From St Mary's Lamberhurst, Kent.
World Service analysis. Producer Mike Popham
The Call of the Forest. Mark Tully investigates the meaning and role of the forest in myth and fairy tale, the religions of the world and the future of the planet. Producer Beverley McAinsh. Repeated at 11.30pm
Rural magazine. Producer Hugh O'Donnell
Religious and ethical news with Kati Whittaker. Series producer Amanda Hancox
An appeal on behalf of a charity seeking to enable survivors of torture and organised violence to engage in a healing process to assert their own human dignity and worth.
Producer Laurence Grissell. DONATIONS: Medical Foundation for the Care of Victims of Torture. [address removed]CREDIT CARDS: Freephone [number removed]. Repeated at 9. 25pm and Thursday 3. 27pm
From the Memorial Chapel at the University of Glasgow, marking the university's 550th year.
With the Very Rev Andrew McLellan and the Rev Stuart MacQuarrie , the Chancellor Sir William Kerr Fraser , Dr Mona Siddiqui of the Centre for Islamic Studies and the University Chapel Choir directed by Giles Brightwell.
Producer Mo McCullough. Organist Professor John Butt E-MAIL: firstname.lastname@example.org
Sir William Kerr
With AliStair Cooke. Repeated from Friday
Presented by Eddie Mair. Editor Kevin Marsh
Soap and flannel: page 28
Professor Anthony Clare follows up his encounter with agony aunt and author Claire Raynerwho revives memories of their controversial interview of 1988. Producer Michael Ember.
Quiz. E-MAIL email@example.com. Repeated from Monday
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The human brain is 60 per cent fat and needs essential fats to operate. What does this tell us about the origins of the human race, and what effect has our changing diet had on our mental health? Sheila Dillon investigates.
Producer Rebecca Wells. Extended repeat tomorrow 4pm
With James Cox.
Charles Wheeler presents five programmes looking at the history and impact of national service.
3: From Shouting to Shooting. National servicemen are given their first postings at home and abroad. Producer David Prest (R)
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Roy Lancaster , Pippa Greenwood and Bob Flowerdew answer some of the questions posed by gardeners from Kent. The team also choose trees forthe GQT garden at Sparsholt College, Hampshire. The chairman is Eric Robson.
Producer Trevor Taylor.
A new five-part series in which Chris Baines looks at domestic gardens from the point of view of wildlife and discovers gardeners are recreating habitats for an increasing number of animals.
1: A Glade in the Urban Forest. Baines meets the ultimate woodland edge dweller, the hedgehog. Producer Brett Westwood. WEBSITE: www.bbc.co.uk/nature Taking a walk on the wild side: page 20
In Martyn Wade 's dramatisation of one of Nathaniel Hawthorne 's most original short stories, a dull middle-aged man whose life has been monotonously ordinary foryears devises a plot to leave home temporarily and observe the effect on his wife from a flat opposite.
But he stays away much longerthan expected and it becomes more and more difficult to return.
Director Cherry Cookson (R)
Charlie Lee-Potter looks at what's happening in the world of books and Liz Rigbey picks the week's best audio books.
Producer Dymphna Flynn. Repeated Thursday 4pm. November's Bookclub is We Were the Mulvaneys by Joyce Carol Oates.
First in a new four-part series with Peggy Reynolds. 1: If- by Rudyard Kipling. An exploration of the enduring appeal of the poem which was voted the nation's favourite but which has received as many brickbats as bouquets overthe 90 years since it was first published.
Producer Sara Davies. Repeated Saturday 11.30pm
Current affairs documentary series. Financial auditing is a multi-billion pound industry in the UK. Fran Abrams asks how effective the major accountancy companies are in protecting investors and shareholders from fraud and financial mismanagement. Repeated from Tuesday
Last in the series in which Lynne Truss cheerfully confirms the prejudices of those who have never been tempted to attend a great sporting occasion. 3: And They're Off. How sport can be just a tiny bit repetitive. Producer Kate McAII. Repeated on Saturday
BBC radio highlights presented by Mark Lawson. Producer Neil George. PHONE: [number removed] FAX: [number removed]. E-MAIL: firstname.lastname@example.org WEBSITE: www.bbc.co.uk/radio4/potw
Robert Says 'no Show". Repeated tomorrow 2pm
Children's magazine. Listeners review the new film Atlantis and Morris Gleitzman talks about his book
Two Weeks with the Queen. Cromartythe cat will be causing his usual mischief and mayhem, and Jan Francis reads the sixth part of The Indian in the Cupboard by Lynne Reid Banks. With Matt Smith. Producer Jo Daykin. Series producer Olivia Seligman E-MAIL: email@example.com. WEBSITE: www.bbc.co.uk/gfi
Anna Massey narrates Christopher Lee 's series of the history of Britain. The reader is Robert Powell. Episode 22: 1937 a Coronation as War Looms. Producer Pete Atkin. Revised repeat
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Repeated from yesterday 12 noon
Including at 10.45 It's a Funny Old World.
Simon Hoggart looks back at his week spent at the seaside with hundreds ofTories at the Conservative Party Conference in Blackpool. Alongside the fairground rides and the fish and chips he samples the mood underthe new leader lain Duncan Smith and chats to delegates, to MPs and to journalists about the future of the party.
Editor John Evans. It's a Funny Old World: Producers Anne Tyerman and Sarah Harrison. Repeated on Wednesday at 8.45
The second of two programmes in which Tim Healey uncovers music which grew out of yesterday's great transportation systems. Producer Paul Evans (R)