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OU on TV and radio this week - 30-06-12 to 06-07-12

Updated Friday 29th June 2012

When is it alright to kill; do the right businesses get investments; are cyclists morally superior beings - and much, much more.

Saturday 30th June

5.30pm BBC Radio 4 The Bottom Line
Does investment capital go to the businesses who really need it?
Terry Smith explains some of the difficulties of valuing a company's assets

Sunday 1st July

7.00pm BBC Two & BBC HD Channel Secrets Of Our Living Planet: The Magical Forest
Chris Packham explores the seasonal forests of North America, and reveals how nature thrives amongst the fallen trees and high canopies.
Explore the UK's woodland habitats

Monday 2nd July

12.15am BBC Radio 4 Thinking Allowed: The morality of cycling
Have cyclists ridden to the top of the moral high ground? Laurie Taylor investigates.
Bicycle enlightenment uncovered

11.20pm BBC Two England & Wales
11.50pm BBC Two Scotland & Northern Ireland Secrets Of Our Living Planet: The Magical Forest

Tuesday 3rd July

Midnight BBC Four Justice: A Citizen's Guide To The 21st Century
Is killing sometimes the right thing to do? Ought we to clear beggars from the streets? Michael Sandel negotiates some of the trickier philosophical questions of our times.
To Lie Or Not To Lie

11.20pm BBC Two England, Scotland & Wales
11.50pm BBC Two Northern Ireland The Secret History Of Our Streets: Portland Road
At one end, multi-million pound homes; at the other, cheaper properties. For Portland Road, it's always been that way...
Order your free Secret Streets map and booklet

11.30pm BBC HD Channel Secrets Of Our Living Planet: The Magical Forest

Wednesday 4th July

2.20am BBC One The Fish Market: Inside Billingsgate
How does London's fish market adapt to a changed world?
Is British fishing in crisis?

4.00pm BBC Radio 4 Thinking Allowed

9.00pm BBC Two The Secret History Of Our Streets: Reverdy Road
Bermondsey is the location for the next of our social histories of the streets.
Explore the history of streets around the country - and share your own tales

Thursday 5th July

8.30pm BBC Radio 4 The Bottom Line

 

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