Led by John Forrest. Here I Am, Lord (Schutte, arr Archer).
Matthew 9, w35-end;10, wi, 5-7. The Summons (Kelvingrove, arr Whitbourn). Forth in Thy Name, 0 Lord, I Go (Song 34). Director of music Alan Wilson. Organist Greg Morris
Tom Heap examines the legacy of the disease that closed the countryside, delayed the general election and cost the UK economy F8 billion. How has foot-and-mouth disease changed the face of the countryside? producer Steve Peacock
New series 1/4. David Frost was one or me i >L
British broadcasters to subject politicians to the kind of scrutiny and satire that is now the norm. Frost and guests discuss the effect of That Was the Week That Was and the 1960s satire boom had on politics. Producer Paul Bajoria
1/3. Humphrey Lyttelton explores the vibrant lives of British band leaders like Ambrose, Lew Stone and Ray Noble , who ruled the music scene in the 1920s and 30s tne
"golden-age" of the dance band. With contributions from
Rosemary Squires , Stanley Black and rare recordings o the band leaders in conversation. Producer Stephen Garner
NatWest Series: England v Pakistan
The third one-day international is at the Rose Bowl in Southampton. Commentary by Jonathan Agnew and Simon Mann , with experts Mike Gatting and Vic Marks.
Producer Peter Baxter *approximate time
Helen Mirren stars in a play that explores her Russian ancestry, by Helen Dunmore. Mirren's grandfather, Pyotr Mironov , was a Tsarist officer who, after tne Russian Revolution, became an exile in England, losing his home, family, language, career and social standing. Music arranged and played by Adrian Zolotuhin Producer/Director Mark Smalley Helen Mirren 's trunk full of treasures: page 111
Richard Daniel and the team discuss listeners' questions about the environment. Producer Nick Patrick ADDRESS: [address removed] email: home.planet<abbc.co.uk Phone: [number removed] (calls from land lines cost no more than 8p per minute)
2/5 The Runaway Fingers. Heinrich Dorn was performing in front of an appreciative audience when the fingers of his right hand "suddenly wrested themselves, hand and all. from under the pianist's cuff and jumped down to the floor:.." For further details see yesterday
2/5. Stay with Me Baby. You're desperate - you phone them up just to hear their voice, drive past their house late at night and go to places where you hope they'll be. For further details see yesterday
5/8 Julia Ward Howe. Elaine Showalter joins Matthew Parris to discuss the 19th-century American writer Julia Ward Howe. Best known as the author of the Battle Hymn of the Republic, Ward Howe was a feminist, a pacifist and, Showalter argues, a great lost poet. With Professor Gary Williams. Producer Isobel Eaton Repeated on Friday at 11pm
3/6 Washed-up presenter Brian is shocked to find that someone has defaced his precious, brand-new statue - of himself. By Andrew McGibbon and Nick Romero.
2/10. Emma and Charles attend a Marquis's ball and, caught in the dazzling splendour of it all, Emma's longing for a more exciting life is intensified. By Gustave Flaubert. For further details see yesterday Repeated from 10.45am
1/2. Allan Urry investigates the world of industrial espionage - revealing the dirty tricks and tactics used in the battle for commercial advantage and assessing the threat to British business. Producer David Lewis Repeated on Sun day at 5pm
3/4. Hearts. At what point should we start to worry about our cholesterol or blood-pressure levels? Vivienne Parry looks at the ins and outs of getting her blood checked to see if her heart is in good working order. Producer Helen Sharp Repeated on Wednesday at 4.30pm
2/6. SS Metaphor. An unbreakable love affair set aboard an unsinkable ship, in an Oliver!-meets-Titanic-style spoof musical. Starring Richie Webb , Dave Lamb and Vicki Pepperdine. Written by Richie Webb , Dave Cohen and David Ouantick. Music by Richie Webb. Producer Katie Tyrrell
2/6. Campus Architecture. A very personal guide to architecture from Julian Fox - pop-poet, dreamer and stage-door keeper. "On tour" at the university of Lancaster, Julian is forced to take stock Of his life. Producer Seb Barwell
1/3. How has country music become such a huge industry? Nick Barraclough goes to Nashville to ask Willie Nelson , Emmylou Harris , Little Jimmy Dickens and Dolly Parton whether country music is still true to its roots. Producer Sarah Cuddon Continues tomorrow
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