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Saturday 17 November
John Inverdale is joined by guests Chris Cusiter and Jonathan Davies for live coverage as Scotland take on South Africa.
Confirmed for BBC One on 17 November at 6.30pm to 8.00pm
In the most grand and glittering show this series, Strictly will be broadcast live from the iconic Wembley Arena. Hosted by Sir Bruce Forsyth and Tess Daly, our stars will be dancing through the decades on a grand scale.
Darkness steals into the very heart of Camelot, as Morgana and her puppet Queen hatch a sinister plan to murder the King.
Confirmed for BBC One on 17 November at 8.55pm to 9.45pm
Tamzin's refusal to treat a drunk and abusive patient has serious repercussions and Tom, Sam and Dylan must all find a way to work together to treat a family with a rare genetic disorder, as the long-running medical drama continues.
Gabby Logan is joined by Keith Wood and Jeremy Guscott for live coverage as an Ireland XV take on Fiji at Thomond Park in Limerick.
Confirmed for BBC Two on 17 November at 9.00pm to 10.15pm
Jake Humphrey introduces highlights from qualifying at the United States Grand Prix, the penultimate race of the 2012 season.
Jason Mohammad presents highlights of England’s international with Australia at Twickenham.
Sunday 18 November
Confirmed for BBC One on 18 November at 7.20pm to 8.00pm
Claudia Winkleman and Tess Daly return to the iconic Wembley Arena to present the results of last night’s spectacular Strictly Come Dancing.
The first episode of Joe Ahearne's chilling drama for BBC One, starring Suranne Jones and Tom Ellis.
Jake Humphrey introduces highlights of the United States Grand Prix in Austin, Texas.
Monday 19 November
Having discovered that her sister is still alive, Tanya spends the night searching for information on her - but will Cora appreciate her meddling with her deepest secret?
In the final episode of Richard Hammond’s Miracles Of Nature, Richard is once again investigating the extraordinary super-powers of the animal kingdom and discovering how a multitude of amazing creatures are inspiring inventions at the very forefront of science.
Four Born Every Second puts the spotlight on birth and infant mortality around the world. One hundred and thirty million babies are born each year, but the circumstances - and country - of their birth will determine their life story. BAFTA-winning filmmaker Brian Hill travels from the UK to America, Cambodia and Sierra Leone to reveal the shocking lottery of childbirth across the globe.
In the second episode of this three-part series, Laurence Rees looks at the peak of Adolf Hitler’s popularity in Germany throughout the 1930s and his decision to invade France in 1940.
Part of BBC Three’s Body Beautiful season, I Want To Change My Body is a bold, original and ambitious documentary which sees young body-obsessed Brits turn the camera on themselves.
In episode seven, entitled Friend Or Foe (part one), Lexi adopts human form and transports to Earth, with one aim – to capture Tom Clarke. But both are unaware that a greater enemy is watching – scheming billionaire Stephanie Gaunt is determined to prove the existence of magic, and nothing can stand in her way.
Sid Sloane and Rebecca Wheatley explore the exciting worlds of firefighters, ancient Egyptians and animal rangers when Let’s Play, the brand new series that delves into the dressing-up box to discover the joy of pretending, continues on CBeebies.
Katy Ashworth enjoys cooking up some scrumptious snacks in new episodes of the CBeebies series I Can Cook - On the Go.
Tuesday 20 November
With the new CEO Imelda Cousins starting today, Ric is determined to keep control of his ward. But when Lilah tries to run before she can walk, he finds himself in the firing line.
Patrick reluctantly agrees to accompany Tanya to meet the sister she never knew she had, but will she live to regret digging up the past?
Confirmed for BBC One on 20 November at 9.00pm to 10.00pm
Celia Dawson and Alan Buttershaw haven’t seen each other for 60 years. When they’re reunited via Facebook, they arrange to meet, and discover that it was an unfortunate twist of fate that prevented them from getting together all those years ago. Their passionate feelings for each other are instantly reignited.
The third episode of this new six-part science series presented by Dara O Briain takes a weird and wonderful look at life, death and extinction.
Confirmed for BBC Three on 20 November at 9.00pm to 10.00pm
Transsexual Teen, Beauty Queen is an observational documentary following Jackie Green, the world’s youngest female transsexual, as she attempts to win the title of Miss England 2012.
Wednesday 21 November
Confirmed for BBC One on 21 November at 8.00pm to 9.00pm
Supersized Earth traces the spectacular story of how humans have transformed our world in just a single generation. In this awe-inspiring three-part series for BBC One, Dallas Campbell travels the globe, visiting the world’s largest and most ambitious engineering projects, exploring the power of human ingenuity and the making of the modern world.
Confirmed for BBC Two on 21 November at 9.00pm to 10.00pm
As the newsroom drama continues, Hector and Marnie host a gathering of friends at their apartment, as racial tension is on the rise across London, a response to the influx of immigrants from the Commonwealth who bring new culture to Britain’s streets, but also division. It’s a subject close to Freddie’s heart and provokes much discussion at the party, but is interrupted when two policemen arrive at the door to arrest Hector on suspicion of beating up Kiki. Hector denies the allegations but is taken away.
Thursday 22 November
Reeling from yesterday’s events, Tanya plans to bond with Cora - however, their afternoon is soon interrupted by a knock on the door.
In Snow Maiden, the final episode of the spy thriller, Byzantium is ordered to kill Jack Turner, but when the assassination attempt fails, Sam is exposed as a spy, and trapped inside the house.
In the final episode of Hebburn, it’s wedding day, again, for Jack and Sarah, and the bridesmaids are visions in Dot’s choice of buttercup yellow.
Friday 23 November
After coming face to face with the past, Cora plucks up the courage to explain her actions, but can Ava forgive her mother as they rake up the past?
In episode two, Understanding The Natural World, David examines the incredible scientific breakthroughs within his lifetime that have helped to shape an understanding of the world.