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OU on TV and radio this week - 15-02-14 to 21-02-14

Updated Friday 14th February 2014

It's wartime again - and Christmas again - down on the farm, and Thinking Allowed remembers Stuart Hall.

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Saturday 15th February

5.00pm BBC Radio 4 The Bottom Line
Evan Davis gets to grips with TV formats and the business behind them.
Is Intellectual Property the key to a successful economy?

Monday 17th February

12.15am BBC Radio 4 Thinking Allowed
A special tribute to former OU stalwart Stuart Hall, who died last week.
Remembering Stuart Hall

9.00am Yesterday Wartime Farm Episode 5
Our volunteers attempt to recreate the agricultural world of the Second World War.
Take the challenge: can you feed Britain better than the Ministry?

7.00pm Yesterday Wartime Farm Episode 5

9.00pm BBC One Britain's Great War
Jeremy Paxman concludes his history of the First World War, as an uneasy peace settles.
Listen: A Timewatch podcast - does the end make a good place to start studying a war?

11.50pm BBC Four Brits Who Built The Modern World Episode 1
The Freedom Of The Future: How British design shaped the look of the modern world.
Watch: Meet the architects

Tuesday 18th February

9.00am Yesterday Wartime Farm Episode 6

7.00pm Yesterday Wartime Farm Episode 6

Wednesday 19th February

1.00am BBC Two Britain's Great War
A second chance to catch the first episode of Paxman's view of a continent at war.
Order your free First World War booklet

9.00am Yesterday Wartime Farm Episode 7

4.00pm BBC Radio 4 Thinking Allowed
Laurie Taylor explores how the home has become an extension of the self.
Unpick the history of your home

7.00pm Yesterday Wartime Farm Episode 7

8.00pm BBC Four Ancient Greece: The Greatest Show On Earth
How the Romans protected the legacy of Greek drama for posterity.
Watch: The Persians by Aeschylus

9.00pm Eden Frozen Planet
David Attenborough discovers the life that lives despite - and because of - the ice.
Free OpenLearn course: Climate change

Thursday 20th February

1.40am BBC Four Ancient Greece: The Greatest Show On Earth

9.00am Yesterday Wartime Farm Episode 8

4.30pm BBC Radio 4 BBC BBC Inside Science
Adam Rutherford with more from science and scientists.
Free OpenLearn course: How organisms use with iron

7.00pm Yesterday Wartime Farm Episode 8

8.30pm BBC Radio 4 The Bottom Line

9.00pm BBC Four Brits Who Built The Modern World Episode 2
Why designing a building for spies isn't a simple task.
Explore the buildings of the modern era

9.00pm BBC Radio 4 BBC BBC Inside Science

Friday 21st February

2.35am BBC Four Brits Who Built The Modern World Episode 2

9.00am Yesterday Wartime Farm Christmas Special

7.00pm Yesterday Wartime Farm Christmas Special

 

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