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Wednesday 29 Oct 2014

Programme Information

Network TV BBC Week 41
Highlights 8-14 October 2011



Monday 10 October on BBC TWO

Twincredibles tells the surprising story of the genetic phenomenon of black and white parents having twins of different skin colour and explores the life experiences of five sets of black and white twins

How The World Got Mixed Up

Saturday 8 October on BBC TWO

Through the stories of interracial relationships which created scandals in their own time, this film explores the historical and contemporary social, sexual and political attitudes to race mixing

Junior Doctors – One Year Check Up

Thursday 13 October on BBC THREE

BBC Three's junior doctors meet up one last time to share the hard times, the good times, their most memorable moments, the times they'd prefer to forget and what the future holds for them, one year on from their first day at work

Justin's House

Saturday 8 and Sunday 9 October on CBEEBIES

Madcap mayhem is the order of the day as Justin Fletcher entertains a live theatre audience of young children with a mix of singing, dancing and comedy chaos in this brand new series

Formula 1 – Japanese Grand Prix

Sunday 9 October on BBC ONE

Jake Humphrey introduces live coverage of the Japanese Grand Prix from Suzuka (Qualifying can be seen on BBC One on Saturday)

Rugby League – Super League Grand Final

Sunday 9 October on BBC TWO

Clare Balding introduces highlights of the Super League Grand Final from Old Trafford

Ceramics – A Fragile History

Monday 10 October on BBC FOUR

The history of domestic pottery in Britain from the Tudor period onwards opens the most wide-ranging and ambitious exploration of decorative arts ever on British television as BBC Four and the Victoria and Albert Museum embark on a year-long partnership exploring the history of British artistry and craftsmanship

Gymnastics – World Championships

Tuesday 11 to Friday 14 October on BBC TWO

Matt Baker introduces the best of the action from the World Gymnastics Championships in Tokyo, with GB's teams hoping to finish in the top eight and qualify for the London 2012 Olympics

Terry Gilliam's Faust

Friday 14 October on BBC FOUR

Terry Gilliam introduces English National Opera's highly acclaimed new production of Berlioz's The Damnation Of Faust, which he directed

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

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