3/5. Missing. What had gone for ever? From townscapes Physically altered by bomb damage to much more personal losses, such as bereavement and displacement, the programme explores the absences and gaps left behind by the Second World War. With Charles Wheeler. Producer Mark Burman Shortened repeat at 9.30pm
Presented by Mgr Tony Rogers. King of Glory, King of Peace (Gwalchmai). Ephesians 2, vv13-18. Christ Comes, the Promised Peace of God (Modlin). Put Peace into Each Other's Hands (St Columba). Director of music Alan Wilson.
Miles Kington visits Berlin to hear a secret archive recorded in German prisoner of war camps during the First World War. Prisoners from across the continent ana from every region of Britain recited Bible verses, poems, drinking songs, jokes and life stories. Listening to shellac discs and wax cylinders, Miles hears the voices of those prisoners and sets out to trace their stories and that or the archive itself. Producer Julian Adamson
6/6 NewYear, New Life. It's Edinburgh. It's Hogmanay. It's time for resolution. Caroline is determinedly moving on, Fiona may be moving back, and Ruth is definitely staying exartlv where she is. Comedy drama by Hilary Lyon Hilary Lyon
Producer Gordon Kennedy ; Director Marilyn Imrie
Two very different couples are moving on the same day.
A mix-up occurs and when each couple discovers the other's belongings, they rediscover some forgotten things about each other. By Alexandra Campbell.
Director Celia de Wolff
Direct from St Paul 's Cathedral and in the presence of the Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh, bereaved relatives, aid workers, and politicians come together to rememoer the Tsunami disaster of Boxing Day 2004. The service is led by the Dean of St Paul's, the Very Rev Dr John Moses , and the sermon is preached by Dr Rowan Williams , tne Archbishop Of Canterbury. Producer Stephen Shipley
Although at the time of the foot-and-mouth epidemic there was substantial media coverage, little is actually known of the social cost for farmers and their communities. Laurie Taylor looks at the legacy of the disease for rural villages and how farmers perceptions of the countryside changed for ever. producer Natasha Maw
New series 1/3. Every day, life-or-death decisions are being made in hospitals by clinical ethics committees. Vivienne Parry and a panel of experts test the moral foundation of these decisions as each week they discuss a reaHife case, examining testimonies from patients, relatives and medical staff.
Producer Beth Eastwood Repeated on Saturday at 10.15pm
1/3. The first time Margaret Thatcher met
Mikhail Gorbachev , she discovered over the course of the lunch that he was a man she could "do business with". Anne Perkins recalls some significant political meals. Producer Jane Ashley Repeated from Sunday at 10.45pm
6/6. Theory of Everything. For hundreds of years, physicists have believed that the laws of the universe could be underpinned by a single theory. This grand theory would answer some of the biggest questions in science, such as what happened before the Big Bang, the nature of dark matter, and even the inner workings of a quark. Peter Evans talks to the scientists at the forefront of this research, racing to discover this holy grail of physics. producer Alexandra Feachem
3/10. Sylvia is gradually beginning to master all the electronic gadgets in her son's house but it will take her far longer to come to terms with the new way of life in Carshall New Town. By Angus Wilson. For details see Monday
5/6. I'm Not the Man You Used to Be. Laurence and Gus tell another story about one of life's unsung heroes. This week, long-lost identical twins are reunited but find they have less in common than they had hoped. Starring and written by Gus Brown and Laurence Howarth , with Alex Lowe and Katy Brand. Producer Helen Williams
5/6. This week, celebrity lifestyle gurus Gilly Haberdasher and Dr Graham Golden read from their tie-in book to the strangely popular TV programme How Not to Live. More spoof comedy starring 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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