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OU on TV and radio this week - 22-03-14 to 28-03-14

Updated Friday 21st March 2014

Alan Titchmarsh, ancient Britons, Scotish fishermen and data wranglers all turn up in the next seven days.

Saturday 22nd March

10.10am BBC Two Nature Of Britain
Alan Titchmarsh moves about the schedules a bit this week - a different episode each time, and a different time nearly every episode.
Free OpenLearn course: Neighbourhood nature

2.00pm Eden Frozen Planet
David Attenborough looks forward with trepidation to the future for the Frozen Planet.
Free OpenLearn course: The Frozen Planet

5.30pm BBC Radio 4 The Bottom Line: Energy upstarts
Can new entrants changes the energy market?
Free OpenLearn course: Energy resources

8.00pm Eden Frozen Planet

Sunday 23rd March

2.00am Eden Frozen Planet

Monday 24th March

12.15am BBC Radio 4 Thinking Allowed: Racism in police complaints and religion in Scotland
Laurie and guests explore the influence of race when police complaints are investigated.
Free OpenLearn course: Diversity and difference in communication

1.45pm BBC Two Nature Of Britain

7.30pm BBC One England, Scotland & Northern Ireland;
7.30pm BBC Two Wales Bang Goes The Theory
The team process big data. What does it mean, and what are the government going to do knowing what you searched for the other day? No, really, they know. They'll be in touch.
Watch: Google's Matt Brittin on the value of data

10.35pm BBC Four Timewatch: Stonehenge
An intriguing new theory about the origin of the A33's best-known landmark.
Watch: What is the most sacred site in Britain?

Wednesday 26th March

1.35pm BBC Two Nature Of Britain

4.00pm BBC Radio 4 Thinking Allowed

9.00pm Eden Frozen Planet

Thursday 27th March

1.30pm BBC Two Nature Of Britain

5.30pm BBC Radio 4 The Bottom Line: Serving the super rich
The business of pampering the rich and helping them count their money.
Free OpenLearn course: You and your money

11.30pm BBC Four Timewatch: Stonehenge

Friday 28th March

1.35pm BBC Two Nature Of Britain

4.00pm Yesterday The Story Of Wales
Huw Edwards explores the origins of the nation, dating back to a burial in Paviland.
Free OpenLearn course: Welsh history and its sources

 

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