Led by the Rt Rev Nigel McCulloch. When to the World the Saviour Came (Church Triumphant). Luke 5, vv17-26. Purge Me, 0 Lord (Tallis). We Cannot Measure How You Heal (Ye Banks and Braes). Director of music Paul Leddington Wright.
3/5. "The classroom supervisor is giving us political instruction. We're being told about the horrors of the Western way of life. I'm absolutely convinced that most people in America are living on the streets in cardboard boxes." Ruben Galllego 's memoir, read by Stephen Tompkinson. For details see Monday Repeated at 12.30am
Are the English immigrants in Scotland persecuted or integrated? Scotland's largest immigrant community is also the least recognised. The English in Scotland have no clubs of their own, no distinctive national dress and no special day when they celebrate their difference from the host community. Are they scared to raise their heads or have they become truly a part of the wider Scottish society and don't need such demonstrations Of difference? Producer Dave Batchelor
2/6. Travis and Grace plan a night in together. But will events - and Travis's brother Charlie, Charlie's ex-girlfriend Alice, and Travis's not-so-secret admirer Serena - conspire to keep them apart? Written by Jan Etherington and Gavin Petrie. Producer Elizabeth Freestone
3/5. The Farmer's Chest. A farmer discovers that he needs more help than he had bargained for in Bill Lee 's story recalling a long childhood summer following the regular cycle of work undertaken by the Gypsies on Kentish farms. For details see Monday
3/5. It's early spring. A feeding frenzy begins as the young leaves of the oak break free from the protection of their bud scales and act as a magnet for hungry caterpillars, Which in turn provide food for birds. For details see Monday
With the changing relationship between the secular state and faith becoming central to political debate,
Laurie Taylor asks what the appropriate boundaries are between state and faith in a liberal democracy, and what role religion should play in public life. Producer Andrew Littlejohn
India v England
Commentary on the fifth day's play in the Third Test in Mumbai. including at 7.00 News and Papers, at 8.31 Yesterday in Parliament, and at 9.15 Daily Service.
Producer Peter Baxter *approximate times
11/12. Hernia. Dr Mark Porter investigates which treatments are best for different kinds of hernia, from those caused by excessive exercise in adults to those found in babies. Repeated from yesterday at 9pm
6/6. The last in the series of the tag-team talk show. Last week's guest Bill Bailey now takes charge and asks Simon Pegg about Spaced, Sean of the Dead and his burgeoning Hollywood career. Producer Tilusha Ghelani
9/10. Michael Buerk chairs a live debate in which Melanie Phillips , Steven Rose , Clifford Longley and Michael Portillo cross-examine expert witnesses on the moral issues behind the week's news. Producer David Coomes Rptd Saturday 10.15pm
3/6. Via Dolorosa- Garden of Gethsemane. Another talk for Lent recorded in Jerusalem. Father Jamal Khader, lecturer in religious studies at Bethlehem University, reflects on suffering and hope at the place where Jesus struggled with What was to face him. Producer Jennifer Daniel Repeated Sat 12.30am
2/2. Book now for your first spacef light! That's the call from innovative companies, including
Sir Richard Branson 's Virgin Galactic. Already, a few millionaires have hitched a ride to the International Space Station - now, the ticket price may be coming down. Space Shuttle astronaut Jeff Hoffman investigates this boom in space tourism and asks if it's a repeat of the pioneering days of aviation a hundred years ago. Producer Martin Redfern
3/10. The letters that Professor Rossi bequeaths to Paul convince the latter that Vlad Drakulya is still alive. But Paul is surprised to discover that he's not the only one on the monster's trail. By Elizabeth Kostova. For details see Monday
by Graham Duff.
5/6. Mark Gatiss stars as Professor Nebulous, the director of KENT (the Key
Environmental Non-judgemental Taskforce) in 2099. With an increasing number of strange coincidences piling up, Prof Nebulous suspects the world may be heading for coinci-clasm.
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