5: David Nobbs describes how he did get where he is today: "I stared at a blank sheet of paper. The whole world is mine to re-arrange. And the amazing thing is, people pay me to do this." For details see Monday Repeated at 12.30am
l When Dick McDonald and his brother Mack opened a restaurant in California in the late 1940s, they had little idea they'd set in motion something that not only would change the way the world eats but how it was served. Simon Calder investigates to what extent the 21st-century public still has an appetite for a mid-20th-century Happy Meal. Producer Rebecca Nicholson How those golden arches went global: page 109
By Giovanni Guareschi , dramatised by Peter Kerry in four parts. Starring Joss Ackland.
4: Don Camillo Gets into Trouble. Regular listeners will know that Don Camillo is always in trouble but this time it's serious. He's facing banishment from the Mundo Piccolo -forever.
Producer/director Chris Wallis
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This week, Emily Buchanan eavesdrops on workplaces around the world. There are some tips from Canada on how to look busy when skiving, a report from the vanishing world of knife grinders and fishermen in New York, and what it's like to be an investigative reporter in northern India. Producer Lucy Ash Repeated on Sunday at 8pm
The fifth of six dramas starring David Threlfall as the murder-solving priest.
5: The Digby Martin Meenan, guest starring Martin Clunes. An archaeological dig becomes a battlefield involving monks, politicians and developers, while Paolo makes some fascinating discoveries.
Director Mark Lambert
4: Getting Fresh. Steve Chalke visits pioneering schools in Nottinghamshire and Gloucestershire, which are getting fresh, locally produced food on to their lunch menus. Stayingwithin EU regulations they report an increased take-up, dispelling the myth that youngsters only want fast food. Producer Sandra Sykes
5: Out of the Burning House by Marina Warner, read by David Collins. "My dear, you know that burning-house dilemma, when you have to choose what you would take out of it? There's no doubt in my mind." For details see Monday
5: Knowing Individuals. Animals need to know who is family, who is friend and who is foe, so they recognise each by theirvocalisations. Biologists are also using these calls to tell different animals apart. For details see Monday
Le Sport Merveilleux. With Arsene at Arsenal and Houllier at Liverpool - French stars are acquiring a taste for the language of the "beautiful game"
(football, that is). Plus, a look at howthe women's movement has referred to itself over the last 30 years. Producer Michael Nangla Repeated Sunday at 8.30pm
The team are here to slap the media monkey vigorously with the glove of satire. With Steve Punt and Hugh Dennis , Marcus Brigstocke , Emma Kennedy , Mitch Benn and Jon Holmes.
Producer Adam Bromley Repeated on Saturday at 12.30pm
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2: Conductor Leonard Slatkin proposes Rachmaninov for great-life status. Biographer Geoffrey Norris adds spice to the man who was born in Russia and died in Beverley Hills. Chaired by Humphrey Carpenter. Producer Miles Warde
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