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Wednesday 29 Oct 2014

Programme Information

Network TV BBC Week 1
Highlights 1-7 January 2011

Bruce Parry embarks on an epic Arctic journey

Arctic With Bruce Parry

Sunday 2 January on BBC TWO

Bruce Parry returns with a new five-part documentary series set in the spectacular wilderness of the Arctic, where he explores the dramatic changes its people are experiencing

Zen

Sunday 2 January on BBC ONE

Rufus Sewell and Caterina Murino star in three new films for BBC One, set in and around Rome, about fictional Italian detective Aurelio Zen, based on the best-selling novels by the late Michael Dibdin

Hustle/Silent Witness

Friday 7 and Monday 3 January on BBC ONE

Two drama favourites return in the New Year as the hustlers have some new, ingenious plans to teach the rich a lesson; and the forensic team investigates some unexpected deaths

Eric And Ernie

Saturday 1 January on BBC TWO

Peter Bowker's single drama tells the story of Eric Morecambe and Ernie Wise's formative years, starring Daniel Rigby and Bryan Dick with Victoria Wood as Eric's mother

Stargazing Live

Monday 3 January on BBC TWO

Over the course of three nights, Professor Brian Cox and Dara O Briain look to the skies to bring the wonders of the stars into viewers' living rooms

The Sinking Of The Laconia

Thursday 6 January on BBC TWO

A two-part drama starring Andrew Buchan, Franka Potente, Ken Duken, Brian Cox and Lindsay Duncan, written by acclaimed writer Alan Bleasdale, tells the true story of the amazing heroism shown by ordinary people in the face of extraordinary adversity during the Second World War

New Year's Day Concert From Vienna

New Year's Day Saturday 1 January on BBC TWO and BBC FOUR

BBC Two brings live coverage of the second part of the New Year's Day Concert given by the Vienna Philharmonic, conducted by Franz Welser-Most (the Concert can be heard in its entirety on BBC Radio 3 and highlights can be seen on BBC Four)

Tracy Beaker Returns

Friday 7 January on CBBC

Dani Harmer returns in the title role of the hugely popular children's drama following the lives of the children and staff at the Dumping Ground as the home is threatened with closure

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

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