Saturday 17th March
5.30pm BBC Radio 4 FM
The Bottom Line
Evan and boardroom experts discuss the challenges of leadership.
Watch: Pace's Allan Leighton on management styles and women in the boardroom
Sunday 18th March
Monday 19th March
12.15am BBC Radio 4 Thinking Allowed
Should police and military work be undertaken by for-profit companies? Laurie Taylor and guests consider the evidence.
How private security firms help create a 'glass floor'
7.30pm BBC One England & Scotland
7.30pm BBC Two Wales & Northern Ireland Bang Goes The Theory
This week, the team investigate if life has become so noisy it's damaging our ears.
Order your free Matrix Of Modern Life poster
9.00pm BBC One England & Northern Ireland Empire: Making A Fortune
The wealth of nations - and to whom it belongs - is at the heart of the fourth part of Jeremy Paxman's comprehensive guide to the British Empire.
Try our Empire party game
Tuesday 20th March
9.00pm BBC Two Wales Empire: Making A Fortune
Wednesday 23rd March
4.00pm BBC Radio 4 Thinking Allowed
Thursday 22nd March
7.00pm BBC Two & BBC HD Channel The Hairy Bikers Bakeation
8.30pm BBC Radio 4 The Bottom Line
Friday 23rd March
Footnote: The statue illustrating 'noisy modern life' at the top of the page is Modern Communication, by Terry Allen, and stands in Kansas City, Missouri. You can read more about the statue at CultureNow.org.