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Updated Friday 20th July 2012

What do jazz musicians get out of collaboration - and how do species in water habitats get from each other?

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Sunday 22nd July

Two people playing a piano Creative commons image Icon Miguel M Almeida under Creative-Commons license BBC Radio 4, Monday, 12.15am 7.00pm BBC Two & BBC HD Secrets Of Our Living Planet: Waterworlds
Another chance to see the final episode of Chris Packham's investigation into the majestic connections that drive nature.
Order your free How Nature Works habitat wall friezes

8.00pm BBC Radio 4 More Or Less
Tim Harford unpacks statistics, holds them up to the light and attempts to weigh their value.
Watch: The Joy Of Stats - or why statistics are anything but dull

Monday 23rd July

12.15am BBC Radio 4 Thinking Allowed: Jazz
Laurie Taylor explores how musicians work together, and what collaboration adds to their art.
What makes a song evocative?

Wednesday 25th July

4.00pm BBC Radio 4 Thinking Allowed

Friday 27th July

Midnight BBC HD Channel The Meat Market: Inside Smithfield
For a traditional market like Smithfield, coming to terms with the 21st Century isn't easy.
Watch: Greg Wallace on shopping in a tough climate

4.30pm BBC Radio 4 FM More Or Less

The Olympics open officially today; get behind the action with our 2012 Portal





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