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Thursday 27 Nov 2014

Programme Information

Network TV BBC Week 40
Highlights 2-8 October 2010

Commonwealth Games

From Saturday 2 October on BBC ONE, BBC TWO and BBC HD

Live coverage of the Opening Ceremony from Delhi's Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium gets the 19th Commonwealth Games under way in spectacular style. Live action from the first five days of competition, including a host of medals on offer in swimming, track cycling and athletics, can be seen throughout the day on BBC One, BBC Two and BBC HD from Monday to Friday

Cycling – World Road Championships

Saturday 2 and Sunday 3 October on BBC ONE and BBC TWO

Highlights of the men's and women's road races come from Melbourne, Australia, presented by Jill Douglas

Strictly Come Dancing

Saturday 2 October on BBC ONE and BBC HD

Seven couples face the judges for the first time in the first live Saturday night show in the new series, presented by Bruce Forsyth and Tess Daly

The RIBA Stirling Prize 2010 – A Culture Show Special

Saturday 2 October on BBC TWO

Kevin McCloud presents live from the UK's most prestigious architecture prize as this year's winner is announced

Golf – Ryder Cup

Saturday 2 and Sunday 3 October on BBC TWO

Hazel Irvine presents highlights from Celtic Manor as the 38th Ryder Cup reaches its dramatic conclusion

MotoGP – Motegi Grand Prix

Sunday 3 October on BBC TWO

Motegi in Japan plays host to round 14 of the MotoGP season


From Monday 4 October on CBEEBIES

A new band of heroes splash onto CBeebies to take children on a series of thrilling and colourful deep-sea adventures in an exciting underwater voyage of discovery through the world's oceans

Songwriters' Circle

Friday 8 October on BBC FOUR

Justin Currie, Chris Difford and Boo Hewerdine are the featured artists as BBC Four continues to combine great singer-songwriters for unique concerts celebrating the craft of the song (this series started on Friday 1 October)

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

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