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OU on TV and radio this week - 30-03-13 to 05-04-13

Updated Thursday 28th March 2013

Enjoy the Easter break - and some great programmes from The Open University.

Saturday 30th March

Easter eggs Creative commons image Icon partymonstrrrr under CC-BY-NC-ND licence under Creative-Commons license 5.30pm BBC Radio 4 The Bottom Line
Can you make a profit from education, asks Evan Davis.
Try a course sample: engaging with educational research

Easter Sunday, March 31st

9.00am Eden Frozen Planet: The full series
The ice box box set: every episode of Frozen Planet, back to back.
Explore the polar regions

3.00pm Eden Frozen Planet: The full series

3.55pm BBC Two Secrets Of Our Living Planet
Chris Packham explains how life interacts to survive on the Savannah.
Explore Urban Habitats

9.00pm Eden Frozen Planet: The full series

Easter Monday, April 1st

12.15am BBC Radio 4 Thinking Allowed
Laurie Taylor considers urban dereliction and the return of gang labour.
Cities at the heart of conflict

Tuesday 2nd April

9.00pm BBC Two Keeping Britain Alive
Exploring some of the thousands of stories from one day in the NHS.
Order your free NHS careers booklet

Wednesday 3rd April

11.00am Eden Charles Darwin And The Tree Of Life
David Attenborough shares his personal view of Darwin's contribution to the understanding of evolution.
Follow the connections on the Tree Of Life

3.00pm Eden Charles Darwin And The Tree Of Life

4.00pm BBC Radio 4 Thinking Allowed

8.00pm Eden Charles Darwin And The Tree Of Life

11.20pm BBC Two Keeping Britain Alive

Thursday 4th April

Midnight Eden Charles Darwin And The Tree Of Life

 

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