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Programme Information

Network TV BBC Week 48
Highlights 28 November-4 December 2009

Anne-Marie Duff and Michiel Huisman star as Margot Fonteyn and Rudolf Nureyev in the BBC Four drama

Margot

Monday 30 November on BBC FOUR

Anne-Marie Duff and Michiel Huisman star in the final drama in BBC Four's Women We Loved season, telling the story of the prima ballerina assoluta's dancing partnership and complex relationship with Russian dancer Rudolf Nureyev

Tennis – ATP World Tour Finals

Saturday 28 and Sunday 29 November on BBC TWO

BBC Two brings live coverage from London's O2 Arena of the semi-finals and final of the ATP World Tour, in which the elite players on the tennis circuit battle it out for the prestigious title

Rugby Union – Wales v Australia

Saturday 28 November on BBC TWO

The Wallabies travel to Cardiff with revenge on their minds in this rugby union clash

Rip Off Britain

Monday 30 November to Friday 4 December on BBC ONE

Angela Rippon, Jennie Bond and Gloria Hunniford team up to help the nation in its battle to stop Britons being ripped off

Sports Personality Of The Year – The Contenders

Wednesday 2 December on BBC ONE

Gabby Logan introduces an Inside Sport special looking at the 10 nominees vying to become the BBC Sports Personality Of The Year 2009

Delia's Classic Christmas

Tuesday 1 December on BBC TWO
(Schedule addition 12 November)

For the first time since 1990, Delia Smith is back on our screens at Christmas time, unveiling a celebration feast packed with indulgent, scrumptious recipes

We Need Answers

Tuesday 1 December on BBC FOUR

Mark Watson, Tim Key and Alex Horne return for a new series of the anarchic comedy game show in which two celebrity guests answer questions set by the public (BBC Radio 4 Woman's Hour host Jenni Murray competes against former rugby league international Martin Offiah in the first programme)

Big Top

Wednesday 2 December on BBC ONE
(Schedule addition 12 November)

Amanda Holden, John Thomson, Sophie Thompson, Ruth Madoc and Tony Robinson star in this colourful, upbeat comedy series set in and around a travelling circus

Human Power Station

Thursday 3 December on BBC ONE
(Schedule addition 12 November)

A team of 80 cyclists powers an entire house for 12 hours in a special programme for Bang Goes The Theory that aims to find out just how much electricity the average British family uses

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