Thursday 27 Nov 2014
So You Think You Can Dance turns up the heat and piles on the pressure, as Cat Deeley and judges Nigel Lythgoe, Arlene Phillips, Louise Redknapp and Sisco Gomez continue the search for Britain's favourite dancer.
The dancers take to the floor in a bid to impress the viewers at home and win their valuable votes. The Results show can be seen after Doctor Who.
The Doctor receives a distress signal from an old friend. Could there really be another living Time Lord out there? Hopes raised, he follows the signal to a junkyard planet sitting upon a mysterious asteroid in a Bubble universe, populated by a very strange family, as the time-travelling drama continues.
The Doctor, Amy and Rory are given the warmest of welcomes by Auntie, Uncle and Nephew. But the beautiful and insane Idris greets them in a more unusual fashion – what is she trying to tell the Doctor? As the Doctor investigates, he unwittingly puts his friends in the gravest danger.
The Doctor is played by Matt Smith, Amy by Karen Gillan, Rory by Arthur Darvill and Idris by Suranne Jones.
Graham Norton presents on BBC One as 25 countries compete for the coveted title of the Eurovision Song Contest winner 2011.
From each of the two semi-finals, 10 countries will have qualified. France, Germany, Spain, the United Kingdom and Italy are automatically qualified to take part in the Final.
European hosts Anke Engelke, Judith Rakers and Stefan Raab present on-stage while Graham Norton provides commentary. This year Blue represent the UK with their song I Can in a bid to bring home the Eurovision title. They face a live audience of 35,000 in the Dusseldorf Arena, and an estimated worldwide TV audience of over 100 million.
Ken Bruce also presents coverage of the show live on BBC Radio 2.
The Eurovision Song Contest Final 2011 is simulcast in HD on BBC One HD on Freesat channel 108, Freeview channel 50, Sky channel 143 and Virgin Media channel 108.
Fearne Cotton and Reggie Yates kick off the weekend's coverage of BBC Radio 1's Big Weekend from Carlisle, with BBC Three bringing the best of the action to the viewers at home through live music sets, interviews and lots more.
Fearne and Reggie kick off proceedings with live music as well a host of interviews with artists such as the Foo Fighters, Black Eyed Peas and Tinie Tempah. Later this evening, BBC Three presents Saturday's headliner, the full force of the Foo Fighters set live.
Coverage across the weekend is on Radio 1, bbc.co.uk/radio1, BBC Three and BBC Red Button. BBC Three presents additional highlights on Monday 16 and Tuesday 17 May from 7pm.
BBC Radio 1's Big Weekend is simulcast on the BBC HD channel, the BBC's High Definition channel, available through Freesat channel 109, Freeview channel 54, Sky channel 169 and Virgin Media channel 187.
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