1/3. Here are three Shetlanders who are finding
21st-century applications for theirtraditional crafts and products. Farmer Ronnie Eunson was told his native sheep and cattle would never sell in supermarkets. Today his beef and lamb take pride of place in one of London's top butcher shops. Producer Lynne Mennie
Presented by Canon Noel Vincent. 0 Jesus, I Have Promised (Wolvercote), Luke 20, w45-end; 21, wl-4. To You, 0 Lord (Rachmaninov). Woke Up
This Morning (spiritual, arr Walker). Director of music Christopher Walker.
3/3. Martin Wainwright looks at three moments in history when the Islamic and Christian worlds have taken an eager interest in one another's affairs.
The Translation Bureau. When, following its military and economic decline in the mid-19th century, the Ottoman empire turned towards Europe, the foreign ideas that came along with the technical information processed by the Sultan's Translation Bureau helped lay the foundations for the modern state of Turkey. Producer sue waidram
6/6. Doug and Molly go on a secret date in the countryside. They both want to be together again but now that they've told each other, getting close isn 't as simple as they thought it would be. Bv Paul Mendelson.
Director David Ian Neville
3/6. What's a fucivore's favourite food? How is porridge traditionally eaten? Which wine writer had a bit part in a Hollywood blockbuster? Jay Rayner 's guests
Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall , food writers Anissa Helou and Sue Lawrence and greengrocer Charlie Hicks chew over these culinary conundrums. Producer Paula McGinley
Jean Alexander plays Lilian in this comedy of family affairs, It's a bit of a shock for Lilian when her sister
Mabel dies suddenly, but it's nothing compared to the surprises waiting in Mabel's photo album. By ValSyms.
Director Chris Wallis
3/5. David Grindley. In 1992, aged 19, Grindley won bronze medal as part of Britain's 4x400m relay team in Barcelona. Ayear later, injury shattered his dreams of a glittering career. Diane Modahl talks to him. For details see Monday
Intolerable Strangers. Amsterdam's tolerance is showing signs of strain. One particular flashpoint is the issue of immigration. Whereas the city has traditionally welcomed immigrants there has been a hardening of attitudes towards those wanting to settle in Holland.
Laurie Taylor looks at who is visible and who is not on the streets of Amsterdam, Producer Natasha Maw
2/6. Prescription Drugs. Doctors are under increasing pressure to cut back on the number of drugs they prescribe and to use the cheapest alternative wherever possible. But is this affecting patient care? Find out with Dr Mark Porter. Repeated from yesterday at 9pm
6/6. War. A sketch show in which anything is possible. This week, a war poet is told the troops prefer limericks. With Robert Webb , Beth Chalmers , Catherine Shepherd , Steven Kynman , Abigail Burdess and Chris Pavlo. Written by James Cary. Producer Adam Bromley
2/8. Trouble in the Board Room. We've had Enron and Worldcom, and yet companies - even blue-chip ones like Shell-can still get away with misleading their shareholders and the market. Nick Ross asks if board members should be liable, and companies prosecuted ordelisted. Producer Sara Nathan Repeated on Saturday at 10.15pm
2/2. The Regeneration Gap. For years it was thought that damage to the human nervous system was irreparable. New lines of research suggest that the cells of the spinal cord can regenerate and repair. Georgina Ferry meets researchers who hope that one day there will be a treatment for paralysis. Producer Monise Durrani
Newseries 1/4. HowtoKiss. "Half-closeyoureyes, make your mouth look like an excitable monkey and deliberately invade their body space." Comedian
Guy Browning provides practical life-coaching in the big small Challenges of life. Producer Jonquil Panting
Alan Titchmarsh on the trials of everyday life: page 32
New series 1/6. Prison Bard. Albie Sachs , Nelson Mandela , Jeffrey Archer. ... the literary penal tradition now reachs its pinnacle with Sir Ralph Stanza in his recent stint as poet-in-residence at a maximum security prison. Written bv James Quinn.
Producer Graham Frost
1/2. Another chance to hear two programmes first broadcast earlier this year in which Debbie McGee delves into the world of one of the most glamorous professions - the magician's assistant. The second programme can be heard tomorrow evening at the same time. Who's That Girl?
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