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OU on TV and radio this week - 14-04-12 to 20-04-12

Updated Friday 13th April 2012

Bang comes back from the Easter break; Divine Women is at the birth of Christianity and Our Crime goes on a joyride.

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Sunday 15th April

Royal Navy Police officer using a radar speed gun Creative commons image Icon Defence Images under CC-BY-NC licence under Creative-Commons license BBC Three, Monday, 9.00pm 6.00pm BBC Two England, Wales & Northern Ireland & BBC HD Channel The Hairy Bikers' Bakeation: Austria
Si and Dave discover Austrian baking with a little 'Alp from their friends.
Explore the baking and culture of Austria

Monday 16th April

12.15am BBC Radio 4 Thinking Allowed: The crisis of waste
What is at the heart of our relationship with waste? And what really drives same-sex couples seeking to marry?
Getting Wasted

7.30pm BBC One England, Northern Ireland & Scotland
8.00pm BBC Two Wales Bang Goes The Theory
How do wireless signals affect us? Could mobile phones actually cure us? The Bang team investigate.
Talk Talk's Dido Harding on why there's still a future for landline phones

8.00pm BBC Four Inside The Medieval Mind: Knowledge
What did the inhabitants of the Medieval world know?
Listen: Ancestral life

9.00pm BBC Three Our Crime
This week the programme hears from perps and victims of car crimes.
Join the Our Crime discussion

Tuesday 17th April

12.30am BBC Three & BBC HD Channel Our Crime

2.00am BBC Four Inside The Medieval Mind: Knowledge

Wednesday 18th April

3.55am BBC Three Our Crime

4.00pm BBC Radio 4 Thinking Allowed

8.00pm BBC Two & BBC HD Channel The Hairy Bikers' Bakeation: Italy
The Bikers go beyond pizza breads. We could, of course, do the Alp joke here, too.
Explore the baking and culture of Italy

9.00pm BBC Two Divine Women
Bettany Hughes reveals how the early Christian Church had no prescription against female priests.
Order your free Divine Women booklet

Thursday 19th April

2.25am BBC Three Our Crime





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