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OU on TV and radio this week - 21-04-12 to 27-04-12

Updated Friday 20th April 2012

Violent attacks in London, spiritual women in the Dark Ages, man-powered bike-flights and sex and shame in Medieval Britain.

Sunday 22nd April

A man holds a sign protesting about genocide in Tibet on the Olympic Torch route in 2008 Creative commons image Icon Wen Yan-King under CC-BY-NC-SA licence under Creative-Commons license How does sport and the non-sporting world relate to each other? Monday, 12.15am, BBC Radio 4 6.00pm BBC Two England & BBC HD The Hairy Bikers' Bake-ation: Italy
Dave and Si ride into Italy on their tour of European bakery delights.
Watch the expanded intercultural communication adventures of the Bikers

8.00pm BBC Radio 4 More Or Less
The weekly snapshot of the world of statistics returns to consider the weight of police officers.
Watch: Florence Nightingale - data viz pioneer

Monday 23rd April

12.15am BBC Radio 4 Thinking Allowed: Sport In Society
Laurie Taylor and guests discuss how running, jumping and kicking connects with the rest of our lives.
Kath Woodward on the sporting life

7.30pm BBC One England, Scotland & Northern Ireland
8.00pm BBC Two Wales Bang Goes The Theory
You'll believe a man can fly. Assuming Jem manages to convince you with his person-powered plane.
If we had to manually power our homes, would we be more careful with waste?

8.00pm BBC Four Inside The Medieval Mind: Sex
The shames and delights of physical pleasures in the Medieval era.
What's the big deal about virginity?

9.00pm BBC Three Our Crime
The story of two violent attacks, told through the eyes of attackers and victims.
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Tuesday 24th April

12.30am BBC Three & BBC HD Our Crime

1.00am BBC Four Inside The Medieval Mind: Sex

8.00pm BBC Two & BBC HD The Hairy Bikers' Bake-ation: France
The penultimate pit-stop on their route has the two-wheeled twosome bagging baguettes.
Listen: Pick up enough French for a weekend break

Wednesday 25th April

4.25am BBC Three Our Crime

4.00pm BBC Radio 4 Thinking Allowed

9.00pm BBC Two Divine Women
Bettany Hughes shows how, for women in religion, the dark ages were a golden period.
Order your free Divine Women booklet

Thursday 26th April

2.25am BBC Three Our Crime

Friday 27th April

4.30pm BBC Radio 4 More Or Less

 

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