From St Chad's Church, Leeds.
News round-up and analysis.
Bitterness and Balm. Mark Tully contemplates the corrosive effects of bitterness on a life, and those things that offer balm for that bitterness and open up a future andahope. Producer Eley McAinsh Repeated at 11.30pm
New series 1/4. Discovering the riches of the shores of Strangford Lough , including the electric-bulb sea squirt, are Lionel Kelleway and marine naturalist Pat Boaden. Producer Julian Hector
Religious and ethical news, presented by Jane Little. Producer Amanda Hancox
Anna Raeburn appeals on behalf of Kidscape.
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Producer Sally Flatman Repeated at 9.26pm and on Thursday at 3.27pm
Paul the Pilgrim. The beginning of a week of pilgrimage following the spiritual journey of St Paul. with music provided by a choir of Radio 4 listeners. The journey begins at Kavalla (ancient Neapolis) with the story of Paul's conversion and his later imprisonment in nearby Phillipi. Led by the Rev Stephen Shipley , Clair Jaquiss and the Rev Roger Hutchings. Director of music Timothy Rhys-Evans . Producer Stephen Shipley
Repeated from Friday
The week's news stories, with Matthew Bannister. Editor Peter Rippon
1/9. Exchanging favourite quotations and anecdotes are Dillie Keane, Christopher Lee, Nick Revell, and Martin Jarvis. The reader is William Franklyn. Hosted by Nigel Rees from the King's Theatre, Southsea.
(Repeated from Monday)
The stories of two urbanites who left the city to start new rural enterprises. Producer Paula McGinley Rptd tomorrow at 4pm
News and analysis, with Shaun Ley. Editor Colin Hancock
2/2. David Attenborough explores the conflicting theories of the evolution of man. Contributors include
Michael Crawford , Stephen Cunnane , Marc Verhaegen ,
Elaine Morgan and Erica Schagatay. Producer Richard coiiins
Pippa Greenwood , Bob Flowerdew and Anne Swithinbank answer questions sent in by post. With Eric Robson in the chair. Including at 2.25 Gardening Weather Forecast. RT DIRECT: Own Gardeners' Question Time on audio cassette for just
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New series 1/4. Ouarrymen. SianPariHuws explores the significance of slate for the people whose lives are bound up with this ancient rock. Until the 1960s conditions in the slate industry had changed little since Victorian times. Huws meets members of a generation who risked their lives in the mines of North Wales. Producer Jeremy Grange
New series 1/3. Jane Austen 's naive, young heroine, Catherine Morland , is launched into the intriguing world of Bath society. Dramatised by Dominic Power.
Director Pam Fraser Solomon Repeated on Saturday at 9pm
See also Trollope on Austen at 12.15am
Leonie Gombrich. granddaughter of the art historian
EH Gombrich , talks to Mariella Frostrup about his A Little History of the World, which he wrote in 1935 and is now being published in English for the first time. Producer Nicola Holloway Repeated on Thursday at 4pm
3/3. The love affair between Jamaican music and poets from the island is celebrated and explored by Valerie Bloom , who explains how the cultural ferment that gave rise to reggae and one of its greatest exponents.
Bob Marley , also stimulated the development of dub poetry. Producer Faith Lawrence Repeated on Saturday at 11.30pm
As Germany prepares to go the polls, Paul Henley assesses the chances of the centre-right CDU candidate, Angela Merkel , of becoming Germany's first female chancellor. What would a Merkel government look like. and is she the woman to rescue Germany's ailing economy? Repeated from Tuesday
New series 1/15. Every week, an international writer reflects on the latest developments - political, cultural and social - in their part of the world. This week Kwaku Sakyi-Addo from Ghana reflects on the Millennium Development Summit. Producer Sue Ellis
John Wilson presents his selection of excerpts from BBC radio over the past seven days. Producer Torquil MacLeod PHONE: [number removed]0400 Fax: [number removed]email: email@example.com
Jill is forced to eat her words.
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Another record gets flushed away in Dump the Disc and there's more drama in episode five of Michelle Paver 's Wolf Brother. Presented by Barney Harwood. producers Rebecca Armstrong and Abi Awojobi
5/5. Five stories exploring lesbian and gay themes.
Crossing the Bar. By Mark Sanderson. Does it take one to know one? One young man thinks so, but when he opts for a state-of-the-art approach to the standard dating game. the result undermines all his assumptions. Read by Charlie Simpson. Abridged by Cathy Stewart. Director Richard Wortley
7/7. Rosie Goldsmith hears how space exploration is reported and dramatised on English language radio Stations around the world. Repeated from Friday
7/8. Michael Rosen takes a look at words, their use, and where they come from. Repeated from Friday
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Repeated from 7.55am
2/9. Scared New World. Who do you turn to when you want to steer an honest path through the conflict zone to do business? A veritable army of advisers has grown up to show the way. The programme investigates this new industry Of risk control. Repeated from Thursday
Andrew Rawnsley previews the week's political events. Editor Terry Dignan
10.45 The MPs Roadshow
New series 1/3. A series profiling six young MPs, eavesdropping on their understanding of constituency duty, begins with Ed Vaizey and Nia Griffith. The MPs Roadshow is repeated on Wednesday 8.45pm
9/10. Actress Maria Aitken and comedian Hugh Dennis join Sue MacGregor to wax lyrical about their three favourite paperbacks. Repeated from Tuesday
Bitterness and Balm. With Mark Tully. Repeated from 6.05am
Animal Farm (1/5)
Bill Nighy reads George Orwell 's classic fable