From St David's, Moreton in Marsh, Gloucestershire.
Into the Woods. Eileen Campbell pays tribute to the woods and forests which once covered this country from end to end. Producer Tamsincoiiison Repeated at 11.30pm
Charlotte Smith meets hill farmer Jim Neal from Perthshire, who got rid of all his dairy cows and bought beef cattle six weeks before Stephen Dorrell made his fateful announcement about BSE. Despite this setback, three years on it turned out to be the best decision he could have made. Producer Hugh O'Donnell
Roger Bolton with the religious and ethical news of the week and perspectives on stories familiar and unfamiliar. Series producer Liz Leonard
An appeal on behalf of a charity which promotes good health in later life.
DONATIONS: Research into Ageing, [address removed]
CREDIT CARDS: [number removed]44. Repeated Thursday 3.28pm
From Clare College, Cambridge. The Rev Dr David Ford and the Rev Dr Jo Bailey Wells seek an understanding of the wisdom of desire. Matthew 13, w44-45; Acts 7, wlO and 22. Love Bade Me Welcome (Brown); Come, My Way, My Truth, My Life (The Call); Like as a Hart (Howells); My Eyes for Beauty Pine (Howells); Jerusalem the Golden (Ewing). With the chapel choir of Clare College. Director of music Tim Brown.
Dr Jo Bailey
By Alistair Cooke.
Repeated from Friday
Eddie Mair presents a fresh approach to news, with conversation about the big stories of the week and the weekend. Editor Kevin Marsh
Lewis Wolpert , the eminent biologist, shares his troubled psyche and his views on his own depression with Professor Anthony Clare. Producer Michael Ember. Repeated Friday 9am
Joining Nigel Rees to exchange quotations and anecdotes this week are Sandi Toksvig , Brenda Maddox , Anthony Howard and David Bamber. ReaderWilliam Franklyn. Repeated from Monday
Is there any future for real cheese in Britain as the Department of Health and MAFF combine to promote sterile food? Derek Cooper investigates. Producer Min Raisman. Repeated tomorrow 4pm
With James Cox.
Michael White chairs debates on matters musical in which two protagonists armed with extracts and witness accounts argue an issue.
3: Keep Music Live?Da\A6 Mellor, broadcaster and keen collector of recordings since his childhood, faces Serge Dorny , chief executive and artistic director of the London Philharmonic Orchestra.
Producer Ekene Akalawu
Nigel Colborn , Bob Flowerdew and Pippa Greenwood are guests of Kingston upon Hull City Council. With chairman Eric Robson.
Producer Trevor Taylor. Repeated Wednesday 3pm
Marguerite Patten continues her account of the changes in British cooking this century.
4: From Taramasalata to Tiramisu: 1980-89
The British balance their passion for foreign food with rediscoveries of old British favourites.
Producer Ian Willox
By Vicki Baum, dramatised in two parts by Malcolm McKee.
The best hotel in Berlin entertains the famous and infamous. Grusinskaya, a prima ballerina, blames her diminishing audiences on the pearls that up to now, have been her talisman. But someone is set to steal them - and her heart.
(Repeated Saturday 9pm)
David Stenhouse presents the books programme, including an interview with Mark Kurlansky , author of the bestseller Cod: the Biography of a Fish That Changed the World, whose new book tells the story of the Basque people. Producer Julian May
Frank Delaney introduces a second selection of listeners' favourite love poems.
Producer Christine Hall. Repeated Saturday 11.30pm
Jolyon Jenkins asks why the laws governing safety in public buildings still offer such inadequate protection. Repeated from Tuesday
Rory Maclean reveals how he wasted ten years of his life working in the film industry. 2: My Name up in Lights. This week he writes the perfect script, films it in Macclesfield and waits for the credits. Producer Nicola Banning. Repeated Wednesday 8.45pm
Laurie Taylor presents his selection from the past week on BBC radio. Producer Bob Carter
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E-MAIL: [address removed]. WEB SITE: www.bbc.co.uk/radio4/potw
Someone feels the long arm of the law. Repeated tomorrow 2pm
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David Aaronovitch chairs lively conversation between four UK-based foreign journalists who reflect On the week's news. Producer Julian Mayers
Nick Clarke hosts round ten of the cryptic quiz. Repeated from Friday
Marcel Berlins dissects topical legal issues. Repeated from Thursday
In the second of two programmes looking at science in China, Jill McGivering explores the country's approach to medicine.
Producer Jim Clarke. E-MAIL: [address removed] (R)
Initiative Test. Who profits from PF1 -the Private Finance Initiative? Peter Day investigates. Repeated from Monday
Andrew Rawnsley with next week's political headlines. Including 10.45 It's a Funny Old World The return of the series in which Simon Hoggart takes a light-hearted look at the week in Westminster. Editor John Evans
The guide to the world of learning. Rptd from Tuesday
Three writers reflect on colonialism as Australia prepares to vote in a referendum for a republic. Repeated from yesterday 7.45pm
By David Cunningham , read by Liam Brennan.
"Examine any photo in which I appear and you will be forgiven for assuming that I am a mad second cousin relegated to the sidelines... A young man contemplates his outside position in the family photograph album. Producer Julia Butt (R)