From St Mary the Virgin. Fordingbridge.
That Hurts. Madeleine Bunting considers the complex experience and language of pain.
Does experiencing pain offer a way of connecting with others, or does it isolate and turn people in on themselves? Producer Eley McAinsh Repeated at 11.30pm
New series 1/5. The World's Largest
Slug. Lionel Kelleway visits the Dart
Valley in Dartmoor in search of tne ash-black slug, the world's largest ground slug, which can grow up to 30cm in length. Producer Julian Hector
Religious and ethical news, presented by Roger Bolton. Series producer Amanda Hancox
Charlotte Uhlenbroek appeals on behalf ot TALC/Teaching Aids at Low Cost
Producer Sally Flatman Rptd at 926pm and Thu at 327pm
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A service of remembrance on the 90th anniversary of Armistice Day from
St Michael 's Church in Pontarddulais, led by the Rev John Walters. The preacher is Canon Patrick Thomas. Producer Sian Baker
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Nicholas Witchell sets the scene in London's
Whitehall for the ceremony when the nation remembers the sacrifice made in the two World Wars and in other more recent conflicts After The Last Post and two minutes's silence, Her Majesty the Oueen lays the first wreath. The Bishop of London leads a short service and, during the March Past, veterans and those involved in present conflicts share their thoughts. Producer Simon Vivian
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Mark Whitaker reports from the arch in Ypres in Belgium, where The Last Post has been played every night since 1929, bar the Second World War, and is the most visited site on the Western Front. The memorial lists the names of more than 50,000 British Commonwealth soldiers who fell in the First World War and have no known grave. Producer Mike Hally
5/6. Sue Limb and Andrew Motion join team captains Sebastian Faulks and John Walsh in the literary panel game. This week's subject for pastiche is DH Lawrence. Rptd from Monday
Oder. Sheila Dillon looks at the history and range of ciders available and finds out what goes into much of the cider we drink. producer Rebecca Moore Repeated tomorrow at 4pm
Introduced by Brian Hanrahan. Editor Peter Rippon
Clearing out your parents' house is a daunting task, both emotionally and practically. It is also part of the process of mourning. People who have gone through the experience tell their funny, sad and surprising stories.
Producers Elizabeth Burke and Kim Normanton
Bob Flowerdew , Anne Swithinbank and Chris Beardshaw answer questions sent in by post and email. Chaired by Peter Gibbs. At 2.25 Gardening Weather Forecast.
Producer Trevor Taylor Shortened rpt on Wednesday at 3pm Alan Titchmarsh 's tips: page 34
4/4. Having depicted 13 of his friends in the Variations, Elgar used the final movement for a self-portrait. Ruth Padel concludes her search for the man behind the Enigma variations by asking what the Enigma is that lies at the heart of the work. Producer Emma Kingsley
2/2. Nevil Shute's moving account of the aftermath of a nuclear world war. After picking up a radio signal, US Submarine Scorpion sets out from Australia for Seattle in the hope of finding survivors in the northern hemisphere.
Repeated on Saturday at 9pm.
In a special programme, Toni Morrison , winner of the 1993 Nobel Prize for Literature, talks to Mariella Frostrup about Mercy, her first novel for five years, and looks back at a long and distinguished career.
Repeated on Thursday at 4pm
Antony Sher rediscovers the work of the First World War poet Isaac Rosenberg , who wrote to come to terms with both the conflict and the anti-Semitism of his fellow soldiers. The reader is Simon Schatzberger. Producer Neil Cargill Repeated on Saturday at 11.30pm
6/9. The Home Front. Why are growing numbers of Afghan veterans and other former soldiers failing to cope with life outside the Army? Allan Urry investigates claims that the NHS is still failing to deal with soldiers traumatised by war. Rptd from Tuesday
Ouentin Cooper makes his selection from the past week Of BBC radio. Producer Harry Parker PHONE: [number removed] email [address removed]; or www.bbc.co.uk/radio4/potw
Tom does some quality control.
For cast see Friday Repeated tomorrow at 2pm Soaps: page 41
Barney Harwood and the team investigate money and the present financial crisis. Producer Lucinda Montefiore
1/5. Gift. A series of stories about life-changing events from emerging Irish writers begins with this tale from David Frazer Wray. Evangelos
Patelis leads a solitary existence on an isolated Greek peninsula until he receives a parcel that has an unexpected effect on his life. Read by Dimitri Andreas. Producer Heather Larmour
Repeated from yesterday at 12.04pm
3/8. Michael Blastland examines the need for certainty in politics, and looks at the call made by Education Secretary Estelle Morris for politicians to admit that those in power do not have all the answers. Rptd from Thursday
Carolyn Ouinn previews the week in politics.
10.45 Historians in the Tent of the General 1/2. Andrew Roberts looks at the part historians play in politics - a part that can range from simple advice to a significant role close to the centre of power.
Historians in the Tent of the General is rptd Wed 8.45pm Editor of The Westminster Hour Terry Dignan
With Laurie Taylor. Repeated from Wednesday