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OU on the BBC this week 26-02-11 to 04-03-11

Updated Friday 25th February 2011

Different approaches to dementia around the globe and business prizes are just two of the topics OU programmes explore this week.

Saturday 26th February

1.30am BBC News Channel The Bottom Line
Evan Davis and top executives from Kingfisher, AMV BBDO and Havas consider the value of industry awards.
Watch: Ian Cheshire on doing research in a downturn

4.30am BBC News Channel The Bottom Line

2.30pm BBC Two Wales Coast shorts
Why does the US navy visit Cumbria every year?
The profits of slavery in Cumbria

10.30pm BBC News Channel The Bottom Line

Sunday 27th February

1.30am BBC News Channel The Bottom Line

5.35pm BBC Two England, Wales & Scotland Coast shorts
The southern shoreline of Ireland.
Watch: How the Irish Free State used heritage sites to connect with the past

10.30pm BBC News Channel The Bottom Line

Monday 28th February

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10.30am BBC World Service Radio Health Check: Alzheimer's Disease - Is It All Bad News?
Claudia Hammond's perspective on disease and well-being looks closely at dementia.
One woman's journey through dementia care services

3.30pm BBC World Service Radio Health Check: Alzheimer's Disease - Is It All Bad News?

8.30pm BBC World Service Radio Health Check: Alzheimer's Disease - Is It All Bad News?

Tuesday 1st March

12.45am BBC Two Wales Coast shorts
Nicholas Craig visits a Northumberland castle.
Our ancestors on the beach

1.30am BBC World Service Radio Health Check: Alzheimer's Disease - Is It All Bad News?

3.30am BBC News Channel The Bottom Line

8.30pm BBC Four Justice: The Good Citizen
A dispute on the golf course throws Aristotle into a modern light, explains Michael Sandel.
Watch: Sandel on Aristotle

Wednesday 2nd March

8.30 BBC Four Justice: The Good Citizen

 

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