From Worcester Cathedral.
Repeated from yesterday at 7pm
Yearninq to Be Heroes. Mark Tully wonders whether we all have the innate ability to be heroes and, if so, how the heroic can be awakened. is it possible to train ourselves to act heroically in a moment of crisis? And how are we shaped by the heroic archetypes of myth and legend?
Producer Eley McAinsh Repeated at 11.30pm
Before mechanisation, it was heavy horses that did the hard work on farms throughout England. Not only are Shires, Clydesdales and Suffolk Punches redundant today, the skills used to handle and break them in are also gradually being lost. Elinor Goodman meets a Devon farmer who has reversed this trend and learns the difficulties of breaking in the heavy horses. Producer Fran Barnes
Presented by Roger Bolton. Series producer Amanda Hancox
Jules Hudson appeals on behalf of Cerebra. Producer Sally Flatman
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On pilgrimage with the Royal School of Church Music Millennium Youth Choir.
Mgr Tony Rogers leads the service from the Upper Basilica of St Francis in Assisi, celebrating 800 years of the Franciscan friars. The preacher is Fr Thomas Riest. Producer ClairJaquiss
Clive James offers his reflections. Repeated from Friday
Presented by Paddy O'Connell. Editor Joanna Carr
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RT 3/5. Brit Art. Sue MacGregor gathers CHOICE together Tracey Emin , Gavin Turk , Mat Collishaw, Abigail Lane and Gregor Muir , some of the Young British Artists who created a new art scene in the Brit Art
Movement that emerged in the early 1990s. Producer Sarah Cuddon Repeated on Friday at 9am
4/6. David Mitchell hosts the game show in which panellists Jeremy Hardy , Fred MacAulay , Jack Dee and Will Self are encouraged to tell lies in a bid to smuggle as many items of truth as possible past their opponents. Rptd from Monday
Sheila Dillon finds out about a farmer-led co-operative that promotes organic produce. Repeated tomorrow at 4pm
With Shaun Ley. Editor Jamie Angus
Anne Fine reassesses the books of Enid Blyton. Dogged by accusations of racism and sexism, and riddled with creaking plots and cardboard characters, Blyton continues to outsell all other children's authors.
John Cushnie , Chris Beardshaw and Bunny Guinness are in the Peak District taking questions from the audience. Eric Robson is in the chair. Including at approximately 2.40 Gardening Weather Forecast. Rptd from Friday
Midge Ure goes to Cape Town to visit Zip Zap School of Circus Arts for Social Change, set up to teach circus skills to children from all walks of life. Producer Melissa Fitzgerald
2/2. Having murdered Camille, Therese and Laurent are free to marry, but their wedding night, and every subseguent night, is filled with terror. Emile Zola 's tale of lust, murder and madness, dramatised by Diana Griffiths.
Producer/Director Pauline Harris Rptd on Saturday at 9pm
The crime-writing genius Elmore Leonard talks to Mariella Frostrup about his new novel Comfort to the Enemy. And Claire Harman discusses the enduring fascination with Jane Austen 's books. Producer Thomas Morris Repeated on Thursday at 4pm
What happens when you bring a poet into a workplace? Last year's National Poetry Day theme was "work". Poet Patience Agbabi talked to the poets and the people who welcomed them into their workplace to find out what the experience meant to both parties.
Producers Simon Evans and Christine Hall Repeated on Saturday at 11.30pm
Tony Blair was deliberately discreet about his faith when he was prime minister. Now, he has set up his own Faith Foundation to promote understanding among the world's leading religions. Christopher Landau follows the establishment of the Foundation, asking if it can succeed in promoting religion as a force for progress in the 21st century. Repeated from Tuesday
Repeated from yesterday at 7pm
Miriam O'Reilly makes her selection from the past week Of BBC Radio. Producer Cecile Wright PHONE: [number removed] email potw®bbc.co.uk or www.bbc.co.uk/radio4/potw; Fax: [number removed]
Robert uses his loaf at Ambridge Hall. For cast see Friday Repeated tomorrow at 2pm Radio features: p118-119
Kirsten O'Brien visits the London Children's Ballet as they rehearse their latest production - Snow White. Meanwhile, up in Keighley, Yorkshire, a group of Brownies are taught the art of laying bricks, as part of the Children's University. Producer VibekeVenema
5/5. The Red Digger. Jules and Dino have arranged to meet their dad on the beach after his fishing trip, to walk the dog. When the dog appears and their father doesn't, the teenagers fear the worst. Alex Tregear reads Raffaella Barker 's story. Producer Joanna Green
Rptd from yesterday at 12.04pm
3/8. Power Drive. As the world's biggest car companies hold out their begging bowls for government bail-outs, newcomers are trying to revolutionise the automobile industry with electric cars. Peter Day investigates. Repeated from Thursday
Carolyn Quinn presents political stories.
Nick Robinson examines the career of Clement Attlee , who transformed postwar Britain and became one of the 20th-century's most celebrated prime ministers. The Prime Ministers is repeated from Tuesday Editor of The Westminster Hour Terry Dignan
With Laurie Taylor. Repeated from Wednesday