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OU on TV and radio this week - 07-12-13 to 13-12-13

Updated Friday 6th December 2013

Can you help young people with body image problems? And how did young people's experiences change through history?

Saturday 7th December

7.00pm BBC Four Frozen Planet
The people who live in the frozen planet.
Free OpenLearn course: The Frozen Planet

Sunday 8th December

1.50am BBC Four Frozen Planet

Monday 9th December

12.00 Noon Eden Bang Goes The Theory Series 6, Episode 1
Why is petrol so expensive?
Does it cost too much to go green?

12.30pm Eden Bang Goes The Theory Series 6, Episode 2
Can Liz Bonin learn to love the sound of being sick?
Watch: Tackling noise pollution

2.15pm BBC Radio 4 Extra The Invention Of Childhood
Michael Morpurgo's daily series exploring growing up through the years [21/30]
Different cultures, different childhoods

3.00pm Eden Bang Goes The Theory Series 6, Episode 1

3.30pm Eden Bang Goes The Theory Series 6, Episode 2

11.00pm Eden Bang Goes The Theory Series 6, Episode 1

11.30pm Eden Bang Goes The Theory Series 6, Episode 2

Tuesday 10th December

3.00amm Eden Bang Goes The Theory Series 6, Episode 1

3.25am Eden Bang Goes The Theory Series 6, Episode 2

12.00 Noon Eden Bang Goes The Theory Series 6, Episode 3
How secure is your digital data?
A brief history of technical flops

12.30pm Eden Bang Goes The Theory Series 6, Episode 4
Exploring the science of crowds.
Do crowds behave like fluids?

2.15pm BBC Radio 4 Extra The Invention Of Childhood
Michael Morpurgo's daily series exploring growing up through the years [22/30]
What happens when a home is not a safe place?

3.00pm Eden Bang Goes The Theory Series 6, Episode 3

3.30pm Eden Bang Goes The Theory Series 6, Episode 4

9.00pm BBC Radio 4 All In The Mind
Claudia Hammond asks how you can change negative body image
Free OpenLearn course: Working with young people in sport and exercise

11.00pm Eden Bang Goes The Theory Series 6, Episode 3

11.30pm Eden Bang Goes The Theory Series 6, Episode 4

Wednesday 11th December

3.00am Eden Bang Goes The Theory Series 6, Episode 3

3.30am Eden Bang Goes The Theory Series 6, Episode 4

12.00 Noon Eden Bang Goes The Theory Series 6, Episode 5
Wireless signals: Health threat, or potential first aid tool?
Free OpenLearn course: How devices communicate

12.30pm Eden Bang Goes The Theory Series 6, Episode 6
Can Jem take to the skies under his own power?
Could we all fly?

2.15pm BBC Radio 4 Extra The Invention Of Childhood
Michael Morpurgo's daily series exploring growing up through the years [23/30]
How do psychologists assess children's abilities?

3.00pm Eden Bang Goes The Theory Series 6, Episode 5

3.30pm BBC Radio 4 All In The Mind

3.30pm Eden Bang Goes The Theory Series 6, Episode 6

11.00pm Eden Bang Goes The Theory Series 6, Episode 5

11.30pm Eden Bang Goes The Theory Series 6, Episode 6

Thursday 12th December

12.00 Midnight BBC Four Frozen Planet

3.00am Eden Bang Goes The Theory Series 6, Episode 5

3.30am Eden Bang Goes The Theory Series 6, Episode 6

12.00 Noon Eden Bang Goes The Theory Series 6, Episode 7
Having learned to love the sound of vomit, Liz now tries to avoid it by looking at cures for motion sickness
Motion sickness: medical advice

12.30pm Eden Bang Goes The Theory Series 6, Episode 8
The science of dogs.
Delving into dog DNA

2.15pm BBC Radio 4 Extra The Invention Of Childhood
Michael Morpurgo's daily series exploring growing up through the years [24/30]
A brief history of sex education

3.00pm Eden Bang Goes The Theory Series 6, Episode 7

3.30pm Eden Bang Goes The Theory Series 6, Episode 8

4.30pm BBC Radio 4 BBC BBC Inside Science
The weekly guide to new thinking in science.
Smash meteors into a planet - and learn about the science behind them

11.00pm Eden Bang Goes The Theory Series 6, Episode 7

11.30pm Eden Bang Goes The Theory Series 6, Episode 8

Friday 13th December

3.00am Eden Bang Goes The Theory Series 6, Episode 7

3.25am Eden Bang Goes The Theory Series 6, Episode 8

2.15pm BBC Radio 4 Extra The Invention Of Childhood
Michael Morpurgo's daily series exploring growing up through the years [25/30]
When social workers have to take tough decisions to protect children

 

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