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BBC Week 2 10-16 January 2009

  The Undercover Princes: Prince Manvendra, Prince Africa Zulu and Prince Remigius

A princely task

The Undercover Princes
Thursday 15 January on BBC THREE See BBC Week 2 Unplaced

Three real-life bachelor princes – from India, South Africa and Sri Lanka – head to Brighton to find true love, keeping their identities secret and taking jobs as a barman, a waiter and a hotel housekeeper
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Total Wipeout
Saturday 10 January on BBC ONE

The action-packed game show, presented by Richard Hammond, sees more men and women from all walks of life compete on one of the world's largest, extreme obstacle courses, in the hope of winning a cash prize
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Eurovision – Your Country Needs You
Saturday 10 January on BBC ONE

Graham Norton hosts as six acts, shortlisted by Andrew Lloyd Webber and his team of professionals, take to the stage for the first of the live shows, in the hope of being chosen to represent the UK at the Eurovision Song Contest 2009 in Moscow
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BBC Switch On BBC Two – Almost Perfect Guide To Life
Saturday 10 January on BBC TWO

Reggie Yates presents a new show helping teenagers ask the right people the right questions, as they try to cope with surging hormones, changing bodies, exam stress and pocket-money traumas
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BBC Switch On BBC Two – Myths
Saturday 10 January on BBC TWO

Greek myths are given modern interpretations in stories revolving around the lives of several teenagers from the fictional village of Delphi (a trio of new programmes for BBC Switch is completed by a BBC Two airing of Trexx & Flipside, the comedy starring Pete Dalton and David Ajala as wannabe hip-hop stars)
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