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OU on TV and radio this week - 16-03-13 to 22-06-13

Updated Friday 15th March 2013

One man's battle to understand the causes of the Space Shuttle disaster, and a second chance for sugar.

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Saturday 16th March

Recovered part of Challenger Space Shuttle Copyright free image Icon Copyright free: NASA BBC Two, Monday, 9.00pm 5.30pm BBC Radio 4 The Bottom Line
How do you turn around a failing company?
Watch: How did Zanussi salvage Electrolux?

Monday 18th March

12.15am BBC Radio 4 Thinking Allowed
Are we running out of space to put the dead? And what happens at auctions?
Memorialising the dead

5.00pm Eden The Code
Marcus DuSautoy completes the remainder of his maths journey.
Play our grandmaster of mosaics game

7.30pm BBC One England & Scotland Bang Goes The Theory
Does sugar really deserve its awful reputation?
Listen: The science of sugar

9.00pm BBC Two The Challenger
William Hurt stars as Richard Feynman, unpicking the causes of the Space Shuttle disaster as his body starts to fail.
Try our ethical investigation quiz

10.00pm Eden The Code

Tuesday 19th March

7.00pm BBC Two Wales & Northern Ireland Bang Goes The Theory

Wednesday 20th March

4.00pm BBC Radio 4 Thinking Allowed

Thursday 21st March

8.30pm BBC Radio 4 The Bottom Line

Friday 22nd March

5.00pm Eden Life
David Attenborough continues to detail the many wonders of existence.
Watch: the strange mating behaviour of Dawson's bees





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