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OU on TV and radio this week - 03-03-12 to 09-03-12

Updated Friday 2nd March 2012

Further slices of Empire and Welsh histories, and a chance to catch up online with a Picture Of Health.

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Question time for healthcare services

Saturday 3rd March

5.30pm BBC Radio 4 The Bottom Line
Can companies reinvent themselves? Evan Davis and guests debate the question.
Watch: The realities of modern brewing

Sunday 4th March

4.30pm BBC Radio Wales Histories Of Wales
Please note that the change to broadcast time of this episode to accomodate the football
In a companion piece to The Story Of Wales, a personal view of Wales at war.
Who is the missing Welsh icon?

10.25pm BBC One Scotland Empire: A Taste for Power
A chance for Scottish viewers to catch up with the first episode in Jeremy Paxman's view of the Empire.
What do you know about the Empire? Organise your Empire party

Monday 5th March

12.15am BBC Radio 4 Thinking Allowed
Laurie Taylor and guests consider the nature of poverty in the last century.
Hate the poor: The new politics of loathing

9.00pm BBC One England & Northern Ireland Empire: Making Ourselves At Home
Jeremy Paxman tours the old Empire - and visits Leicester - to see how British life adapted to fit a wider role.
Order your free Empire poster

9.00pm BBC One Wales The Story Of Wales
Huw Edwards explores the entwined destinies of England and Wales
Order your free Icons of Wales booklet

Tuesday 6th March

9.00pm BBC Two Wales Empire: Making Ourselves At Home

Wednesday 7th March

4.00pm BBC Radio 4 Thinking Allowed

Thursday 8th March

8.30pm BBC Radio 4 The Bottom Line

 

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