Andrew Marr is joined by economist Joseph Stiglitz, who discusses his book The Three Trillion Dollar War: the True Cost of the Iraq Conflict, and Jacob Weisberg, who talks about his biography of George W Bush, The Bush Tragedy.
Shortened repeat at 9.30pm
1/5. Having had his fill of celebrity chefs, author Michael Booth burns his cookery books and heads to France to enrol at the most famous cookery school in Paris, Le Cordon Bleu. Abridged by Libby Spurrier and read by Alex Lowe. Producer Joanna Green Repeated at 12.30am RTDIRECT: To order Sacré Cordon bleu for £11.70 (RRP £12.99) inc p&p, call [number removed] (landline calls cost no more than Spa minute) quoting RT. orvisit www.rtdirectsparkledirectcom Radio choices: pages 134-135
5/6. Countess Natasha and the Red Menace Prime Minister Macmillan is on the show in the same week that it is infiltrated by a spy.
Christopher William Hill 's comedy continues. Producer Liz Webb
When Sandeep's father's shop is burnt down by two masked black men, the friendship between Sandeep and his friend
Jess is put to the test. Edson Burton 's thriller is set in inner-city Bristol.
Producer Mary Ward-Lowery
Listeners' personal finance questions answered by Paul Lewis and his guests. producer Lesley McAlpine its from landlines cost no
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1/5. Zippin' Up Your Boots. What every middle-aged person needs to know when asked to a school reunion, especially if they are going to lie about everything they've done since leaving. Gill Edwards s story is read by Alison Reid. producer Christine Hall 3.45 Mine All Mine
1/5. My Idea. A week-long look at the battle for intellectual property under attack from a motley army of pirates, fraudsters and Bbertarians. Chris Ledgard begins by looking at the pros and cons of patents. Producer Peter Everett
9/12 Paul Merton , Clement Freud ,
Josie Lawrence and Chris Neill are the panellists at De Montfort Hall in Leicester. Nicholas Parsons is in the chair.
Producer Tilusha Ghelani Repeated on Sunday at 12.04pm
1/5. Arrival. Filled with idealism, a group of nuns establish a remote mission in the Himalayas, but they are soon troubled by the insolent candour of the English agent, Mr Dean. Rumer Godden 's story, dramatised by Stephen Wyatt. Director Claire Grove Repeated from 10 45am
Radio choices: pages 134-135
1/5. What You Want. The first in a selection of Anne Enright 's new stories exploring the messy connections between people. An opera-house cleaner muses on her relationship with her high-flying son. Abridged by Sally Marmion and read by Kate Binchy. See panel Producer Emma Harding
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