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Updated Friday 7th June 2013

A new series explores nature in a time of growing populations; and Click looks at rising demand for travel.

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Saturday 8th June

Stork next on a Motorway gantry Creative commons image Icon Emerging Birder under CC-BY-NC-SA under Creative-Commons license Storks finding space to nest on a gantry. Shared Planet explores the interplay between human endeavour and nature, BBC Radio 4, Tuesday

9.00am BBC Two A History Of Scotland
Neil Oliver continues the story of Scotland.
Free course extracts on all things Scotland

5.30pm BBC Radio 4 The Bottom Line
Evan Davis asks senior recruitment figures about their survival strategies.
How does headhunting work?

Sunday 9th June

8.00pm BBC Radio 4 More Or Less
The numbers behind the news.
Confusing terms in statistics

Monday 10th June

12.15am BBC Radio 4 Thinking Allowed
How much time at work are we actually working?
24 hour working

Tuesday 11th June

1.45am BBC Two Keeping Britain Alive: The NHS In A Day
The concluding episode of the top-to-bottom examination of 24 hours of healthcare.
Order your free guide to health careers

11.00am BBC Radio 4 Shared Planet
In a new series, Monty Don explores how a planet can balance ever more people with the natural world.
Are there just too many of us?

7.32pm BBC World Service Click
Given how many of us there are, and the desire for travel, can technology come to a rescue?
The highway of the future?

Wednesday 12th June

2.32am BBC World Service Click

9.32am BBC World Service Click

4.00pm BBC Radio 4 Thinking Allowed

Thursday 13th June

5.30pm BBC Radio 4 The Bottom Line

Friday 14th June

4.30pm BBC Radio 4 More Or Less





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