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OU on TV and radio this week - 30-11-13 to 06-12-13

Updated Friday 29th November 2013

This week, prizes in the mental health world; winter at the poles; and a great big bunch of science.

Saturday 30th December

9.00am Eden Bang Goes The Theory Season 6
Box set go! The entire series of science-and-tech under test in one glorious session.
Watch: The science of noise pollution

4.00pm Eden Bang Goes The Theory Season 6

7.00pm BBC Four Frozen Planet
Winter comes to the frozen planet - but even in the ice, life goes on.
Free OpenLearn course: Frozen Planet

11.00pm Eden Bang Goes The Theory Season 6

Sunday 1st December

1.55am BBC Four Frozen Planet

Monday 2nd December

2.15pm BBC Radio 4 Extra The Invention Of Childhood
Daily doses of Michael Morpurgo's history of growing up. [21/30]
Free OpenLearn course: Early years environments and children's spaces

Tuesday 3rd December

2.15pm BBC Radio 4 Extra The Invention Of Childhood
Daily doses of Michael Morpurgo's history of growing up. [22/30]
How much do you know about children in care?

9.00pm BBC Radio 4 All In The Mind
How good practice in mental health is recognised by the awards system.
Are mental health problems the same around the world?

Wednesday 4th December

2.15pm BBC Radio 4 Extra The Invention Of Childhood
Daily doses of Michael Morpurgo's history of growing up. [23/30]
Free OpenLearn course: Children living in different settings

4.30pm BBC Radio 4 All In The Mind

11.20pm BBC Four Frozen Planet

Thursday 5th December

2.15pm BBC Radio 4 Extra The Invention Of Childhood
Daily doses of Michael Morpurgo's history of growing up. [24/30]
What do children know about politics?

4.30pm BBC Radio 4 BBC BBC Inside Science
A weekly gathering of new and notable items from the world of science.
Communicating science in the digital age

Friday 6th December

2.15pm BBC Radio 4 Extra The Invention Of Childhood
Daily doses of Michael Morpurgo's history of growing up. [25/30]
The Playboy brand and sexualisation of children

 

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