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Network TV BBC Week 35
Highlights 27 August-2 September 2011

Doctor Who

Doctor Who – Let's Kill Hitler

Saturday 27 August on BBC ONE and BBC ONE HD

In the desperate search for Melody Pond, the TARDIS crash lands in Thirties Berlin, as the time-travelling drama written by Steven Moffat and starring Matt Smith returns for the second half of the series shown earlier in the year

The Field Of Blood

Bank Holiday Monday 29 August on BBC ONE

Jayd Johnson, Peter Capaldi, David Morrissey, Jonas Armstrong, Ford Kiernan, Derek Riddell and Bronagh Gallagher star in David Kane's crime drama, based on Denise Mina's novel about Paddy Meehan, a young copygirl working in a newspaper office who becomes embroiled in a murder

Spice Britain

Sunday 28 August on BBC ONE

Comedienne Shappi Khorsandi marks Ramadan by looking at the extraordinary story of the part food from the Muslim world has played in changing the British culinary landscape

Hans Litten vs Adolf Hitler – To Stop A Tyrant

Saturday 27 August on BBC TWO

This one-off documentary accompanying the BBC Two drama, The Man Who Crossed Hitler, explores the extraordinary story of Hans Litten, the young Jewish lawyer who challenged Hitler – and paid with his life

Jig – The Great Irish Dance Off

Thursday 1 September on BBC TWO

Four thousand dancers, their families and teachers descend on Glasgow for one nail-biting, tension-filled week of competition as BBC Two tells the story of the 2010 Irish Dancing World Championships

American – The Bill Hicks Story

Saturday 27 August on BBC FOUR

BBC Four examines the amazing true-life story of the outlaw Texan comic who wanted to save the world

Prom 40 – The Comedy Prom

Saturday 27 August BBC TWO

Comedian, musician and actor Tim Minchin hosts this first ever Comedy Prom featuring Maestro winner Sue Perkins, musical cabaret duo Kit And The Widow, the puppet Mongrels, comedian Doc Brown, renowned soprano Susan Bullock and pianist Danny Driver (Prom 29 on Sunday features the Simon Bolivar Symphony Orchestra)

Formula 1 – Belgian Grand Prix

Sunday 28 August on BBC ONE and BBC ONE HD

Defending champion Sebastian Vettel returns from the summer break with an 85-point lead as the Spa-Francorchamps circuit hosts the Belgian Grand Prix

Equestrian – European Eventing Championships

Sunday 28 August on BBC TWO

Rishi Persad introduces highlights from the three days of competition at the European Championships in Germany

The Royal Edinburgh Military Tattoo 2011

Bank Holiday Monday 29 August on BBC TWO

The Esplanade of Edinburgh Castle is home to one of the biggest and most spectacular events of the summer calendar, featuring acts from around the world including performers from the Netherlands, Germany, Brazil, Australia and the Middle East

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

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