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Updated Friday 7th September 2012

Justin and Anita start their Chinese journey; Hilary's travels takes her to Norway - and there are bats everywhere.

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Saturday 8th September

Pipistrellus pipistrellus Creative commons image Icon Gilles San Martin under CC-BY-SA under Creative-Commons license BBC Radio 4, Tuesday, 11am 1.45am BBC One The Hairy Bikers Bakeation: Germany
German cuisine isn't just beer and sausages. Although beer might feature here a bit.
Discover the baking and culture of Germany

Sunday 9th September

8.00pm BBC Two & BBC HD China On Four Wheels: Episode One
Anita Rani and Justin Rowlatt take two very different journeys through one very large nation.
Watch: A beginner's guide to the Chinese language

10.30pm BBC Two England, Scotland & Northern Ireland Hilary Devey's Women At The Top: Episode 1 Hilary Devey sets out to discover why so few British businesses make use of women's talents at the top.
Watch: Behind-the-scenes interviews and footage

Tuesday 11th September

11.00am BBC Radio 4 Saving Species
This week, the team meet John Altringham, an expert in bat evolution.
Watch: Five million hungry bats

11.20pm BBC Two England & Wales
11.50pm BBC Two Scotland & Northern Ireland China On Four Wheels: Episode One

Thursday 13th September

8.00pm BBC Two & BBC HD Wartime Farm: Episode 2
The team uncover a story of how a local farmer overcame wartime racial prejudice - and get to grips with silage.
Can you beat the ministry to keep the nation fed?

9.00pm BBC Two England, Northern Ireland & Wales & BBC HD Hilary Devey's Women At The Top: Episode 2
Inspired by a visit to Norway, Hilary sets out to change her own business from the warehouse up. Can you be a winner in the Boardroom Lottery?

9.00pm BBC Radio 4 Saving Species





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