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OU on TV and radio this week - 23-02-13 to 01-03-13

Updated Friday 22nd February 2013

The Children Of Our Time are on the cusp of teenagehood; and classical music takes a minimalist turn.

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Saturday 23rd February

Robert Winston Copyrighted image Icon Copyright: BBC BBC One, Wednesday & Thursday 9.00am Blighty A History Of Scotland
A ten-hour marathon as Neil Oliver explores the making of the nation...
...after which you might need our Scottish walks podcasts to get some exercise

5.30pm BBC Radio 4 The Bottom Line
Evan Davis and guests discuss the challenges - and allure - of doing business across Africa.
Watch: Good African Coffee CEO Andrew Rugasira on starting up in Uganda.

Monday 25th February

12.15am BBC Radio 4 Thinking Allowed
Why are Scottish NEDS taking pride in a perjorative term? And what is the truth about weapon dogs?
How the working class turned into chavs

Tuesday 26th February

9.00pm BBC Four The Sound And The Fury
The last episode of the 20th Century classical music history explores the part by played by Pärt and the development of holy minimalism.
20th Century Composers: Make the connections

Wednesday 27th February

3.00am BBC Four The Sound And The Fury

4.00pm BBC Radio 4 Child Of Our Time: Growing Up
New programme catching up with the millennium babies - now on the verge of becoming post-millennial teenagers.
Order your free Becoming A Teenager booklet

Thursday 28th February

8.30pm BBC Radio 4 The Bottom Line

9.00pm BBC One Child Of Our Time: Changing Families
Concluding part of the programme explores how the youngsters have coped with changing families.
What makes a house a home?

Friday 29th February

12.30am BBC Four The Sound And The Fury





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