St Peter 's, Woolton in Liverpool.
World Service colour and analysis from BBC
Correspondents worldwide. Producer Mike Popham
Eyes to See. This week an exploration of the invisible dimension of life and some of the key questions it raises. Presented by Mark Tully. Producer Beverley McAinsh. Repeated at 11.30pm
Anothertopical episode of the farming programme. Producer Hugh O'Donnell
The religious and ethical news of the week, presented by Roger Bolton. Series producer Amanda Hancox
John Inverdale speaks on behalf of a charity which offers vital supporttothe mostdisadvantaged and excluded young people around the country.
Producer Mohini Patel. DONATIONS: UK Youth, [address removed]CREDIT CARDS: Freephone [number removed]. Repeated at 9.25pm and Thursday at 3.27pm
There's Glory for You! service on the eve of the Feast of the Transfiguration from Salisbury
Cathedral, led by Canon Jeremy Davies. With Margaret Hay , Principal of the Salvation Army
International College for Officers and winner of the 2000 Preacher of the Year competition. Music sung by over 350 girl choristers from 19 cathedrals, directed by Simon Lole. Organist David Halls.
With Alistair Cooke. Repeated from Friday
Presented by Jeremy Vine.
Nicholas Parsons hosts the panel game. Repeated from Monday BBC RADIO COLLECTION: Volume 5 of Just a Minute is now available on audio cassette from all good retail outlets and www.bbcshop.com. Call [number removed].
Four special programmes of conversation based on a lifetime in foodjournalism, presented by Derek Cooper. This week restaurateur Ruth Watson , food publisher Tom Jaine and Curry Club founder Pat Chapman considerthe different incarnations of the British restaurant, post-warto present. Producer Rebecca Moore.
With James Cox.
A series in which people on the receiving end of prejudice or discrimination ask what causes those feelings and what we should do about them. Disability. With Colin Hughes , a BBC political producer with muscular dystrophy. Producer RogerCniids(R)
Nigel Colborn , John Cushnie and Roy Lancaster answer questions posed by gardeners in North Wales. With chairman Eric Robson. Producer Trevor Taylor.
Reflection. The series combining science, art and traditional stories ends by reflecting upon what water teaches US about ourselves. Producer Grant Sonnex
Tess Durbeyfield, the most striking and tragic of Thomas Hardy 's heroines, struggles to overcome the pitfalls of poverty and ignorance. Adapted in four parts by Alan Sharp. 2: Tess leaves her employment after Alec d'Urberville takes advantage of her. She returns home, where she gives birth to his child. Director Mary Peate. Composer Sylvia Hallett. Violin Isabel Watson Repeated Saturday 9pm BBC RADIO COLLECTION: Tess of the d'Urbervilles is available from all good retail outlets and www.bbcshop.com. Call [number removed]. Keith Barren's Kind of Day: page 138
Martin Amis discusses his acclaimed novel London Fields with James Naughtie and a group of readers. Repeated Thursday 4pm.
The next Bookclub will be The Grass Is Singing by Doris Lessing on 2 September. To take part PHONE: [number removed]
Poetry and conversation with Christopher Cook and guests Tobias Hill and Susan Wicks. Producer Felicity Goodall. Repeated Saturday 11.30pm
The inside story of the conflicting forces behind the Kyoto agreement on climate change. Simon Cox investigates the two strongest forces on governments around the world: the corporate lobby and the media-savvy direct-action protestor. Repeated from Tuesday
Writers on Writing and Migration. Three audio essays about novelists who have chosen to live and work abroad. Abdulrazak Gurnah discusses his emigration from Zanzibarto Britain and the desire to start writing. Producer Michelle Rayner Repeated Saturday 7.45pm
The week's BBC radio highlights with Edward Stourton. Editor Richard Bannerman. PHONE: [number removed]
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Lilian makes a decision. Repeated tomorrow 2pm
This week Matt Smith meets Zoe from EastEnders, and looks at books for the summer. Jonathan Miller reads the next episode of Emil and the Detectives and there are the usual jokes and competitions. Producer Jo Daykin. Series producer Olivia Seligman E-MAIL: firstname.lastname@example.org. WEBSITE: www.bbc.co.uk/gfi
Anna Massey narrates Christopher Lee 's history series of the story of Britain. Reader Robert Powell. 1920-21. Russia and Ireland Producer Pete Atkin Revised repeat
BBC RADIO COLLECTION: This series is available on a series of individual audio casettes and compact discs, as well as superb box sets. Two books to accompany the series have been published by BBC Books, www.bbcshop.com. Call [number removed].
Presented by Roger Bolton. Rptdfrom Friday
With Michael Rosen. Rptdfrom Friday
John Waite and his team investigate your complaints. Repeated from Friday
Repeated from 7.55am
A Penny for Your Thoughts. Andrew Dilnot looks at intellectual property rights. Repeated from Thursday
The politics of the next seven days, with Shaun Ley. Including at 10.45 Tails of the Tiger.
Editor John Evans. Tails of the Tiger repeated Wednesday 8.45pm
Actress Jan Ravens and author Ann Enrightjoin Louise Doughty to discuss three favourite paperbacks. Repeated from Tuesday
Repeated from 6.05am
Dr Jonathan Miller chooses a selection of literary favourites, including poems by George Herbert and some classic wit from James Thurber. Readers
Philip Franks and Kerry Shale. Repeated from Thursday