What's On BBC Red Button 14-20 September

Saturday 14 September 2013, 06:00

Chris Bartlett Chris Bartlett Content Producer

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It's a packed schedule on the Red Button this week with something for all the family. As part of Radio 3's Sound of Cinema series, the BBC Concert Orchestra and BBC Singers celebrate Europe on Film, CBBC fans will be pleased to hear we've got a Wolfblood behind-the-scenes exclusive, Victoria Derbyshire hosts a 5 live debate on Scottish independence and, for sports fans, there’s MotoGP, Great North Run highlights plus America's Cup sailing.

Scottish Independence Debate

With a year to go before the referendum on Scottish Independence, on Monday Victoria Derbyshire is in Glasgow debating the key issues. She's joined by an audience of around 300 5 live listeners and a panel of leading business owners and politicians, including Deputy First Minister of Scotland and SNP Depute Leader Nicola Sturgeon and Deputy Leader of Scottish Labour Anas Sarwar.

Monday 16 September, 10am-12pm 

Radio 3 Live in Concert - Sound of Cinema

Join the BBC Concert Orchestra from Monday as they play European film music, including excerpts from The Artist and Les Miserables, together with music composed by Maurice Jarre and Ennio Morricone, live from the Watford Colosseum. 

Monday 16 September, 7.30pm-7am

Tuesday 17 September, 8pm-7am

Wednesday 18 September, 10pm-7am

Thursday 19 September, 8pm-7am

Friday 20 September, 6am-7am

Wolfblood Extra

Wolfblood Extra Wolfblood Extra

CBBC's hit drama series Wolfblood is back, and BBC Red Button celebrates its return with an exclusive behind-the-scenes special. From Monday, you can see how the programme is filmed, watch interviews with all the cast and get an exclusive on-set report from Dodge as he sniffs out all the Wolfblood gossip.

Also from CBBC, there's a blog from presenter Chris, horoscopes and jokes to make you laugh.

Monday 16 September, 7am-9.55am, 12-2.15pm, 3.45pm-5.25pm
Tuesday 17 September, 7am-5.40pm
Wednesday 18 September, 7am-12pm, 1.30pm-7.30pm
Thursday 19 September, 7am-12pm, 1pm-7.30pm
Friday 20 September, 7am-2.15pm, 3.45pm-6pm

Elton John - Radio 2 In Concert

Elton John Elton John performed on Radio 2

You can still catch highlights of Sir Elton John's special concert for BBC Radio 2. The music legend performs hits from his back catalogue as well as new tracks from his 30th solo album, The Diving Board, in an intimate gig recorded at London's BBC Radio Theatre.

Saturday 14 September, 6am-8.30am, 6pm-1.15am
Sunday 15 September, 3.15pm-7.10pm
Monday 16 September, 1.10pm-7am

Antiques Roadshow Play Along

Demonstrate your knowledge of antiques by playing along with Antiques Roadshow. Our valuation game is simple, fun and free to play. Consider each of the objects featured in the programme, select an option before our experts give their valuation and see how many you get right.

The play along is not available on Virgin TiVo but remember you can also download the BBC’s free mobile play along app.

Available on Sky and Freeview

Sun 15 September, 7.55pm-9pm

This Week's Sport Highlights

There's a packed sport schedule on Red Button this weekend with MotoGP racing from Misano, Final Score for all the latest football results, action from the UK Women's Triathlon and highlights from the Great North Run. For a full list and times of sport coverage on Red Button see the BBC Sport website. Please note times are subject to change.

And don't forget, you can get more information on BBC Red Button services here and you can keep up with all the latest news by following us on Twitter @BBCRedButton

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    Comment number 1.

    Please put the Red Button (and HD) schedule on here: http://www.bbc.co.uk/tv/guide because when it's only here: http://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/0/17151954 it's difficult to plan ahead. On the TV guide it's much simpler for your viewers to see what's on the channel(s) minute by minute and not to miss out. I nearly missed the excellent coverage of the ladies' triathlon from London (shame about the mist though, spoiling the HD effect, a little), which you didn't even tweet about before it started.

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    Comment number 2.

    Yes - wholeheartedly agree with Paul above. It's great that the BBC utilise the red button as almost another channel, but we need to know what's on it and when. Prompted by the fact that MotoGP is being 'bumped off' the TV onto red button all this weekend, have the BBC considered a dedicated sports channel?

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    Comment number 3.

    And please, for the nth time of asking, update each and every one of the lists on http://www.bbc.co.uk/blogs/pressred/2009/05/pagenumberlist.shtml.

    And instructions of accessing the SD version of Testcard W on Freeview Red Button wouldn't come amiss.

    Come to think of it, might they be linked in to a new FAQ under the Red Button category: many thanks for revamping those, by the way: they are much clearer to follow in their present form.

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    Comment number 4.

    The Elton John concert was great, but why on earth has it now been edited down! It was only an hour long and the whole concert should be reinstated immediately on the red button. The adverts on Radio 2 are still saying that you can watch the whole concert. I know people who missed the first broadcast and would like to watch it in full.

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    Comment number 5.

    Definitely you need to shout louder about your service! Just saw the Sound of the Cinema concert and more from the Proms. Its the first time I've realised it's possible to access cultural content as well as sport from the red button, only because I heard the announcement. I'm gutted not to have known you had performances from the Edinburgh Fringe on too a few weeks ago. Is there somewhere more clear, prominent and integrated into the rest of BBC schedules, advertising etc... where you can see what's going on through the press of the RED! More people need to know, for such content to expand and continue to be supported surely? With theatres now filming shows these could go on here too (esp the public funded theatres) Keep up the good work, and now I know I'll keep me eye out! Thanks J

 

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