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Network TV BBC Week 37: Tuesday 13 September 2011

Tuesday 13 September 2011


High Definition programme
Tuesday 13 September
7.30-8.00pm BBC ONE and BBC ONE HD

Jack is disgusted when Michael tells him about Vanessa and Eddie's fling, as the drama continues.

Meanwhile, Mercy's sister Faith arrives on the Square and is keen to cause trouble but Grace is not impressed with her behaviour and quickly puts her foot down.

Ian goes to see the twins, thinking that Mandy will stay in a B&B – but she has other plans.

And it's fight night and the whole Square is out in force to support Tyler. Everyone is shocked, though, when they see his violent opponent...

Jack is played by Scott Maslen, Michael by Steve John Shepherd, Vanessa by Zoe Lucker, Eddie by David Essex, Faith by Modupe Adeyeye, Grace by Ellen Thomas, Ian by Adam Woodyatt, Mandy by Nicola Stapleton and Tyler by Tony Discipline.


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Holby City

High Definition programme
Tuesday 13 September
8.00-9.00pm BBC ONE and BBC ONE HD

Dan struggles to focus whilst working a night shift with agency nurse Stephen, leading to the sloppy examination of a patient, as the medical drama continues. Shaken by this, and confused by Stephen's behaviour towards him, Dan makes a life-changing decision about his future with Chrissie.

When Sahira becomes overly tired and emotional on a night shift, Greg gallantly offers to cover for her. However, Greg realises the consequences of his actions when Hanssen finds out.

Eddi decides that tough love is the best option to deal with the spoilt brat behaviour of a young patient but, realising he's actually very vulnerable, Eddi changes tactics to get through to him.

Dan is played by Adam Astill, Chrissie by Tina Hobley, Sahira by Laila Rouass, Greg by Edward MacLiam, Hanssen by Guy Henry and Eddi by Sarah Jane Potts.


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Tuesday 13 September 2011

Hidden Paintings

Tuesday 13 September
7.30-8.00pm BBC FOUR

Laurence Llewelyn-Bowen uncovers the intriguing tale behind one of the West's hidden paintings. The Badminton Game, by Wiltshire artist David Inshaw, once hung on the walls of No. 10 Downing Street but is now in a storage vault at the Tate.

The painting enjoyed a brief period of fame after being featured in a Sunday newspaper magazine but, in common with many other publicly owned paintings, it is now preserved behind the scenes, rather than on the gallery wall.

The documentary is inspired by Your Paintings, a major new arts initiative from the BBC.


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