Andrew Marr and Tom Feilden report from
Geneva, where scientists are ready to switch on the Large Hadron Collider or LHC. With Evan Davis and John Humphrys.
6.25, 7.25, 8.25 Sports
7.48 Thought for the Day
With the Rev Dr David Wilkinson.
Brian Cox , Cern physicist, meets celebrity enthusiasts of particle physics, including
Alan Alda , John Barrowman and Ben Miller. He contemplates the Big Bang with Eddie Izzard and discusses the universe's shape with Dara O'Briain. Producer Alexandra Feachem Brian Cox answers One Final Question: p146
5/6. Yours Sincerely. Appearances can be deceptive. Comedy by Christopher Lee.
Other characters are played by Kenneth Danziger , Alan Shearman and Matthew Wolf
Producers Rosalind Ayres and Martin Jarvis Director Pete Atkin
In a special radio edition of the sci-fi TV drama, Torchwood goes to Geneva, where Martha Jones is working as a doctor for a UNIT task force at Cern. A giant particle accelerator is about to be activated for the first time, but scientists are hearing voices and collapsing with a strange illness.
By Joseph Lidster.
Pippa Greenwood , Anne Swithinbank and Chris Beardshaw answer questions from gardeners in Hampshire. Peter Gibbs is in the chair. At 3.25 Gardening Weather Forecast. Shortened repeat from Sunday at 2pm
3/5. The Antiparticle. Every elementary particle has an antiparticle, composed of antimatter. Simon Singh reports on the Cern physicists trying to understand the significance Of this antimatter. For details see Monday
2/7. Michael Portillo , Melanie Phillips , Clifford Longley and Kenan Malik cross-examine expert witnesses on the ethical issues behind the week's news. Michael Buerk is in the chair. Producer Phil Pegum Repeated on Saturday at 10.15pm
3/3. Adam Long , his two friends and their guitars turn their hand to Labour. Starting with Keir Hardie , they embark on a whistle-stop tour through the wilderness years and a winter of discontent until things could only get better, and ending up with Gordon Brown , a moral compass and a golden rule.
Producer Mandy Baker Repeated from Sunday at 10.45pm
New series 1/3. Physicist-turned-comedian Ben Miller travels to Switzerland to discover what the Cern atom smasher is all about. He looks at the Higgs Particle, which enables the existence of atoms, molecules, people and the whole world. Producer Roland Pease
3/10. On returning home, Louise discovers that her mother's social climbing on her behalf has committed her to helping her former lover's wife at a charity fete. By Dorothy Whipple. For details see Monday
3/6. Writer Nat Segnit is fascinated by people who travel alone. He decides to talk to some of them, asking strange men about sex and dating. Comedy by Nat Segnit and Stewart Wright. Producer Steven Canny
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