Led by Nigel Swinford. 0 Love, How Deep, How Broad, How High! (Eisenach). Hebrews 2, W14-18. 0 Death, Where Is Thy Sting (Handel). Christ Triumphant, Ever
Reigning (Guiting Power). Director of music Alan Wilson.
10/13. South Africa. Is the town of Pomfret, on the edge of the Kalahari desert, paying the price for South Africa's shame? Home to the remnants of Angolan soldiers who fought for the apartheid regime, Pomfret is now in the sights of the South African Government, as it seeks to stamp out mercenary activity and raze the town to the ground. The inhabitants of Pomfret believe there is a more sinister motive and that the South African Government is simply taking revenge for the past. Producer John Murphy
Repeated on Monday at 8.30pm
It's almost 100 years since Frances Hodgson Burnett wrote her children's classic, The Secret Garden. Anne Fine , the author and former children's laureate, looks at the woman who wrote herself out of debt, endured two disastrous marriages and was vilified for neglecting her children to become a "pen-driving machine". Producer Caroline Beck Repeated on Sunday at 12.15am
The disastrously comic tale of what happens when technology takes over one man's life. Nigel Edge 's electronic mobile-cum-organiser was the symbol of his tidy, humdrum life, with separate windows for his wife, children, aged parents, hobbies and work. But when the organiser starts to malfunction, Nigel's worlds start to collide, with darkly comic results. Written by Mike Harris.
Director Clive Brill
9/9. Diabetes. More than two million people in the UK are known to have diabetes. Barbara Myers is joined by a leading expert to answer your questions on the condition. Producer Deborah Cohen
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4/5. Exit, Stage Left. The camera obscura in Bristol offers an amazing view of the famous Clifton Suspension Bridge. Zsa Zsa 's friend Manjit invites her there after hours. The view of the bridge is extraordinarily clear in the moonlight. But they see something Zsa Zsa has to try to forget. By
Helen Dunmore , read by Renu Brindle. For details see Monday
Paracelsus. The myth, life and legacy of Philip
Theophrastus Aureolus Bombastus von Hohenheim, the 16th-century medic, is discussed by Ouentin Cooper and Philip Ball. Paracelsus, as he is more commonly known, was rumoured to have made a Faustian bargain with the devil to regain his youth. He was supposed to travel with a magical white horse and to store the elixir of life in the pommel of his sword. But who was Paracelsus and what did he really practise? Cooper unravels the story of a man who wrote influential books in medicine, surgery, alchemy and theology while living a drunken, vagabond life. Producer Colin Grant
5/6. Another confused and muddled day in the life of one-time Variety star Count Arthur Strong, played by Steve Delaney , veers from haggling over the price of a scouring pad to the difficulties of opening a door via an intercom. Producers Mark Radcliffe and John Leonard
4/5. You'll Always Be a Part of Me. Two men have been best friends for years when one suddenly needs a new kidney. His mate has always said he'd do anything for him. Does that includes organ donation? By Jim Sweeney.
For details see Monday Repeated from 10.45am
4/4. Blood on the Ice. It is vital for the survival of poor coastal communities, say the seal hunters. It's brutal, badly policed and time it was banned, say the animal-welfare activists. Jenny Cuffe takes to the icy wilderness of eastern Canada to chart a week in the controversial annual seal hunt. Producer Sally Chesworth
6/9. What did I do to be so Green and Blue?
David Cameron 's new-look Conservatives say they are going to be the real protectors of the environment. But can they reconcile hugging trees with free markets and pro-business policies? Camilla Cavendish meets environmentalists and Conservative thinkers to ask whether the party can achieve an act of political climate change.
Producer Hugh Levinson Repeated on Sunday at 9.30pm
10/11. What smells attract mosquitoes? Geoff Watts hears about new research that is designing highly effective baits and traps to lure dengue and malarial mosquitoes to their death. It may be low-tech, but the success rate could effectively reduce the reliance on the widescale spraying Of insecticides in hot Climates. Producer Helen Sharp
2/5. Spooky happenings hamper John's investigation this week as he delves into the world of ghosts. He can't afford a night at a haunted hotel, but he does get some expert advice from his telephone guest, Yvette Fielding. Written and performed by Graham Fellows. Producer Dawn Ellis
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