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Network TV BBC Week 47
Highlights 21-27 November 2009

Shaun The Sheep and friends flock back to CBBC

Shaun The Sheep

From Monday 23 November on BBC ONE

Shaun The Sheep and his friends flock back to CBBC for a new series of farmyard frolics, from the Academy Award-winning Aardman Animations

Rugby Union – Ireland v South Africa

Saturday 21 November on BBC ONE

Gabby Logan introduces live coverage of the rugby union match between Ireland and South Africa, from Dublin

MPTV – 20 Years Of Commons On Camera

Saturday 21 November on BBC PARLIAMENT

David Wilby takes a look at how Parliamentary life has changed in the 20 years since cameras have been broadcasting its daily business

Tennis – ATP World Tour Finals

From Sunday 22 November on BBC TWO

Some of the world's biggest tennis stars battle it out for a total prize fund of $5m and a prestigious title as the ATP World Tour Finals come to London for the first time

MODERN BEAUTY SEASON
School Of Saatchi

Monday 23 November on BBC TWO
(Schedule addition 6 November)

Powerful art world supremo Charles Saatchi sets six unknown artists up in their own East London studio for 10 weeks and commissions them to make a series of ambitious artworks, as he begins a search for the next generation of creatives

Gracie!

Monday 23 November on BBC FOUR

Jane Horrocks stars in Nick Vivian's romantic drama about the singer and comedienne from Rochdale who, in the Thirties, became the nation's darling and the highest paid film actress in the world, as BBC Four's Women We Loved season continues

Paradox

Tuesday 24 November on BBC ONE
(Schedule addition 6 November)

Tamzin Outhwaite and Emun Elliott star in Lizzie Mickery's new, intriguing, high-concept, high-octane, investigative drama in which the team must not only prevent complex crimes and incidents, but also wrestle with the moral and emotional implications of changing the future

A History Of Scotland

Tuesday 24 November on BBC TWO

Neil Oliver continues his journey into Scotland's past, taking up the story from the 1600s to the present day

Inside Sport – Mind Games: Depression In Sport

Wednesday 25 November on BBC ONE

Marcus Trescothick, Frank Bruno, Neil Lennon and John Kirwan talk about their battles with depression as Gabby Logan introduces an Inside Sport special looking into the stigma surrounding mental health issues in sport

Gavin & Stacey

Thursday 26 November on BBC ONE
(Schedule addition 6 November)

Gavin starts his new job in Cardiff while Stacey is thrilled to be back at home in Barry as the critically acclaimed recipient of four British Comedy Awards, two Baftas and a South Bank Award, written by James Corden and Ruth Jones and starring Mathew Horne and Joanna Page, returns for a third and final series

Wonderland – Virgin Swimmers

Thursday 26 November on BBC TWO

It's sink or swim for nine adults facing the challenge of a lifetime, as the observational documentary series continues

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