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OU on TV and radio this week - 19-11-11 to 25-11-11

Updated Friday 18th November 2011

Putting together an F1 winner, protecting the trees and winter arriving in the Frozen Planet.

Saturday 19th November

4.30am BBC News Channel The Bottom Line
Evan Davis and CEO guests ask if now is the time for business to be bold. Delamere forest Creative commons image Icon Magic Foundary under CC-BY-NC-ND licence under Creative-Commons license BBC Radio 4, Thursday, 11am
Watch: Are mergers the way to grow a business?

10.30pm BBC News Channel The Bottom Line

Sunday 20th November

4.00pm BBC One England, Wales & Northern Ireland
5.00pm BBC Two Scotland Frozen Planet
In which penguin siblings compete for food, and a guillemot comes to grief at the paws of an arctic fox
Explore the frozen planet

8.00pm BBC Two & BBC HD Channel How To Build A Super Car
Nothing to do with Gerry Anderson, this week's programme goes behind the scenes at McClaren to discover the work that goes into making an F1 winner
The lifecycle of the car industry

Monday 21st November

12.15am BBC Radio 4 Thinking Allowed
Exploring the racism that lurks in British seaside towns.
The Killing Of Stephen Lawrence

11.50pm BBC Two England, Scotland & Wales How To Build A Super Car

Tuesday 22nd November

12.20am BBC Two Northern Ireland How To Build A Super Car

11.00am BBC Radio 4 Saving Species
Into the trees, as the conservation programme explores trees and forests.
Watch: Home is where the forest is

Wednesday 23rd November

4.00pm BBC Radio 4 Thinking Allowed

9.00pm BBC One Frozen Planet
In which every eider duck on the planet heads for an ice hole.
Order a free Frozen Planet poster

Thursday 24th November

9.00pm BBC Four Symphony
Simon Russell Beale concludes his history of the symphony in the New World.
The symphony after 1900

9.00pm BBC Radio 4 Saving Species

Friday 25th November

12.15am BBC Four Symphony

3.15am BBC Four Symphony

10.30pm BBC HD Channel Symphony

 

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