Presented bythe Rev Peter Whittaker. Spirit of God, Unseen as the Wind (Skye Boat Song). Galatians 5,
W16-18, 22-25. Lead Me, Lord (Wesley). EveryTime I Feel the Spirit (arr Moses Hagan ). Director of music Paul Leddington Wright.
4/5. General Omar Bradley, commander of all American land forces on D-Day, describes the preparations for the invasion, including the disastrous rehearsal for the Normandy landings on Slapton Sands in Devon, which led to more than 700 American deaths. General Bradley is read by Colin Stinton. For details see Monday Repeated at 12.30am
England v New Zealand
Coverage of the first day's play in the Second Test at Headingley, with commentary by Jonathan Agnew ,
Simon Mann , Christopher Martin-Jenkins and Bryan Waddle , and expert comments from Mike Gatting , Mike Selvey and former New Zealand captain, Jeremy Coney. And at 1.30 News and County Talk.
_ Producer Peter Baxter *Approximatet,me_
3/3. Afterthree years at drama school, Daniel and Georgina are about to become professional actors. Adrian Lester looks attheirfinal weeks. With contributions from Lord Attenborough, Kenneth Branagh , Glenda Jackson , Richard Briers , Richard Wilson and, from the class of 1908, Athene Seyler. Producer Merilyn Harris
Written by ian McMillan. Elvis lives! - in North Yorkshire. A middle-aged woman's sightings of the King have turned her into a local celebrity and put Ryedale on the Elvis map of fame. With Deborah McAndrew and Fine Time Fontayne. producer vivBeeby
Quentin Cooper is joined by Dr Catherine Higgitt , Higher Scientific Officer at the National Gallery, to discuss the complexities of art conservation and to find out whether the nation's Old Masters could dissolve into spots before OUr Very eyes. Producer Pamela Rutherford
2/6. Sitcom set before the American War of Independence, written by and starring Andy Hamilton and Jay Tarses.
"A Kiss Is Just a Kiss". Samuel turns his shop into a bar called Sam's Place ... and an old flame called Ingrid turns up.
Producer Paul Mayhew-Archer
By Louise Ramsden , from a story by Mike Walker. On 3 June 1944 Margaret, down from Coventry, tracks down her runaway daughter in London.
Director Peter Leslie Wild
Forfurther details see Monday Repeated from 10.45am
Fifty years ago black and white Americans led very separate lives ― separate restaurants, separate restrooms, separate schools - even the cemeteries were segregated. " Separate but equal was the law of the land. Tony Phillips travels to the Deep South, to Summerton in South Carolina, where in 1947 a preacher and a small group of African Americans initiated the most significant civil rights case in American history. Producer Tony Phillips
Building Sight 1/2. Experts say that half the cement used in the world was poured in China last year and, as the country's economy grows, the skyline of many Chinese cities testifies to the fact. In the first of two programmes from China, Peter Days asks: will the construction boom end in bust?
Producer Richard Berenger Repeated on Sunday
Geoff Watts visits inner-city Montreal, Canada, where residents are taking part in an experiment to help them get a good night's sleep. A team of scientists have suspended giant speakers over the nearby motorway, and every evening residents are transported to the seaside, as the sounds of crashing waves mask the blare Of nightly road works. Producer Michelle Martin
2/4. The dark and peculiar series once more takes to the airwaves. Welcome back to this notional and irrational home of the terminally strange. Written and performed by Johnny Daukes and Hils Barker. Producers Johnny Daukes and Katie Marsden
Tracing the varied paths taken by one Italian family,
Ray Gosling visits Barrow-in-Furness, Morecambe and Leicester, in search of the Bruccianis. More than 100 years ago, Luigi Brucciani walked across Europe to
London and sold plaster casts for a living. By the Second World War, Brucciani's ice cream and coffee bars were well known across the North West. Today, branches of the family are still in the catering trade, though the business has altered radically. Producer Bob Dickinson
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