1/5. Thomas Keneally 's account of his discovery of the Schindler story that became the Booker Prize-winning novel Schindler's Ark and the Oscar-laden film Schindler's List. Read by James Laurenson. Producer Gaynor Macfarlane Repeated at 12.30am RT DIRECT: To order Searching for Schindler: a Memoir for E18.00 (RRP £20.00) inc p&P. call [number removed] (national rate) quoting RT or visit www.rtdirect.sparkledirect.com
As the credit crunch bites, City veteran John McLaren takes a walk through the Square
Mile to meet bankers, shop-owners and cab drivers to find out how they're coping with the economic crash - and what the future may hold for them. Producer Phil Tinline
3/6. Anger Management. Ed finds himself in anger-management classes. Could he turn over a new leaf and become a gentler person? Curmudgeonly comedy by Christopher Douglas and Andrew Nickolds.
Producer Dawn Ellis
RT DIRECT: To order the CD of Ed Reardon 's Week for £11.99 (RRP E15.99) incl p&p, call [number removed] (landline calls charged at standard rate), quoting RTD268, or visit www.bbcshop.com and enter code RTD268atthecheckout
Seeing the credit crunch coming, four City traders bend the law to launch an aggressive new hedge fund and make a massive prof it - but their activities do not go unnoticed by the Financial Services Authority. By Mike Walker.
Producer Eoin O'Callaghan
1/5. Rat. A doctor on a geriatric ward is surprised to come face to face with a figure from his past. Candia McWilliam's story, read by Crawford Logan, is the first inspired by the main characters' names in Kenneth Grahame's iconic book, as part of the celebrations marking the centenary of its publication. Producer Gaynor Macfarlane
26/30. The Arsenic of Mexico. America and Mexico fight over territory in Texas, New Mexico and California. David Reynolds's narrative history of the US continues. Producer Sue Ellis
RT DIRECT: To order the CD America, Empire of Liberty, Vol I (released 13 Nov) for E17.50 (RRP E25.00) inc p&p, call [number removed] (landline calls charged at standard rate) quoting RTD264, or visit www.bbcshop.com
2/8. In the holiday show, Katie Derham finds out about the hidden delights of small-town America, and hears how an extinct volcano in Arizona is being transformed into a visitor attraction for stargazers. Producer David Prest
3/6. Harry Ritchie and Simon Brett are this week's guests. James Walton is in the chair with team captains Sebastian Faulks and John Walsh. The reader is Beth Chalmers. Producers Katie Marsden and Sam Michell Repeated on Sunday at 12.04pm
< 1/5. The humorist Miles Kington died of cancer in January 2008. Given very little time to live by his doctors, he decided to make cancer "pay its way" by coming up with increasingly witty and absurd ideas for a book suggested to his agent, Gill. Today he considers things to do before you die and literary rivalry with his oncologist. Dramatised by Robin Brooks.
Producer Clive Brill Repeated from 10.45am
With prices going up, the fortunes of farmers could be set to rise. Dominic Arkwright hears from two farmers who are struggling and one who is doing well, and from
Zac Goldsmith , adviser to the Conservatives on green issues. Producer Miles Warde
New series 1/6. Imagine a colourless, flavourless drink that can be tailored to your own taste. Scientists are manipulating particles at the nano level, changing the way food tastes and feels, as well as improving its nutritional content. Sue Broom talks to academics who are making use of the quirky laws of physics to create these nano foods. Producer Beth Eastwood
11/15. As the 1848 revolution gathers strength, Frederic and his friend Hussonet find themselves caught up in the melee, and Frederic begins to harbour political ambitions. Read by Alex Jennings. Gustave Flaubert 's tale is abridged by Sally Marmion. Producer Di Speirs
RT DIRECT: To order Sentimental Education for £9.99 inc p&p. call [number removed] (national rate) quoting RT, or visit www.rtdirect.sparkledirect.com
2/3. Alan Coren and Christopher Matthew use their newly acquired free bus passes to hop onto public transport and see where it takes them - conversationally, geographically and historically. Broadcast to mark the anniversary Of the humorist's death. Producer Paul Kobrak
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