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OU on TV and radio this week - 20-04-13 to 26-04-13

Updated Friday 19th April 2013

A medical angle to the week, as we continute to see how the NHS keeps Britain alive - and the Bang team explore the future of healthcare.

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Saturday 20th April

Jeremy Hunt Creative commons image Icon Department For Culture, Media And Sport under CC-BY-NC-ND licence under Creative-Commons license BBC Two, Tuesday, 9.00pm 9.00am Eden Life
Box-set sized collection of episodes from David Attenborough's definitive documentary about things that live.
Watch: Meet the silver langurs

2.00pm Eden Life

7.00pm Eden Life

Sunday 21st April

Midnight Eden Life

1.35am Yesterday Timewatch: The Princess Spy
The astounding story of Norma Baker is on Yesterday once more.
Take our challenge: could you feed wartime Britain?

Monday 22nd April

12.15am BBC Radio 4 Thinking Allowed
On heritage, and the lives of the English clergy.
Would all religions benefit from having women leaders?

7.30pm BBC One England, Scotland & Northern Ireland Bang Goes The Theory
Can you Google yourself better? And could rewiring genes cure some blindness?
What do you know about Genes? Take our test

Tuesday 23rd April

2.10am BBC Two Keeping Britain Alive: Episode One
Catch up with the series which explores the thousands of interactions between state and individual via the NHS.
Order your free Working To Save Lives booklet

9.00am Eden Charles Darwin And The Tree Of Life
David Attenborough's personal appreciation of the work of Darwin.
How Darwin changed philosophy

6.30pm BBC Two Wales Bang Goes The Theory

9.00pm BBC Two Keeping Britain Alive: Episode 5
As patients prepare for brain surgery and chemotherapy, Jeremy Hunt tours a cancer centre.
Access to healthcare before the NHS

Wednesday 24th April

4.00pm BBC Radio 4 Thinking Allowed





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