From St Bartholomew the Great, Smithfield, London.
The Bubble Reputation. Simon Mundy explores the discrepancies that can exist between public reputation and private reality.
Producer Beverley McAinsh. Repeated at 11.30pm
Another episode of the topical farming programme. Producer Hugh O'Donnell
Roger Bolton with the religious and ethical news of the week, moral arguments and perspectives on stories familiar and unfamiliar, series producer uz Leonard
Michael Aspel speaks on behalf of a charity which provides education, care and independence training for young people with severe physical disabilities. Producer Anne Downing
DONATIONS: Treloar Trust, [address removed] CREDIT CARDS: [number removed]. Repeated Thursday 3.28pm
Creativity and Courage on World Media Day. From Clifton Cathedal , led by Father Robert Corrigan , with the preacher Ged Clapson. The Cathedral Choir is directed by David Ogden. With organist Mark Holt.
Eddie Mairwith conversation about the big Stories Of the week. Editor Kevin Marsh
England v Zimbabwe Commentary on the fourth day's play of the Second Cornhill Test at Trent Bridge. 1.18* Call the Commentators and News at 1.15 and 3.45.
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Sue Lawley's castaway this week is Professor Geza Vermes, author of Jesus the Jew. He was born in twenties Hungary to Jewish parents who converted to Catholicism in a failed attempt to save them from the Nazis. He was ordained a Catholic priest but later returned to his Jewish roots and his study of the religion and culture of first-century Palestine. Producer Angie Nehring.
Repeated Friday 9am
Neil Mullarkeyjoins regulars Barry Cryer , Graeme Garden , Tim Brooke-Taylor and chairman Humphrey Lyttelton in the anitdote to panel games. With Colin Sell at the piano. Repeated from Monday
Luxury in the egg world-this week we hearfrom the purveyors and connoisseurs of gull and plover eggs. Producer Sheila Dillon. Extended repeat tomorrow 4pm
With James Cox.
In the last of the series Mary Allen talks to music experts who offertheir nominations in a particulargenre of music. The Greatest Symphony Producers Karen Sanders Young and Bruce Hyman Repeated Saturday llpm
Nigel Colborn , John Cushnie and Bunny Guinness answer questions sent in by post. With chairman Eric RobSOn. Producer Trevor Taylor. Repeated Wednesday 3pm
Clare Baldingjourneys along the great historic walking routes of the British Isles.
2: This week she is on the Cleveland Way with Tiffany Hunt , directorforthe National Trust in Yorkshire. Theywalk from Ravenscar to Robin Hood 's Bay. To follow the walk see Outdoor Leisure Map 27. Producer Lucy Lunt. For a factsheet visit: www.bbc.co.uk/radio4
By Richard Hughes , dramatised in two parts by Bryony Lavery. 2: An Ordinary Little Girl. The four Bas Thornton children have been captured by pirates on their voyage from Jamaica to England. But who is capturing whom? Music Nina Humphreys. Alto flute/piccolo Rachel Hilser-Smith . Violin ChrisTombling. Director Catherine Bailey. Repeated Saturday 9pm
Mrs Bas Thornton:
Mr Bas Thornton:
James Naughtie and a group of readers discuss In the Springtime of the Year with author Susan Hill. Repeated Friday 4pm
Frank Delaney presents your selection of poems by Thomas Hardy in the week of the poet's birthday. Featuring other poets of nature, including Christina Rossetti , William Barnes , Ted Hughes and RS Thomas. Producer Frances Byrnes. Repeated Saturday 11.30pm
Gerry Northam investigates claims that Prozac can trigger harmful changes in personality and can even lead to suicide. Repeated from Tuesday
Two talks by Timothy Egan , Seattle correspondent of the New York Times. 2: Cars on Steroids. Egan wonders why so many Americans need a car which is biggerthan an Amsterdam hotel room. Producer Sallie Davies (R). Repeated Saturday 7.45pm
Peter White presents his selection of the past week on BBC radio.
Producer Andrea Kidd. PHONE: [number removed]
FAX: [number removed]. E-MAIL: firstname.lastname@example.org WEB SITE: www.bbc.co.uk/radio4/potw
Phil has had enough. Rptd tomorrow 2pm
Soap and Flannel with Alison Graham : page 30
Laurie Taylor presents the series which offers the perfect way to become a better, wiser person. Producer Rebecca Nicholson
News and views from Trent Bridge on the fourth day of the Second Cornhill Test.
With Roger Bolton. Repeated from Friday
With Marcel Berlins. Repeated from Thursday
The last of the series about people who are using theirtalents to rejuvenate their local communities. A new series starts on Wednesday at 11am.
Trading Places. Indian community leader Stan Thekaekara swaps the villages of southern
India's Gudalur Valley for the postwar sprawl of Gloucester's biggest housing estate in the hope of launching a trade initiative which will benefit both communities. Producer Sue Mitchell (R)
Still a Maverick. Ricardo Semler is a business revolutionary from Brazil. Nineteen years ago he letthe workers take over his company. His ideas, laid out in his manifesto called Maverick, continue to make waves in the working world. Peter Day investigates. Editor Stephen Chilcott
Andrew Rawnsley with next week's political headlines. Including 10.45 Hindsight Four polemical columnists reassess their views.
1: Max Hastings. Editor John Evans. Hindsight rptd Wed 8.45pm
With LibbyPurveS. Repeated from Tuesday
Journalist and author Tony Parsons uses passages from Ernest Hemingway , Frank McCourt , Sue Townsend and Jan Morristo highlight the influences in his life. Repeated from Thursday