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Thursday 27 Nov 2014

Programme Information

Network TV BBC Week 44
Highlights 30 October-5 November 2010

Wallace and Gromit present a new series for BBC One and BBC HD

Wallace And Gromit's World Of Invention

Wednesday 3 November on BBC ONE and BBC ONE HD

Wallace and Gromit turn their hand to presenting for the first time in a new factual series which takes an enthusiastic look at some real-life cracking contraptions, from gadgets that help around the home to the mind-boggling world of space travel

Nigel Slater's Simple Suppers

Wednesday 3 November on BBC ONE and BBC ONE HD

Food writer Nigel Slater returns with his Simple Suppers, cooking a week's worth of uncomplicated, tasty meals that viewers can easily recreate at home

Turn Back Time – The High Street

Tuesday 2 November on BBC ONE

The story of the British high street is brought to life as four empty shops and a group of modern shopkeepers and their families are transported back to the high street's heyday in the 1870s, and then propelled through a century of dizzying change

Eat, Pray, Light

Tuesday 2 November on BBC ONE

A thought-provoking documentary featuring British Hindus – including a family, priests, theologians, artists, entrepreneurs, and The One Show's Anita Rani – reveals the meaning of the rituals and customs of Diwali

David Attenborough's First Life

Friday 5 November on BBC TWO

David Attenborough explores the origins of the living world, journeying to Newfoundland, Morocco and Queensland to find evidence in fossils and living animals of an extraordinary period in Earth's history, half a billion years ago

A Night With Elton John

Saturday 30 October on BBC TWO

A new and exclusive documentary, Madman Across The Water – The Making Of Elton John, and Sir Elton's BBC Radio 2 Electric Prom head up an evening of programmes celebrating the iconic singer-songwriter

Psychoville – Halloween Special

Sunday 31 October on BBC TWO

Reece Shearsmith and Steve Pemberton return with a "spooktacular" episode of the dark comedy thriller

Darts – World Masters

Saturday 30 and Sunday 31 October on BBC ONE and BBC TWO

Hull plays host to the World Masters, the oldest established major in darts, now in its 37th year, which attracts hundreds of players from around the globe

Moving On

From Monday 1 November on BBC ONE

BBC One's acclaimed Daytime drama series, created by multi-award winning writer Jimmy McGovern, returns with 10 stand-alone films featuring a wealth of well-known faces, including Anna Massey, John Simm, the late Corin Redgrave, Robert Glenister, Roy Marsden, Susannah Harker, Jenny Agutter, Pooky Quesnel, Ewen Bremner, Lisa Faulkner, Nicola Stephenson, Daniel Ryan, Maggie Steed and Hannah Gordon

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

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