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Updated Friday 26th April 2013

Click and More Or Less return; while Bristol finds itself coping with TB.

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Monday 29th April

DeLorean adapted after the style of Back To The Future Creative commons image Icon jcarwil under CC-BY-NC-ND licence under Creative-Commons license Transport for the future? BBC World Service, Tuesday 12.15am BBC Radio 4 Thinking Allowed: The Power Of Oil
Laurie Taylor and guests drill down into a society fascinated with oil.
Try a free course extract: Living without oil

7.30pm BBC One England, Scotland & Northern Ireland Bang Goes The Theory
The series ends with an investigation into air pollution. Was Thunderclap Newman right all along?
Watch: combating air pollution

Tuesday 30th April

2.10am BBC Two Keeping Britain Alive: Episode 2
Late-night catch-up with the series that explores just one day of NHS activity nationwide.
Order your free booklet on NHS careers

6.30pm BBC Two Wales Bang Goes The Theory

7.32pm BBC World Service Click
We hook up once more with the World Service's technology show, and leap onto a trip into the journeys of the future.
Take James May's transport challenge

9.00pm BBC Two Keeping Britain Alive: Episode 6
A brand new episode of the series shows how the NHS copes with foreign nationals and deals with an outbreak of TB in Bristol.
Timeline of medical improvements during the NHS' lifetime

Wednesday 1st May

1.32am BBC World Service Click

1.40am Yesterday Timewatch: The Princess Spy
Her Majesty's on Secret Service.
Take out challenge, and try feeding a nation in war time.

8.32am BBC World Service Click

4.00pm BBC Radio 4 Thinking Allowed

Friday 3rd May

4.30pm BBC Radio 4 More Or Less
The weekly shake-down of statistics returns to the schedules.
Watch: How numbers make translating words easier





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