From St Helen's Church in Sefton, Merseyside.
Homesickness. Mark Tully examines homesickness, asking if it is a more complex yearning than nostalgia. With contributions from Rabbi Lionel Blue.
Producer Elizabeth Burke Repeated at 11.30pm
New series. 1/4. Marsh Harriers. Lionel Kelleway gets close to the marsh harrier, a large bird of prey at home in the marshlands Of East Anglia. Producer Julian Hector
With Roger Bolton. Series producer Amanda Hancox
Clive Anderson appeals on behalf of Save the Rhino. Producer Sally Flatman
Repeated at 9.26pm and on Thursday at 3.27pm
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From Down Cathedral, Downpatrick,
Northern Ireland. Led by the Very Rev Henry Hull. Preacher: Dom Mark-Ephrem Nolan Obts. Producer Bert Tosh
With Kevin Connolly. Editor Joanna Carr
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England v West Indies
Commentary by Jonathan Agnew , Simon Mann and Tony Cozier on the second one-day match, from Bristol. With analysis by Vivian Richards , Vic Marks and Alec Stewart. Producer Adam Mountford 'approximatetimes Commentary also on 5 Live Sports Extra from 10.30am TV highlights on today's play are on Five at 7.15pm
I rhe entertainer Barry Humphries talks :o Kirsty Young about his life, career and choice of records to take to the desert island. Producer Leanne Buckle Repeated on Friday at 9am
3/6. Comedian Chris Addison , writer Rupert Sheldrake and historian Bettany Hughes donate surreal but interesting exhibits. With John Lloyd and Sean Lock. Repeated from Monday
How is the wine market surviving the credit crunch? Sheila Dillon is at the London International Wine Fair to find out who is raising a glass and who is drowning their sorrows. Repeated tomorrow at 4pm
Presented by Shaun Ley. Editor Jamie Angus
New series. 1/3 Tristram Hunt tells the story of 60 years of tumultuous architectural change in Britain through three controversial public building projects. He begins by looking back to the troubled birth of Peterlee New Town in 1948. Producer Julia Johnson
Anne Swithinbank , Bob Flowerdew and Matthew Biggs are guests of Binfield Garden Club, near Reading. Including a look at why a "green" roof works so effectively. Eric Robson is in the chair. Includes at approximately 2.40 Gardening Weather Forecast. Repeated from Friday
5/5. Greenwich Old Royal Naval College Matthew Sweet discovers how the buildings of the Greenwich World Heritage Site provide film-makers with the perfect period backlot. Producer Esme Kennedy
/2. By Andrew Lynch. A starry cast, led by Johnny Vegas and Paul Whitehouse , picks up the characters created in Robert Tressell's The Ragged Trousered Philanthropists in two stories set ten years after the novel ends. The residents of Mugsborough have different views of the Great War. Producer David Morley ; Director Dirk Maggs Repeated on Saturday at 9pm
Jake Arnott talks to Mariella Frostrup about his latest novel The Devil's Paintbrush. Producer Ella-Mai Robey Repeated on Thursday at 4pm
2/6. Samuel Taylor Coleridge 's The Rime of the Ancient Mariner is read by Finbar Lynch. Presented by Roger McGough. Producer Tim Dee Repeated on Saturday at 11.30pm
While Britain's officials decide whether to nominate more sites for World Heritage status, Emily Maitlis asks if the UN's heritage policy protects our cities against developers or if it stops progress. (Repeated from Tuesday)
Repeated from yesterday at 7pm
Sheila McClennon selects her highlights from the past seven days of BBC radio. Producer Cecile Wright PHONE: [number removed] email potw@>bbc.co.uk or bbc.co.uk/radio4/potw; Fax: [number removed]
Debbie gets back to the job in hand.
For cast see Friday Repeated tomorrow at 2pm Ambridge diary: pages 118-119
Barney Harwood says farewell in the final edition of the children's magazine with guests the children's laureate Michael Rosen , and Jacqueline Wilson , Philip Ardagh and Kaye Umansky. He also presents a selection of his favourite moments from the past. Producers Lucinda Montefiore and Vibeke Venema
5/5. John Hegley reads his story in which he eavesdrops on the interesting goings-on between two friends over a bowl of rancid soup in Imperial Rome. Producer Jane Greenwood
Rptd from yesterday at 12.04pm
8/8. Let's Start a Bank. Peter Day finds out from the experts how to start a new bank - and how not to do it. Producer Sandra Kanthal
Carolyn Quinn previews the week in politics.
Writer and feminist Natasha Walter updates Mary Wollstonecraft on the progress made in striving for equality of the sexes since the 18th century.
Editor of The Westminster Hour Terry Dignan
Letters to Mary is repeated on Wednesday at 8.45pm
With Laurie Taylor. Repeated from Wednesday