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Updated Friday 21st September 2012

Andrew Marr heads to the ruins of Ancient Egypt while Stephanie Flanders explores how Hayek's reputation survived the meltdown.

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Saturday 22nd September

Ancient Egyptian ruins Copyrighted image Icon Copyright: Vladimir Voronin | BBC One Sunday, 9pm 1.40am BBC One The Hairy Bikers Bakeation: Austria
Si and David remember their favourite things, and then they don't feel too bad.
Explore the baking and culture of Austria

4.10pm BBC Two England & Wales Wartime Farm: Episode 3
It's 1940 in the farm, and Christmas on the ration is looming...
Order your free Wartime Farm booklet

5.30pm BBC Radio 4 FM The Bottom Line: Silos and Europe
Evan Davis and guests ask if Europe has been written off too soon, and if silos are dismissed unfairly.
Watch: will Eurobrands dominate the continent's shops?

6.25pm BBC Two Scotland & Northern Ireland Wartime Farm: Episode 3

Sunday 23rd September

9.00pm BBC One Andrew Marr's History Of The World: Survival
Never one to shirk a challenge, Andrew Marr sets about telling the story of human history in eight parts.
Order your free How Do They Know That? booklet

Monday 24th September

9.00pm BBC Two England, Wales & Northern Ireland & BBC HD
11.50pm BBC Two Scotland Masters of Money: Hayek
Stephanie Flanders discovers why Hayek's free-market thinking has become more popular since the start of the financial crisis.
Watch: The Paradox of Thrift explained in 60 seconds.

Tuesday 25th September

11.00am BBC Radio 4 Saving Species
Exploring the work being done around the world to protect biodiversity.
Juniper in decline

Thursday 27th September

8.00pm BBC Two & BBC HD Wartime Farm: Episode 4
As things get harder, the team discover why 2000 farmers were dispossessed during the war.
Could you beat the Ministry? Take our challenge

8.30pm BBC Radio 4 The Bottom Line

9.00pm BBC Radio 4 Saving Species





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