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OU on the BBC this week 27-11-10 to 03-12-10

Updated Friday 26th November 2010

For this week's listings, go to the current listings page As the World Service asks what it will take to solve climate change, Matt Frei returns to Berlin and we open up the cereal business.

Saturday 27th November

7.00pm BBC Four Life
David Attenborough takes to the seas to explore the variety of life in the oceans.
Life on the beach: what can you find on the coast near you?

7.15pm BBC Two England, Northern Ireland & Wales Coast
Shorts: Neil Oliver takes an amble around Humberside.
Game: Have a go at managing a stretch of coastline.

8.15pm BBC Two Scotland Coast

Monday 29th November

Midnight BBC One England & Scotland Coast
Breaking beyond the UK Coastline, the team visit France, explore the Brittany coastline - and discover how we get iodine from seaweed
Ellen McCallie explains how to extract iodine from seaweed

10.32am BBC World Service Radio The Climate Connection 2010 The Selfish Ape
Starting a week of programmes focusing on the talks in Cancun, what is it that's stopping us from acting on climate change?
Start your stories: Creative Climate

3.32pm BBC World Service Radio The Climate Connection 2010 The Selfish Ape

8.32pm BBC World Service Radio The Climate Connection 2010 The Selfish Ape

10.00pm BBC Four Berlin
Another chance to see Matt Frei's revealing portrait of the German capital.
Explore Berlin's art scene

Tuesday 30th November

1.32am BBC World Service Radio The Climate Connection 2010 The Selfish Ape

10.32am BBC World Service Radio The Climate Connection 2010 Lost In Translation
How do you explain the importance of climate change in languages which have no vocabulary for the concepts?
The linguistic link between ecology and economy

11.00am BBC Radio 4 Saving Species
Meet the blue pimpernel, and the narrow-headed ant.
The inspirational ant: How ants are shaping robotics

3.32pm BBC World Service Radio The Climate Connection 2010 Lost In Translation

7.00pm BBC Two England Coast
From the tip of Cornwall to the belly of Wales tonight, as the team find out why the Atlantic makes for great surfing and hear about a simple measure that saved the lives of countless mariners.
Wendy Maples on surf culture

8.32pm BBC World Service Radio The Climate Connection 2010 Lost In Translation

9.00pm BBC Two England, Wales & Northern Ireland The Foods That Make Billions
In the second programme of the series, we open the box on breakfast cereals - the original processed food.
Quiz: Your Choice, Your Brand - cereal
Watch: What makes a grrrreat brand mascot?

11.20pm BBC Two Scotland The Foods That Make Billions

Wednesday 1st December

0.55am BBC One Norther Ireland Coast
As shown in England and Scotland on Monday.

1.32am BBC World Service Radio The Climate Connection 2010 Lost In Translation

10.32am BBC World Service Radio The Climate Connection 2010 Consumption On The Couch
Could lottery tickets have more success in changing people's behaviour than education campaigns? Jon Stewart investigates.
How do we learn the difference between 'right' and 'wrong'?

3.32pm BBC World Service Radio The Climate Connection 2010 Consumption On The Couch

8.32pm BBC World Service Radio The Climate Connection 2010 Consumption On The Couch

Thursday 2nd December

Midnight BBC Two England, Wales & Northern Ireland The Foods That Make Billions

12.55am BBC Two Scotland The Foods That Make Billions

1.32am BBC World Service Radio The Climate Connection 2010 Consumption On The Couch

10.32am BBC World Service Radio The Climate Connection 2010 The New Leaders
If Copenhagen's failures were really a failure of leadership, where should we look for the ideas and enthusiasm now?
Creative Climate: Read the activist's stories

3.32pm BBC World Service Radio The Climate Connection 2010 The New Leaders

8.32pm BBC World Service Radio The Climate Connection 2010 The New Leaders

9.00pm BBC Radio 4 Saving Species

Friday 3rd December

1.32am BBC World Service Radio The Climate Connection 2010 The New Leaders

10.32am BBC World Service Radio The Climate Connection 2010 Debate
You've heard the week's programmes - now it's over to you.
Totnes - taking change into their own hands

3.32pm BBC World Service Radio The Climate Connection 2010 Debate

8.32pm BBC World Service Radio The Climate Connection 2010 Debate

 

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