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Network TV BBC Week 22: Thursday 2 June 2011

Thursday 2 June 2011


High Definition programme
Thursday 2 June
7.30-8.00pm BBC ONE and BBC ONE HD

Yusef finally pushes Masood too far, in tonight's visit to Albert Square, but will Masood take revenge on Yusef?

Elsewhere, Tamwar goes to visit Christian and Syed and tells them he's on their side and will vouch for them in their adoption process.

Meanwhile, Mercy starts to question her true feelings for Fatboy.

Yusef is played by by Ace Bhatti, Masood by Nitin Ganatra, Tamwar by Himesh Patel, Christian by John Partridge, Syed by Marc Elliott, Mercy by Bunmi Mojekwu and Fatboy by Ricky Norwood.

EastEnders 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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BBC TWO Thursday 2 June 2011

The Culture Show

High Definition programme
Thursday 2 June
7.00-8.00pm BBC TWO and BBC HD
John Mullan meets author Alan Hollinghurst
John Mullan meets author Alan Hollinghurst

David Attenborough takes a look at the work of one of his favourite artists, John Craxton, as a new exhibition of his work opens at Tate Britain, in tonight's Culture Show. One of the leading painters of the Forties new-romantic movement, Craxton spent much of his life in Greece prior to his death in 2009.

Mark Kermode talks to actor Philip Seymour Hoffman about his first feature as director, Jack Goes Boating, while John Mullan meets Alan Hollinghurst to talk about his latest book, The Stranger's Child.

Michael Smith spends a Friday night on an art crawl round South London and Jacques Peretti meets author Iain Sinclair to discuss the folly of Britain's "grand projects" – the subject of his latest book, Ghost Milk.

The Culture Show is simulcast on the award-winning BBC HD channel – available through Freesat channel 109, Freeview channel 54, Sky channel 169 and Virgin Media channel 187.


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The Shadow Line Ep 5/7

Thursday 2 June
9.00-10.00pm BBC TWO
Caption Antony Sher stars as crime boss Glickman
Antony Sher stars as crime boss Glickman

Lessing, an American tourist in Dublin, visits a clock shop and is sure that he recognises the owner, Donnelly, as his old business acquaintance Peter Glickman, as Hugo Blick's sophisticated and gripping conspiracy thriller delving into the heart of human morality continues.

Gatehouse goes to "Donnelly's" shop where Glickman is waiting for him. They have a showdown, blaming each other for "Counterpoint" and Wratten...

Gabriel and his wife Laura are at the hospital having a scan. He takes a call from Glickman, who tells him to "follow the drugs". He does, and he and Honey learn that Delaney (Gabriel's dead partner) had stolen coded drugs from the evidence room.

Gabriel tells his boss, DS Patterson, and Police Commander Khokar what he now knows about Delaney.

Bede tells Babur that Harris has pulled out of the deal, but reassures him that the plan will go ahead and he will find another buyer.

Ratallack goes to Bede – he now wants to buy the drugs ... and Ratallack intends to "handle" Harris...

Glickman is played by Antony Sher, Gatehouse by Stephen Rea, DI Gabriel by Chiwetel Ejiofor, Laura by Clare Calbraith, Honey by Kierston Wareing, Patterson by Richard Lintern, Police Commander Khokar by Ace Bhatti, Bede by Christopher Eccleston, Babur by Stanley Townsend, Bob Harris by Robert Pugh and Ratallack by Freddie Fox.

The Shadow Line is simulcast on the award-winning 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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CBBC Thursday 2 June 2011

Horrible Histories Ep 4/13

Bank Holiday Monday 30 May to Friday 3 June
Time to be confirmed CBBC

Thursday's Horrible Histories recount an unusual Stuart highwayman who doesn't always steal victims' cash.

Meanwhile, DI Bones returns to solve a series of murders in Emperor Caligula's house, HHTV goes undercover to prove allegations of cheating in jousting tournaments in the Middle Ages and Historical Fashion Fix pays a sartorial visit to the era.

Plus King George IV meets his dead relatives, a knight templar recounts his ridiculous demise in Stupid Deaths and the working practices of the Vile Victorians are revealed in song.


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