From St John's Church, Bollington, Cheshire.
News round-up and analysis from BBC World Service.
Unclean! Unclean! On the Feast of Candlemas, Mark Tully explores the notion of uncleanness. Producer Eley McAinsh Repeated at 11.30pm
With Anna Hill. Producer MoiraHickey
With Roger Bolton.
Series producer Amanda Hancox
Kay Mel lor presents an appeal on behalf of Home-Start, a charity that recruits and trains volunteers to provide emotional and practical support and friendship to families with young children. Donations: Home-Start, [address removed]
Credit-Cards: [number removed] Producer Sally Flatman Repeated at 9.26pm and on Thursday at 3.28pm
A service to mark Candlemas, from St John s-Renfield Church in Glasgow, with the Rev Johnston McKay and the choir of Paisley Abbey directed by George McPhee. OrganistJohn Langdon. Producer Mo McCullough
Repeated from Friday
With Fi Glover.
Editor Richard Clark
Sue Lawley's guest is the supermarket grocer and Labour peer Lord Sainsbury.
Producer Leanne Buckle Shortened repeat on Fnday at 9am
Nicholas Parsons chairs the panel game from the University of Dundee with panellists Fred Macaulay , Maria McErlane , Nick Revell and Gyles Brandreth. Repeated from Monday
Food Therapy. Sheila Dillon attends a group therapy baking session in Cumbria and Simon Parkes finds out how food production is helping young criminals in India back on to the straight and narrow.
Producer Rebecca Wells Extended repeat tomorrow at 4pm
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With James Cox.
Editor Richard Clark
3/3. At the South London Charter School youngsters prepare fortheir Sats exams and celebrate the end of another successful year. producerSue Mitchell
Roy Lancaster , Bob Rowerdew and Pippa Greenwood answer questions sent in by post. The chairman is Eric Robson.
Producer Trevor Taylor
BBC RADIO COLLECTION: A specially recorded edition of Gardeners' Question Time is available on audio cassette and CD from good retail outlets or from www.bbcshop.com Call [number removed]
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New series 1/5. LarsTharp looks behind some favorite antiques and collectables to find clues about the society that produced them.
Drinking Glasses. In Georgian society, fine wines called for fine glasses. Producer Lindsay Leonard
2/12. Dramatised by Martyn Wade from the novels of Anthony Trollope. Two new characters arrive on the scene: Phineas Finn and Lady Laura. Meanwhile, Lady Glencora has married Plantagenet Palliser, and Alice Vavasor, having broken her engagement to John Grey, is now engaged to her disreputable cousin
George. But has either lady been true to her heart?
Rptd on Saturday
Peter Carey joins James Naughtie and a group of readers to discuss his novel True History of the Kelly Gang, which tells the story of the early Australian criminal mastermind Ned Kelly through letters he writes to his estranged daughter. Recorded at the British Library. Repeated on Thursday March Bookclub: Fingersmith by Sarah Waters
Roger McGough presents an edition devoted to the verse of Rudyard Kipling , the most requested poet on the programme. With reader Bill Wallis. Producer Paul Dodgson Repeated on Saturday
Of Britain's privatised railway system, three companies own virtually all of the country's trains. The companies are subsidiaries of the High Street banks and were set up to help create a modern, reliable network. Reporter Alan Whitehouse asks whether or not they are delivering value for money for both travellers and taxpayers. Repeated from Tuesday
3/3. The last of three talks by Thomas Lynch , the writerfrom Michigan whose dayjob is undertaking. Great Hatred Little Room
Producer Kate McAII Repeated on Saturday
Gerry Anderson presents his selection of excerpts from BBC radio over the past week.
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Repeated tomorrow at 2pm
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Children's magazine programme with Barney Harwood. Plus, the third episode of Is There Life in Other Heads? by Michael Lawrence , featuring Keith Allen , Morwenna Banks and Nigel Greaves. Producer Johnny Leagas
Another chance to hear a short story by Marian O'Neill. To young Jack, going fishing with his dad and older brother epitomises everything about being a man. But is Jack ready to become a man? Read by Owen Roe. Producer Susan Carson
Roger Bolton with listeners' views and opinions on BBC radio programmes and policy.
ADDRESS: Feedback. PO Box 2100, London W1A 1QT Fax: [number removed]. Phone: [number removed]
Email: email@example.com Repeated from Friday
Mark Little traces the history of Australian comedy. In the first of three progammes he salutes the acts that have defined the Antipodean sense of humour and starts his quest by remembering the vaudeville Stars Of the 1940s. Producer Vicky Shepherd
Repeated from yesterday at 12.04pm
Unravelling the Garment Industry. With the end of the Multi-Fibre Agreement looming, Peter Day looks at the wide-ranging effects of the MFA in South East Asia and finds out how some manufacturing businesses are preparing themselves forthe future. Repeated from Thursday
Andrew Rawnsley previews the new week's political events. Including at 10.45 In the Think-Tanks.
3/3. Dennis Sewell explores the world of the think-tanks that focus on Europe.
Editor John Evans In the Think-Tanks Rptd on Wednesday at 8.45pm
Conservative candidate for London Mayor Steve Norris and historian and philosopher
Theodore Zeldin talk to Sue MacGregor about their favourite books. Repeated from Tuesday
Matthew Trusler is one of Britain's most promising young musicians. He needs to buy a top quality violin but discovers that a Stradivarius now costs more than a large detached house. Norman Lebrecht takes him Shopping. Producer Bill Lloyd