From St John's, Bollington in Cheshire.
Repeated from yesterday at 7pm
Possessions and Limitations. Tom Robinson reflects on the notion that "possessions are our limitations", with reference to writings by Oscar Wilde , Gandhi and Rumi, and music by Philip Glass , Maurice Greene and Lennon and McCartney. Producer Alan Hall Repeated at 11.30pm
4/9. Elinor Goodman visits Greatwood Racehorse Rescue and learns how contact with the animals is helping autistic teenagers. Producer Sarah Swadling
Religious news, with Roger Bolton. Producer Amanda Hancox
Stephen Fry presents an appeal on behalf of the BiPolar Organisation. Producer Sally Flatman Repeated at 9.26pm and on Thursday at 3.27pm Donations: [address removed]
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A service reflecting on Holocaust Memorial Day, with the Rev Kevin Franz. From St John 's Episcopal Church,
Princes Street. Edinburgh, with the Yiddish Song Project and the church choir directed by Stephen Doughty. Organist Peter Horsfall.
Paddy O'Connell discusses the week's news. Editor Peter Rippon
The author and sci-fi novelist Brian Aldiss talks to
Kirsty Young about his life and work, and about his choice of eight favourite pieces of music to take to the mythical island. Producer Leanne Buckle Repeated on Friday at 9am
4/11. This week's panellists are Alan Cochrane , Paul Merton , Tim Rice and Chris Neil in the veteran panel game, which this week comes from the Everyman Theatre in Cheltenham. Repeated from Monday
Sheila Dillon explores the food issues of the day. Producer Kevin Dawson Repeated tomorrow at 4pm
News and analysis. Editor Colin Hancock
British public schools are tapping into the vast and lucrative markets up for grabs in modern China. Ruth
Evans goes back to school to hear more about this unholy alliance between British educational elitism and Chinese
Communism. Producer Ruth Evans
More horticultural hints as John Cushnie , Bob Flowerdew and Anne Swithinbank answer queries from gardeners in Surrey. Plus a visit to Highgrove House, home of Prince Charles, where Tony Russell and Peter Gibbs look at the trials that are under way to find an elm resistant to Dutch elm disease. Including at 2.25 Gardening Weather Forecast.
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4/5. Plymouth. Gregg Wallace visits the Plymouth
Pannier market, which was destroyed in 1941 and rebuilt after the war - a testament to the locals' determination to keep the market going. But how long can this ancient market survive competition from the larger stores across the road? Producer Neil George
3/3. Etienne has been forced into hiding as the strike continues, and the militia have been called in. The news leaks out that the mining company is recruiting strike-breakers from Belgium and urgent action is need. The concluding episode of Emila Zola 's masterpiece is dramatised by Diana Griffiths.
Producer/Director Pauline Harris Repeated on Saturday at 9pm
Mariella Frostrup talks to novelist Sophie Kinsella about the latest book in her Shopaholic series: Shopaholic and Baby. Producer Nicola Holloway Repeated on Thursday at 4pm
6/9. Roger McGough blows away the winter blues with a blast of colour, in a selection of poems about the visual arts. Rupert Wickham , Adjoa Andoh , Jonjo O'Neill and Jim Findley read verses by Miroslav Holub , William Blake , Elizabeth Jennings and WS Graham.
Producer Mary-Ward Lowery Repeated on Saturday at 11.30pm Send your requests to Poetry Please, BBC Bristol, BS8 2LR EMAIL: firstname.lastname@example.org Phone [number removed] (calls cost no more than 8p per minute from land lines)
Edward Stourton travels to Saudi Arabia where, along with the first stirrings of democratic change, he finds a deeply conservative country where the war in Iraq is sending potential democrats scurrying for cover. Rptd from Tuesday
Repeated from yesterday at 7pm
Mark Lawson makes his selection from the last seven days Of BBC radio. Producer Jacqueline Smith To contact the programme with your suggestions:
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Jack shows his dark side.
For cast see page 33; Repeated tomorrow at 2pm Soap & Flannel: page 32
In Sierra Leone, west Africa, many children were abducted from their families and forced to fight as child soldiers. Now a group of young people have set up a rap group called
Respect to try to educate people about war. Presented by Barney Harwood. Producers Vibeke Venema and Justine Willett
1/5. Peerless. A man finds a purpose in life after befriending a penguin. Read by Oliver Ford Davies. Producer DiSpeirs
The programme that celebrates the lives of the recently deceased. With Matthew Bannister. Repeated from Friday
The latest from the world of personal finance, presented by Paul Lewis. Repeated from yesterday at 12.04pm
4/8. Not Just for Profit. Social entrepreneurs are taking a businesslike approach to making change, not simply profit, out of enterprises such as leisure centres and loan companies. Peter Day asks what motivates them, and how effective social entrepreneurs can be. Repeated from Thursday
Carolyn Ouinn looks ahead to the week's political events with a mix of interviews and reports.
10.45 The Brandreth Rules for the Great Offices
New series 1/3. What does it take to get the top of the political ladder? In a new batch of talks former
- MP and broadcaster Gyles Brandreth gives us an insight into the dos and don'ts of reaching high office. He begins with the rules on how to be prime minister. Editor of The Westminster Hour Terry Dignan
The Brandreth Rules for the Great Offices is repeated on Wednesday at 8.45pm
2/5. Rick Stein presents some memorable pieces of literature, including prose, poetry and some favourite cookery writing. Christian Rodska and Jenny Coverack join him to entertain an audience at the Seafood School in PadStOW. Repeated from Thursday
what will the Democratic victory in the Congress mean for American foreign and domestic policy?