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Gavin Maxwell, the programme's producer, said: "Most of the time, pandas live by themselves.She was awarded two Nobel prizes, discovered two chemical elements, essentially invented the concept of radioactivity and founded a scientific dynasty: her daughter Irene and son-in-law Frederic Joliot-Curie themselves shared a Nobel prize in the Thirties.(Marie was the first - and Irene only the second - woman to win the Nobel prize.) Yet Madame Curie's passions were not confined to her professional and scientific life.Langevin's wife discovered the love letters that Marie had written to him and dished the dirt to the Parisian equivalent of the News of the World. Marie was thinking in terms of marriage and had written to her lover urging him to divorce his wife and marry her, although that would scarcely have been any less shocking at the time.According to Susan Quinn's recently published biography Marie Curie: A Life, rumours of an affair had already been circulating. Moreover, Paul Langevin had clearly not completely given up on his own marriage: his wife bore their fourth child just before he embarked on the affair with Marie.

Gavin Maxwell, the programme's producer, said: "Most of the time, pandas live by themselves.She was awarded two Nobel prizes, discovered two chemical elements, essentially invented the concept of radioactivity and founded a scientific dynasty: her daughter Irene and son-in-law Frederic Joliot-Curie themselves shared a Nobel prize in the Thirties.(Marie was the first - and Irene only the second - woman to win the Nobel prize.) Yet Madame Curie's passions were not confined to her professional and scientific life.Langevin's wife discovered the love letters that Marie had written to him and dished the dirt to the Parisian equivalent of the News of the World. Marie was thinking in terms of marriage and had written to her lover urging him to divorce his wife and marry her, although that would scarcely have been any less shocking at the time.According to Susan Quinn's recently published biography Marie Curie: A Life, rumours of an affair had already been circulating. Moreover, Paul Langevin had clearly not completely given up on his own marriage: his wife bore their fourth child just before he embarked on the affair with Marie.In 1910, about four years after her husband, Pierre, had died in a road accident, the 43-year-old widow embarked on a highly charged love affair with Paul Langevin, a scientist five years her junior.