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Network TV BBC Week 12
Highlights 19-25 March 2011

Matt Smith (right) stars in Christopher And His Kind along with Douglas Booth

Christopher And His Kind

Saturday 19 March on BBC TWO

Matt Smith, Lindsay Duncan, Imogen Poots, Toby Jones and Douglas Booth star in acclaimed playwright Kevin Elyot's one-off drama chronicling the formative years of novelist Christopher Isherwood

My Big Fat Fake Wedding

Thursday 24 March on BBC ONE

Richard Bilton investigates the sham weddings in the UK – of which there are nearly 600 suspected cases each year – that help immigrants stay in the country illegally

White Van Man

Tuesday 22 March on BBC THREE

Will Mellor stars as Ollie, who reluctantly gives up his dreams of running a restaurant to help out his ailing father, Tony (played by Clive Mantle), in stand-up comedian Adrian Poynton's new comedy, which also stars Georgia Moffett, Joel Fry and Naomi Bentley

Women In Love

Thursday 24 March on BBC FOUR

Rosamund Pike, Rachael Stirling, Rory Kinnear and Joseph Mawle star in William Ivory's compelling two-part drama based on two novels by DH Lawrence, as part of BBC Four's new Modern Love season, exploring love and sexuality in 20th-century literature

Six Nations Rugby

Saturday 19 March on BBC ONE

A trio of games conclude a thrilling Six Nations competition as Scotland play Italy, Ireland face England and France are up against Wales

Frankenstein's Wedding ... Live In Leeds

Saturday 19 March on BBC THREE

This ambitious music and drama event, live from Leeds in front of an audience of 12,000, explores Mary Shelley's iconic story through contemporary performance and cutting-edge musical content

MotoGP – Losail

Sunday 20 March on BBC TWO

A new MotoGP season begins in Qatar, with live coverage presented by Matt Roberts as Jorge Lorenzo looks to repeat his success of 2010

A Farmer's Life For Me

Thursday 24 March on BBC TWO

Emotions run high for the remaining two couples as Jimmy Doherty announces who he has chosen to run their own, 25-acre farm for a year

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

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