4/8. From big bonuses, fast cars and a champagne lifestyle to long hours in the office watching your investments crash, the life of a City trader isn't always a smooth ride. Olivia O'Leary talks to two traders to discuss the meaning of money.
Producer Karen Gregor Repeated at 9.30pm
England v South Africa
Commentary on the first day of the Fourth Test from the Oval by Jonathan Agnew ,
Christopher Martin-Jenkins , Henry Blofeld and Simon Mann. Analysis by Geoffrey Boycott , Phil Tufnell , Mike Selvey and Shaun Pollock. Producer Adam Mountford 'approximate times See also 5 Live Sports Extra at 10.45am TV highlights are on Five at 7.15pm
5/11. In the Shadow of the Cartel. Emilio San Pedro presents a profile of Tijuana, Mexico, a community under pressure from one of Mexicos most powerful drug cartels - the Arellano-Felix Organisation - and asks to what extent the group shapes the daily life of the inhabitants. Producer Linda Pressly Repeated on Monday at 8.30pm
3/5. Dominic Dromgoole , artistic director of the Globe Theatre in London, shares his passion for poetry and prose with an audience at the Globe. But is this disloyal? There isn't a word by the Bard included. Readers are Michelle Terry and John Light. Producer Mark Smalley
In 1943, B-17 Lucky Charm takes off from Florida on its way to active service in England. Joining the US crew are two British hitch-hikers who need a lift home. But each leg of their journey is beset with increasing difficulty and danger. Is there a Jonah on board? By Richard Stevens.
3/6. The story of a group of middle-aged skateboarders who were inspired to take up the activity again after the near-fatal illness of one of the gang made them reassess their mortality. Producer Laurence Grissell
4/5. Five Easy Ways with Chilli. A young woman shares her knowledge of how to cook with chillis and, in the process, illuminates her relationships with her lovers. Chillis are hot and passionate but they also sting and can leave a bad taste in the mouth. Scarlett Thomas 's story is read by Claire Skinner. For details see Monday
The further remarkable adventures of Pip Bin as he struggles against the cruel plotting of his evil guardian Mr Gently Benevolent.
Mark Evans's epic comedy in the style of Charles Dickens. This week there's a plot afoot to steal Britain's loveliest school, St Lovely's.
Mr Gently Benevolent:
6/8. Al-Qaeda's Enemy Within. As Islamist criticism towards Osama bin Laden grows, Frank Gardner investigates whether the terrorist leader's own comrades could be bringing about the downfall of al-Qaeda. Producer Innes Bowen Repeated on Sunday at 9.30pm
1/2. Following teams of young computer-game developers in the contest of their lives - they have only ten weeks to produce a game that will dazzle at the Edinburgh Festival and launch them on a dream career in one of the world's fastest-growing industries. Presented by Anthony Baxter. Producer Richard Phinney
Stand-up, sketches and songs as the comedian talks listeners through the things he's seen, heard and done in the past week, with help from Amelia Bullmore , Matt Berry and Nigel Buxton. Producer Ed Morrish
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