From St Bartholomew the Great in West Smithfield.
Repeated from yesterday at 7pm
Behaving Virtually. Mike Wooldridge looks at some of the questions raised by the digital world. Is it possible to say what is real ana what is virtual and where the dividing line between them lies? He asks if online communities and relationships are "real", and whether or not anonymity allows us to be our true selves.
Producer Eley McAinsh Repeated at 11.30pm
2/4. Alex James meets the couple who run Highfields farm in Derbyshire, a care farm where people aged 14-16 can learn new skills. He also meets some of the teenagers who have benefitted from the project. Producer Martin Poyntz-Roberts
Religious and ethical news, presented by Edward Stourton. Series producer Amanda Hancox
Jenny Agutter appeals on behalf of St Giles Trust. Producer Sally Flatman
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Fr Brendan Smyth leads the morning service from St Peter 's Cathedral in Belfast.
Preacher: Fr Hugh Kennedy , producer Bert Tosh
With Paddy O'Connell. Editor Nick sutton
RT DIRECT: Ambridge Affairs: Heartache at Home Farm
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Senegalese musician Baaba Maal talks to Kirsty Young and chooses eight records to take to the mythical island.
(Repeated on Friday at 9am)
11/12. Paul Merton , Sheila Hancock , Clement Freud and David Mitchell try not to hesitate, deviate or repeat themselves when speaking for 60 seconds on a topic given to them by chairman Nicholas Parsons. Rptd from Monday
Cuba. Sheila Dillon examines the development of Cuban agriculture since the country stopped receiving subsidised fuel, fertilisers and chemicals from the former USSR 30 years ago. Repeated tomorrow at 4pm
With James Robbins. Editor Nick Sutton
In 1909 the first Woolworths store opened, but a century later more than 27,000 staff were left looking for work as stores across the country closed after the company went into administration. A former employee tells of his struggle to find a new job in order to feed his growing family. Producer Louise Cocker
John Cushnie , Chris Beardshaw and Bunny Guinness are guests of Chapel-en-le-Frith Gardening Club in Derbyshire. Eric Robson is in the chair. Inlcuding at approximately
2.40 Gardening Weather Forecast. Repeated from Friday
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5/5. Chris Tally Evans enjoys the extremes of weather as winter grips the River Wye within yards of his home in Rhayader in Powys. Producer Steve Groves
1/2. Growing up in a farming community in north-east Scotland, Chris Guthrie is torn between her love of the land and her ambition to become a teacher. As Chris's domineering father struggles with the harshness of the land, her mother's fear of childbirth leads her to despair. Lewis Grassic Gibbon 's novel, dramatised by Gerda Stevenson.
Producer/Director David Ian Neville Repeated on Saturday at 9pm
Marcel Theroux talks to Mariella Frostrup trip to northern Siberia that provided raw material for his novel Far North. producer Thomas Morris Repeated on Thursday at 4pm
Celebrating the life and work of the poet and publisher Lawrence Ferlinghetti, the elder statesman of San Francisco poetry. Ferlinghetti published Ginsberg's Howl, defending it through the obscenity trial that followed, while his
A Coney Island of the Mind remains one of the bestselling books of poetry. In this exclusive interview to celebrate his 90th birthday,
Ferlinghetti talks about why he doesn't consider himself to be a part of the Beat generation. Producer Rob Alexander Rptd on Saturday at 11.30pm
8/11. Next month the Royal Military Police will come under judicial scrutiny after concerns about the quality and independence of their investigations into civilian deaths in Iraq. Simon Cox examines the RMP's record in dealing with alleged crimes by UK forces. Repeated from Tuesday
Repeated from yesterday at7pm
Peter White selects his highlights from the past week Of BBC radio. Producer Harry Parker PHONE: [number removed] email email@example.com or www.bbc.co.uk/radio4/potw; Fax: [number removed]
The deal is off for Brenda.
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Barney Harwood learns about the value of zero at the Cambridge Science Festival. Producer Vibeke Venema
5/5. Freedom. Three generations of a family have their holiday memories stirred by a shabby old caravan parked in an overgrown field. Patrick Gale 's story is read by John Paul Hurley. Producer Eilidh McCreadie
7/11. With Roger Bolton. Repeated from Friday
With Matthew Bannister. Repeated from Friday
Rptd from yesterday at 12.04pm
4/6. stupid.com. Are young people becoming so hooked on the web and computer games that they are unable to think, study and concentrate? Kenan Malik asks
Stephen Fry , among others, whether the rise of the digital generation should be a cause for celebration or concern. Rptd from Thursday
Carolyn Quinn previews the week in politics.
10.45 The Prime Ministers
3/8. Nick Robinson looks at Robert Peel, the prime minister who put the nation's interest before party interest.
Editor of The Westminster Hour Terry Dignan The Prime Ministers is repeated from Tuesday
Julia Roberts talks to Francine Stock about her new espionage comedy Duplicity.
Actress Shirley Anne Field goes back to the 1960s and her role in the ground-breaking British movie Saturday Night, Sunday Morning. Repeated from Friday
With Laurie Taylor. Repeated from Wednesday