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Wednesday 29 Oct 2014

Programme Information

Network TV BBC Week 38
Highlights 17-23 September 2011

Peter Firth and Nicola Walker star  in the last series of Spooks


Sunday 18 September on BBC ONE and BBC ONE HD

The acclaimed spy drama returns for a final series which finds the team still reeling after the shock of Lucas North's betrayal and Harry Pearce (Peter Firth) on gardening leave, making way for a new acting leader Erin Watts, played by Lara Pulver, aided by Calum Reed (Geoffrey Streatfeild)

The Fades

Wednesday 21 September on BBC THREE

Iain De Caestecker stars in award-winning writer Jack Thorne's new fantasy horror about a young man who sees the Fades – the spirits of the dead – all around him; Natalie Dormer, Johnny Harris, Daniela Nardini and Claire Rushbrook also star

My Forced Unwanted Wedding

Monday 19 September on BBC THREE

This documentary follows the experiences of two teenage girls trying to escape from forced marriages

EastEnders – E20

Friday 23 September on BBC THREE

EastEnders – E20 returns for a third series to be shown online first before a BBC Three omnibus, featuring three brand new characters – Donnie, Ava and Faith – and developed by BBC Learning to address issues in the PSHE curriculum such as family breakdown, bullying and teen sex


Monday 19 September on BBC FOUR

Fresh-faced cadets struggle with the relentless routines of the first term at the Royal Military Academy at Sandhurst

Great North Run

Sunday 18 September on BBC ONE

Sue Barker presents live coverage of the most famous half-marathon in the world, the 31st Great North Run, where more than 50,000 runners are expected to tackle the 13.1 mile course from Newcastle to South Shields

Songs Of Praise – 50 Years Ago

Sunday 18 September on BBC ONE

The first of three special programmes to mark the 50th anniversary of Songs Of Praise returns to Tabernacle Welsh Baptist Church in Cardiff, the setting for the first-ever edition of the programme, to join the congregation as they sing the hymns chosen for that first broadcast in 1961

Later ... With Jools Holland

Tuesday 20 September on BBC TWO

BBC Two's flagship live music show returns for a nine-week run for autumn

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

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