From St David 's Church, Moreton in the Marsh, Gloucestershire.
Continuing the series in which Alan Whicker revisits memorable spots from his years of travel. This edition features Palm Beach, Florida, producer ciarecsonka
/ Have a Dream. Asian poet and academic Roshan Doug explores the positive and negative aspects of ambition. Producer RonniDavies Repeated at 11.30pm
Anna Hill goes to Suffolk to meet the Stachan family, who are bucking the trend and making money out of dairy farming. Producer Steve Peacock
With Roger Bolton. Series producer Amanda Hancox
An appeal of behalf of Prevention of Professional Abuse Network.
Donations: [address removed]. Credit Cards [number removed] Producer Sally Flatman Repeated at 9.25pm and Thursday 3.28pm
A service for All Souls' Day from the Abbey church, Dorchester on Thames, Oxfordshire. Canon David Winter reflects on the experience of bereavement. Producer Philip Billson
With Alistair Cooke. Repeated from Friday
With Eddie Mair.
Editor Richard Clark
Sue Lawley's castaway this week is Professor Sir
Christopher Frayling , Rectorof the Royal College of Art. Producer Lisa Jenkinson
Joining Nigel Rees to exchange favourite quotations and anecdotes are Annie Caulfield ,
Brough Scott , Matthew D'Ancona and John Sergeant. With reader Meryl O'Keeffe. Repeated from Monday
Restaurants. Simon Parkes examines Britain love affairwith Italian food. He meets some of those
Italians who set up many of the country's well-known cafes, delis and restaurants in postwar Britain. Producer Sam Thorn Extended repeat tomorrow at 4pm
With James Cox.
Editor Richard Clark
Maurice Walsh considers American plans for the Iraqi oil industry, and reports from Venezuela on the coup that threatened relations with one of Washington's Closest oil partners. Producer Andy Denwood
Roy Lancaster , Bob Flowerdew and Pippa Greenwood answer questions from visitors to the Wetherby Festival. Chaired by Eric Robson.
Producer Trevor Taylor
5: The Barnacle Goose. In the last programme of a series exploring the lives of migratory species, Matthew Parris looks at the mixed reaction of Hebridean residents to the winter arrival at Islay of barnacle geese from the Arctic. Producer JeremyGrange
Charles Dickens's classic about struggles in the industrial north, dramatised in four parts by Doug Lucie.
The arrival of Sleary's circus challenges the provinicial thinking of the local businessmen.
(Repeated Saturday 9pm)
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James Naughtie and a group of readers talk to Esther Freud about her semi-autobiographical first novel Hideous Kinky, in which a well-meaning 1960s mother takes her two young daughters on the hippy trail in Morocco. Repeated Thu 4pm December's Bookclub book is Hawksmoor by Peter Ackroyd
January's is Clinging to the Wreckage by John Mortimer
February's is True History of the Kelly Gang by Peter Carey
Delight in the natural world, relationships and an Iraqi poem of peace all feature in Roger McGough 's selection of listeners' favourite poems. The readers are David Collins and Bonnie Hurren.
Producer Kate McAII Repeated on Saturday at 11.30pm
A Government committee is considering universal vaccination against hepatitis B. But would children be at greater risk from immunisation than from the disease? With Matthew Hill. Repeated from Tuesday
2: "Michael Rosen continues to ruminate with wit and humanity on the subject of exams". Discuss. With contributions from A-level pupils, from Oxford undergraduates and from those studying for vocational qualifications in the building trade,
Rosen looks at the way we mark attainment in higher education, what this says about our priorities and assumptions and whether or not we "could do better." Professor Ted Wragg helps him cheat. Producer Jane Ray Repeated on Saturday at 7.45pm
A selection of excerpts from BBC radio over the past seven days.
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Kenton's future looks unsure.
Repeated tomorrow at 2pm
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This week sees the final of the Talk the Talk competition. And Mari-Claire Turley continues to read from Jacqueline Wilson 's The Lottie Project. Producer Jane Chambers
5: How the Herring Became a Kipper by Emma Parfitt and read by Stella Gonet. Producer Lisa Osborne
Roger Bolton with listeners' views on BBC radio. ADDRESS: Feedback, PO Box 2100, London W1A 1QT
Phone: [number removed] firstname.lastname@example.org Rpt of Friday
5: Arthur Dent. Barry Cryer assesses the impact of Douglas Adams 's comically involuntary space traveler from The Hitch-Hiker's Guide to the Galaxy. Producer Angela Sherwin
Repeated from Saturday at 12.04pm
Fixing Germany. With a drifting economy and huge social and industrial problems, Germany needs to change the way it works in orderto powerthe new Europe. Peter Day looks at the issues through the eyes of people from both the former West and East Germany - 13 years after reunification. Rptd from Thu
Andrew Rawnsley previews the new week's political events. Including at 10.45 Props of Power. Michael White , political editor of the Guardian, discovers the vital role played by personal secretaries in the House of Commons.
Editor John Evans Props of Power repeated on Wednesday at 8.45pm
The intelligent guide to the wide world of learning, With LibbyPurves. Repeated from Tuesday
2: Poet Simon Armitage and musicologist
Allan Moore consider how musical arrangement and vocal expression create meaning and atmosphere. With guest singer June Tabor and song examples by Frank Sinatra and Bjork. Producer Robert Ketteridge