Presented by the Rev Stephen Shipley. God in His Wisdom (Fragrance). Psalm 119, vv 17-24. The Word of the Lord
Endureth for Ever (SS Wesley). Lord, for the Years (Lord of the Years). With Bolton School Chamber Choir. Director of music John Powell.
1/5. Savages with Soul. The locals are called Carioca. February is party time. But what else do we know about Rio? Ruy Castro 's playful and informative celebration of the city, its history, its people, and of the carnival, which begins this month, is abridged by Katie Campbell and read by Colin McFarlane. Producer Duncan Minshull Repeated at 12.30am
1/2. Burleigh. Staffordshire was once synonymous with pottery manufacturing, which created a landscape littered with characteristic bottle-shaped ovens and factories known locally as "pot banks". But since the industry went into decline many of the factories have been flattened. Ray Gosling travels to Burslem, near
Stoke-on-Trent, to visit one surviving pot bank that makes and sells blue and white "Burleighware" china the old-fashioned wav. Producer Bob Dickinson
2/6. The Roman detective continues to investigate the murder of one of the conspirators against the Emperor and finds himself in the fashionable Bay of Neapolis, disguised as a plumber. The company of his gawky nephew and Petronius's wife and children are proving to be a distraction. By Lindsey Davis and dramatised by Mary Cutler.
Producer/Director Peter Leslie Wild
A beautiful but lonely part of Dartmoor is the setting for this psychological thriller by Jill Hyem about the past haunting the present as a woman who has been involved in a sailing accident tries to come to terms with her feelings of guilt.
Producer/Director Cherry Cookson
1/5. Supernovas. A young girl pays a visit to the observatory but spends more time observing the destructive trajectories of the adults around her. Read by Lesley Hart. Five short stories from the first collection by Glaswegian Writer Colette Paul. Abridger/producer Jill Waters
1/5. Jogging. Jackie Clune flexes her muscles as she investigates the history of some major fitness trends in this week-long series. When the New Zealand athletics coach Arthur Lydiard worked out a new way of improving stamina, hundreds of people began "jogging". Now millions do it in parks and streets all over the world.
^Producer Emma Kingsley
2/13. The panel game comes from the Mermaid Theatre in London, where the panellists are Paul Merton , Sue Perkins , Graham Norton and Ross Noble. Hosted by Nicholas Parsons. Producer Claire Jones Repeated on Sunday at 12.04pm
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Mark Lawson presents the arts magazine programme with arts news and interviews. Plus the verdict on the film Ocean's Twelve: George Clooney and Brad Pitt return in a sequel to their box-office hit Ocean's Eleven. Producer Rebecca Nicholson
1/10. A new dramatisation, by Graham White, of Laurence Sterne's ground-breaking comic novel. Tristram attempts to tell his tragi-comic life story through accounts of his family and friends, his experiences and his ideas, but continually finds he has to digress.
Producer/Director Mary Peate Repeated from 10.45am
Bishop Hall/Announcer's voice/Lawyer:
Travelling from Durban to Johannesburg, Mark Tully investigates Gandhi's 21 years in South Africa, his early development as a political activist, and his impact on the ANC. He also talks to relatives who still live in South Africa, including his granddaughter Ela Gandhi and great-granddaughter Kirti Menon , about his personal as well as his public life. Producer Simon Jacobs
What would be the effect if the same trip to the dentist were reported in numerous different versions: as news, as comedy, as biography, as tragedy? With the help of real interviews and the words of playwright Nick Fisher , the story of one simple, short visit is here retold again and again in different styles. Producer Matthew Dodd
5/9. Midwinter Wonders. Imbolc is one of the cornerstones of the Celtic calendar and is celebrated on 1 February by the lighting of fires. On the eve of Imbolc, Paul Evans explores this celebration as the light returns, the days lengthen and the first signs of spring appear. Producer Sheena Duncan Repeated tomorrow at 11am
1/10. Against the background of a country in political turmoil, teenager Kambili finds her way from the religious repression and secret violence of her family to freedom and happiness. Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie 's first novel, shortlisted for the 2004 Orange prize, is abridged by Sarah LeFanu and read by Rakie Ayola. Mama has at last become pregnant, but Papa's violence erupts and Kambili's ordered world starts to fall apart. Producer Lis Edwards
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