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159 : PISA - Global Education Tables Tested 
first broadcast:
Mon Nov 25 2013 
8.02 pm 
Radio 4 
presenter:
David Spiegelhalter 
producer:
Mike Hally and Mark Whitaker 
A critical look at the international 'PISA' survey of education systems that consistently ranks British schools well down the 'league table'.  

 
158 : Some Corner of a Foreign Field 
first broadcast:
Sun Nov 10 2013 
11.45 am 
Radio 4 
presenter:
Mark Whitaker 
producer:
Mike Hally 
A global network of cemeteries and memorials now marks every Commonwealth military casualty of the two World War – a commitment that was born amid the mud and slaughter of the Western Front The man responsible for this was Fabian Ware, and in this programme Mark Whitaker tells his extraordinary story.  

 
157 : Patently Absurd 
first broadcast:
Tue Aug 20 2013 
8.02 pm 
Radio 4 
presenter:
Rory Cellan-Jones 
producer:
Mike Hally 
The patent system in the USA is so distorted it's now more lucrative for companies known as 'patent trolls' to sue manufacturers rather than actually make anything. The problem's so serious that President Obama has got involved -- and British companies are also targeted if they do business in the US. Rory Cellan-Jones investigates and finds one of the world's biggest trolls in his lair in Dallas.  

 
156 : The Silent Epidemic 
first broadcast:
Tue Feb 12 2013 
8.00 am 
BBC World Service 
presenter:
Mark Whitaker 
producer:
Mike Hally 
Mark Whitaker reports from Bangladesh and Vietnam on the surprising fact that drowning is a leading cause of child death across SE Asia, and on the efforts being made to prevent it. 

 
155 : The Silent Epidemic (R4) 
first broadcast:
Fri Jan 4 2013 
11.00 am 
Radio 4 
presenter:
Mark Whitaker 
producer:
Mike Hally 
Mark Whitaker reports from Bangladesh and Vietnam on the surprising fact that drowning is a leading cause of child death across SE Asia, and on the efforts being made to prevent it. 

 
154 : The Naughty Pictures Committees 
first broadcast:
Mon Nov 12 2012 
11.00 am 
Radio 4 
presenter:
Laurie Taylor 
producer:
Mike Hally 
On the centenary of the British Board of Film Censors, Laurie Taylor investigates how local councils used to ban films passed by the BBFC and permit others the Board had banned 

 
153 : The Art of Remembrance 
first broadcast:
Sun Nov 11 2012 
11.45 am 
Radio 4 
presenter:
Mark Whitaker 
producer:
Mike Hally 
Mark Whitaker looks at some of the more unusual ways that artists remembered the Great War, through the works of an painter, an architect, a film-maker, a sculptor and a poet  

 
149 : Known Unto God 
first broadcast:
Sun Nov 13 2011 
11.45 am 
Radio 4 
presenter:
Mark Whitaker 
producer:
Mike Hally 
Mark Whitaker recounts the story of the discovery and re-burial of the remains of an unknown soldier from World War 1, one of about two dozen cases a year in France and Belgium. 

 
146 : The New MBAs (2) 
first broadcast:
Mon Nov 22 2010 
11.00 am 
Radio 4 
presenter:
Mark Whitaker 
producer:
Mike Hally 
Following last week’s look at the UK, this programme examines how American business schools are responding to the Crash of 2008 by placing more emphasis on ethical issues.  

 
145 : The New MBAs (1) 
first broadcast:
Mon Nov 15 2010 
11.00 am 
Radio  
presenter:
Mark Whitaker 
producer:
Mike Hally 
A critical look at how UK business schools are responding to the Crash of 2008 by teaching more about ethics, sustainability and corporate responsibility (part 2 will look at the US) 

 

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