New series 1/5. Heather Payton meets some of the UK's high-profile philanthropists, beginning with the entrepreneur Tom Hunter. She asks what it is that motivates him to give his money away. Producer Rosamund Jones
Led by Bishop George Stack. The Church's One Foundation (Aurelia). 2 Corinthians 5, v17-end; 6, vv1-4a. Christ Has No Body Now but Yours (Ogden). I Want to Serve the Purpose of God (Altrogge, arr Leddington Wright ). With a quintet of singers. Director Richard Tanner.
The Importance of Music to Girls
2/5. Lavinia, now 13 years old, discovers the joys of make-up, shoes and disco. And possibly boys. By Lavinia Greenlaw. For further details see yesterday Repeated at 12.30am
Bonnie Prince Charlie 's designs on the British throne were buried at Culloden in 1746 but since then, the battlefield itself has taken on a life of its own. Mark Stephen explores the detailed work of battlefield archaeologists to see if they can strip away the sentimentality attached to the terrible events there. Producer Louise Yeoman
2/2. Andrew McGibbon looks at great performers through the perspective of someone who worked for them.
Tricia Hammond was Peter Sellers 's PA in 1975, when his career took an upward turn with the release of The Return of the Pink Panther. She tells of psychic numerology, fundamental self-doubt, and high-speed impressions.
Producers Nick Romero and Jonathan Ruffle
Consumer and public interest reports, with Liz Barclay and Peter White. Including at
12.30 Call You and Yours.
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Jonathan Davidson 's drama, inspired by the book by WG Hoskins , imagines how the land itself has felt through centuries of being ploughed up, deep-mined and built on. Producer/Director Tim Dee
Richard Daniel and the team discuss listeners' questions about the environment and the natural world. Producer Nick Patrick
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The Earl of Snowdon and the engineer Dr Alex Moulton propose the designer of the Mini,
Alec Issigonis , for great-life status. Presented by Matthew Parris.
Producer Isobel Eaton Repeated on Friday at 11pm
1/2 Craig Brown 's satirical history of Britain begins with the 1920s and 1930s, when King George utters some unmemorable last words; DH Lawrence of Arabia writes "Lady Chatterbox's Llama"; and John Yogi Bear discovers the BBC but finds there's not much on. Producer Victoria Lloyd
After almost four decades of war, southern Sudan has emerged with the hope of lasting peace. But with an infrastructure destroyed by war. the region remains far from secure. Three years until the referendum that will determine whether or not the south becomes independent, Mike Wooldridge takes stock of progress.
Producer Ruth Evans Repeated on Sunday at 5pm
New series 1/11. Dr Mark Porter gives advice on what a patient can do to prepare for an operation and tells what can be done to speed up recovery after surgery.
Producer Helena Selby Repeated tomorrow at 4.30pm
The Testament of Gideon Mack
7/10. Gideon wakes up in a hospital bed, having apparently survived three days under a waterfall. And then he remembers how he actually passed that time. By James Robertson. For further details see yesterday
3/6. The comic continues his consideration of the Seven Deadly Sins with a look at Pride. Tim Key and Tim Minchin are on hand to provide assistance with a series of songs and poems. Producer Katie Marsden
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