3/3. James Pennethorneand Victoria Park, London. Pennethorne was the creator of the first people's park, Victoria Park in London s East End. It was set up after a petition of 30,000 names had been presented to Queen Victoria demanding an East End version of Regent's Park. Producer Erin Riley
1/5. Greed. Everyone wants to get rich. The first instalment of this week's selection of fiction and non-fiction writings by various authors reflecting Britain's boom-and-bust economic cycle. Introduced by Evan Davis. Producer Clive Brill Repeated at 12.30am
French and German school pupils have started using the same history textbook - an example of a trend across Europe for using the teaching of history to overcome mistrust and conflict between nations. Mark Whitaker reports from France, Germany and Bosnia. Producer Mark Whitaker
2/5. The Captain. A series of burglaries on empty houses bears all the trademarks of one of Dock Green's most colourful characters but is Andy too keen to make an arrest? By Ted Willis. Adapted for radio by Sue Rodwell.
Producer/Director Viv Beeby
Novelist Paul Sand died 20 years ago and now his wife has died too. At their seaside home her daughter and a university researcher meet. She needs to sell up and clear out: he wants to see what papers the great man has left behind. Written by Tessa Hadley.
Music composed by Geoff Nichols , Imogen Triner (oboe), John Welch (piano) Producer/Director Tim Dee
1/5. John McGahern 's short story in which
Kate falls for Guard Harkin - but her parents are worried about his character. Abridged by Neville Teller and read by Jim Norton. Producer Anne Simpson ; Director John Simpson
1/5. The Electron. Big Bang Day on Wednesday will see the launch of the biggest ever scientific experiment at
Cern (the European Organisation for Nuclear Research). In this series of programmes,
Simon Singh examines the significance of five subatomic particles, beginning with the electron. Producer Adrian Washbourne Big Bang Day: page 116
7/10. Nicholas Parsons presents the stopwatch comedy panel game from the Rose Theatre, Kingston-upon-Thames, where the panellists include Paul Merton , Sue Perkins and Chris Addison.
Producer Tilusha Ghelani Repeated on Sunday at 12.04pm
1/5. For two years, Queen Anne has been happy to have Sarah, Duchess of Marlborough, rule her court - and her heart. But now, in 1704, the young orphan Abigail arrives at St James's Palace. By Deborah Davis.
Other parts played by Dan Starkey and Ben Crowe Director Jeremy Mortimer
Sarah, Duchess of Marlborough:
John McCarthy investigates the belief held by some parents in America that God is using their children as evangelists to save souls. But is it the parents who are really the driving force? Producer Kirsten Dwiqht
1/2. Ouentin Cooper looks at the history of Cern, the European particle physics laboratory created after the Second World War, which on Wednesday will launch the biggest scientific experiment ever conducted. He talks to founder members who worked with people they'd been at war with only a few years earlier. Concludes tomorrow. Producer Tom Alban
1/10. Dorothy Whipple 's 1953 novel about the North family, whose comfortable life on the edge of a small country town is disrupted by a stranger's arrival. Abridged by Jill Waters. Read by Deborah Findlay. Producer jiii waters RT DIRECT: To order Someone ata a Distance for E8.55 (RRP E9.00) inc p&p, call [number removed] (calls from landlines cost no more than 8p per minute) quoting RT. or visit www.rtdirect.sparkledirect.com
6/9. Squab Is Not the Language of Love Radio writer Hugo defects to TV.
Producer Liz Webb
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