From St Mary the Virgin, Bridgwater, Somerset.
Repeated from yesterday at 7pm
Growing Old Wisely. Dr Tina Beattie considers the challenges and opportunities Of ageing. Producer Libby Spurrier Rptd at 11.30pm
2/4. Newt in a Pit. At Hampton Nature Reserve, Peterborough, Jules Howard of Froglife shows
Lionel Kelleway one of the largest colonies of great crested newts and explains why flooded clay pits make such a good wildlife habitat. Producer Stuart Reading
6/10. More short features shedding light on Iran.
Producer Stan Was Rptd on Fri at 7.15pm and Mon 25 September at 9.02am
Religious and ethical news, presented by Roger Bolton. Producer Amanda Hancox
Bel Mooney appeals on behalf of Act. a charity that provides palliative care for children.
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Producer Sally Flatman
Repeated at 9.26pm, and on Thursday at 3.27pm
Five years on from the events of 9/11 in New York and Washington, Canon Chris Chivers of Blackburn Cathedral and Anjum Anwar of the Lancashire Council of Mosques, reflect on today's barriers to peace. Director of music
Richard Tanner ; organist James Davy. Producer Philip Billson
7/10. Repeated on Friday at 6.29pm and Monday 25 September at 10.02am
Repeated from Friday
Paddy O'Connell looks at this week's news. Editor Peter R.ppon
8/10. Repeated on Friday at 129pm and Monday 25 September at 6.29pm
3/4. TV-am. Sue MacGregor re-unites key members of the launch team for Britain's first ever commercial breakfast
TV station: former TV-am chairman Peter Jay ; David Frost one of the Famous Five presenters; shareholder
Jonathan Aitken ; Nick Owen , who began on the sports desk; ana
Greg Dyke , the man credited with turning the station around. Producer Emily Williams Repeated on Friday at 9am
9/10. Repeated on Friday at 10.02am
11/11. With Paul Merton , Clement Freud , Ross Noble , Tim Rice , and chairman Nicholas Parsons. Rptd from Monday
Two families have committed to eating seasonal foods all year. Simon Parkes finds out how they are faring. Producer Dave Battcock Repeated tomorrow at 4pm
Global news, with Shaun Ley. Editor Colin Hancock
10/10. Repeated on Friday at 9.02am
New series 1/3. John Tusa chronicles the making of modern Iran since the constitutional revolution of 1906 and reveals an ancient society whose frequent struggles for freedom and democracy seem to be continually thwarted. producer Neil McCarthy Rptd on Friday at 11am
Bob Flowerdew and Anne Swithinbank answer questions from gardeners in Hampshire Eric Robson is in the chair. And Chris Beardshaw helps Paul Brice and Beth Clougher prepare their Birmingham allotment for the winter. Including at 2.25 Gardening Weather Forecast. Producer Trevor Taylor
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Anne Swithinbank answers gardeners' questions in the October issue of Good Homes MaGazine
3/4. Summer - Eating. As summer warmth dries out the earth, young rooks have a hard time finding enough to eat. Mark Cocker continues his profile of one year in the lives of a flock of his favourite birds. Producer Tim Dee
The first radio production of this classic story, set in 1958 on a northern Pennine hill farm. Twelve-year-old Kathy finds a criminal on the run hiding in her barn, but because of his profane exclamation of shock on being discovered, she and her siblings believe him to be Jesus Christ.
Dramatised by Diana Griffiths from the book by Mary Haley Bell and from Keith Waterhouse and Willis Hall 's screenplay for the 1961 film.
Producer/Director Pauline Harris
Mariella Frostrup talks to Victoria Glendinning about her biography of Leonard Woolf , and considers the role of the writer's notebook in writing fiction.
Producer Hilary Dunn Repeated on Thursday at 4pm
3/4. Edna St Vincent Millay - First Fig. This single-stanza poem has had an extraordinary life. Peggy Reynolds traces its journey from the bohemia of Greenwich Village in New York, where it was written nearly a hundred years ago. Producer Tim Dee Repeated on Saturday at 11.30pm
2/2. Looking at industrial espionage, Allan Urry investigates alleged attempts by China to systematically steal the latest industrial and military secrets. Repeated from Tuesday
Repeated from yesterday at 7pm
Barbara Myers presents a selection of excerpts from
BBC radio Over the past seven days. Producer Tamsin Hughes
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The waiting's over for Ian and Adam.
For cast see page 37 Repeated tomorrow at 2pm Soap & Flannel: page 36
Children's magazine programme, presented by Barney Harwood. Ahmet Zappa , son of Frank, talks about his new book, The Monstrous Memoirs of Mighty McFearless. Plus stories, music, jokes and competitions. Producer Abi Awojobi
4/5. A Jar of Cobblestones. By Joan Aiken. Read by Miriam Margolyes. A young writer meets a mermaid. Producer Jill Waters
Jenni Murray and guests on current media trends. Repeated from Friday
With Matthew Bannister. Repeated from Fri
Repeated from yesterday at 12.04pm
Repeated from 7.55am
2/9. Passport to Europe. Peter Day asks if Bulgaria and Romania are ready to join the EU, and what difference their membership will make. Repeated from Thursday
Andrew Rawnsley previews the week's political events.
10.45 An Anthropologist in the House of Lords
1/2. Social anthropologist Dr Emma Crewe spent three years studying the cultural practices of a unique group of individuals - the peers in the House of Lords. This week Dr Crewe introduces the natives and reveals how ritual is central to the political process of the second chamber. Editor of The Westminster Hour Terry Dignan
An Anthropologist in the House of Lords is repeated on Wednesday at 8.45pm
1/9. Libby Purves's guide to learning. Repeated from Monday
Repeated from 6.05am
David Edgar returns to the ruins of postwar East Berlin to tell the story of playwright Bertolt Brecht's triumphant but troubled last years in Communist East Germany. Repeated from Thursday
a look at a gay and lesbian church in the heart of Bible-belt Texas 3.00 News
Allan Little talks to the builders of the EU