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OU on TV and radio this week - 14-07-12 to 20-07-12

Updated Friday 13th July 2012

With the courts of Wimbledon falling quiet again, we can pick up Chris Packham's story of how nature works.

Saturday 14th July

Wimbledon Number One Court Creative commons image Icon daniel.richardson0865 under CC-BY licence under Creative-Commons license Wimbledon: After it over-ran last Sunday, we've a new home for Secrets Of Our Living Planet 5.30pm BBC Radio 4 The Bottom Line
Does media training have any real value for business people? Evan Davis and guests discuss this, and the costs of infrastructure.
Watch: Arup chair Philip Dilley on the value of the UK's infrastructure

Monday 16th July

12.15am BBC Radio 4 Thinking Allowed: Immortality
If you're lying in bed pondering your own mortality late into the night, why not join Laurie Taylor and John Gray for a discussion about how people try to cheat death for the life everlasting?
Geoff Andrews suggests an approach to understanding Gray's position.

Tuesday 17th July

8.00pm BBC Two and BBC HD Secrets of our Living Planet: Waterworlds
Now that the tennis players have finally left the court, we can at last see the final episode in Chris Packham's explanation of how nature works.
Explore UK habitats - and find out about iSpot, where you can share your sightings

Wednesday 18th July

1.10am BBC One England, Scotland & Northern Ireland The Fruit & Veg Market: Inside Spitalfields
As the population of London has changed, so has the demands on New Spitalfields greengrocery market.
Listen: British food moves beyond crisis

4.00pm BBC Radio 4 Thinking Allowed

11.50pm BBC Two England, Scotland & Northern Ireland The Secret History Of Our Streets: Arnold Circus
The lives and times of Britain's first council estate.
Share the stories of your streets

Thursday 19th July

12.20am BBC Two Wales The Secret History Of Our Streets: Arnold Circus

Friday 20th July

12.45am BBC HD The Fish Market: Inside Billingsgate
How can London's ancient fish wholesale market reinvent itself for the modern world?
Is the fishing industry in crisis?

 

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