Wednesday 24 Sep 2014
Girls Aloud's Kimberley Walsh and BBC Radio 1 DJ Nick Grimshaw present highlights from BBC Switch Live 2009, featuring dazzling performances by some of the biggest music stars from the teen world, including Black Eyed Peas, The Saturdays, JLS, N-Dubz, Alexandra Burke and Pixie Lott.
BBC Switch Live, now in its second year, takes place on Sunday 8 November at London's Hammersmith Apollo and sees the chart-topping acts performing in front of more than 4,000 14 to 17-year-olds.
This year's event also features awards for the best in British talent, voted for by Switch viewers and listeners, in categories such as Switch's Stylish Human, Switch's Outstanding Artist and the Teen Hero Award, which celebrates inspirational teenagers in the UK. The awards will be announced during the event by special guests, including Radio 1 DJs Reggie Yates and Fearne Cotton and Switch favourites Tinchy Stryder, Chipmunk and George Sampson.
Kimberley and Nick bring viewers highlights of this star-studded event, including exclusive live performances, while Radio 1's Annie Mac chats to the stars backstage. Meanwhile, for all the backstage gossip, the 5:19 Show's Tom Deacon and AJ Odudu have access-all-areas passes, taking them everywhere from the mosh pit to the queue for the loos.
BBC Switch Live 2009 is a massive multi-platform event for the BBC across television, radio and online. As well as broadcasting on BBC One and on the HD Channel, highlights of the event will air in a five-hour BBC Switch Live special on Radio 1 with Annie Mac, Nick Grimshaw and Aled Haydn-Jones on Sunday 8 November. There will also be major interactive presence online at bbc.co.uk/switch.
Mars, 2059. Bowie Base One. Last recorded message: "Don't drink the water. Don't even touch it. Not one drop."
Starring David Tennant as The Doctor and guest starring acclaimed British stage and screen actress Lindsay Duncan, The Waters Of Mars is the second Doctor Who special to be screened this year.
Lindsay plays Adelaide – the Doctor's cleverest and most strong-minded companion. She and the Doctor face terror on the Red Planet in one of the scariest adventures yet.
Neighbours, Flying Doctors and Casualty star Peter O'Brien also guest stars as Ed, Adelaide's second-in-command at the base.
The Waters Of Mars is written by Russell T Davies and Phil Ford and is directed by Graeme Harper.
After more derision from Silvester, Garrow is spurred on to defend Edgar Cole, who is accused of raping a servant, as the legal drama co-created by Tony Marchant continues.
Garrow controversially wins and Cole is acquitted, much to the disappointment of Lady Sarah, who believes that Garrow only agreed to defend Cole to show off his legal skills. After the trial, Lady Sarah confronts Garrow but Silvester interrupts and senses the intimacy between them. His insinuation offends Garrow and he challenges Silvester to a duel to defend Lady Sarah's honour.
Southouse is furious with Garrow for challenging Silvester but agrees to be Garrow's second. They meet Silvester and his second, George Hervey, at dawn for the showdown. Garrow wins the right to shoot first but decides to shoot into the ground. Southouse is relieved but Silvester insists on taking his turn to teach Garrow a lesson, shooting him in the arm.
Sir Arthur is keen to learn the result of the duel and passes on the news that Garrow has been shot to Lady Sarah. Her reaction causes him to question her fidelity. Lady Sarah visits Garrow and admits her feelings. They kiss for the first time but, later, she tells him she must remain true to her husband.
Garrow's injury is not serious and he is soon back in court and up against his old nemesis, thief-taker Edward Forrester. Garrow is defending Tom and Phebe, who are accused of stealing from a shop owned by Katharine Stanton, on the orders of Forrester. Katherine's grandson, Dan, gave chase to the thieves but ran into Forrester, who beat Dan up. Dan dies and Tom and Phebe are accused of killing him.
Garrow is eager to cross-examine Forrester again but, as Southouse points out, recent distractions have left him ill-prepared. Forrester manages to humiliate him again. At dinner, Garrow subtly suggests to Judge Varley that some thief-takers like Forrester commit perjury in order to make more money for securing convictions.
Later, Forrester, is arrested for perjury. Tom and Phebe are sentenced to transportation and Forrester is sentenced to two hours in the stocks.
Meanwhile, Southouse guesses the reason for the duel and is angry and disappointed with Garrow. They argue and Southouse suggests they end their association. Stubbornly, Garrow agrees.
The cast includes Andrew Buchan as William Garrow, Lyndsey Marshal as Lady Sarah Hill, Aidan McArdle as Silvester, Alun Armstrong as Southouse, Rupert Graves as Sir Arthur Hill and Steven Waddington as Forrester.
John Inverdale hosts live coverage of a mouth-watering clash between Ireland and Australia at Croke Park. Australia have won five of the last six meetings between the teams, including the most recent in Melbourne last year, although the Irish did win the last encounter in Dublin in 2006.
Furthermore, the arrival of Declan Kidney as head coach has revitalised Ireland and they put behind them years of near misses to claim their first-ever Six Nations crown in March. Former Ireland captain Keith Wood will be among the studio guests, who also include Jonathan Davies and Jeremy Guscott. Commentary comes from Eddie Butler and Philip Matthews.
Clare Balding presents highlights from yesterday's Four Nations final, which took place at Elland Road in Leeds. The famous ground has played host to many memorable moments in rugby league, including New Zealand's incredible 24-0 victory over Australia in the 2005 Tri-Nations final.
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