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OU on TV and radio this week - 15-03-14 to 21-03-14

Updated Friday 14th March 2014

Our last visit to the paramedics, a return for a garderner's view of wild Britain, and companies which return from the brink.

Saturday 15th March

5.30pm BBC Radio 4 The Bottom Line
Companies which reinvent themselves are near-disasters.
Why some companies thrive while others flop

Monday 17th March

12.15am BBC Radio 4 Thinking Allowed
Why the Katrina recovery became a second disaster, and what sort of people are capitalists?
Should politics stop at the water's edge?

7.30pm BBC One England, Scotland & Northern Ireland
& 7.30pm BBC Two Wales Bang Goes The Theory
This week, the focus of our science show is cancer. Jem attempts to build a DIY radiotherapy gun and bowel cancer screening.
How do they know smoking causes cancer? It's in the maths.

Tuesday 18th March

9.00pm BBC Two England, Wales & Northern Ireland An Hour To Save Your Life: Making the Invisible Visible
The last programme tells three more tales of the vital first hour of treatment.
Order your free trauma booklet

9.00pm Eden Frozen Planet

11.20pm BBC Two Scotland An Hour To Save Your Life: Making the Invisible Visible

Wednesday 19th March

4.00pm BBC Radio 4 Thinking Allowed

4.00pm Eden Frozen Planet
The beauty and austerity of life at the poles.
Free OpenLearn course: Frozen Planet

11.20pm BBC Two England & Wales An Hour To Save Your Life: Making the Invisible Visible

Thursday 20th March

12.20am BBC Two Northern Ireland An Hour To Save Your Life: Making the Invisible Visible

3.50am Eden Frozen Planet

8.30pm BBC Radio 4 The Bottom Line

Friday 21st March

1.50pm BBC Two Nature Of Britain
Alan Titchmarsh presents the first in a series exploring the various habitats offered in these islands.
Explore woodland habitats

 

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