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Wednesday 29 Oct 2014

Programme Information

Network TV BBC Week 44
Highlights 31 October-6 November 2009

Professor Diarmaid MacCulloch presents A History Of Christianity

A History Of Christianity

Thursday 5 November on BBC FOUR

Professor Diarmaid MacCulloch – one of the world's leading historians – reveals the origins of Christianity and asks whether it can survive in an increasingly apathetic and secular society

Rugby League Live – Four Nations

Saturday 31 October and Sunday 1 November on BBC ONE

England play Australia and France take on New Zealand as rugby league's Four Nations tournament continues

BBC SWITCH – The Season

Saturday 31 October on BBC TWO

Set in France's exclusive Val D'Isere ski resort, a new reality series for teens from BBC Switch follows the lives, loves, trials and tribulations of a group of young seasonnaires as they work and play in the party capital of the Alps

Formula 1 – Abu Dhabi Grand Prix

Sunday 1 November on BBC ONE

The Formula 1 season reaches a climax and also makes history with the first day-night race and the first time the United Arab Emirates capital has staged a race (Qualifying can be seen on Saturday)

Cycling – Track World Cup

Sunday 1 November on BBC TWO

Triple Olympic champion Sir Chris Hoy is back in the saddle, following injury in Copenhagen, for the first major international track event of the new season, with live coverage from the Manchester Velodrome

Fleetwood Mac – Don't Stop

Sunday 1 November on BBC ONE

Featuring new interviews with Mick Fleetwood, John McVie, Lindsey Buckingham and Stevie Nicks, this documentary delves deep into the heart of one of the most enduring bands in popular music


From Monday 2 November on CBEEBIES

Larger-than-life characters come to life in CBeebies' new, music-centric series for four- to six-year-olds that explores nature and the world around us

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