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Network TV BBC Week 46
Highlights 12-18 November 2011

Fearne Cotton, Alesha Dixon, Sir Terry Wogan and Tess Daly present BBC Children In Need Appeal Night

BBC Children In Need Appeal Night

Friday 18 November on BBC ONE

Sir Terry Wogan, Fearne Cotton, Tess Daly and Alesha Dixon lead a bumper crop of stars sparkling on one of television's biggest nights of the year as the nation pulls together to support needy children (The One Show launches the night, Deadly Art creates an artwork for a CiN Christmas card and CiN Rocks Manchester)

Garrow's Law

See New this week on BBC ONE

Andrew Buchan returns as pioneering 18th-century barrister William Garrow in the third series of the acclaimed legal drama

Storyville

See New this week on BBC FOUR

Two fascinating documentaries chart the long, dramatic struggle for control of the Barnes Foundation private art collection; and the spectacular rise and fall of The Sheriff of Wall Street, Eliot Spitzer

Arena – George Harrison: Living In The Material World

See New this week on BBC TWO

BBC Two's flagship arts documentary strand broadcasts the UK television premiere of Martin Scorsese's definitive portrait of the late George Harrison, taking viewers on a fascinating musical and spiritual journey

Formula 1 – The Abu Dhabi Grand Prix

Sunday 13 November on BBC ONE

Live coverage of the penultimate race of the 2011 season comes live from Yas Marina (qualifying can be seen on Saturday)

Moving On

Monday 14 to Friday 18 November on BBC ONE

Jimmy McGovern's series exploring contemporary issues, as characters reach a turning point and move on, returns with five more stand-alone stories

The Art Of America – Looking For Paradise

Monday 14 November on BBC FOUR

Andrew Graham-Dixon embarks on an epic three-part journey exploring the history of American art

Prince – A Purple Reign

Friday 18 November on BBC FOUR

A profile of one of pop's most flamboyant, ambitious, controversial and elusive creative forces

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

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