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OU on TV and radio this week - 21-09-13 to 27-09-13

Updated Friday 20th September 2013

For viewers outside the UK, it's a break from the boardroom; back in the British Isles, dogs and dinners.

Saturday 21st September

3.10am BBC World News Escape From The Boardroom
A new series for viewers to the BBC's international news channel takes executives back to the basics of their business.
Branding and marketing sports cars

4.10pm BBC World News Escape From The Boardroom

5.00pm BBC Two England, Wales, Northern Ireland
5.30pm BBC Two Scotland The Wonder Of Dogs s1e1
How selective breeding was used to create dogs able to perform specific tasks.
The selective breeding of dogs

Sunday 22nd September

9.10am BBC World News Escape From The Boardroom

9.10pm BBC World News Escape From The Boardroom

8.00pm BBC Radio 4 More Or Less
Do free school meals really work?
Free OpenLearn course: Nutrition

Tuesday 24th September

10.00am Eden Bang Goes The Theory s6 e1
Why is energy so expensive? And can it be made more cheaply? (Obviously, you can't make energy, only convert from one form to another type of energy, but you know what we mean.)
Energy visualised: Power my postcode

10.30am Eden Bang Goes The Theory s6e2
Is modern life destroying our hearing?
Free OpenLearn course: Hearing

1.00pm Eden Bang Goes The Theory s6 e1

1.30pm Eden Bang Goes The Theory s6e2

6.00pm Eden Bang Goes The Theory s6 e1

6.30pm Eden Bang Goes The Theory s6e2

Wednesday 25th September

4.00am Eden Bang Goes The Theory s6 e1

4.25am Eden Bang Goes The Theory s6e2

10.00am Yesterday Timewatch: Last Day Of World War One
Michael Palin explores why so many people died between the signing of the Armistice and the end of the conflict.
Watch: Michael Palin meets the experts

10.00am Eden Bang Goes The Theory s6e3
How safe is your digital data?
Free OpenLearn course: Preparing your digital life

10.30am Eden Bang Goes The Theory s6e4
What's going on when crowds get together?
Do crowds behave like fluids?

1.00pm Eden Bang Goes The Theory s6e3

1.30pm Eden Bang Goes The Theory s6e4

5.00pm Yesterday Timewatch: Last Day Of World War One

6.00pm Eden Bang Goes The Theory s6e3

6.30pm Eden Bang Goes The Theory s6e4

11.00pm Yesterday Timewatch: Last Day Of World War One

Thursday 26th September

3.50am Eden Bang Goes The Theory s6e3

4.15am Eden Bang Goes The Theory s6e4

10.00am Eden Bang Goes The Theory s6e5
Are we affected by wireless signals and can mobile phones help us in a crisis?
Watch: The effect of the September 11th 2001 attacks in America on communications networks

10.30am Eden Bang Goes The Theory s6e6
Why do muscles get tired, and must we drink so much water?
Free OpenLearn course: Water for life

1.00pm Eden Bang Goes The Theory s6e5

1.30pm Eden Bang Goes The Theory s6e6

4.00pm Eden Life In The Undergrowth
David Attenborough discovers the micromagic of insects, spiders and other tiny lifeforms.
The wildlife you'll find under discarded logs

4.30pm BBC Radio 4 BBC BBC Inside Science
Exploring scientific stories from around the planet, and across the sciences
Explore the Periodic Table

6.00pm Eden Bang Goes The Theory s6e5

6.30pm Eden Bang Goes The Theory s6e6

8.00pm BBC Two The Wonder Of Dogs s1e2
How the shape of a dog shapes what the dog can do.
Designing interactive systems for dogs

9.00pm Eden Life In The Undergrowth

Friday 27th September

3.50pm Eden Bang Goes The Theory s6e5

4.15am Eden Bang Goes The Theory s6e6

4.40am Eden Life In The Undergrowth

4.30pm BBC Radio 4 More Or Less

7.30pm BBC Four The Sound And The Fury: Wrecking Ball
How the 20th Century changed the sound of classical music forever.
20th Century Composers: Making the connections

 

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