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Wednesday 29 Oct 2014

Programme Information

Network TV BBC Week 35
Highlights 28 August-3 September 2010

Amanda Burton joins Waterloo Road as new head teacher Karen Fisher (L-R: Wil Johnson, Amanda Burton, William Ash and Jason Done)

Waterloo Road

Wednesday 1 September on BBC ONE and BBC HD

Amanda Burton joins the cast as Karen Fisher, a dynamic new head teacher who is determined to turn the school into a safe and vibrant place to learn, as Waterloo Road opens its doors for a new term (New Tricks, starring Amanda Redman, Alun Armstrong, James Bolam and Dennis Waterman, also returns this week)

Reading And Leeds 2010

Continues from Saturday 28 August on BBC THREE

Dizzee Rascal, The Libertines, The Klaxons, Blink 182, Arcade Fire and Pendulum are among the acts performing at the Reading And Leeds Festival 2010, with BBC Three coverage presented by Edith Bowman and Reggie Yates

The Great Climb

Saturday 28 August on BBC HD

BBC HD brings coverage of Dave Macleod and Tim Emmett's attempts to scale Sron Uladail on the Isle of Harris – renowned as one of the toughest rock faces in the world

Formula 1 – The Belgian Grand Prix

Sunday 29 August on BBC ONE

Jake Humphrey, Eddie Jordan and David Coulthard are in Spa-Francorchamps for the first Formula 1 race following the summer break, with everything still to play for

MotoGP – Indianapolis

Sunday 29 August on BBC THREE

Jennie Gow presents live coverage of the 11th round of this year's MotoGP, from Indianapolis

Antiques Master

Bank Holiday Monday 30 August on BBC TWO

The competition hots up as contestants battle it out for a place in the final, as Sandi Toksvig and Eric Knowles continue their quest to find the Antiques Master

Blue Peter

Tuesday 31 August and Wednesday 1 September on BBC ONE

Joel Defries, Helen Skelton and Andy Akolwinere reveal all about their summer trip to Italy as Blue Peter returns for a new series

Prom 63 – Pictures At An Exhibition With The BBC NOW

Thursday 2 September on BBC FOUR

François-Xavier Roth conducts as the BBC National Orchestra of Wales performs a mainly French-flavoured programme (Prom 62 – Bruckner's Ninth Symphony can be seen tomorrow on BBC Four)

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

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