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Network TV BBC Week 14
Highlights 2-8 April 2011

Jo Joyner and Lisa Millett star in Candy Cabs

Candy Cabs

Tuesday 5 April on BBC ONE

Jo Joyner, Lisa Millett, Paul Kaye, Paul Nicholls, Denis Lawson, John Henshaw, Jodie Prenger, Claire Sweeney, Melanie Hill, Tom Goodman-Hill and Daniel Ryan star in BBC One's new comedy-drama revolving around the lives and loves of a group of women launching an all-female cab company

Filthy Cities

Tuesday 5 April on BBC TWO

Dan Snow embarks on a unique journey through the squalid grime of the past and uncovers the filthy histories of three of the world's leading modern cities: London, Paris and New York

Lambing Live

Throughout the week on BBC TWO

A new set of challenges awaits Kate Humble and Adam Henson as the series following the life-and-death drama of lambing heads to the hills of Cumbria

Louis Theroux – America's Most Hated Family In Crisis

Sunday 3 April on BBC TWO

Louis Theroux catches up with America's most controversial Christian group, run by the Phelps family, in a follow-up to his acclaimed 2007 documentary

Later Live ... With Jools Holland

Tuesday 5 April on BBC TWO and BBC HD

Jools Holland returns with a nine-week run of the acclaimed music series, with Elbow and Beady Eye taking centre stage in the first programme

Police Academy UK

Sunday 3 April on BBC THREE

Four international police officers come to the UK on a fact-finding mission, visiting three different UK forces, beginning in Essex, where they face a night shift in the party town of Colchester

Modern Love – Room At The Top

Thursday 7 April on BBC FOUR

Matthew McNulty and Maxine Peake star in BBC Four's adaptation of John Braine's classic novel about one man's struggle to gain status against the odds

Match Of The Day Live – Leeds v Nottingham Forest

Saturday 2 April on BBC ONE

Gabby Logan introduces a highly anticipated encounter between two Championship teams dreaming of a return to the Premier League

Justice

Monday 4 to Friday 8 April on BBC ONE

BBC One Daytime's new drama starring Robert Pugh, Gillian Kearney, Gary Mavers, Sheila Reid, Jake Abraham, Tom Georgeson an Jodie Comer follows life in a fictional local community justice centre

The Crimson Petal And The White

Wednesday 6 April on BBC TWO

Romola Garai, Chris O'Dowd, Gillian Anderson, Richard E Grant, Shirley Henderson, Amanda Hale and Mark Gatiss star in Lucinda Coxon's ambitious and bold four-part adaptation of Michel Faber's tale of love, lust, desire and revenge, revealing the true sexual politics of Victorian life

Golf – The Masters: 2010 Review/Golf – The Masters Highlights

Wednesday 6 and Friday 8 April on TWO

BBC Two looks back at last year's eventful Masters and ahead to this year's competition, with highlights from Friday night

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