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Updated Thursday 30th August 2012

What are big companies doing to improve female representation in management, and how did Britain stay fed during the war?

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Saturday 1st September

Procter And Gamble works in Thurrock Creative commons image Icon Nigel Chadwick under CC-BY-SA licence under Creative-Commons license How are P&G improving representation of women at senior levels? BBC Two, Thursday, 9.00 1.45am BBC One The Hairy Bikers' Bakeation: The Low Countries
Grab your leathers and your yeast as we're off to explore the ovens of the Rhine Delta.
Explore the language and culture of the Netherlands

Sunday 2nd September

11.00am Blighty Town With Nicholas Crane
Spend your day in town with Nicholas Crane, as Blighty clear the schedules for back-to-back episodes of the whole series.
Try My Town, Your Town, Whose Town

Tuesday 4th September

11.00am BBC Radio 4 Saving Species
Returning from its summer break, the conservation programme asks how the rainy year has impacted on British species.
Listen: saving the spoon-billed sandpiper

Thursday 6th September

8.00pm BBC Two & BBC HD Wartime Farm
In the first of a brand new series, Ruth, Alex and Peter take on the challenge of recreating agriculture under fire.
Order your free Wartime Farm booklet

9.00pm BBC Two & BBC HD Hilary Devey's Women At The Top
Another new series, as Hilary Devey leaves the Dragon's Den and goes in search of women in Britain's upper management. Why are they so rare?
Be inspired by the real wonder women

9.00pm BBC Radio 4 Saving Species

On iPlayer until Thursday

Watch Growing Children online
All three episodes - investigating Autism, OCD and Dyslexia - are online until Thursday.
Try our Dyslexia quiz





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