From St Martin's, Eynsford, Kent.
News and analysis from BBC World Service.
Not Guilty? Michelene Wandor explores the thought and the deed of guilt through its theological and legal definition and considers its effect on the human condition. Producer Ronni Davis Repeated at 11.30pm
How London's farmers are aiming to feed the capital. Producer Moira Hickey
Religious and ethical news with Jane Little.
Series producer Amanda Hancox
Martin Jarvis appeals on behalf of the Cancer
Laryngectomee Trust, which helps people who have had a laryngectomy and their carers.
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Anne-Marie Cole Rptd at 9.26pm and on Thursday at 3.2Spm
Magnificat. Mary's Song is celebrated at York Minster, led by the Archbishop of York, Dr David Hope. With the Ebor Singers, the Choir of All Saints Roman Catholic
School, York, and the Magnificat Festival Orchestra. Producer Stephen Shipley
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Fi Glover presents a fresh approach to the news. Editor Richard Clark
Sue Lawley talks to poet UA Fanthorpe, who chooses eight records to take with hertothe mythical island.
Producer Leanne Buckle Shortened
Swapping quotations with Nigel Rees are Brian Sewell ,
Andrew Mueller , Pam Rhodes and John Suchet. The reader is William Franklyn. Repeated from Monday
Japanese Food in Britain. Sheila Dillon looks at
Japanese food and ourgrowingtastefor sushi and saki.
Producer Rebecca Wells Extended repeat tomorrow at 4pm "The kebab of the 1990s": page 39
With James COX. Editor Richard Clark
A Today in Parliament special that discovers the true story of the events of 1979 when just a single vote decided the fate of Callaghan's Labour government.
Reporter Mark D'Arcy. Producers Peter Mulligan and Simon Jones
Bob Flowerdew , John Cushnie and Pippa Greenwood are guests of Newick Horticultural Society. In the Hampshire garden, Pippa offers the definitive guide to choosing a greenhouse. Including Gardening Weather Forecast. Eric Robson is in the chair.
ProducerTrevor Taylor Shortened
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3/4. Good Husbandry Goeth Not All by Much Expense
Garden historian Caroline Holmes scavenges thrifty tips from the past on how to save money in the garden. Producer Mukti Jain Campion
2/2 By Robert Louis Stevenson, dramatised by Chris Dolan.
Two brothers engage in a bitter struggle over money, power and love in this dark and dramatic adventure story, set in 18th-century Scotland and America. The House of Durrisdeer is shattered when the Master returns from the dead for a second time.
(Repeated on Saturday at 9pm)
Bestselling author Amelie Nothomb talks to Mariella Frostrup. Plus a reader's guide to the best gardening books. Producer Sally Spurring Repeated on Thursday at 4pm June Bookclub: TheScold's Bridle by Minette Walters
New series 1/6. Roger McGough introduces requests for much loved poems such as TS Eliot's The Love SongofJ Alfred Prufrock and work by UA Fanthorpe (this week's Desert Island Discs guest) and Alfred Noyes. The readers are Alice Arnold and Peter Marinker. Producer Mark Smalley Repeated on Saturday at 11.30pm
1/2. There are 250 million people living in the Arab countries - and none of them live in a fully independent democracy. In these taboo-breaking documentaries Dr Maha Azzam asks why the Arab world has so little political freedom. She travels to Egypt, Saudi Arabia and Qatar to meet the campaigners fighting for their rights, and challenges the government officials who have made promises of change but who have so farfailed to deliver. Repeated from Tuesday
2/3. Ordained in 1971, the Rev Dr Joyce Bennett was the first English woman priest in the Anglican
Communion. Whilst working as a missionary in Hong
Kong she sent home a weekly airmail to her parents for more than 30 years. Today she talks about the period when she became a deacon and reads excerpts from her letters. Producer Sally Flatman Repeated on Saturday at 7.45pm
Sheena McDonald presents her selection of excerpts from BBC radio over the past seven days.
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David provides a listening ear.
For cast see Friday Repeated tomorrow at 2pm
Alison Graham 's Soap & Flannel: page 44
BarneyHarwood hosts the children's magazine programme, with stories, competitions, features and interviews. Producer Chris Wilson
2/5. New stories about fathers and adolescents.
An Afternoon Outing. A father tries to bond with his son on a rare weekend outing. Written by Panos Karnezis and read by Peter Polycarpou. Producer Emma Harding
6/6. Rosie Goldsmith rolls outthe red carpet as she listens to the Oscars of the radio world. She offers a taste of the latest English programme beaming out of a remote eastern European country- Transdniester Radio Calling! Repeated from Friday
6/8 Abracadabra. Michael Rosen and guests pull a rabbit out of a hat as they investigate magical words associated With conjuring. Repeated from Friday
Repeated from yesterday at 12.04pm
1/9 The world is still powered by oil and, even though discoveries peaked decades ago, nobody knows how much is left buried in the earth. Peter Day asks some basic questions about the supply and demand of the energy that makes the world work. Repeated from Thursday
Andrew Rawnsley previews the new week political events. Including at 10.45 Brave New Europe.
3/3 The Greatest Challenge. Misha Glenny reflects on the conflicts ended and the opportunities opening up when the ten new members of the European Union arrive this month.
Editor Terry Dignan Brave New Europe repeated on Wednesday 8.45pm
Director of the London School of Economics Howard
Davies and children's author Eleanor Updale talk to Sue MacGregor about their favourite books. Repeated from Tuesday
1/3. A series that examines how different artists reach their own interpretation of a particular work. Cellists Steven Isserlis and Ralph Kirshbaum discuss Bach's Fifth Cello Suite. Producer Lucy Lunt