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Network TV BBC Week 36
Highlights 3-9 September 2011

Nature's Miracle Babies

Nature's Miracle Babies

Sunday 4 September on BBC ONE

Martin Hughes-Games discovers the techniques behind the creation of nature's miracle babies

Inspector George Gently

Sunday 4 September on BBC ONE

It's 1966 and the world is changing fast as Martin Shaw returns as one of the unsung heroes of detective fiction

Rowing – World Championships

Saturday 3 and Sunday 4 September on BBC TWO

John Inverdale and five-time Olympic gold medal winner Sir Steve Redgrave bring highlights from the first three days of competition from Bled in Slovenia

Prom 59 – Hooray For Hollywood

Saturday 3 September on BBC TWO

The Golden Age of Hollywood film musicals is celebrated as John Wilson conducts his hand-picked, high-octane orchestra and a line-up of star soloists in excerpts from 42nd Street, Top Hat, Strike Up The Band, Swing Time and Shall We Dance

Equestrian – Burghley Horse Trials

Sunday 4 September on BBC TWO

Clare Balding presents coverage from one of the equestrian world's most prestigious events, including highlights of the cross country and live action from the day's show jumping

Reel History Of Britain

From Monday 5 September on BBC TWO

Melvyn Bragg retells the fascinating stories of life in Britain from 1900-1970 through the archive collections of the British Film Institute and other national and regional film archives, in this series for BBC Two Daytime

How Facebook Changed The World – The Arab Revolutions

Monday 5 September on BBC TWO

Mishal Husain travels the Middle East to talk to the people who charted the downfall of tyrants in Tunisia and Egypt on their mobile phones; meeting the activists whose struggle is still going on; and piecing together the story of the revolutions through their eyes

Deadly Top 10

From Monday 5 September on CBBC

Steve Backshall counts down his ultimate Top 10 deadly creatures on planet Earth, ranging from the fastest to the fiercest animals, in a week of programmes

Nina And The Neurons

Monday 5 September on CBEEBIES

Super scientist Nina returns to the science lab for more experimenting in the sixth series of the popular CBeebies science show

Prom 20 – The Horrible Histories Big Prom Party

Friday 9 September on CBBC

The multi-award winning Horrible Histories team joins forces with the Aurora Orchestra and their conductor Nick Collon for a romp through the story of classical music (on BBC Four and BBC HD on Friday, viewers can see Nigel Kennedy perform music by Bach in Prom 31)

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