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Updated Friday 5th April 2013

Women in the frontline, what's behind explosions, and what really goes into your food?

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Sunday 7th April

Female soldier in the Israeli Defense Forces Creative commons image Icon Israeli Defense Forces under CC-BY-NC licence under Creative-Commons license BBC Radio 4, Monday, 12.15am 4.30pm BBC Two Secrets Of Our Living Planet: The Magical Forest
Chris Packhams unpicks the interdependencies of life in the forest.
Order your free How Nature Works booklet

Monday 8th April

12.15am BBC Radio 4 Thinking Allowed
What happens when women are introduced into combat zones?
When soldiering gets sexy

7.30pm BBC One England, Northern Ireland & Scotland Bang Goes The Theory
The team investigate what's really on our food. Might not want to eat your tea while watching this one.
Tracking horsemeat in the food chain

Tuesday 9th April

6.30pm BBC Two Wales Bang Goes The Theory

9.00pm BBC Two Keeping Britain Alive: The NHS In A Day
Third of eight visits exploring the reach of the NHS across the country on a typical day.
Explore the game-changing advances in four medical fields

Wednesday 10th April

4.00pm BBC Radio 4 Thinking Allowed

8.00pm BBC Four Explosions: How We Shook The World
Like the things that go boom? Explore the science of explosions with Jem Stansfield.
Watch: the art of an effective explosion

Thursday 11th April

Midnight BBC Two Keeping Britain Alive: The NHS In A Day





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