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Network TV BBC Week 3
Highlights 17-23 January 2009

Janet McTeer and Hugh Bonneville star in Hunter

In search of evil


Hunter

BBC ONE See BBC Week 3 Unplaced

Janet McTeer and Hugh Bonneville reprise their Five Days roles of Detective Sergeant Amy Foster and Detective Superintendent Barclay, in this new, two-part thriller about the kidnap of two seven-year-old boys and their abductors' unreasonable demands

Eurovision – Your Country Needs You

Saturday 17 January on BBC ONE

Andrew Lloyd Webber continues to work closely with the remaining five acts as they compete in the hope of being chosen to represent the UK at the Eurovision Song Contest 2009 in Moscow

Ski Sunday

Sunday 18 January on BBC TWO

Graham Bell and Ed Leigh host coverage of the longest and fastest race on the Alpine World Cup circuit – the men's downhill from Wengen, Switzerland – as Ski Sunday returns for a new series

Born Survivors – My 22 Stone Dad And Skinny Me

Monday 19 January on BBC THREE

Fifteen-year-old Emma is the subject of this week's Born Survivors, the hard-hitting and inspiring documentary series in which young people forced to live with serious issues reveal their strategies for survival

Folk America

Friday 23 January on BBC FOUR

A new, landmark documentary series tells the epic story of the American folk revival from the Twenties to the Sixties, beginning with Birth Of A Nation, which focuses on a golden age for American music

Folk America At The Barbican

Friday 23 January on BBC FOUR

Seasick Steve, The Wiyos, Cedric Watson And Bijoux Creole, CW Stoneking, Diana Jones and Allison Williams And Chance McCoy perform in the first of two concerts from London's Barbican Centre in a programme accompanying BBC Four's Folk America series

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