From the church of St Martin-in-the-Fields, Trafalgar Square, London.
Repeated from yesterday at 7pm
Compassion. FergalKeane considers the idea of compassion as found in the roots of the great religions and as experienced in the modern world. Has the burden of everyday suffering and disasters met with the possible danger of compassion fatigue? Producer Alan Hall Repeated at 11.30pm
Meeting people who live the country life. Producer Fran Barnes
Religious and ethical news, presented by Roger Bolton.
Producer Amanda Hancox
Nick Ross appeals on behalf of the Suzy Lamplugh Trust. Donations: [address removed], marked SLT on the back ot the envelope; Credit cards: Freephone [number removed] Producer Sally Flatman
Rptd at 9.26pm, and on Thu at 3.27pm
A service from Bangor University, north Wales, with the National Youth Choir of Wales, conducted by Islwyn Evans. Preacher, the Rev Densil Morgan.
Reading: Romans 6, vv3-11. Producer Roy Jenkins
The week's news. With Paddy O'Connell. Editor Peter Rippon
Sue Lawley's guest is the psychoanalyst Dr Hanna Segal. Producer Leanne Buckle Repeated on Friday at 9am
3/11. Nicholas Parsons hosts the devious panel game from the Mermaid Theatre in London. This week's panellists are Graham Norton , Marcus Brigstocke , Clement Freud and PamAyres. Repeated from Monday
Fish - What Can We Eat? We are forever being told to eat more fish, but which species or stocks can we cook with a clear conscience? What should we look for when we buy our fish? Gerard Baker visits Scarborough fish market in his search for delicious, plentiful "ethically caught fish and attempts to convince customers at the local chip shop that it's not cod they want, but coley. Producer Tamsin Hughes Repeated tomorrow at 4pm
Global news, with Brian Hanrahan. Editor Colin Hancock
With the Government's education bill under the spotlignt, faith schools have become part of the battleground. Presenter Sarfraz Manzoor tours the UK in search of answers and visits one part of the country where 90 per cent of pupils are educated in separate faith schools. Does
Northern Ireland have anything to teach the rest of the Country? Producer Rachel Hooper
Chris Beardshaw, Bob Flowerdew and Anne Switninparm answer questions sent in by post. Chaired by Peter Gibbs. And at 2.25 Gardening Weather Forecast.
Producer Trevor Taylor Shortened at 3pm
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4/4. Britain's ancient trades that help give the country its unique look are in danger of dying out through lack of willing apprentices. What can be done to keep these professions alive? Today Clare Jenkins goes to Castleford, West Yorkshire, to find out how canal-lock engineers help to keep the waterways safe.
2/2. Three monks have died, and William of Baskerville has so far failed to find the killer. The feared papal inquisitor, Bernard Gui , takes over the investigation and declares that the abbey has been infected by witchcraft.
Umberto Eco's murder mystery, dramatised by Chris Dolan.
Other parts played by members of the cast
Producer/Director Bruce Young Repeated on Saturday at 9pm
William of Baskerville:
The psychotherapist Adam Phillips joins Mariella Frostrup to talk about his latest book of essays, Side Effects. Plus a readers' guide to books to read while pregnant. Producer Fiona McLean Repeated on Thursday at 4pm
New series 1/4. The Thomas Lovell Beddoes Society As part of a series looking at groups up and down the country that meet to celebrate their love of poetry, Judith Palmer spends an evening with the Beddoes Society at the Dead Poets Pub in Belper, Derbyshire, where the poet's family, together with their friends, gather to raise a glass to their brilliant but flawed ancestor. Producer Viv Beeby Repeated on Saturday at 11.30pm
9/11. Angus Stickler investigates claims that multinational companies are stripping developing countries of their natural resources. Repeated from Tuesday
Repeated from yesterday at 7pm
Simon Parkes presents his selection of excerpts from
BBC radio over the past seven days. Producer Jacqueline Smith PHONE: [number removed] (calls from land lines cost no more than 8p per minute) Fax: [number removed] email: email@example.com
The Snells take a step down.
For cast see page 31 Repeated tomorrow at 2pm Soap & Flannel: page 30
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Children's magazine programme with Barney Harwood. Producers Rebecca Armstrong and Abi Awojobi
1/5. Dancing with Angels. A champion bare-knuckle fighter is saved from defeat by an angel. Another chance to hear these stories by Scavel An Gow , a group of Cornish writers who create live events and put stories on pasty wrappers, postcards and in village shops. By
Pauline Sheppard , read by Charles Barnecut. Producer Claire Grove
3/9. Control Orders. David Walker asks whether the demand for individualism is diminishing the Government's ability to reassure us that someone is in control. Rptdfrom Thu
Andrew Rawnsley previews the week's political events
10.45 A Burst of Freedom
1/2. An extreme brand of free-market ideology called libertarianism took over the Conservative Party's student wing in the mid-1980s and looked set to conquer the party at large. But where are the ideologues now? The Times columnist Tim Hames investigates. Editor of The Westminster Hour Terry Dignan
A Burst of Freedom is repeated on Wednesday at 8.45pm
2/7. Blonde Moments. Dolly Parton once said that dumb-blonde jokes didn't offend her because she was neither blonde nor dumb. Should we take her at her word ? Toby Young , Pauline Black and Libby Potter get to the bottom of our varying obsessions with the flaxen-haired, whether as sex symbols, cunning manipulators, or simply dizzy blondes. Dominic Arkwright presents. Producer Miles Warde
Peter Byrne, who played Dixon of Dock Green's second-in-command for 20 years, profiles his co-star and friend Jack Warner. Bill Pertwee, Ray Alan and Dora Bryan are among those Who pay tribute. (Repeated from Thursday)