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OU on TV and radio this week - 16-06-12 to 29-06-12

Updated Friday 15th June 2012

The links between organisms in nature, the links in a strong London community and the links that bind family and friends.

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Saturday 16th June

5.30pm BBC Radio 4 The Bottom Line
Evan Davis and guests from the top of industry explore the psychology of business competition.
Watch PepsiCo chairman Richard Evans on competitive advantage

Sunday 17th June

8.00pm BBC Two Secrets Of Our Living Planet: The Emerald Band
In the first in a new series, Chris Packham explores how all of nature interlinks.
Explore British natural habitats - and find out how to share your own observations.

Monday 18th June

12.15am BBC Radio 4 Thinking Allowed
Laurie Taylor presents another collection of the latest thinking in the social sciences. This week's topics include kinship.
Kinship and the Poor Law

11.20pm BBC Two England, Scotland and Wales Secrets Of Our Living Planet

Wednesday 20th June

4.00pm BBC Radio 4 Thinking Allowed

9.00pm BBC Two The Secret History Of Our Streets: Caledonian Road
Continuing the exploration of social history through the progress of a single street, this week's focus is a road that Charles Booth found "depressing" but which has built a strong sense of community.
Explore the stories behind our streets





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