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OU on TV and radio this week - 24-02-12 to 02-03-12

Updated Friday 24th February 2012

Jeremy Paxman explores the British Empire, and we pop in for a daily catch-up with the doctors.

Saturday 24th February

5.30pm BBC Radio 4 The Bottom Line
Evan Davis asks his guests if the customer can really be king in an economy where they lack data.
Watch: Faith in capitalism.

Sunday 25th February

A hospital entrance Copyrighted image Icon Copyright: Stephen Finn | Dreamstime.com BBC One, Monday to Friday, 9.15am 12.30pm BBC Radio Wales Histories Of Wales
Please note the earlier time slot as the programme comes forward to avoid a clash with the football
Dr Sian Rhiannon Williams shows how Wales was shaped by women in education.
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Monday 26th February

12.15am BBC Radio 4 Thinking Allowed
What is point of university?
The risks of education without curiosity

9.15am BBC One A Picture Of Health: Episode one
First in a new daytime series exploring how health care has changed across our lifetimes.
What is a midwife?

9.00pm BBC One England and Northern Ireland Empire
Jeremy Paxman offers a fresh look at the British Empire, and the world that left it behind.
Order your free Empire poster

That's except for viewers in Wales, who have their own programme...

9.00pm BBC One Wales The Story Of Wales
Also escaping a newsroom desk, Huw Edwards embarks on a major history of his home nation.
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Tuesday 27th February

9.15am BBC One A Picture Of Health: Episode two

Wednesday 28th February

9.15am BBC One A Picture Of Health: Episode three

4.00pm BBC Radio 4 Thinking Allowed

Thursday 29th February

9.15am BBC One A Picture Of Health: Episode four

8.30pm BBC Radio 4 The Bottom Line

9.00pm BBC One Wales The Story Of Wales
An extra episode of Huw Edwards' survey of the life of the nation.

Friday 1st March

9.15am BBC One A Picture Of Health: Episode five

 

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