From St Mary the Virgin, Chislet, Kent.
World Service analysis. Producer Mike Popham
On 11 September, BBC correspondent
Steve Evans communicated the full horror of the World Trade Centertragedy as it unfolded around him. It was feared he had become another casualty when his live broadcast from the scene ceased abruptly as television viewers witnessed the collapse of the building he was describing. Here Reynolds examines how, in the six weeks following the attack, New Yorkers have sought consolation and support in music and poetry, including WH Auden's poem September 1, 1939 and the Wilfred Owen verses used in Benjamin Britten 's War Requiem. Producer Paul Evans. Repeated at 11.30pm
Topical issues. ProducerHughO'Donnell
Religious and ethical news with Edward Stourton. Series producer Amanda Hancox
Debbie McAndrew appeals on behalf of a charity providing vital business development and marketing assistance forfood and handicraft producers in the developing world.
Producer Laurence Grissell.
DONATIONS: Traidcraft Exchange. [address removed]. CREDIT CARDS: Freephone [number removed]. Rptd at9.25pm and Thursday 3.27pm
At a time when so much depends on our leaders, the Very Rev Dr Wesley Carr , Dean of Westminster, examines Christian traditions and examples of leadership. Dr Carr has worked on human relations and managing social change, both in the UK and America. With the choir of St
Margaret's Westminster, directed by Simon Over. Producer Phillip Billson. Organist Thomas Trotter E-MAIL: email@example.com
With AlistairCooke. Repeated from Friday
Presented by Eddie Mair. Editor Kevin Marsh
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To mark the 20th anniversary of his series, Professor Anthony Clare recalls eight of his most memorable interviews. He regards his 1983 interview with actress Sarah Miles as one of the most idiosyncratic and wonders whether she still feels misunderstood. Producer Michael Ember.
Quiz. E-MAIL: firstname.lastname@example.org. Repeated from Monday
BBC RADIO COLLECTION: Quote... Unquoteis available on cassette at all good retailers and www.bbcshop.com. Call [number removed]
A turn on the pier and a snack of winkles used to be a feature of every seaside break. This edition asks what has happened to the shellfish - whelks, cockles and winkles - -that used to be so popular. Producer Rebecca Wells. Extended repeat tomorrow 4pm
With James Cox.
Charles Wheeler presents the last in a series about the history and impact of national service.
5: Demob Suits at Dawn. The last days of national service and return to civilian life. Producer David Prest (R) BBC RADIO COLLECTION: The Peacetime Conscripts is available on audio cassette at all good retailers and www.bbcshop.com Call [number removed]
Bunny Guinness, Bob Flowerdew and John Cushnie are in the potting shed answering questions sent in by post. The chairman is Eric Robson.
Producer Trevor Taylor.
A 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.3: The Pollinators. Gardens are now more important than ever as habitats for pollinating insects. Here, Baines learns howto build nestboxes for bumblebees and discovers the delights of backyard moth-trapping. Producer Brett Westwood. WEBSITE: www.bbc.co.uk/nature
Graham Greene 's novel is dramatised in two parts by John Harvey. 2: When Scobie falls in love he finds himself caught in a web of deceit and corruption from which there appears to be no escape
Producer/Director Sally Avens. Original Music by Dominic Fitzgerald
Yusef 's boy:
Charlie Lee-Potter on what's new in the book world, and Kevin Jackson with the week's best paperbacks. Producer Dymphna Rynn. Repeated Thursday 4pm. November's Bookclub is Talking to the Dead by Helen Dunmore.
A four-part series with Peggy Reynolds. 3: Musée des Beaux Arts by WH Auden
. Exploring the impact and strikingly contemporary resonance of Auden's short masterpiece about a Breughel painting, human suffering and the eruption of tragedy into the everyday. Producer Sara Davies. Repeated Saturday 11.30pm
The second of three programmes in which novelists introduce the life and work of an invented author and explain whytheywish such a writer had really existed. The series reflects the writers' interest in literary hoaxes and jokes. This week, Jim Crace asks who is the authorwho is always in the news, but whose work can't be found on bookshop or library shelves? Producer Rob Ketteridge. Repeated on Saturday
BBC radio highlights presented by Quentin Cooper. Producer Neil George. PHONE: [number removed] FAX: [number removed]. E-MAIL: email@example.com WEBSITE: www.bbc.co.uk/radio4/potw
Mike branches OUt. Repeated tomorrow 2pm
Children's magazine with Matt Smith. Nicolette Jones recommends books for Halloween, two listeners review the latest computer games and Jan Francis reads the final part of The Indian in the Cupboard. Producer Jo Daykin. Series producer Olivia Seligman E-MAIL: firstname.lastname@example.org. WEBSITE: www.bbc.co.uk/gfi
Anna Massey narrates Christopher Lee 's series of the history of Britain. The reader is Robert Powell. Episode 24: 1939: the Approach of War. Producer Pete Atkin. Revised repeat
BBC RADIO COLLECTION: This series is available on a series of individual audio cassettes and compact discs, as well as superb box sets. Two books to accompany the series have been published by BBC Books, www.bbcshop.com. Call [number removed].
Repeated from yesterday 12 noon
The politics of the next seven days, with Andrew Rawnsley. Including at 10.45 Man, Beast and Politics. The first of three talks by Kenan Malik. Editor John Evans. Man. Beast and Politics producer Michael Blastland. Repeated on Wednesday at 8.45
A four-part series in which Dave Gelly explores unusual musical collaborations. 2:
Europeanjazz aficionado Barbara Thompson and world-renowned percussionist Evelyn Glennie talk about their Greek-influenced musical tone poem Rhythms of the Gods. Producer Anne Bristow (R)