Andrew Graystone marks One World Week. Canternos al Senor (Hispanic). Psalm 118, vv1-9; 23-24. Be Thou My
Vision (Ireland). Mambo Jesu Achiwoneka (Zimbabwe).
With the Gospelphoenix Choir. Director of music Bill Tamblyn.
1/5. The memories of broadcasting masterJohn Peel, completed by the woman who knew him best - his wife, Sheila. Today, John recalls his childhood and the dark days of boarding school. By John Peel and Sheila Ravenscroft , abridged by Doreen Estall and read by Michael Angelis. Producer Emma Harding Repeated at 1230am For more on John Peel see Thursday 9pm and 10.30pm on BBC4 RT DIRECT: Margrave of the Marshes is available for £16 99 (RRP E18.99) including pSp. Address: [address removed], cheque payable to RT Direct. Call [number removed]042 (national rate) quoting RT or visit www.rtdirect.sparkledirect.com
Why was the Archbishop of El Salvador. Oscar Romero , assassinated 25 years ago? Maurice Walsh returns to the scene of the crime to assess the evidence and consider the legacy of Central America s most celebrated modern martyr. Producer Andy Denwood
3/6. Buried Treasure. Starring Penelope Keith. When
Agatha embarks on a plan to give up smoking, little does she know that it will lead to a treasure hunt, humiliation and a rather nasty murder. Dramatised by David Semple from the novel by MC Beaton. ^ .
Producer Carol Smith
12/17. The first round of the nationwide general knowledge quiz continues with contestants from Scotland,
Wales and Northern Ireland. Chaired by Robert Robinson. Producer Richard Edis Repeated on Saturday at 11pm
Matinee idol and celebrated composer ivor Novello is struggling to come to terms with being sent to prison at the height of his fame. Will his career be shattered by the scandal, or can his many admirers keep the flames of his popularity burning? By Roger Williams
Director Geni Hall-Kenny
21/90. The Pilgrim Fathers and the Massachusetts Bay Company. The American colonies begin to take on a distinctive identity of their own. By Christopher Lee.
Narrated by Juliet Stevenson. Readings by Rob Brydon and Robert Powell. Producer Pete Atkin
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Ee/s Where have all the eels gone? Sheila Dillon sets out to discover what's happened to the once abundant flow of eels from the Sargasso Sea to the rivers and lakes of Europe. Repeated from yesterday at 12.30pm
7/9 Exchanging favourite quotations and anecdotes are Fascinating Aida's Dillie Keane , This Sceptred Isle's
Christopher Lee , Drop the Dead Donkey writer Nick Revell and the man of a thousand Book at Bedtimes Martin Jarvis. Nigel Rees is the host.
Producer Tilusha Ghelani Repeated on Sunday at 12.04pm
1/5. To set the mood for Halloween, a week of stories inspired by some of Ireland's most renowned female ghosts.
The Linen Mill. The beautiful singing of a young girl is often heard in a Belfast office block. But why is she doomed to haunt this building for ever? By Dermot Bolger.
Producer/Director Gemma McMullan Repeated from 10.45am
2/2. The Man and the Battle. Two hundred years after
Trafalgar, how much is known about the real Nelson? The historian and Nelson expert Colin White travels to Cape Trafalgar itself, seeks new insights, challenges orthodox beliefs and listens to the latest news about Nelson. With Adam Nicholson , Ron Fiske and Agustin Guimera. Producer Tim Dee
4/9. Guatemala. It is estimated that 12 per cent of Guatemalans - that's more than a million people - have a disability. Linda Pressly explores some of the stories behind this stark statistic, such as why Guatemala has one of the highest incidences of spina bifida in the world. She also meets some of those whose lives have changed dramatically as a result of being on the receiving end of the country's ever-rising gun violence. Repeated from Thursday
6/9. Trees of Trafalgar. To mark the 200th anniversary of the battle of Trafalgar and the death of Admiral Nelson, Paul Evans visits woods in England and Spain that provided the timber used to build the warships. He also visits the Trafalgar Woods Project, which aims to plant 33 new woods to commemorate each of the ships in Nelson's fleet. Producer Grant Sonnex Repeated tomorrow at 11am
1/10. By Margery Allingham. Suspicions are aroused when three mysterious young men check in to a charming yet discreet hotel in the fashionable south of France. Perhaps royalty has arrived in disguise? An adventure begins for Albert Campion. The reader is Nickolas Grace. Abridger/Producer Lisa Osborne
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