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Thursday 27 Nov 2014

Programme Information

Network TV BBC Week 43
Highlights 23-29 October 2010

Joanna Scanlan, Jo Brand and Vicki Pepperdine are reunited on the female medical ward

Getting On

Tuesday 26 October on BBC FOUR

Jo Brand, Joanna Scanlan and Vicki Pepperdine are reunited on Ward B4 as the acclaimed comedy, devised, written and performed by the cast, returns for a new series

Rugby League –
Four Nations Live: New Zealand v England

Saturday 23 October on BBC ONE

Wellington's Westpac Stadium is the venue for the opening game of the 2010 Four Nations campaign (defending champions Australia face Papua New Guinea tomorrow)

Match Of The Day Live –
Doncaster Rovers v Sheffield United

Saturday 23 October on BBC TWO

Colin Murray introduces live coverage of this Yorkshire derby in the Championship, with Steve Bower and Martin Keown providing the commentary

Formula 1 – Korean Grand Prix

Sunday 24 October on BBC ONE

Jake Humphrey and the team are in Korea for the inaugural Grand Prix there as the title challenge hots up

Doctors – Carousel

From Monday 25 October on BBC ONE

The kidnapping of a toddler is the focus of a compelling week of drama from the award-winning BBC One Daytime series

The Sarah Jane Adventures – Death Of The Doctor

Monday 25 and Tuesday 26 October on CBBC
(Wednesday 27 and Thursday 28 October on BBC ONE)

Matt Smith makes a guest appearance as The Doctor in two special episodes of The Sarah Jane Adventures, starring Elisabeth Sladen and written by Russell T Davies

Keith Richards – A Culture Show Special

Thursday 28 October on BBC TWO

Keith Richards talks candidly to Andrew Graham-Dixon about his life and career with the Rolling Stones, as his autobiography is published

The Stephen K Amos Show

Friday 29 October on BBC TWO

Stephen K Amos brings a tantalising mix of stand-up, sketches, audience banter, celebrity guests and a hilarious range of comedy characters to BBC Two in his new, self-titled show

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

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