From the church of St Thomas the Martyr, Oxford.
A range of teachers tell their reasons for staying in a low-paid, low-status job. 3: Helen Constantine : Wonderland. Producer Beaty Rubens (R)
Lost for Words. Mark Tully explores the importance of speech in the light of claims that our verbal skills may be in danger of disappearing.
Producer Beverley McAinsh Repeated at 11.30pm
Presenteed by Anna Hill.
Producer Steve Peacock
With Roger Bolton. Series producer Amanda Hancox
Anita Roddick appeals on behalf of Women Link. Donations: [address removed] Credit Cards [number removed]
Producer Sally Ratman Repeated 9.26pm and Thursday 3.28pm
With people from a variety of faiths, Piers Plownght explores the connection between religious belief andgettingthroughtheday. Producer Philip Billson
WithAlistairCooke. Repeated from Friday
Eddie Mair presents a fresh approach to the news. Editor Richard Clark
Sue MacGregor reunites Concorde co-pilot
Jonn Cochrane and flight-test engineer John Allen with broadcaster Raymond Baxter , the then minister of aviation Tony Benn and the anti-Concorde campaigner Mary Goldringto talk about the maiden flight of the world's first supersonic passenger aircraftinthespringofl969.
Producer David Prest
From Malvern, with Nicholas Parsons and Tony
Hawks, Linda Smith , Chris Neill and Clement Freud. Repeated from Monday
A Taste of the Times. The first of four programmes exploring the role of food in the social movements of our time. 1: The youth movement and the burger. Producer Nikita Gulhane Extended repeat tomorrow at 4pm Why catering is cool: page 31
3: Conductor Mark Elder , choral director Simon Halsey and Verdi expert Roger Parkertalk about Verdi's Requiem. producerRosieBouiton(R)
BunnyGuinness.Pippa Greenwood and Anne Swithinbank are at the Wharf Art and Entertainment Centre in Tavistock, Devon. Eric Robson is in the chair. Producer Trevor Taylor
Geoffrey Palmer continues the series celebrating the life and work of Izaak Walton , author of The
Compleat Angler.3: Grayling. Fly fishing is the art of deception as John Green demonstrates when he shows how to tie a Grayling Witch and reflects on the links that bind him to Walton. Producer Sarah Blunt
By Kazuo Ishiguro , dramatised in two parts by James Friel 1: Darlington Hall. Lord Darlington's butler, Stevens, resolves to make a journey to find and renew his friendship with his former housekeeper, Miss Kenton. During the journey he recalls the momentous events that unfolded at Darlington Hall in the years between the two world wars.
Producer/director Marilyn Imrie Repeated Saturday at 9pm
Jenny Colgan talks to Tobias Hill, explores the troubled history of the cult classic Midnight Cowboy, and, as the summer literary festivals get into full swing, asks well-known writers which questions from the audience they dread most.
Producer Thomas Morris Repeated on Thursday at 4pm
September Bookclub: Schindler's Ark by Thomas Keneally.
Another in the series on poetry and place comes from Hull, home to Philip Larkin from 1955 to 1985. Jackie Kay talks to Jean Hartley , who published Larkin's first successful collection of poetry.
Producer Katherine Beacon Repeated on Saturday at 11.30pm
In the first of two programmes, Maurice Walsh examines the key role that oil plays in American foreign policy. Tonight he reports from the Caspian on how a new pipeline has helped shift the strategic balance in the region. Repeated from Tuesday
Breakup. Continuing his exploration of masculinity, Malachi O'Doherty recalls how at 40 and grievingfor a lost relationship he found himself asking if he was a man at all. Producer Bert Tosh RepeatedonSaturdayat7.45
Peter Day presents his selection of excerpts from BBC radio over the past seven days.
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Greg practises his parenting skills. Repeated tomorrow 2pm
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Children's magazine programme, presented by Barney Harwood. Including the sixth episode of Jeremy Strong 's drama, What Do You Think You're Doing? Producer Jane Chambers EMAIL: email@example.com
A re-run of contemporary stories set in Wales.
3: Last Nightby Tessa Hadley. Gemma gets a part in a production of Twelfth Night and learns her first lesson in love. Read by Siriol Jenkins . Producer Geri Hall-Kenny (R)
Emily Buchanan presents the best of English-language radio stations around the globe. This week she looks at twins, similarities and coincidences. Repeated from Friday
Michael Rosen returns with the programme about words and the way we speak. 1: It's All Going
Swimmingly! Rosen heads for the lido to cool off in a time-honoured summertradition. And he looks at the Beatles' lexical legacy. Repeated from Friday
Shortened repeat from Friday
Don 't Mention the Neighbours. With next year's enlargement, the European Union's membership will include countries which are poorer, less democratic and stable than us. Kirsty Hughes asks what the EU's plans are forthe new neighbours. Repeated from Thursday
Terry Dignan with the latest political headlines. Including at 10.45 The MPs Road Show.
Dinah Lammiman follows the Transport select committee to Orkney, where they learn about the problems of depending on expensive air links between the northern isles and mainland Britain. Editor John Evans MPs RoadShowrepeated Wednesday 8.45pm
Sue MacGregor and guests actress Carol Drinkwater and broadcaster Peter Stanford talk about their three favourite paperbacks. Repeated from Tuesday
Joan Bakewell entertains an audience a t the Aldeburgh Festival with her choice of favourite literature. Repeated from Thursday