From St Chad's in Headingley, Leeds.
Repeated from Sunday 18 May
Committees. Committees: are they an efficient way of making decisions or an excuse for postponing or avoiding difficult problems. Presented by Mark Tully. Producer Libby Spurrier Repeated at 11.30pm
New series 1/4. Adders. Naturalist Lionel Kelleway meets adder watcher
Sylvia Sheldon on her home turf in Worcestershire and observes the creatures she so admires. Producer Julian Hector
Roger Bolton presents a round-up of the week's religious and ethical headlines, featuring moral arguments and alternative perspectives on the key stories. Series producer Amanda Hancox
David Jacobs appeals on behalf of International Childcare Trust Producer Sally natman Repeated at 9.26pm and on Thursday at 3.27pm Donations: [address removed], marked International Childcare Trust on the back of the envelope: Credit cards: Freephone [number removed]; online via the Radio 4 website
Angela Tilby visits Aldeburgh, Dunwich and Minsmere on the Suffolk coast to reflect on our uneasy relationship with the sea. With the writer Kevin Crossley-Holland and Clive Young , the Bishop Of Dunwich. Producer Norman Winter
Paddy O'Connell catches up on events at the annual arts and culture festival being held at Hay-on-Wye. Editor Peter Rippon
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England v New Zealand
Commentary on the third day of the Second Test at Old Trafford. For commentators see yesterday * approximate times
TV highlights are on Five at 7.15pm
Composer Howard Goodall chats to Kirsty Young and selects eight favourite recordings to take to the BBC's mythical island. Producer Jane Thurlow Repeated on Friday at 9am
3/6. Adam Buxton , Ed Byrne , Lee Mack and Tim Vine , with host David Mitchell. Rptd from Monday
Increasing food yields in Africa has long been an objective of food-aid agencies. So can an Ethiopian project provide some useful lessons? Sheila Dillon finds out. Producer Rebecca Moore Repeated tomorrow at 4pm on FM
Presented by Shaun Ley. Editor Peter Rippon
Tibet has been part of China since the 13th century according to the Chinese, but Tibetans dispute the claim. Rob Gifford , former China correspondent for the American National Public Radio, assesses the chances for a peaceful resolution of the long-running feud. Producer Arlene Gregorius Repeated on Thursday at 8pm
Anne Swithinbank , Pippa Greenwood and John Cushnie answer questions from members of Kingsley Garden Club near Frodsham in Cheshire, and Bunny Guinness visits the garden of food critic Prue Leith. Eric Robson is in the chair. Including at
2.25 Gardening Weather Forecast. Producer Trevor Taylor Shortened rpt Wednesday at 3pm Alan Titchmarsh's tips/Dwarf lilacs: page 42 Oak planthouse, water butt and binoculars: p31
New series 1/5.
Brett Westwood presents the guide to help identify your local woodland birds. He begins in the Forest of Dean where he is joined by bird watcher Stephen Moss and wildlife sound recordist Chris Watson as they find such woodland birds as nuthatches and tree creepers.
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A Guide to Woodland Birds
2.45pm Radio 4 FM The quality of the sound recording in this series is so good that if you shut your eyes you could be in the Forest of Dean. Chris Watson is the man responsible for the sound, while presenter Brett Westwood offers the poetical, evocative descriptions of the birds he spots. An interactive webpage to accompany the series is available this week via [web address removed].
2/3. By Thomas Hardy. Dramatised by Helen Edmundson. Henchard struggles to hold his life together despite painful revelations and the unexpected arrival of someone from his past. Producer/Director Nadia Molinari Rptd Saturday 9pm
Joining Mariella Frostrup on stage from the Hay festival is screenwriter Andrew Davies.
Repeated on Thursday at 4pm
2/10. Carol Ann Duffy 's poem, conjuring up a twin-sister for Elvis Presley as a nun rocking in her wimple, is one of the works introduced by Roger McGough. Patrick Romer and Eva Bryer read requests for other poems by Anna Akhmatova , Peter Porter and Douglas Dunn. Producer Mark Smalley Repeated on Saturday at 11.30pm
The aftermath of violent street battles across France. For details see yesterday
Repeated from yesterday at 7pm
John Wilson makes his selection from the past week of BBC radio. Producer Jacqueline Smith PHONE: [number removed], (calls from landlines cost no more than 8p per minute); email [address removed]; or www.bbc.co.uk/radio4/potw
Brian learns to pay more attention.
For cast see Friday Repeated tomorrow at 2pm on FM Soaps: page 35
The Joshua Files: Invisible City is an adventure inspired by the ancient Mayan beliefs and technologies. Did the Mayans come from space? Barney Harwood and the team meet the book's author Maria Harris. Producer Vibeke Venema
5/5. Nell's First Night. What better way for Nell to give her 13-year-old goddaughter a treat, than to take her to a "proper" theatre? Thelma Barlow and Clare Corbett read Roy Apps'S story. Producer David Blount
Repeated from yesterday at 12.04pm
4/9. What's in Store? Peter Day asks what happens to shops and malls in the era of internet commerce. Repeated from Thursday
Carolyn Ouinn looks at the political week ahead.
10.45 For Whom the Division Bell Tolled 3/3. Michael Portillo explores the history and peculiarities of the back-bencher. He concludes the series by asking: "Have back-benchers always been more interested in keeping their job than changing the world?" For Whom the Division Bell Tolled is repeated on Wednesday at 8.45pm and next Sunday at 5.45am Editor of The Westminster Hour Terry Dignan
With Laurie Taylor. Repeated from Wednesday