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OU on TV and radio this week - 11-11-11 to 18-11-11

Updated Friday 11th November 2011

Making a wing for an enormous plane, and investigating the ancestry of wild trout - just a couple of this week's highlights.

Saturday 11th November

4.30am BBC News Channel The Bottom Line
Is management a transferable skill? Evan Davis and guests weigh the portability of the boss.
Watch: Alison Carnworth on placing a value on a company

The wing of an A380 Creative commons image Icon Naddsy under CC-BY-NC-ND licence under Creative-Commons license BBC Two, Sunday, 8.00pm 11.30pm BBC News Channel The Bottom Line

Sunday 13th November

1.30am BBC News Channel The Bottom Line

3.30pm BBC Two Scotland
4.10pm BBC One England, Wales & Northern Ireland Frozen Planet
The one with the krill and the wolves attacking a musk ox.
Listen: The secrets of the krill

8.00pm BBC Two
8.00pm BBC HD Channel How To Build
Massive engineering projects: How do you build a wing for an enormous plane?
Watch: What's the tallest paper structure you can build?

Monday 14th November

12.15am BBC Radio 4 Thinking Allowed
Neoliberalism and middle-class schools are the topics for consideration by Laurie and guests this week.
The limits of liberalism

11.50pm BBC Two England and Scotland How To Build

Tuesday 15th November

12.20am BBC Two Northern Ireland
12.50am BBC HD Channel How To Build

11.00am BBC Radio 4 Saving Species
Are wild British trout really wild? A genetic inspection is the way to find out...
Beavers - taking care of natural landscapes

Wednesday 16th November

4.00pm BBC Radio 4 Thinking Allowed
A fresh episode of the fresh take on the social sciences.

9.00pm BBC One Frozen Planet
The one with the young penguins racing each other for a meal.
Explore the poles, past and present, with our map

Thursday 17th November

9.00pm BBC Four Symphony
In the third episode, Simon Russell Beale explores how the symphony spread through the world.
Watch: Charles Hazlewood on Tchaikovsky

9.00pm BBC Radio 4 Saving Species

Friday 18th November

12.30am BBC Four Symphony

1.30am BBC HD Channel Symphony

3.00am BBC Four Symphony

 

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