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Updated Thursday 5th April 2012

How women shaped the early days of religion, how one man followed his fascination to the stars, and how London lurched into riots.

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Bang is taking a well-earned Easter break this week - it's back on Monday 16th. In the meantime, why not catch up with the series so far on iPlayer?
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Sunday 8th April

1.15am BBC Four Destination Titan
One man's passion for Saturn's largest moon - and what he hopes it will tell us.
Watch: John Zarnecki on Titan

Monday 9th April

12.15am BBC Radio 4 Thinking Allowed
How have the blows to industrialisation changed the nature of work in Wales?
The transformation of work in Wales

7.30pm BBC Four The Story Of Maths: To infinity and beyond
Maths might be infinite; TV series not so, and tonight Macus Du Sautoy reaches the end of his history of numeracy.
Watch: Mathematical models from sundials to number engines

9.00pm BBC Three Our Crime
Using mobile phone footage and eyewitness accounts, BBC Three tries to understand last summer's riots.
Take the Who said what? challenge

10.00pm BBC Four Destination Titan

Tuesday 10th April

1.00am BBC Three & BBC HD Channel Our Crime

3.30am BBC Four Destination Titan

8.00pm BBC Two & BBC HD Channel The Hairy Bikers' Bakeation: Austria
The hills are alive with the sound of motorbikes, and ovens, as the Bikers arrive in Vienna.
Explore the culture and baking of Austria

Wednesday 11th April

3.55am BBC Three Our Crime

4.00pm BBC Radio 4 Thinking Allowed
Laurie Taylor and guests explore the impact of waste of society.
How societies cope with leftovers and waste

9.00pm BBC Two & BBC HD Channel Divine Women: When God Was A Girl
Bettany Hughes reveals the surprising role of women in the birth of organised religion.
Order your free Divine Women booklet

Thursday 12th April

2.20am BBC Three Our Crime





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