1/5. The previously untold story of Britain's most extraordinary double agent. At the start of the war, British criminal Eddie Chapman is recruited by the German secret service. He soon becomes a highly prized and decorated Nazi agent. What the Germans don't know is that his also working for MI5. Damian Lewis reads Ben Macintyre 's dramatic story of agent Zigzag. Abridged by Doreen Estall. Producer Emma Harding Repeated at 12.30am
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Led by Nigel Swinford. Here I Am, Lord (Schutte, arr Archer). Luke 5 vv3-11. Set Me As a Seal (Walton).
Ye That Know the Lord Is Gracious (Rustington). With Manchester Chamber Choir. Director of music Neil Taylor. Organist Simon Lol.
2/2. Tim Gardam concludes his exploration of the attitudes toward religion in inner cities by travelling to Birmingham, where he examines the relationship between Muslims and Christians, and discovers the effects of having an Anglican church situated directly Opposite a mosque. Producer Liz Leonard
New series 1/3. Catching Heathcliff. Lindsey, an incurable romantic, yearns to meet a modern-day Heathcfiff. When she does, she rashly sends him a romantic letter - and immediately regrets it. Her long-suffering friend Graham is then corralled into an elaborate and wildly comic campaign to retrieve it. The first of three romantic comedies is by Nick Warburton.
Producer/Director Peter Kavanagh
When Esther starts to plan her wedding she doesn't realise how many choices are involved. Nor how many other people want to make those choices for her. By Elizabeth Lewis.
Producer/Director Alison Hindell
Listeners' personal finance questions answered by Vincent Duggleby and his guests. Producer Chris A'Court
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1/5. John Claudius Loudon and the Derby Arboretum. Historian Tristram Hunt investigates the people and ideas behind our public parks.
Loudon was the first major advocate of public parks for the burgeoning cities of 19th-century England, largely through his prolific literary output of articles, books and magazines, where it is estimated that he wrote 60 million words to advance his cause. Producer Erin Riiey
5/11. Tony Hawks, Neil Mullarkey , Paul Merton and Sue Perkins are the panellists in this week's edition of the devious panel game. Nicholas Parsons is in charge of the stopwatch. From the Theatre Royal, Brighton. Producer Tilusha Ghelani Repeated on Sunday at 12.04pm
1/5. Some Kind of Normal. When Marilyn is thrown out of her marital home and goes to work for the first time in 30 years, she discovers the minimum wage doesn't sustain even modest living expenses. Rescue comes in the form of a cash-in-hand job and an unexpected friendship. The first in a series of dramas exploring the consquences of life on the minimum wage is by Katie Hims. Producer Paul Dodgson Repeated from 10.45am
3/3. Franco's British Friends. The investigative history series uncovers evidence that a group of British aristocrats and celebrities helped General Franco during the Spanish Civil War. Mike Thomson discovers recently released papers from MI5 that show that a famous flying ace, a top racing driver and an aristocrat secretly flew planes to Franco from an air-base near London. Producer isobei Eaton
2/9. Coastal Squeeze. Sea levels are predicted to rise by as much as 1.2 metres by the end of the century, radically transforming the look of Britain's low-lying coastlines.
Plans are being put in place to accommodate this change which may benefit wildlife but the plans are also causing ' conflict with locals. Grant Sonnex goes to Humberside to look at the start of a 100-year plan to change this magnificent estuary. Producer Mary Colwell
1/10. Neil Dudgeon reads Geling Yan 's tale about Dan Dong , an unemployed factory worker who discovers he can get a free meal and a month's wages by posing as a journalist at the many promotional banquets held every day in Beijing. But he finds that being a "banquet bug" has its downside, bringing him into contact with the corruption endemic in modern China. Abridged by Chris Wallis. Producer Chris Wallis RT DIRECT: To order the paperback of The Uninvited for £9.99
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Julian Vincent reveals the beauty and virtuosity of playing the banjo which, despite being much maligned. evolved from its African roots to become the darling of British popular entertainment. Repeated from Tuesday
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