From St George's, Dunster.
Breaking Away. Denis Tuohy explores the lure of the promised land versus the pull of home forthis Mothering Sunday. With music by Chuck Berry and Joseph Haydn and words by Vikram Seth and Charles Dickens. Producer Jane Jeffes. Rptdatll.30pm
Another topical episode of the farming programme. Producer Hugh O'Donnell
Roger Bolton with the religious and ethical news of the week, moral arguments and perspectives on stories familiar and unfamiliar, series producer Liz Leonard
John Sergeant speaks on behalf of a charity which helps prevent blindness and restores sight to people in the UK and in the developing world. Producer Anne Downing
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The Love and the Longing. A service for Mothering Sunday from St Martin in the Fields, London, led by the Rev Rosemary Lain-Priestley . With Professor Frances Young. Director of music Paul Stubbings.
By Alistair Cooke. Repeated from Friday
Eddie Mair presents a fresh approach to news, with conversation about the big stories of the week. Editor Kevin Marsh
Nigel Rees hosts a panel game about quotations.
With Samantha Bond , Patrick Barlow , Roger McGough and Peter Kellner. Reader Patricia Hughes. Repeated from Monday
Simon Parkes reports on how farmers and fishermen are rebuilding their communities and their livelihoods in Orissa, India, in the aftermath of last year's hurricane and floods.
Producer Rebecca Wells. Extended repeat tomorrow 4pm
With James Cox.
The Romantics and the 20th Century. Concluding herthree-part series, Jane Hanson explores the connections between literature, nuclear physics and the music of the spheres -the ancient belief that the motion of the planets produces sounds which have a direct influence on our music. Producer Radek Boschetty. Repeated Saturday llpm
John Cushnie , Bob Flowerdew and Bunny
Guinness answer questions posed by gardeners from Warwickshire. With chairman Eric Robson. Producer Trevor Taylor. Repeated Wednesday 3pm
Garden historian Caroline Holmes continues her three-part tour offamous gardens built by former empires. 2: The Moorish Gardens of the Alhambra, Spain. The Islamic rulers of medieval Spain introduced sensuous gardens which were imbued with great spiritual significance. Their intricate designs were far ahead of the rest of Europe. Wafting fragrances, waterfeatures and patios are just some of the ideas we have inherited from them. Producer Mukti Jain Campion
The conclusion of Virginia Woolf's novel, dramatised in two parts by Eileen Atkins. Ten years on, the Ramsay family makes a second visit to Scotland. There are poignant memories of those who have died in the intervening years. As Lily Briscoe watches on the shore, the promised visit to the lighthouse is finally achieved.
Director Cherry Cookson. Repeated Saturday 9pm
Juliet Stevenson and Paul McGannjoin Frank
Delaney to read a selection of listeners' requests for Mothering Sunday. And novelist and poet Helen Dunmore introduces some of her own poems on being a mother and a daughter. Producer Viv Beeby. Repeated Saturday 11.30pm
With Allan Urry. Repeated from Tuesday
Composer Robert Walker describes life on the Indonesian island of Bali, to which he emigrated in 1992, settling in the village of Karangasem. 3: Bribes and Busybodies. Walker meets the immigration official who reckons a new visa is worth the cost of an airfare.
Producer Andrew Green. Repeated Wednesday 8.45pm
Liz Barclay presents her selection from the past week on BBC radio.
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The last of four programmes examining some of fiction's best-known characters. La Dame aux
Cameras Alexander Dumas. A look at tuberculosis in literature. Susan Jeffreys is joined by Professors David Coward and Elizabeth Wilson , and by chest consultant John Moore-Gillon , to examine literature's most famous consumptive. Producer Francesca Plowright
With Roger Bolton. Repeated from Friday
Michael Rosen presents the series about words and the way we Speak. Repeated from Thursday
Being drunk is often treated as a bit of a laugh. In the first of two programmes about alcohol, Wendy Robbins wonders whetherthejoke is wearing thin. Producer Charles Sigler (R)
The Year Zero. A new constitution, newtechnology, the new global economy- British politicians seem in love with change. But isthere anything really new going on? With Melanie Phillips. Rptd from Thursday
Andrew Rawnsley with next week's political headlines. Including 10.45 Kebabbed: the Story of the Political Interview Ian Hargreaves looks at how political interviewing has changed. Editor John Evans
Louise Doughty and guests discuss three favourite paperbacks. Repeated from Tuesday
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By Steve Tilley , read by Tom George. A cemetery is thrown into chaos when the grave digger is stung by a wasp during a funeral. Producer Gemma Jenkins (R)