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Thursday 27 Nov 2014

Programme Information

Network TV BBC Week 41
Highlights 9-15 October 2010

Robert Dickson as Ewan, Chris Hegarty as Paul, David Tennant as Dave and Millie Innes as Evie in Single Father

Single Father

Sunday 10 October on BBC ONE

David Tennant and Suranne Jones star in Mick Ford's touching yet humorous drama series about finding love after heartbreak

Commonwealth Games 2010

Saturday 9 to Thursday 14 October on BBC ONE, BBC TWO and BBC HD

More live action from Delhi can be seen across the week, with the Closing Ceremony introduced by Sue Barker on Thursday

Britain's Biggest Book Prize – A Village Decides

Saturday 9 October on BBC TWO

Film maker Tim Samuels returns to the Scottish village of Comrie in Perthshire to ask the locals for their verdict on this year's Man Booker shortlist – which for the past two years has differed from the judges' official winner

BBC Election 70

Saturday 9 October on BBC PARLIAMENT

BBC Parliament presents a chance to relive the historic 1970 General Election, when the Tories snatched a shock win from the favourites, Labour

Formula 1 – Japanese Grand Prix

Sunday 10 October on BBC ONE

Lee McKenzie introduces live coverage of the Japanese Grand Prix from the Suzuka circuit

A History Of Horror With Mark Gatiss –
Frankenstein Goes To Hollywood

Monday 11 October on BBC FOUR

League Of Gentlemen star and Doctor Who writer Mark Gatiss celebrates the horror film in a new three-part series

Lip Service

Tuesday 12 October on BBC THREE

This seductive new relationship drama of sex, lies and true love in modern Scotland follows the lives of a group of 20-something lesbians

Film 2010

Wednesday 13 October on BBC ONE

The BBC's flagship film show Film 2010 returns with a new look, new presenters in Claudia Winkleman and Danny Leigh – and for the first time it's all live

Wonderland – Cheerleading For Boys

Wednesday 13 October on BBC TWO

From the streets of Leeds to the glittering lights of the national finals, Wonderland accompanies the UK's first all-boy cheerleading squad, the DAZL Diamonds, on the journey of a lifetime, as the observational documentary series returns

Chopin – The Women Behind The Music

Friday 15 October on BBC FOUR

Maverick young pianist James Rhodes journeys to Warsaw, Paris and London to discover the women whose voices had such a powerful influence on composer Frederick Chopin

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

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