OU on TV and radio this week - 31-03-12 to 06-04-12
Our Crime takes a street-level view of criminality, while The Bottom Line...
Our Crime takes a street-level view of criminality, while The Bottom Line offers a boardroom-eye take on deprivation...
- Duration: 5 mins
- Published on: Friday 30th March 2012
- Introductory Level
- Posted under: What's On
Saturday 31st March
5.30pm BBC Radio 4
The Bottom Line
In the last of the series, Evan and boardroom guests examine how capitalism can engage with areas it appears to have abandoned.
Watch: Dido Harding on the future of the telephone industry
Sunday 1st April
Monday 2nd April
12.15am BBC Radio 4 Thinking Allowed
Laurie Taylor presents the latest in social sciences. This week: what does a Michelin star mean - does it depend where you are?
Why elitism can't turn back the food revolution
7.30pm BBC One England & Scotland
7.30pm BBC Two Wales & Northern Ireland Bang Goes The Theory
The technology and science show explores crowds - and Johnny Ball pops in to show how population measuring is much more than just thinking of a number.
Order your free Matrix Of Modern Life poster
Tuesday 3rd April
12.30am BBC Three & BBC HD Channel Our Crime: Robbed
1.30am BBC Four The Story Of Maths
Wednesday 4th April
3.55am BBC Three Our Crime: Robbed
4.00pm BBC Radio 4 Thinking Allowed
Thursday 5th April
2.00am BBC Three Our Crime: Robbed
7.00pm BBC Two & BBC HD Channel The Hairy Bikers' Bakeation
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