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Updated Friday 26th October 2012

Europe is full of revolution, and The Bottom Line discovers the world of sport.

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Saturday 27th October

The Lion of Lucerne Copyrighted image Icon Copyright: Asyan | The Lion Of Lucerne commemorates the Swiss Guard killed during The French Revolution. More on how revolution changed Europe - BBC One, Sunday, 9pm 5.15pm BBC Two England, Scotland & Wales & BBC HD
6.15pm BBC Two Northern Ireland Wartime Farm Episode 8
For our farmers, the war is over. But the struggles are set to continue...
Order your free Wartime Farm booklet

5.30pm BBC Radio 4 The Bottom Line
It's a sports special of the business programme as Evan is joined by Max Moseley, Barry Hearn and Tim Wright.
The shady business of fake football shirts

Sunday 28th October

9.00pm BBC One Andrew Marr's History Of The World
The 17th and 18th Centuries were turbulent times, especially in Europe. Andrew Marr investigates.
Michael Portillo investigates the other French Revolution

Tuesday 30th October

12.25am BBC One England, Scotland & Wales Wartime Farm Episode 5
Late-night catch-up, as our farmers meet the Lumber Jills and visit a British Restaurant
Take the challenge: could you have fed the nation in wartime?

11.00am BBC Radio 4 Saving Species
The series looks at the growing numbers of citizen scientists.
Become a citizen scientist - join iSpot

Wednesday 31st October

12.25am BBC One Northern Ireland Wartime Farm Episode 5

Thursday 1st November

8.30pm BBC Radio 4 The Bottom Line

9.00pm BBC Radio 4 Saving Species





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