Presented by Nigel Lee. Awake, Awake to Love and Work (Sheltered Dale). Matthew 5, vv 13-16. Praise Ye the Lord (Rutter). We Have a Gospel to Proclaim (Fulda). With the John Powell Singers. Director of music John Powell.
The fifth and final day's play in the First Test at Lord's. With commentary by Jonathan Agnew , Henry Blofeld and Christopher Martin-Jenkins . At 12.35 News; Your Letters Answered and at 3.10 News.
Producer Peter Baxter 'approximate time
British black women outnumber their male counterparts in the professional world by ten to one. They are ambitious, confident and determined to succeed. Drawing on the fortunes of the black gospel trio Nu Life, theologian Robert Beckford explores this new branch of black feminism. Producer Ronni Davis
New series 1/4. Soul for Sale. Gambling fever has hit Mundo Piccolo , and even Don Camillo is not immune. A new batch of stories, set in a northern Italian village where the priest and the communist mayor battle for the hearts and minds of the inhabitants. By Giovanni Guareschi , dramatised by Peter Kerry. Producer/Director Chris Wallis
Last year's hastily prepared Olympic Games in Athens provided a huge boost to the capital's infrastructure, but has left Greece saddled with mounting debt and dozens of empty stadiums no one knows what to do with. John Waite and Winifred Robinson investigate what lessons can be learnt from the Athens experience, producer Becky Vincent
By PD James. When Venetia Aldridge secures the acquittal of a young man from the charge of murdering his aunt. a series of bizarre events is set in motion, starting with her own murder. Adam Dalgliesh takes charge of the case. Dramatised by Neville Teller. Producer/Director Tracey Neale
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Mrs Buckley/Miss Elkington:
1/5. The Occasional Garden. Penelope Keith reads a story by Saki, an account of horticultural one-upmanship among ladies who lunch. The first of a week-long series about fictional gardens and gardeners. Abridger/Producer Jill Waters
Nutrigenomics. What are the possibilities of nutrigenomics, the new branch of food science that matches a person's dietary needs to their DNA? Sheila Dillon investigates. Repeated from Sunday at 12.30pm
New series 1/6. From the Regent Theatre, Ipswich. More inspired nonsense in the company of regulars Tim Brooke-Taylor, Barry Cryer and Graeme Garden , under the reluctant chairmanship of Humphrey Lyttelton. producer Jon Naismith Repeated on Sunday at 12.04pm
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1/5. A week-long selection of plays set in the dark.
SoftandGooey. A student carries out a test measuring the power of suggestion on her blindfolded ex-boyfriend and his new girlfriend. By Sheila Goff.
Producer/Director Liz Webb Repeated from 10.45am
As the Space Race is reduced to neat paragraphs in 20th-century text books there is a danger that the image of Neil Armstrong stepping onto the Moon has become too dominant. Michael Portillo argues the case for the earlier Apollo 8 mission - the first manned Moon-shot and the moment many now claim the Space Race was won. Apollo 8 pilot Jim Lovell is among those remembering the mission that saw the first Earth-rise.
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Throughout the Muslim world, homosexuality is a taboo. In the Occupied Territories, Palestinian gays and lesbians face imprisonment and torture. Rejected by their families and the rest of society, several hundred gays and lesbians have fled to Israel. Here they live illegally, but, as Eric Beauchemin finds out, it's often their best chance for safety. Producer Leonida Kruschelnycky
3/8. Springs Past. Richard Mabey joins Brett Westwood for a dawn chorus in the Selborne garden of the famous 18th-century naturalist Gilbert White , where they explore the history of springs past through archive sound recordings, literature and archaeology.
Producer Grant Sonnex Repeated tomorrow at 11am
1/10. "Once upon a time there was boy who loved a girl and her laughter was a question he wanted to spend his whole life answering." Warren Mitchell stars as Leo Gursky , who was once that boy and who is now at the the end of a life that turned out so very differently from his dreams. Nicole Krauss explores three lives linked by a common thread. Also starring
Sara Kestelman. Abridged by Sally Marmion. Producer Di Speirs
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