Genuinely surprised. Here is Hamlet spread across the whole week in the prestigious 2:15pm slot in five parts (an act per day?) starting next Monday 24th March for five days, total duration about three and three-quarter hours which in audio terms is a mass of airtime allowing space for plenty of the play's textual real estate. For comparison, this is just shorter than the Branagh "full text" film and longer than his Renaissance Theatre production broadcast in 1992.
The programme page is here, with full cast list and clips of Jamie Parker talking about the role. And here.
Notice that it's not listed as being part of the Afternoon Drama strand, which usually features new drama by living writers. Will this affect its chances of being a downloadable podcast in the Drama of the Week?
Expect a review here in due course, then.