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AT HOME BROADCASTS – TELEVISION & RADIO – for w-c SAT 1st MAY


Some highlights that may interest members or groups in U3A.
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TELEVISION
SAT 1 MAY:
BBC4 TV: From 7 – 8pm: The Story of Venice (1/4)
BBC4 TV: From 8 – 9pm: Neil Oliver’s Tour of Cornish Coasts
Channel 4 TV: From 8 – 9pm: The Great (ecological) Garden Revolution
SUN 2:
BBC1 TV: From 9 – 10am: Andrew Marr – the week’s talking points
BBC4 TV: From 8 -10pm: BBC Young Musician – the 3 finalists for 2020
in the grand final, recorded in March 2021
ITV3: From 8 - 9pm: Prince Charles inside the Duchy of Cornwall (1/2)
MON 3:
Yesterday TV: From 8 – 9pm: The Buildings that fought Hitler (Pill boxes that housed Home Guard men who would have kept the enemy at bay till the regular Army intervened.)
TUES 4:
BBC4 TV: From 9 – 10.50pm: The Violence Paradox– is the world getting less violent?
BBC4 TV: From 10.50 – 11.50pm: Horizon – Is Your Brain Male or Female?
BBC4 TV: From 11.50pm – 1.20am: How painters like Breughel depict winter.
WED 5:
BBC1 TV: From 7.30 – 8pm: Panorama – Am I British?
PBS America TV: From 8.40 - 9.55pm: Old China on Film - extraordinary BFI film clips from 19th century
ITV: From 10.45 – 11.40: Peston - political magazine
THURS 6:

ITV: From 7.30 – 8pm: Cheats, Fiddles and Scams: Protecting your Money?
Tonight (1/2)
Channel 5: From 7 – 8pm: Gardening with Carol Klein – growing soft fruits
FRI 7:
BBC2 TV: From 9am – Midday: Local Election results
BBC1 TV: From 2.30 – 6pm: Local Election results
BBC1 TV: From 8 – 8.05pm Local Election results - summary
ITV: from 8 – 9pm: Cheats, Fiddles, & Scams: Protecting Your Family? Tonight
(2/2)

RADIO
SAT 1:
BBC Radio 3: From 12.30 – 1pm: This Classical Life – good discussion + musical excerpts programme
BBC Radio 4: From 2 – 2.45pm: Any Answers – the public’s views
BBC Radio 3: From 6.30 – 10pm: Opera – Gluck’s Orfeo et Euridice
BBC Radio 4: From 7.45 – 8pm: Health with Dr. Michael Mosley – Learn a New Skill (4/11)
SUN 2:
BBC Radio 4: From 11.45 – Midday – Dr. Michael Mosley on Press-ups (5/11)
BBC Radio 3: From Midday – 1pm: Private Passions – guest Camilla Pang, who wrote an award-winning book on her insight into her own autism
BBC Radio 4: From 2 – 2.45pm: Gardeners’ Question Time
BBC Radio 4: From 3 – 4pm: Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead
BBC Radio 4: From 4 – 4.30pm: Bookclub – Liane Moriarty on her novel ‘Big Little Lies’
BBC Radio 3: From 4 – 5pm: Jazz Record Requests
BBC Radio 2: from 9 – 10pm: ‘Seb Coe - A Day Without Jazz is Like a Day Without Running’
MON 3:
BBC Radio 4: Mon – Fri 9.45 – 10am & rpt 12.30am: Book of the Week – The King’s Painter – Hans Holbein
BBC Radio 4: Mon - Fri 10.45 – 11am & rpt 7.45pm: Hardy’s Women – The Woodlanders
BBC Radio 3: Mon – Fri Midday – 1pm: Composer of the week: Aaron Copland (1900 -90)
BBC Radio 4: From 8 – 8.30pm – Does Your Vote Matter? Is It Worth Voting?
BBC Radio 4: From 11.30 – Midnight – The Prime Minister at 300 (2/3)
TUES 4:
BBC Radio 4: From 9 – 9.30am & rpt 9.30pm: The Life Scientific – Helen Scales on Marine Conservation
BBC Radio 4: From 11 – 11.30am: Dare to Repair – on Built-in Obsolescence
BBC Radio 4: From 4.30 – 5pm: Great Lives - on Roosevelt’s right hand man in WW2 – Harry Hopkins
WED 5:
BBC Radio 4: From 11.30 – Midnight: The Prime Minister at 300 (3/3)
THURS 6:
BBC Radio 4: From 9 – 9.45am & rpt 9.30pm: In Our Time – 13th century civil war – The Second Barons’ War
BBC Radio 4: From 4.30 – 5pm: BBC Inside Science – latest scientific research
BBC Radio 4: From 8 – 8.30pm: Aaronovitch & guests on a key topical issue
FRI 7:
BBC Radio 4: From 9 – 10pm: Meeting Myself Coming Back (1/3): Alastair Campbell reflects on his life.










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