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Updated Friday 30th November 2012

Scottish wildlife, 16th Century religious music, and the loss of fertile African land to richer nations...

Sunday 2nd December

Seal in Dunbar harbour Creative commons image Icon Ewan McIntosh under CC-BY-NC licence under Creative-Commons license Seal in Dunbar harbour. More Scottish nature, BBC Radio 4, Tuesday 9.00pm BBC Four Why Poverty?
Solar Mamas: Using solar power in developing nations.
Free learning: solar energy

Tuesday 4th December

11.00am BBC Radio 4 Saving Species
This week, the Scottish Natural Heritage Conference.
Free learning: Sustainable Scotland

10.00pm BBC Four Why Poverty?
The Great Land Rush: Rich countries are snapping up parts of Africa. Should we be worried?
Watch: Food security and land ownership

11.20pm BBC HD Why Poverty?

Wednesday 5th December

10.30pm BBC Four Why Poverty?
China's Ant People: Can anyone be a success in China, or is there a limit to how far hard work can take you?
Watch: What do the statistics tell us about education in China?

Thursday 6th December

9.00pm BBC Radio 4 Saving Species

Friday 7th December

4.30pm BBC Radio 4 More Or Less
Tim Harford and team unpick statistics and reassemble them in a more useful fashion.
Diary of a data sleuth: Injury time

7.30pm BBC Four Sacred Music: Tallis, Byrd and The Tudors
The 16th Century saw England in turmoil - but for religious music, it was a spur to invention.
Listen to the music

 

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