Presented by the Rt Rev Nigel McCulloch. Jesus Calls Us!
O'er the Tumult (St Andrew). Acts 27, w13-15,20-26.
0 Be Joyful in the Lord (Britten). Lord, Thy Word Abideth
(Ravenshaw). Director of music Christopher Stokes.
Crime writer PD James ; presents this fascinating appreciation of Dashiell Hammett , the godfather of the hard-boiled detective. The influence of his creation, Sam Spade , has been huge, yet his reputation is built on only five novels and a handful of short stories.
PD James investigates the man behind the books and discovers an incredible story of wild successes and abjectfaiiures. Producer James
Crawford PD James on Dashiel Hammett : page 115
3/3. Charity. Robin is a nice man. He's also dull,
Intolerant, pedantic and certifiably tight with money.
After four comfortable but woefully unromantic years, his long-suffering wife Rachel is close to divorce. So to save his marriage, Robin embarks on a comically misguided Good Samaritan act. By Michael Duke.
Fordetails see Tuesday
3/10. Stewart Henderson presents the programme that helps to provide some answers to those
Intriguing conundrums and puzzles from everyday life.
PHONE: [number removed] email firstname.lastname@example.org Producer Emily Williams
4/5. Bonfires. An elderly woman disposes of some old letters and papers by burning them in the garden. But amongthe ashes her daughterfinds some surprising clues to her mother's past. Fordetails see Monday
4/5. When Chris Shokoya-Eleshin , a Nigerian Briton, was unable to find a job in civil engineering, he solved the problem by creating his own work. His Liverpool-based construction company is now considered a model of multi-ethnic enterprise. Fordetails see Monday
Swift is Nasa's space mission to find out about one of the great mysteries of the universe: gamma-ray bursts.
These violent flashes are the most powerful explosions known in the universe. if one went off in our galaxy, it would cause mass extinction on Earth in seconds, with no warning Quentin Cooper is joined by Alan Wells from
Leicester University, one of the British scientists involved in the mission, who will help unravel the mysteries of gamma-ray bursts. Producer Pamela Rutherford
14/20. In serious financial difficulties, Amelia is forced to make a terrible decision about little Georgy's future. ByWilliam Makepeace Thackeray.
For details and cast see Monday Repeated from 10.45am
Following his forays into the psyche of the Norwegians, Paul Henley explores another of Europe's under-reported oases of money and privilege. In this programme he goes to Switzerland to delve behind the cliches of chocolate, cuckoo clocks and kitsch. Without any natural resources, the Swiss have combined four different languages and cultures to produce a coordinated powerhouse of efficiency and business know-how. What exactly is their secret? Producer Daniel Tetlow
4/9. Connections. When you join uptheinternetwith phones, home computers and even household gadgets, the result is a new wired-up world. Then use wireless to take away the wires. Peter Day looks at what's happening as technologies converge.
Producer Neil Koenig Repeated on Sunday at 9.30pm
5/10. The Miami blue butterfly is one of the most endangered insects in North America. But not for long. At the University of Florida, scientists have been trying to bring the threatened species back from the brink of extinction and repopulating their natural habitat. Geoff Watts visits the Butterfly Rainforest at the university's Museum of Natural History and gets a close-up look at the Miami blue. He watches each stage as it is taken from egg to adult and freed into areas such as the Florida Everglades. Producer Beth Eastwood
2/6. Tertiary Phase 2: Fit the Fourteenth
In which Arthur and Ford arrive home in time for tea. By Douglas Adams.
Repeated from Tuesday at 6.30pm
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Phase, will be released on CD and audio cassette on 25 October. Available from good retail outlets or from www.bbcshop.com Call [number removed].
Chris Yates sets out on foot into the darkness of the Wiltshire countryside. In this documentary, his only companions are his 12-year-old son William, and William's friend. It's way past their bedtime and there's tal k of big Cats in the wood. Producer Dan Shepherd
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