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Wednesday 29 Oct 2014

Programme Information

Network TV BBC Week 26
Highlights 26 June-2 July 2010

Tom Hollander plays Reverend Adam Smallbone in BBC Two's contemporary new sitcom


Monday 28 June on BBC TWO

The daily frustrations and moral conflicts of the Reverend Adam Smallbone are followed in this contemporary new sitcom for BBC Two, starring Tom Hollander

Wimbledon 2010

Continues throughout the week on BBC ONE, BBC TWO and BBC HD

From the second round through to the semi-finals, live coverage of Wimbledon 2010 continues

Match Of The Day Live

Continues throughout the week on BBC ONE and BBC HD

The 2010 World Cup reaches the knockout stages as 16 teams remain in the competition, with the BBC having first pick of the round of 16 and quarter-final matches (please note, exact games shown will not be known until the group stages are complete)

BBC At Glastonbury

Saturday 26 and Sunday 27 June on BBC TWO, BBC THREE, BBC FOUR and BBC HD

Muse, Stevie Wonder, Shakira, Scissor Sisters, Faithless and Pet Shop Boys are among the acts performing live at Worthy Farm as Glastonbury continues

Formula 1 – European Grand Prix

Sunday 27 June on BBC ONE

Jake Humphrey presents live coverage of the European Grand Prix as the streets of Valencia host the race for the third time (Qualifying can be seen on Saturday)

Top Gear

Sunday 27 June on BBC TWO

Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond, James May and The Stig rev up for a new series of the top-rated show and introduce a new Reasonably Priced Car

Disappearing Dad

Tuesday 29 June on BBC FOUR

Novelist Andrew Martin takes a wry look at the way fathers are represented in fiction and film as BBC Four's Fatherhood Season continues


Wednesday 30 June on BBC ONE

Zoe Tapper, Joseph Millson, Sarah Jane Potts, Navin Chowdhry, Emma Stansfield, Jemima Rooper, Ed Byrne and Jan Francis make up the ensemble cast of Mike Bullen's one-off comedy-drama following a group of people who once shared a house together

Forever Young – How Rock 'n' Roll Grew Up

Friday 2 July on BBC FOUR

With contributions from Iggy Pop, Rick Wakeman, Richard Thompson, Suggs, Joe Brown, Alison Moyet, Rosie Boycott and Bruce Welsh, among others, this one-off music documentary takes a closer look at how rock 'n' roll has had to deal with the unthinkable, namely growing up and growing old

Please note: the choice of games in the knockout stages of the World Cup has not yet been decided; the BBC will show one game on each day of the competition this week. This could affect the scheduling of other programmes.

Scheduling information in Network TV Programme Information is subject to change.

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