Clark
William Dalrymple looks at the roots of spirituality in Britain. First broadcast last year.
2/6. God and the Air Pump. Dalrymple gets to grips with a piece of 17th-century experimental machinery and assesses the impact of the New Science on the belief in fairies, the philosopher's stone and a miracle-working God. Producer Rosemary Dawson
Anne Swithinbank , Pippa Greenwood and Bob Rowerdew answer questions sent in by post. Eric Robsonisinthechair.
Producer Trevor Taylor Shortened
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5/5. Tony Russell explains why poor quarantine procedures in France allowed an aggressive
Japanese seaweed, Sargassum muticum, to cross the Channel and invade waterways from the Solent to the Norwegian fjords. Producer Trevor Taylor
11/12. By Anthony Trollope , dramatised by Martyn Wade. Mary has fallen in love with a man who has neitherfame norfortune.
Music by Elizabeth Parker Director Cherry Cookson Rptd Sat 9pm
Elizabeth Jane Howard joins a group of readers to discuss one of her most strange and dark novels, Falling, which is based on a relationship that went wrong in her own life. Presented by James Naughtie. Repeated on Thursday at 4pm.
May Bookclub: Nice Work by David Lodge
Roger McGough introduces a special edition in which Wole Soyinka , the Nobel Prize-winning novelist and dramatist, and this year's Reith Lecturer , reads some of his poetry and talks about what inspires him. Producer Kate McAII Repeated on Saturday at 11.30pm
Twenty years after reporting on the miners' strike, Triona Holden returns to Brampton in south
Yorkshire, where the dispute first began. She finds out what happened to those involved, looks at how lives have been rebuilt and asks whether it was worth fighting to save the pit communities and if old enemies have been forgiven. Repeated from Tuesday
6/6. "It is finished". Dr Rowan Williams , Archbishop of Canterbury, is the final speaker in this Lent series considering the last words of Christ from the cross. Producer Norman Winter Repeated on Saturday at 7.45pm
Gerry Northam presents his selection of extracts from BBC radio overthe past seven days. Producer Kate Murphy PHONE: [number removed] Fax: [number removed] email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Greg loses his cool.
For cast see Friday Repeated tomorrow at 2pm
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Barney Harwood explores everything from pop music to inventions in the children's magazine programme. Producer Johnny Leagas
2/5. Thirty-One by Maureen Freely. Read by Rebecca Miles. "When you've been divorced for a few years and accustomed yourself to the trappings of failure, a moment arrives when you stoptryingto be the person you neverwere." ProducerchristineHaii
1/6. Rosie Goldsmith is back with the best of English-language radio around the world. This week, the sound of politicians bickering on the road to the White House. Repeated from Friday
1/8. A Full and Frank Discussion. As the 100th anniversary of the entente cordiale approaches, Michael Rosen and guests explore the subtle language Of diplomacy. Repeated from Friday
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A Tricky Inheritance. Frances Caimcross asks what will happen to inheritance as family relationships change and older people take on more financial commitments. Repeated from Thursday
Andrew Rawnsley previews the new week's political events. Including at 10.45 The Party'sOver.
New series 1/3. Shaun Ley considers short-lived but forceful political parties, beginning with the Common Wealth party.
Editor John Evans The Party's Over repeated Wednesday 8.45pm
West Indies v England -The Third Test
Jonathan Agnew and Geoffrey Boycott review the fourth day's play at Kensington Oval, Barbados. producer Peter Baxter
LibbyPurves presents the intelligent guide to the world of learning. Repeated from Tuesday
2/4. DexterGordon. Former chancellor Ken Clarke talks to Norway's leadingjazz singer, Karin Krog , about tenor saxophonist Dexter Gordon who, despite his huge talent, failed to fulfil his rightful place in jazz history. Producer Paul Evans