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BBC ONE and BBC ONE HD
Saturday 21 May 2011
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Formula 1 – Spanish Grand Prix Qualifying

Live event/outside broadcast High Definition programme
Saturday 21 May
12.10-2.15pm BBC ONE and BBC ONE HD
David Coulthard commentates on all the Qualifying action for the Spanish Grand Prix
David Coulthard commentates on all the Qualifying action for the Spanish Grand Prix

Jake Humphrey presents live coverage of qualifying for Formula 1's Spanish Grand Prix, the fifth race of 2011.

Qualifying is especially important in Barcelona as the last 10 races have been won by the driver who started first on the grid. Australian driver Mark Webber took pole at the Circuit de Catalunya last year.

Commentary is provided by Martin Brundle and David Coulthard.

Formula 1 – Spanish Grand Prix Qualifying is simulcast in HD on BBC One HD on Freesat channel 108, Freeview channel 50, Sky channel 143 and Virgin Media channel 108.

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Doctor Who – The Rebel Flesh Ep 5/7

Saturday 21 May
6.45-7.30pm BBC ONE

A solar tsunami sends the TARDIS hurtling towards a futuristic factory on Earth, where human doppelgangers are used to mine dangerous acid, as the time-travelling adventures continue.

A second wave hits and the "Gangers" separate. They can remember every second of their "original's" life and feel every emotion they've ever experienced. But are these memories stolen or have they been bequeathed? Are the Gangers merely faulty machinery that must be shut down or are they living, breathing, sentient beings? Can the Doctor convince the terrified humans to accept these "almost people" and prevent an all-out civil war before the factory explodes?

The Doctor is played by Matt Smith, Amy by Karen Gillan and Rory by Arthur Darvill.

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Casualty – A Quiet Life

Saturday 21 May
8.45-9.35pm BBC ONE

An administrative error sets the Emergency Department (ED) team at loggerheads and Mads doubts her decision to get engaged – with disastrous consequences – as the medical drama continues.

A young patient with severe abdominal pains is brought into the ED but an administrative mix-up has fatal consequences when he is transferred to another hospital and the team battle to save him. Adam is furious with Tess for allowing bureaucracy to affect lives. Are they so browbeaten they’re unable to pull together in times of crises?

To Lenny’s dismay, Mads reveals that she's engaged. The team go for a drink to celebrate but the tension between Lenny and Mads is palpable. It looks as if they are set to kiss, but Lenny pulls away at the last second and Mads runs off into a taxi. At first the taxi driver is pleasant but he soon becomes aggressive; has Mads's impulsiveness placed her in danger?

Hasina Haque plays Mads with Tristan Gemmill as Adam, Suzanne Packer as Tess and Steven Miller as Lenny.

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