Led by Mgr Tony Rogers. I Want to Serve the Purpose of God (Altrogge, arr Leddington Wright ). Genesis 41, vv1, 8, 14-16, 38-43. Be Thou My Vision (Chilcott). For the Healing of the Nations (Alleluia, Dulce Carmen).
2/3. The only woman to be tortured in the Tower of London, Anne Askew became a Protestant martyr. Bettany Hughes uncovers her story as a well-born woman who, in the tail end of Henry Vlll 's reign, left her family behind because of her faith. Producer Philip Sellars
New series 1/6. As I Was Braying
Brother Luke has returned from his sojourn in Dublin and can't stop talking about it. Someone has asked to have his ass (or is it a donkey?) blessed. And the organ seems to have a "baggy swell box !
Christopher Lee 's gentle comedy about a community of Carmelite Friars.
Friars and pilgrims played by Alan Shearman ana Matthew Wolf
Producer Jarvis Ayres; Director Pete Atkin
7/7. Con-Fusion. Is the real thing always the best, or could it be true that all we need is a great big melting pot? Dominic Arkwright talks to lovers and haters of the fashion for fusion - record producer Joe Boyd , the Telegraph cookery writer Xanthe Clay and the Guardian writer Aditya Chakrabortty. Producer Beth o'Dea
The true story of Britain's most unlikely agent, Janet Chisholm. She was a housewife and mother of three who smuggled out Khrushchev's nuclear secrets during the Cuban missile crisis and helped avert a nuclear war. Written by John Fletcher.
Music by Jules Maxwell ; Producer/Director Charlie Taylor
Peter Gibbs is in the chair as Pippa Greenwood. Anne Swithinbank and Chris Beardshaw answer questions posed by members of the Emsworth Horticultural Society in Hampshire. At 3.25 Gardening Weather Forecast. Shortened repeat from Sunday at 2pm
3/5. The Name of the game 1/2. Themountain of debt left by Nancy's dead husband seems insurmountable, until a winning business idea is presented to her. Niamh Cusack reads Colm Toibin 's Story. For details see Monday
Imagination and the Countryside. In the first of three special editions, Laurie Taylor brings together novelist Joanna Trollope , sociologist Howard Newbyand ethnographer Martin Phillips to discuss the rural idyll.
Producer Charlie Taylor Repeated on Sunday at 12.15am
2/4. A panel of experts examine personal testimonies to assess the moral foundation of how decisions are made in hospitals every day. Presented by Vivienne Parry.
Producer Pam Rutherford Repeated on Saturday at 10.15pm
3/3. Down and Out - and in Again
Gyles Brandeth looks at MPs who have successfully made comebacks after losing their jobs, and those who wouldn't make a return under any circumstances.
Producer Chris Bond Repeated from Sunday at 10.45pm
2/2. In his re-examination of one of the world's greatest archaeological discoveries, Roger Bolton finds that, 60 years after they first appeared, the first-century Jewish texts are still yielding fresh new insights. Producer Norman Winter
5/6. Lucy Clarke's comedy about the neurotic Faye, who believes modern-day women have it all and achieve it effortlessly, and can't understand why she is unable to do the same. Starring Daisy Haggard, with Adam Buxton, Joanna Scanlan, Joanna Neary, Matthew Holness, Eve Dallas, Katy Brand and Olivia Colman. Producer Simon Nicholls
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