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OU on TV and radio this week - 19-05-12 to 25-05-12

Updated Friday 18th May 2012

A visit to one of London's world-famous markets, and the end of Michael Morpurgo's extensive history of childhood.

Sunday 20th May

8.00pm BBC Radio 4 More Or Less Prawns for sale in Billingsgate Creative commons image Icon nic0 under CC-BY-NC-SA licence under Creative-Commons license BBC Two, 9.00pm, Thursday
Tim and the team struggle to rescue the fair maiden of fact from the dragon of statisics.
Watch: Hans Rolsing on Florence Nightingale, data viz pioneer

Monday 21st May

12.15am BBC Radio 4 Thinking Allowed
Why do we fall in love? And why does it hurt? Laurie Taylor unpacks the mysteries of the heart.
An interrogation of modern love

2.45pm BBC Radio 4 Extra The Invention Of Childhood
Digitally delivered in-depth history of how childhood has changed through the years.
Children living in different settings

Tuesday 24th May

2.45pm BBC Radio 4 Extra The Invention Of Childhood

Wednesday 23rd May

2.45pm BBC Radio 4 Extra The Invention Of Childhood

4.00pm BBC Radio 4 Thinking Allowed

Thursday 24th May

2.45pm BBC Radio 4 Extra The Invention Of Childhood

9.00pm BBC Two The Fish Market: Inside Billingsgate
What happens when decades-old tradition comes into conflict with the demands of modern food distribution?
Fish production: the coast on your plate

Friday 25th May

2.45pm BBC Radio 4 Extra The Invention Of Childhood

4.30pm BBC Radio 4 FM More Or Less

 

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