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BBC ONE Friday 30 October 2009

The Sarah Jane Adventures –
The Wedding Of Sarah Jane Smith: Part Two Ep 6/12

Friday 30 October
4.35-5.00pm BBC ONE

The Doctor joins the battle, as the power of the Pantheon Of Discord grows in strength, in the second and concluding part of this week's story, but a deadly trap is waiting for them all.

The Doctor makes a spectacular return on the happiest day of Sarah Jane's life, but is he too late to save both his old companion and Earth itself? As the strands of a clever and careful plan draw together, the two friends are separated across different time zones and must fight to save each other. For one, there's a terrible price to pay.

Sarah Jane Smith is played by Elisabeth Sladen and The Doctor by David Tennant.

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EastEnders

Friday 30 October
8.00-8.30pm BBC ONE

Over dinner, Owen proposes a toast to Libby, declaring that she has inherited her mother's cooking skills, in the final visit of the week to Albert Square. They laugh as they recall a time when Denise had a cooking disaster. Lucas, meanwhile, detests this warmth between Denise and Owen.

Later, at Jack's, Sam asks him why he rushed off. She gives him the opportunity to end their affair and he replies that he wants to, but being sensible was never his strong point. They end up in a passionate embrace.

Owen is played by Lee Ross, Libby by Belinda Owusu, Denise by Diane Parish, Lucas by Don Gilet, Jack by Scott Maslen and Sam by Danniella Westbrook.

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The Armstrong And Miller Show Ep 3/6

Friday 30 October
9.30-10.00pm BBC ONE
Alexander Armstrong and Ben Miller in one of their many guises, as the Second World War pilots
Alexander Armstrong and Ben Miller in one of their many guises, as the Second World War pilots

Howard The Weirdo takes things one step too far in a team ice-breaking session, as Alexander Armstrong and Ben Miller's comedy sketch show continues.

Meanwhile, the Second World War pilots are vexed that people have been talking about them behind their backs; Dennis Lincoln-Park examines the only surviving panel of a rare tapestry; the divorced dad offers his teenage son tips on avoiding STDs; Terry Devlin, the Ulsterman Royal Correspondent, talks assuredly about the minutiae of the Royal Family's lives; Jilted Jim invites his new best friends to a game of "Travel Boggle"; and, when a woman picks out a "South Harbour Club Patrol" branded T-shirt for her boyfriend, he's bewildered to find himself roped into dealing with approaching Somali pirates.

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BBC FOUR Friday 30 October 2009

MGM Film Musical Prom

Friday 30 October
7.30-9.35pm BBC FOUR

Viewers have another chance to see the MGM Film Musical Prom, celebrating 75 years of MGM classics, which proved to be such a hit with audiences this summer.

Clive Anderson, with film composer Debbie Wiseman, introduces the Prom and there are unforgettable songs from The Wizard Of Oz, Gigi and Singin' In The Rain. The programme was conceived by conductor John Wilson, who hand-picked a first-class orchestra and a cast of international singing stars: Sir Thomas Allen, Kim Criswell, Sarah Fox, Seth MacFarlane and Curtis Stigers.

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CBBC Friday 30 October 2009

Sorry I've Got No Head Ep 4/11

Friday 30 October
5.15-5.45pm CBBC

A new character, a 40-year-old French Exchange student who has outstayed his welcome, makes his debut today as the critically acclaimed comedy for children continues with more irreverent sketches.

There's also a failed attempt to break yet another World Record, with members of the elusive and secretive Deer Club taking on a rival gang.

Featuring around 20 different comedy moments packed into every episode, this popular CBBC sketch show, is filled with off-the-wall humour for the whole family to enjoy.

Sorry I've Got No Head features the comic talents of Marcus Brigstocke, Mel Giedroyc, David Armand, Anna Crilly, James Bachman and Nick Mohammed.

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