rh on Presented by Claire Campbell Smith. Lord, Thy Church on Earth Is Seeking (Abbot's Leigh). 2 Timothy 4, vvi 5, sn.
Give Me the Faith (Leddington Wright/Norton) Take My
Life (Nottingham). Music director Paul Leddington Wrignt.
4/5. Books, War and Radio. Vesna Goldsworthy descnbes her tenure at the BBC World Service reporting for the Serbian Service, and shares her thoughts about the Balkan War, her family, and her cancer. For details see Monday Repeated at 12.30am
I Film-maker Alan Parker reflects on the skill and enduring influence of the great master of suspense,
Alfred Hitchcock , 25 years after he died. With film critic Barry Norman and director Peter Bogdanovich. Producer Kate Bland Repeated on Sunday at 12.15am Hitchcock frame by frame: page 26
What is nanotechnology? An exploration beyond the scare stories about "grey goo" that asks now ... nanotechnology affects our daily lives and what benefits it could bring us in the future. Presented by Winifred Robinson and Liz Barclay. This special You and Yours series of complementing this year's Reith Lectures continues next luesaoy
Robert Daws stars as Nigel Breezer, the self-styled "plumber to the stars and star among plumbers". Nigel's tortuous trip to a film premiere in a courtesy limo gives him ample opportunity to display his insider's knowledge of the famous and not-so-famous, as well as a few tricks of the trade. By Christopher Matthew. Also with Ted Robbins as Tiny. Director Toby Swift
3/10. Stewart Henderson presents the interactive, problem-solving programme for those intriguing questions from everyday life. Producer Sarah Cuddon
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4/5. Pedestrian Crossings. The motor car and the pedestrian have had an uneasy relationship, from the advent of the Belisha beacon crossings in 1934 to the present day.
Joe Kerr investigates the story of the ampelmann - the Berlin pedestrian traffic signal that became a cultural icon to East Germans after reunification. Producer Hilary Dunn
Fred Hoyle showed that stars manufacture all chemical elements and therefore we are all stardust. But Hoyle's s stormy relationship with the Establishment left him, ultimately, on the margins of science. As two biographies of Hoyle are published, Quentin Cooper reassesses the achievements of one of Britain's greatest 20th-century cosmologists and science communicators. The books' authors ask whether his uncompromising nature helped stimulate a new and cosmic expansion in British astronomy. Producer Tracey Logan
6/6 King of the Road. Ed's past is catching up with him, but it turns out to be an unexpected blessing. Comedy drama by Christopher Douglas and Andrew Nickolds.
Producer Simon Nicholls
4/5 Matzoh Balls. Glenn tries to seduce Lillian, but does he really like her or is he just after the family business? Written by Margaret Wilkinson.
For cast and details see Monday Repeated from 10.45am
2/2. In her concluding programme on Putin's rule, Lucy Ash explores Russian influence in the area it calls the "near abroad". She looks at the most powerful levers of control - Russian military bases and oil and gas pipelines. Is there any future in the Russian-dominated Commonwealth of Independent States or is the Kremlin on the losing side of a new geopolitical great game?
9/9. The Anxious Voter: Last year's American presidential contest was dubbed "the fear election". With issues from MRSA to terrorism, immigration and crime all centred around fear, is this year's UK election campaign heading the same way? John Kampfner asks why insecurity and anxiety play such an important part in the political process and whether they make people more or less likely to vote. Producer Ingrid Hassler Repeated on Sunday at 9.30pm
4/6. Tom Heap investigates the safety of chemicals in the environment and how they could be altering the behaviour of wild animals. There is a controversial theory that is gaining acceptance among some scientists that chemicals that may be harmless in large doses may actually be more dangerous in smaller quantities. Producer Jolyon Jenkins
4/10. As the number of itinerant workers swell in the affluent Californian suburbs, the residents feel increasingly threatened and take matters into their own hands. By TC Boyle, read by David Soul. For details see Monday
6/6. Behind the Magic. The Film Institute has a self-regarding guest; the audioguides start to go wrong; and there's a sneak preview of the Museum's very own behind-the-scenes DVD. Comedy written and performed by Marcus Brigstocke , Danny Robins and Dan Tetsell. With Lucy Montgomery.
Music by Dominic Haslam and Ben Walker ; Producer Alex Walsh-Taylor
6/6. Trapped! Hamish and Dougal visit a well-known department store and get stuck between floors on an escalator. Starring Barry Cryer and Graeme Garden. With Alison Steadman and Jeremy Hardy.
For details see Tuesday
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