From St Michael's Church, Whichford !n Warwickshire.
A range of teachers teii their reasons for staying m a iow-paid. tow-status job.
3: Gra!nneTob!n and Lynne Fox. producerBeaty Rubens
Celtic Benediction. Mark Tully considers the latest developments in our understanding of Ceit!C sp!r!tua!ity. What !s the reahty behind popular and romantic perceptions of this tradition, and what js !ts gift to the wor)d today?
Producer Beveriey McA !nsh Repeated at 11.30pm
Another slice of reat country life. producer Steve peacock
With Roger Boiton.
Series producer Amanda Hancox
BBC correspondent Rageh Omaar appeals on behaif of Action for Disability.
Donations: Action for Disability Rehabilitation centre, [address removed] Credit Cards [number removed]
Producer Sally Flatman
Repeated 9.26pm and Thursday 3.28pm
From Greenside Church. Edinburgh. Led bythe Rev GiiieanMacLean with St Andrew Camerata. Doctor Of music Vincent Wallace. Producer Mo McCu !!ough
( from 9.15) Eddie Mair presents a fresh approach to the news. Ed!tor Richard Clark
Engtandv South Africa .
Commentary on the fourth's day piay !n the Th!rd
Test Match at Trent Bridge, including at 12.45 Ca!) the Commentators and at 3.30 At theBooksta).
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Sue MacGregor reunites five sen!or Iranian t!gures from the Shah's reign to ta)k about the revotut!on of 1978 and their lives in exiie. Producer David Prest Shortened repeat on Fnday at 9.00am
From Southwoid in Suffotk, with Nicholas Parsons in the chair and panellists Paul Merton. Graham Norton. Linda Smith and Clement Freud. Repeated from Monday
Continuing the series exploring the role of food in the social movements of our time. How the development of convenience food has liberated women from the tyranny of the kitchen.
Extended repeat tomorrow at 4pm
Domestic bliss? page 33
With Laura Trevelyan.
4: CeiiistSteven!sserhs, violinist Levon Chilingirian and biographer Brian Newbould talk about Schubert's String Quintet. Producer Rosie Bouiton
John Cushnie , Bob Fiowerdew and Roy Lancaster answer questions posed by the gardeners of Durham. Eric Robson is in the chair. Producer Trevor Taylor 3pm
Geoffrey Paimer continues a series celebrating the life and work of izaak Watton, author of 7?!e Comp/ear Angler. 4: Salmon. When Waiton fished here, the River Dove was famous for its saimon stocks, but over the years the population has declined to extinction. This year marks the sixth annual re-stocking of the river with saimon parr in the hope Of returning it to its former State. Producer Sarah Biunt
By Kazuo !shiguro, dramatised in two parts by James Frie ). 2: M/ss Kenton. Lord Dartington's butter Stevens has reso!ved to make a journey to the West Countrytofind h!sformer housekeeper, Miss Kenton. The journey evokes memories of a life half lived, and mistakes made in the years between two world wars. Producer/director Maniyn imrie Repeated Saturday at 9pm
Mariella Frostrup looks back at the life and works of novelist Carol Shields with Sally Vickers and guests. Producers Hilary Dunn and Thomas Morris
Repeated Thursday 4pm September Bookclub: Schindler's Ark by Thomas Keneally. One final question.... Mariella Frostrup : page 138
Jackie Kay travels to Wales to meet the poets G!!!!an C!arke and Menna E!fyn. C!arke has transited many of Etfyn's poems, read in this programme both in Welsh and in English. Producer Susan Roberts Repeated on Saturday at 11.30pm
Maurice Waish )ooks at American plans for the Iraqi oi) industry, and reports from Venezueta on the coup that threatened relations with one of Washington's Closest Oit partners. Repeatedfrom Tuesday
K/pperhead. Concluding his exploration of masculinity. Maiachi O'Doherty reflects on how he was shaped by one of his teachers - a violent Christian Brother, known as Kipperhead. Producer Bert Tosh Repeated on Saturday at 7.45
Ciare Balding presents her selection of excerpts from BBC radio overthe past seven days.
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Helen makes progress.
Repeated tomorrow 2pm FM only
Soap & Flannel with Alison Graham: page 36
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Barney Harwood visits the East End of London to track down the inspiration forjuiie Hearn's book
Fo//ow Me Down. Pi us. a new story, 7'/ie Uon, the tV/tcn andtne Microbe. byCS Lewis, read by Helen McCrory. Producer Jane Chambers EMA!L: email@example.com
Roots by NiaWiiiiams. After Craig's funeral his wife has to decide what to do about the garden. She a)so has to face up to her own part in his death. Read by Sharon Morgan. ProducerGeniHa!!-Kenny
EmhyBuchanan puts her swag on her backto visit Some radio Stations Down Under. Repeatedfrom Friday
2: Fu/<bottomed, Mops and Merkin. Michae) Rosen explores the waggery of wiggery - language connected With Wig-making. Repeatedfrom Friday
Shortened repeat from Friday
Surveys suggest that within 20 years, 40 percent of us will be living alone. Kenan Malik asks whether our culture undermines the creation of permanent relationships. Repeated from Thursday
Terry Dignan with the latest poiiticai headlines. including at 10.45 The MPs Road Show.
Editor John Evans MPs Road Show repeated Wednesday 8.45pm
Sue MacGregor is joined by painter Anthony Green and writer Kathleen Griffin to discuss their selection ofbOOkS. Repeatedfrom Tuesday
From the Ledbury Poetry Festival, where poet-in-residence Jo Shapcott presents her literary favourites. Repeated from Thursday