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Programme Information

Network TV BBC Week 40
Highlights 3-9 October 2009

Martin Freeman and Alexander Armstrong star in Micro Men

ELECTRIC REVOLUTION
Micro Men

Thursday 8 October on BBC FOUR

Martin Freeman and Alexander Armstrong star in this affectionately comic account of the race for home computer supremacy in the Eighties, as BBC Four's Electric Revolution season of programmes continues

Gandhi

Saturday 3 October on BBC TWO

A new, three-part series presented by BBC journalist Mishal Husain explores the life of Mahatma Gandhi

Formula 1 – Japanese Grand Prix

Saturday 3 October on BBC ONE

Suzuka, one of the more challenging circuits in Formula 1, is the venue for the Japanese Grand Prix, broadcast live on BBC One in the early hours of Sunday morning

Emma

Sunday 4 October on BBC ONE

Romola Garai, Michael Gambon, Jonny Lee Miller and Louise Dylan star in this sumptuous, playful and witty new adaptation of Jane Austen's comic masterpiece from the pen of Bafta Award-winning writer Sandy Welch

Criminal Justice

Monday 5 to Friday 9 October on BBC ONE

Maxine Peake, Matthew Macfadyen, Sophie Okonedo, Denis Lawson, Steven Mackintosh, Eddie Marsan, Zoe Telford and Kate Hardie star in a new series of Peter Moffat's Bafta Award-winning drama which takes an uncompromising and insightful look at the criminal justice system

I Can Cook

From Monday 5 October on CBEEBIES

Newcomer Katy Ashworth concocts the perfect recipe to get the nation's under-sixes into the kitchen and cooking up a storm

Sorry I've Got No Head

Friday 9 October on BBC FOUR

Britain's finest comedy talent, including Marcus Brigstocke, Mel Giedroyc, David Armand, Anna Crilly and James Bachman, return in the critically acclaimed and Bafta-nominated "grown-up" sketch show for children

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