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Thursday 27 Nov 2014

Programme Information

Network TV BBC Week 10
Highlights 6-12 March 2010

Professor Brian Cox explores the Seven Wonders Of The Solar System

Wonders Of The Solar System

Sunday 7 March on BBC TWO See Week 10 Unplaced

Physicist Professor Brian Cox visits some of the most extreme locations on Earth to explain how the laws of nature have carved spectacular landscapes throughout the Solar System

Single, Together, Whatever

Saturday 6 March on BBC TWO

The love lives of a diverse group of 14- to 18-year-olds are followed in a new observational documentary for BBC Switch, examining teen relationships and giving a unique insight into what young people really think about love

Lambing Live

Sunday 7 March on BBC TWO

Kate Humble and Adam Henson are on hand as BBC Two follows the lambing season – the biggest and busiest event in the farming calendar – broadcasting live from a 900-ewe farm in South Wales

Undercover Princesses

Sunday 7 March on BBC THREE

Three bona fide Princesses from around the globe come to the UK in search of their Prince Charming


Monday 8 March on BBC FOUR

This three-part documentary series from acclaimed director Vanessa Engle explores sexual politics, charting the rise of feminism and interrogating its impact on contemporary women’s lives

Something Special

From Monday 8 March on CBEEBIES

Justin Fletcher and his alter ego, Mr Tumble, return with a new series of the programme for young children that focuses on everyday aspects of their lives to help them understand the world around them, using signs, symbols and gestures to encourage communication

Famous Rich And Jobless

Tuesday 9 and Wednesday 10 March on BBC ONE

Larry Lamb, Diarmuid Gavin, Meg Matthews and Emma Parker Bowles swap their fame and fortune for a world of joblessness, job-hunting and surviving on the poverty line and benefits (in Jobless on Tuesday, multi-Bafta-winning film-maker Brian Woods goes behind the unemployment numbers to speak to the people they represent)

The Gemma Factor

Tuesday 9 March on BBC THREE

The clock is ticking for Gemma Collinge (Anna Gilthorpe), who has only one ambition: to be famous by the time she's 21, in a new comedy for BBC Three

Eurovision – Your Country Needs You

Friday 12 March on BBC ONE

Legendary hit-maker Pete Waterman steps up to the mark to write the UK's song for Eurovision, as six hopefuls battle it out to be the lucky act to perform in Norway

Sacred Music

Friday 12 March on BBC FOUR

Simon Russell Beale journeys through the history of Western sacred music, looking at how religious music has continued to thrive despite the increasingly secular nature of society

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