From St Andrew 's Church, Hurstbourne Priors, Hampshire.
News round-up and analysis.
New God. As many of the old images and metaphors for
God cease to convince, Mark Tully considers newly emerging ways of understanding and envisioning God. Producer Eley McAinsh Repeated at 11.30pm
8/8. Country life and its people, producer Benjamin Chesterton
Religious news, with Jane Little. Producer Amanda Hancox
Jon Snow appeals on behalf of Rett Syndrome Association UK... , Donations: [address removed]: Credit cards: Freephone [number removed]44 Producer Sally Flatman Repeated at 9.26pm and Thu 3.27pm
Poet theologians Gavin d'Costa, Eleanor Nesbitt ,
Ruth Shelton and Nicola Slee read from their work and reflect on God seen in the everyday. From St Bonaventures, Bristol, with the Exultate Singers, directed by David Ogden. Producer Claire Campbell Smith
The week's news stories, with Fi Glover. Editor Colin Hancock
Live coverage of the NatWest Series one-day international from Bristol. Commentary by Jonathan Agnew ,
Christopher Martin-Jenkins and Jim Maxwell.
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Author Alexander McCall Smith is Sue Lawley's s castaway. Producer Leanne Buckle Repeated on Friday at 9am
3/6. Tony Hawks and Sandi Toksvig join regulars Barry Cryer and Tim Brooke-Taylor for more inspired nonsense with Humphrey Lyttelton. Denis King is at the piano. Repeated from Monday
What has happened to traditional British lettuce varieties? Sheila Dillon finds out. Producer Margaret Collins Repeated on Monday at 4pm
News and analysis, with James Cox. Editor Colin Hancock
The use of drugs in soccer is nothing new. Alan Green reveals the hidden story of football's earliest tes with performance-enhancing substances. Producer jack Enright
John Cushnie , Bob Flowerdew , Anne Swithinbank and Matthew Biggs answer questions from visitors to the Gardeners' Question Time Summer Garden Party at Sparsholt College, Hampshire. Eric Robson is in the chair. Including at 2.25 Gardening Weather Forecast. Producer Trevor Taylor Shortened at 3pm BBC AUDIO: A specially recorded edition of Gardeners Question Time, featuring regular team members, is available on audio cassette and CD from retail outlets or from www.bbcshop.com. Call [number removed]
3/5. November The tea plants at Tregothnan, Cornwall, have survived the first snowfall. Producer Viv Beeby
by Thomas Hardy
2/3. Clym Yeobright has returned from Paris. A contrived meeting between him and Eustacia has sparked a mutual interest. Is he the man she has been dreaming of?
Dramatised by David Calcutt.
(Repeated on Saturday at 9pm)
Cult writer Sybille Bedford, now aged 94, has published a long-awaited memoir. She joins Mariella Frostrup. Producer Erin Riley Repeated on Thursday at 4pm
6/9. Roger McGough introduces requests for poems that celebrate sporting achievements on and off the field, with verse about cricket, swimming, horse racing and football. producer Mark Smalley Repeated on Saturday at 11.30pm BBC AUDIO: A newly released special edition celebrating 25 years of Poetry Please is available on CD from all good retail outlets or from www.bbcshop.com. Call [number removed]
3/11. With a new generation of nuclear reactors a real possibility, how near is Britain to a solution to the problem of what to dowith radioactive waste? Julian O'Halloran reports on the disposal headaches and radiation leaks that dog the nuclear-power industry. Repeated from Tuesday
1/2. Australian writer and broadcaster Sarah McDonald reflects on the changes taking place in her country and finds that the "no worries" approach is being overtaken by an outbreak of workaholism. Producer Sue Ellis Repeated on Saturday at 5.45am and 7.45pm
Sheila McClennon presents her selection of excerpts from BBC radio over the past seven days. Producer Torquil MacLeod
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Author Pete Johnson talks about his new book, Trusf Me, I'm a Troublemaker, which gives tips on everything from how to deal with the school nerd to meeting your dad's new girlfriend. Also, Fran and Ania explore the history of Midsummer's Eve. Presented by Barney Harwood. Producers Abi Awojobi and Rebecca Armstrong
2/5. A Recollection. The first of three interlinked stories is set in Paris in the early 1940s. Edouard, an idealistic student, marries Magdalena, a flamboyant Catholic-
Jewish actress, to ensure she never has to wear a yellow Star. Read by David Collins. Producer Elisabeth Edwards
Roger Bolton , with listeners' opinions and comments on BBC radio programmes and policy. Repeated from Friday ADDRESS: Feedback, PO Box 2100, London W1A 1QT
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1: Joan Sims
Celebrating the lives and work of comic actresses who, though much-loved, never took centre-stage.
Janet Ellis explores Joan Sims's career and talks to friends and colleagues, including Liz Fraser, Norman Wisdom and June Whitfield.
Repeated from yesterday at 12.04pm
7/9. Back to School. From September, all 14- to 16-year-olds in England will get lessons in entrepreneurship. Peter Day goes back to school to ask whether it's right to try to train young people to be entrepreneurs. Repeated from Thursday
Andrew Rawnsley previews the week's political events.
10.45 Mad as Hell
New series 1/3. Why is everyone who comes into contact with modern British government mad as hell? Columnist Simon Jenkins investigates.
Editor Terry Dignan Mad as Hell is repeated on Wednesday at 8.45pm
5/9. The intelligent guide to the wide world of learning, presented by Libby Purves. Repeated from Tuesday
In 1926 the BBC sparked a national panic by broadcasting news of a murderous riot in London, which turned out to be a spoof created by a Catholic priest, Ronald Knox. The BBC's managing director John Reith 's reaction was a surprising one. With Ray Snoddy. Repeated from Thursday
My Life So Far (1/5)
Jane Fonda reads from her new autobiography