Presented by the Rev Peter Whittaker. A New
Commandment (Benson). Acts 15, vv36-41. There s a Spirit in the Air (Lauds, arr Leddington Wright ). Forth in the Peace of Christ We Go (Song 34). Director of music Paul Leddington Wright.
4/4. Le Mans. On 11 June 1955, 77 people were killed at Le
Mans in north-west France. Fifty years on, Liz Carney visits the site of the disaster to discover exactly what caused the crash that changed the face of motor sport.
Producer John Byrne
I 4/6 Hreworksand Funerals. It's Edinburgh. It's
Bonfire Night. Caroline is spoilt for choice: attending
- her boyfriend's mother's funeral or attending to
Fiona's fugitive mum. Either way, it's fireworks all round. Comedy drama by Hilary Lyon.
Producer Gordon Kennedy ; Director Marilyn Imne
2/2. Felix Cairnes failed in his plan to kill the man who had run over his son, but then his intended victim is poisoned and the finger of suspicion points at Felix. No wonder he asks the amateur sleuth, Nigel Strangeways , for help.
Bv Nicholas Blake , dramatised by Michael Bakewell.
Director Jane Morgan
3/5. The Grey Lady. The tale of Brighton first female theatre manager, Mrs Nye Chart, who haunts the building to this day. Written by Roy Apps and read by Joanne David. Presented by Lynne Truss. For details see Monday
Laurie Taylor explores international relations in the Middle East. He is joined by Professor Fred Halliday whose new book asserts that the complexity of relations in he region is underestimated and questions why its politics now seem to be framed in religious terms. Producer Gavin Heard
2/3 The sketch show about life, written and performed by people who've lived a bit. Starring Dudley Sutton ,
Roger Blake , Eleanor Bron and Paula Wilcox. With music by Ronnie and the Rex and Pierre Hollins. Producer Katie Marsden
3/5 Gefilte Fish. Lillian locks herself in the bathroom when Moe criticises her perfect gefilte fish. Estelle comes to her rescue, but has she got ulterior motives? Written by Margaret Wilkinson.
For cast and details see Monday Repeated from 10.45am
4/5. Nanotechnology and Nanoscience. LordBroers examines nanotechnology, a term that has captured the public's imagination and given rise to a full range of emotions from admiration to fear of cataclysmic disaster. Are scientists and technologists really leading us into situations where molecular machines will self-replicate into uncontrollable "grey goo"? From the Gilmorehill
Theatre, University of Glasgow. Presented by Sue Lawley . producer Tony Phillips Repeated on Saturday at 10.15pm
Nanotechnology is also discussed in You and Yours tomorrow at 12.04pm
2/3. Planners and Other Bad Odours. More from Phil Smith on the real world of gardening. It appears that beneath the surface of Phil's garden there is too much of the wrong kind of soil. Producer Harry Parker
4/6. Acid Oceans. Atmospheric warming grabs the headlines but what effects are greenhouse gases having on our oceans, which absorb a third of all man-made carbon dioxide? Research now shows that our oceans will become more acidic which will consequently threaten many species, from plankton to whales, as well as coral reefs. Peter Evans investigates. Producer Rami Tzabar
3/10. Whilst his teenage wife looks for work at the local labour exchange, Candido finds a new place to camp in Topanga Creek, away from the prying eyes of immigration officials, affluent North Americans and his fellow immigrant workers. By TC Boyle. For further details see Monday
3/6. 1 Don't Want Your Freedom. Laurence and Gus lift the lid on another story about one of life's unsung heroes. In an unusual tale from the future, a man fights to have his freedom and individuality taken from him so he can find happiness by being just the same as everyone else. Starring and written by Gus Brown and Laurence Howarth , with Alex Lowe and Katy Brand.
Producer Helen Williams
3/6. Thrust's Eagle. Another chapter from a novel you think you've read before. The Napoleonic wars invade the airwaves as fictional author Alexander Cromwell reads from his military adventure. With Michael Fenton Stevens , Rebecca Front , Mel Hudson , Dan Tetsell , and Alex Lowe. Written by Danny Robins and Dan Tetsell ; Producer Lucy Armitage
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