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OU on the BBC this week 19-02-11 to 25-02-11

Updated Friday 18th February 2011

Can business cope in a world full of Tweets? And should the rich be taxed to help the poor?

Saturday 19th February

1.30am BBC News Channel The Bottom Line
Stephanie Flanders and guests discuss how businesses can adapt to the hyperconnected world.
Watch CEOs on how technology challenges business

4.30am BBC News Channel The Bottom Line

1.55pm BBC Two Wales Coast shorts
Discovering Britain's first house.
Watch: A Wetwang skeleton

10.30pm BBC News Channel The Bottom Line

Sunday 20th February

1.30am BBC News Channel The Bottom Line

10.30pm BBC News Channel The Bottom Line

Monday 21st February

Midnight BBC Two Wales Coast shorts
A trip to Blackwater in Essex.
Estuary life: A brief introduction

Tuesday 22nd February

1.30am BBC News Channel The Bottom Line

7.50pm BBC Two England & Northern Ireland Coast shorts
Alice Roberts tries out driving a hovercraft.
Iain Stewart makes a rocket

8.30pm BBC Four Justice: What's A Fair Start?
Michael Sandel explores the ethical questions around taxation and redistribution.
Watch Michael Sandel on philosophy

Wednesday 23rd February

4.00am BBC Four Justice: What's A Fair Start?

10.50pm BBC HD Coast shorts
In Norway, Alice Roberts discovers how the UK relies on northern power .
Is the future of power nuclear?

Thursday 24th February

11.05am BBC Two Scotland Coast shorts
Alice Roberts tries out driving a hovercraft.

Friday 25th February

2.30pm BBC Two Wales Coast shorts
Meeting the largest sharks in British waters.
How do you find yourself working for The Shark's Trust?

 

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