Presented by Clair Jaquiss from the Holy Monastery of St John the Forerunner, Larissa. Brother, Sister, Let Me Serve You (Servant song). Ach arme welt (Brahms). Ubi Caritas (Taize). For more details see Sunday Worship at 8.10am
3/5. Sewall is beginning to be troubled; a confession ot guilt can save the accused, yet most protest their innocence and go to the gallows. By Richard Francis. For details see Monday Repeated at 12.30am
The coastline of Donegal has changed from a wild and often uninhabited place to a landscape covered in bungalows. They have been built mainly by local farmers wanting to move from traditional cottages and by weekending "townies" looking for cheap countryside idylls. Reporter Kevin Connolly follows a local artist trying to capture the Donegal she remembers as a child. He explores the relationship between land, memory and artist and whether a holiday economy is inevitable for Such a coastline. Producer Rachel Hooper
3/3. Toad Squad. Another comedy in this series about unconscious longings. Reg, bitter at being retired prematurely, finds a toad crushed on the road as it was crossing to its mating grounds. Now Reg has a mission. In future no toad will end up looking like a flattened gardening glove. Written by Nick Warburton.
Producer/Director Peter Kavanagh
5/6. Clement Freud and Sophie Grisgson are among food critic and journalist Jay Rayner 's gastronomic guests attempting to discover what a polonaise is, where the name oregano comes from, and what tipple the actress Sarah Miles starts her day with. producer Rebecca wells
A double bill of two beautiful J.M. Barrie short plays adapted and directed by Julia McKenzie.
A witty piece about childhood reunion and eccentric womanhood.
The 12-Pound Look
A man confronts his past
Producer Bruce Hyman
3/5. The Sphere. Nature has no problem making them: raindrops are spheres - not tear-shaped. But building a perfect sphere remains a challenge for architects and engineers. With Marcus du Sautov. For details see Monday
Exactly how much influence does celebrity culture have on contemporary society? Laurie Taylor explores such issues as the part celebrities play in our national or cultural identities and if celebrities articulate constructions of gender, age, class and sexuality. He also asks since when has celebrity culture become a serious subject to study. Is it more "bling bling" than the academic real thing? Producer Natasha Maw
4/4 Michael Palin presents a selection of the rarest, funniest and silliest monologues, interviews and sketches that Cook ever recorded. Featuring footage from the mid-1980s through to the 1990s. Producer Lucy Armitage
1/3. A series profiling six young MPs, eavesdropping on their understanding of constituency duty. Ed Vaizey is the youngest "Tory grandee". Almost as soon as he joined the party he found favour with senior front-benchers, but in his constituency he displays a rebellious streak.
Nia Griffith has a very different background. She's a classic product of student activism, but in Llanelli she's well known for her focus on local issues and local politics. Producer Paul Vickers Repeated from Sunday at 10.45pm
2/2. The "factory" hospital has had its day. Research proves that more humane settings for healthcare aid recovery, while advancing technology means treatment can be delivered locally. Sheena McDonald reports on intelligent hospital design from around the world. producer Susan Marling
3/4. Knowing Your Unions. Randy, devious, sexist and workshy, John Weak puts the man into management. Weak discovers there's nothing legally binding about a legally binding contract. Comedy series written by Guy Browning and starring Alexander Armstrong.
Producer/Director Jonquil Panting
1/3. Joseph Banks : a Voyage of Discovery. When naturalist Joseph Banks secured a place on Captain
Cook's ship HMS Endeavour he hd no idea what to expect - except the unknown. Dramatised scenes by Roy Apps. Producer Anne McNaught ; Director Celia de Wolff
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