Led by the Rev Tony Burnham. Thou Art the Way (Sf James), 1 Peter 1, vv13-2, A Prayer of St Richard of Chichester (White), Be Thou My Vision (Slane). With Chester
Cathedral Choristers. Director of music Philip Rushforth.
1/5 Paul Bhattacharjee reads Chief Superintendent Ali Dizaei 's controversial account of his time in the Metropolitan Police. By Ali Dizaei , with Tim Phillips. Abridged by Jill Waters. Producer Jill Waters Repeated at 12.30am RT DIRECT: To order Not One of Us for C15.50 (RRP E16.99) inc pSp. send a cheque payable to RT Direct Book Offers, to [address removed] or call [number removed] (land-line calls cost no more than 8p per minute) quoting RT or visit www.rtdirect.sparkledirect.com. UK delivery only
1/2. There are now more chaplains on active service with the British forces than at any time since the Second World War. Martin Bell investigates the role of religion in an organisation that. when all else fails, kills people. Producer Phil Pegum
4/4. The mystery of Bill, Norman and Harry and the deserted church in the valley is the last landscape puzzle, and comes from the North York moors. Presented by Brett Westwood. Producer Grant Sonnex Repeated Saturday 11pm
1/2. Drama-documentary taking musical form as its starting point. Musicologist David Huckvale explores the shape of Introduction and Rondo Capriccioso for violin by Saint-Saens, and Louise Ramsden 's drama reflects tne playfulness of the music.
Producers Peter Leslie Wild and Rosie Boulton
Listeners' financial questions answered by Vincent Duggleby and guests. Producer Jessica Laugharne
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1/5. The past catches up with Campbell Forsyth, academic and philanderer, when he notices something odd about the hairy woman in the front row. Shena Mackay is the first of five writers to let loose their animal instincts. Read by Barbara Flynn. Producer Lisa Osborne
26/30. You Are What You Eat. Andrew Cunningham continues to narrate his epic history of Western medicine. The prevalence of beri-beri in the Dutch East Indies led medics to believe that it was the absence of something - a vitamin - rather than the presence of a microbe that was the cause of some diseases. The readers are David Rintoul , Scott Handy and Jason Watkins. Producer Adrian Washbourne
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New series 1/6. Sally Magnusson explores one of the UK's most rapidly developing pastimes: researching your family history. Meeting both experts and amateur genealogists, she discovers the huge range of resources available, and the detective work and lateral thinking sometimes needed to make the most of them. With the right tools, you can not only construct your family tree, but find out how and where your ancestors lived, what they did, and maybe even how they looked. Producer Anne McNaught
New series 1/6. Sabrina Broadbent and Mark Billingham are the guests of team captains Sebastian Faulks and John Walsh in the literary quiz. Author and subject of pastiche for the week is Shakespeare. Hosted by James Walton. The reader is Beth Chalmers.
Producer Katie Marsden Repeated on Sunday at 12.04pm
6/15. Mira and Norm are now fully absorbed into suburban New Jersey, where they embrace cocktail and dinner parties. Mira's new friend Martha is a feisty 30-something who has gone back to education.
Continuing Marilyn French's seminal novel, celebrating its 30th anniversary. Adapted by Sarah Daniels.
Producers Polly Thomas and Carrie Rooney Repeated from 10.45am
What does Sally, an elderly Jewish lady, have in common with Habiba, a Muslim teenager whose parents come from Bangladesh? In the East End of London an organisation called Magic Me is bringing different generations of immigrants together to explore their relationship with the area and to break down stereotypes of age and background. Producer Jules Wilkinson
1/10. Set in Bangladesh during the war of independence in 1971, Tahmima Anam's story is of one mother's attempt to protect her children as her country is torn apart. Read by Sudha Buchar. Abridged by Sally Marmion. Producer Di Speirs
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2/5. Animals. Pam Ayres performs sketches, poetry and anecdotes on the theme of animals with the help of Felicity Montagu and Geoffrey Whitehead. Producer Clare Jones
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