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Updated Friday 22nd March 2013

Exploring the many ways the NHS touches lives every day, and how lives depend on other lives in every environment

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Saturday 23rd March

NHS bicycle Creative commons image Icon Oxyman under CC-BY-SA licence under Creative-Commons license BBC Two, Tuesday, 9.00pm 5.30pm BBC Radio 4 The Bottom Line
Evan Davis and guests explore the wine market.
The sociology of wine drinking

Sunday 24th March

5.00pm BBC Two Secrets Of Our Living Planet: The Emerald Band
Chris Packham unpicks the web of interdependencies in a fragile environment.
Explore UK habits and the web of life that depends upon them

Monday 25th March

12.15am BBC Radio 4 Thinking Allowed
Laurie Taylor and guests consider the language of food.
Will elitism hold back the food revolution?

7.30pm BBC One England & Scotland Bang Goes The Theory
Accidents, and how to avoid them - and how science can help when the worst does happen.
How chili can boost painkillers

Tuesday 26th March

7.30pm BBC Two Northern Ireland & Wales Bang Goes The Theory

9.00pm BBC Two Keeping Britain Alive: The NHS In One Day
Every day, the NHS touches, saves and eases thousands of lives across the country. We follow just a few of the stories behind the statistics.
What is it like to become a nurse?

Wednesday 27th March

11.20pm BBC Two England, Wales & Scotland;
11.50pm BBC Two Northern Ireland Keeping Britain Alive: The NHS In One Day

4.00pm BBC Radio 4 Thinking Allowed

Thursday 28th March

5.00pm Eden Life
David Attenborough gets to grips with life, wherever it happens, whatever form it takes.
Video: Meet the chinstrap penguins

8.30pm BBC Radio 4 The Bottom Line

10.00pm Eden Life





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