from St David 's, Moreton-in-Marsh, Gloucestershire.
On this Easter morning, Mark Tully considers new beginnings.
A Unique Broadcasting production
Quentin Seddon travels down memory lane with ploughman's kid Frank Hick. Producer Tim Coleman
Religious news with Colin Morris.
8.00 News 8.10 Sunday Papers Producer Phil Pegum
speaks for the Week's Good Cause on behalf of a charity which funds research into the treatment, detection and eradication of cystic fibrosis.
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Repeated from Friday
A celebration of Easter in the new
South Africa, broadcast live from Holy Cross Church in the township of Nyanga, Cape Town. Celebrant and Preacher, the Most Rev Desmond Tutu , Archbishop of Cape Town, assisted by Fr Mlamli Mfenyana. With music sung in English and Xhosa, directed by Duke Ngcukana and Nobesuthu Mfenyana.
Readings: Acts 10, w 4043 and John 20, w 11-18. Ntsikana's great hymn; Psalm 150; The Lord is risen indeed; Come down, Holy Spirit; There is no God greater than you; Christ is risen today; This joyful Eastertide.
Media news with Joanna Coles.
Producer Anne Reevell. Rptd Tue at 11.00pm
Six European travel writers embark on Personal explorations of British culture and landscape. 4: In Search of England. Award-winning Dutch writer Cees Nooteboom returns to London after a gap of 40 years. Producer Kate McAII
Regional Variations (2)
with James Cox.
Eric Robson and experts
Anne Swithinbank , Geoffrey Smith and Nigel Colbdrn visit the Harrogate and District Friends of the Earth.
A Taylor Made production. Rptd Wed 11.30am * Gardening Weekend holiday offer: page 122
by Wilkie Collins. Dramatised in six parts by Ray Jenkins. 1: March 1846. A mysterious letter from New Orleans arrives to disturb the peace of Combe Raven House.
With Susan Sheridan , Joanna Mackie and Christopher Good. Music by Peter Brewis and played by Maurice Cambridge Director Janet Whitaker Rpt
with Leslie Forbes.
Repeated from Friday
Anthony Howard looks at politicians whose ideas are at the heart of current political thinking. 1: Stanley Baldwin : God's Englishman Repeated from Thursday
James Mildren profiles his native town - Devonport, Plymouth - a community fashioned by its naval past. Repeated from Tuesday
Gareth Owen introduces listeners'
Easter requests for poems by George Herbert , Stevie Smith and W B Yeats. Producer Mary Ward Lowery
In the series on post-Cold War
Europe, Misha Glenny visits Russia. Repeated from Good Friday
A Plaice in the Sun. Peter Day discovers why Grimsby is the most profitable place to do business in Britain. Producer Colin Wilde
The final part of John Peacock 's futuristic play, with Dexter Fletcher as Danny. The Last Gun in the World. Will Joe and Beth find Wilf?
Director Celia De Wolff
Seven readings presenting Britain through the eyes of settlers and visitors. 3: Up at Oxford by Ved Mehta. Read by Roshan Seth. Producer Jocelyn Boxall
Repeated from Good Friday
Repeated from yesterday 4.00pm
The fourth of six return visits to the series that takes a quizzical look at life. With John Random and Miles Kington. Producer Malcolm Love
Mark Whittaker reports on energy-efficiency schemes.
Four programmes in which Joanna Buchan seeks common threads in some strange tales from everyday life. 1: Paris in the Spring Producer Angela Hind Rpt
Simon Rae presents the fourth anthology of Second World War poetry. With contributions from poets Alan Ross , Sir Stephen Spender , Gavin Ewart and Sir Dirk Bogarde. Producer Paul Dodgeson
Three Archers actors take on three listeners in a test of trivia knowledge of the longest-running radio drama.
Ian Bradley ends his exploration of the idea of sacrifice in Christian thought. In the midst of death we are in life
Producer Norman Winter