From Bridlington Priory, East Yorkshire.
Beauty, according to French playwright Jean Anouilh , "is one of the rare things that do not lead to doubt of God". Peter Hobday explores the nature of beauty.
A Unique Broadcasting production
Richard Sanders samples a Kenyan pawpaw breakfast with Tony Mills. Producer Alasdair Cross
Religious news with Colin Morris.
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By Alistair Cooke. Repeated from Friday
Brian Sibley presents a six-part pilgrimage to experience the life and impact of a variety of Christian communities in the UK.
3: Ealing Abbey in West London.
Producer Lindsay Leonard. Rptd Tue 11.00pm
John Walsh of the Independent presents an eight-part series about books.
2: Mean Streets, Dirty Beaches. From Raymond Chandler 's Los Angeles to Carl Hiaasen 's Florida, American crime fiction seems the real chronicle of the century. With Carl Hiaasen , Mike Phillips and Sarah Dunant. Producer Ned Chaillet. Rptd Tue 2.00pm
With James Cox.
Geoffrey Smith , Anne Swithinbank and Bob Rowerdew take questions at the University of East London.
ATayior Made production. Rptd Wed 11.30am # Reader Offer: page 116
By Jean-Paul Sartre. Dramatised in three parts by Nigel Gearing.
2: The Reprieve. 1938 Mathieu Delarue has escaped to the south of France. with Burt Caesar , Jane Campion , Sebastian Harcombe , Adrian Irvine , Becky Hindley , Robin Meredith , Shaun Parkes and James Taylor Music by Julie Cooper , played by Mitch Dalton , Harold Rsher , Sophie Langdon , Andrew Lynwood, Steve McManus , Alasdair Malloy and Dave Roach. Director Alby James. Rptd Fri 2.00pm
With Jeremy Nicholas. Repeated from Friday
Ian Hargreaves examines the perceived crisis in moral values. Repeated from Thursday
Favourite off-season holiday spots. 4: The French Riviera Repeated from Tuesday
The second of two programmes celebrating A E Housman's A
Shropshire Lad. Presented by Gareth Owen with Pete Postlethwaite. Producer Erin Riley
With Chris Dunkley. Repeated from Friday
Peter Day returns with a new series of the business programme.
Hold My Stake. A stakeholder society is the latest big political idea. But what exactly is stakeholder capitalism and where is it being practised? Producer Colin Wilde
A six-part serial by Shaun Prendergast. 2: Carmen's Story. The cult tightens its clutches on the Sutherland family. with John Sharian , Shiv Grewal ,
Vincent Marcello. Lorelei King , Jane Whittenshaw and Stephen Critchlow. Director Sally Avens
A six-part series of personal viewpoints. 3: No Justice for the Taxpayer A Capron production
Repeated from yesterday 4.00pm
Presented by Alistair Beaton. Producer Malcolm Love Rpt
John Keats spent more than half his adult life as a doctor. Medical historian Dr Ruth Richardson explores this forgotten side of the poet's life. Producer Elizabeth Burke Rpt
Repeated from Tuesday
David Dimbleby asks who gains and who loses from being in the UK.
Producers Sallie Davies and Anthony Dworkin Rpt
Presented by Robert Orchard . Producer David Browne
The late-night Office of Compline, led by the Rev Stephen Shipley with the choir of the Collegiate Church of St Mary,
Warwick. Conducted by Mark Shepherd.
By Emma Donoghue. Read by Alice Arnold.
Repeated from Wednesday
Cricket World Cup LW only
Possible commentary on LW from Karachi, Pakistan, if England qualify for the third quarter-final, at 4.00am. For details see tomorrow