From All Saints, Wyke Regis in Dorset.
The Wings of the Morning. This week Mark Tully explores the enduring human quest to fly like a bi rd. Producer Beverley McAinsh. Repeated at 11.30pm
The topical farming series returns for a new series. Producer Karen Gregor
Roger Bolton with the religious and ethical news of the week, moral arguments and perspectives on stories, familiar and unfamiliar.
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The Rt Hon Baroness Boothroyd speaks on behalf of a charity which works to improve the lives of older people on low incomes.
Producer Anne Downing. DONATIONS: National Benevolent Fund for the Aged. [address removed] CREDIT CARDS: Freephone [number removed]. Rptd at 9.25pm and Thursday 3.27pm
From the St Stephen's Centre, Edinburgh.
Presented by David Tennant , with the St Andrew Camerata directed by Vincent Wallace. Organ Douglas Mcllwraith.
With Alistair Cooke. Repeated from Friday
Afresh approach to news, with conversation about the big stories of the week, presented by Eddie Mair. Editor Kevin Marsh
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Bill Oddie and Claire Gorham are among the guestsjoining Nigel Rees to exchange quotations and anecdotes. Repeated from Monday
Can a new initiative to bring recipes designed by top chefs to hospital wards help reduce patient recoverytimes? Derek Cooper investigates. Producer Sheila Dillon. Extended repeat tomorrow 4pm
With James Cox.
The Town Waits. Every sizable town in Britain had its municipal band or "waits". They were the watchmen at the gates who played shawms, sackbuts and lutes to signal the hours. They also entertained distinguished visitors and became the town's official band with their own liveries. In a four-part series Tim Healey explores the history and sound of the old town waits.
Producer Dilly Barlow. Repeated Saturday llpm
Bob Flowerdew , Pippa Greenwood and Anne Swithinbank answer questions posed by gardeners from East Sussex. And the team comes up with some effective suggestions to keep crime out of the garden. With chairman Eric Robson.
Producer Trevor Taylor.
Conversations with three of the country's leading gardeners, presented by Monty Don. Joy
Larkcom, doyenne of vegetable gardening, has revived unusual vegetable and salad crops in her productive yet ornamental organic potager. Producer Felicity Goodall (R)
Mikhail Bulgakov's classic Ukrainian novel is dramatised in two parts by D.J. Britton.
In the winter of 1918, the citizens of Kiev wait for the city to fall, either to the Bolsheviks or to the nationalists. The Turbin family, supporters of the tsar, take refuge in their family home.
(Repeated Saturday 9pm)
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James Naughtie meets Margaret Drabble and a group of readers to talk about her novel The Witch of Exmoor. Show more
Humorous poetryfrom Bellocand Betjemanto the humble limerick, to celebrate April Fools' Day. Producer Felicity Goodall. Repeated Saturday 11.30pm
Major issues, changing attitudes and important events, with Jenny Cuffe. Repeated from Tuesday
Well-known psychologists offer new insights into the experiences of biblical characters.
Dorothy Rowe reflects on the rich young man who wanted everything. Producer Rosie Dawson. Repeated Saturday 7.45pm
A selection of extracts from BBC radio over the past seven days. with Chris Serle.
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Jennifer is caught bending. Repeated tomorrow 2pm Soap and Flannel with Alison Graham : page 40 Roland White 's radio review: page 55
Another chance to hear last year's sell-out visit to the Queen's Hall in Edinburgh of the American radio variety show. Garrison Keillor hosts the first of two evenings of music, comedy and storytelling. With Tim Russell and Sue Scott , and guests the Battlefield Band and crime writer Ian Rankin.
Producers Patrick Rayner and Christine Tschida. Sound effects Tom Keith. Piano Richard Dworsky. The Guy's All-Star Band (R)
Listeners' views on BBC radio programmes and policy, With Roger Bolton. Repeated from Friday
Home - but Not Alone. Two years ago five families built "earth homes" in Hockerton, Nottinghamshire, in orderto live sustainable lives within a community. Their successes include cheaper bills and low-cost transport. Howard Stableford visits the project with a group of "self builders" who hope to embark on a similar project in Bristol. Repeated from Thursday
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Taming the Globe. People travelled from all over the world to protest in Seattle and Prague, demanding greater participation'in decisions that affect life in the globalised economy. Mary Kaidor asks if these demonstrations were signs of an emerging global society. Repeated from Thursday
Next week's political headlines with Andrew Rawnsley. Including 10.45 It's Funny Old World Editor John Evans. It's a Funny Old World rptd Wednesday 8.45pm
Solicitor Anthony Julius and independent MP
Martin Bell discuss three favourite paperbacks with presenter Louise Doughty. Repeated from Tuesday
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Three programmes in which African musicians talk about the development of their music. This week Robin Denselow talks to Femi Kuti , son of Fela Kuti, the founder of Afrobeat and himself a renowned musician.
Producers Ronni Davis and Alison Vernon-Smith (R)