From St Lawrence's, Jewry, London. Repeated at 12.20am
Denis Tuohy considers the nature of spiritual enlightenment. Producer Beverley McAinsh
A six-part series of the nature programme.
3: The Sea Otters of Skye.
Lionel Kelleway watches otters foraging for crabs on the Isle of Skye. Producer Julian Hector
Religious news with Trevor Barnes.
8.00 News 8.10 Sunday Papers Producer Rachel Hawkes
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By Alistair Cooke. Repeated from Friday
Parish Mass from St Eugene's Cathedral, Derry. Celebrant and preacher Father Peter McLoughlin. Choirmaster Donal Doherty.
Producer Lindsay Leonard
Repeated Tuesday at 11.00pm
Last in the series of explorations of the British culture and landscape by international writers.
Found in Translation. With Czech poet and immunologist Miroslav Holub. Producer Kate McAII
With James Cox.
Pippa Greenwood , Anne Swithinbank and Nigel Colborn answer listeners' questions from the postbag.
Producer Trevor Taylor. Rptd Wed 11.30am
By Gunter Grass. Abridged in two parts by Mike Walker. With Phil Daniels as Oskar and Kenneth Cranham as Matzerath.
1: Germany 1930. Hitler rises to power. Three-year-old Oskar decides to stop growing and stop talking. Instead he plays his tin drum. with Tessa Worsley , John Hartley and Paul Jenkins. Percussion by Unmen.
Director Peter Kavanagh. Rptd Fri 2.00pm
Repeated from Friday
Paul Kennedy discusses globalisation's threat to the nation state. Repeated from Thursday
Roger Daltrey discusses his finest achievement - a 20-acre fishery. Repeated from Tuesday
Jenny Agutter reads requests for A A Milne's classic children's poems, including the personal favourite of the late Christopher Milne.
Presented by Gareth Owen. Producer Felicity Goodall
Repeated from Friday
Sophia Antipolis. Peter Day analyses one man's dream to transfer Silicon Valley from California to the Cote d'Azur.
Producer Colin Wilde
Rosemary Sutcliff's great adventure story is brought vividly to life in Sean Darner's four-part dramatisation.
Young Marcus Aquilla sets out to recover his father's reputation and the lost Eagle of his legion.
with Ceit Kearney and David McKail. Music by David Dorward, played by John Kenny and Jim Sutherland. Director Hamish Wilson
Sarah Dunant and guests discuss favourite paperbacks. Repeated from Wednesday
Repeated from yesterday 4.00pm
The Religious Blind Eye. The second of two programmes which explore the sexual experiences of Westerners in foreign cultures. David Neil Lodge hears the candid tales of an expat population in Egypt. Producer Sara Jane Hall
Last of the series about risk-taking. A Daring Adventure ... Rupert Creed meets people who take risks and refuse to follow the safe route. Producer Amanda Mares Rpt
In the last of the series, Professor
Anthony Clare discusses biographies. Repeated from Tuesday
Repeated from yesterday 9.30am
Tim Fenton reporsts from Brussels on the work of committees in the European Parliament. Producer David Browne
The Holy City. The last of three programmes in which Alison Hilliard looks at Jerusalem through the eyes of those to whom the city is sacred. Tonight, why Jerusalem ranks alongside Medina and Mecca in Islam. Producer Norman Winter
Repeated from 5.50am
By Rearden Connor. Read by B J Hogg. Repeated from Tuesday