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Saturday 12 November 2011

Formula 1 – The Abu Dhabi Grand Prix: Qualifying

Live event/outside broadcast
Saturday 12 November
12.15-2.30pm BBC ONE

Jake Humphrey presents live coverage of qualifying for the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix. Sebastian Vettel will once again be the man to beat, the Red Bull driver having dominated qualifying throughout the season, helping him to claim a second successive title.

British duo Jenson Button and Lewis Hamilton will hope to push the German much harder next year, and will want to lay down a marker in the season's penultimate race. Overtaking is usually difficult at the Yas Marina circuit, so a good performance in qualifying is crucial to any driver with hopes of finishing on the podium on race day.


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Strictly Come Dancing

High Definition programmeHigh Definition programme
Saturday 12 November
6.30-8.00pm BBC ONE and BBC ONE HD

Sir Bruce Forsyth and Tess Daly are back in the ballroom as the battle for the glitterball trophy continues.

Tonight, the nine remaining couples take to the dancefloor to perform a selection of glittering ballroom and Latin routines, hoping to win over the public and make it through to Strictly's biggest ever show – the Wembley spectacular, next week.

They will also be trying hard to impress the fearsome foursome – judges Len Goodman, Alesha Dixon, Bruno Tonioli and Craig Revel Horwood – who are on hand to deliver their verdicts on each routine, and each award a score out of 10. Then the voting lines open for viewers at home to have their say.


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Merlin Ep 7/13

High Definition programme
Saturday 12 November
8.15-9.00pm BBC ONE and BBC HD

Morgana joins forces with enigmatic wizard Alator to uncover a secret that could change the course of destiny, as the magical drama continues. With allies on both sides of the castle walls, can anyone stop her before Merlin's greatest secret is revealed?

Katie McGrath plays Morgana, Gary Lewis plays Alator and Colin Morgan plays Merlin. The drama also stars Nathaniel Parker as Agravaine, Bradley James as Arthur, Richard Wilson as Gaius, Angel Coulby as Gwen, Tom Hopper as Sir Percival, Eoin Macken as Sir Gwaine, Adetomiwa Edun as Sir Elyan, Rupert Young as Sir Leon and Emilia Fox as Morgause.


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BBC TWO Saturday 12 November 2011

Live 'n' Deadly

Saturday 12 November
9.00-10.00am BBC TWO and CBBC

Steve Backshall and Naomi Wilkinson head to a winter wonderland, tackling the slopes of one of Britain's biggest indoor ski centres, as they experience more animals and adventures on a chilly theme.

They meet an owl that is built for life in the cold – the snowy owl – and put a group of husky dogs to the test, racing up the slope dragging Steve and Naomi behind them.

Steve comes face to face with a snake that has taken arctic survival to the extreme by freezing solid; and paralympic skier Sean Rose is in on the action too, showing just what he can do on a monoski.

Deadly Art's Nicola Wood also joins in the frozen fun by showing how she can sculpt ice using a chainsaw.

Crammed full of challenges, dares, animals and adventures, Live 'n' Deadly proves that you don't need to head off around the world to find something fun and exciting to do with your weekend.


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CBEEBIES Saturday 12 November 2011

Justin's House Eps 11-12/22

Saturday 12 and Sunday 13 November
11.00-11.25am CBEEBIES

On Saturday, Justin finds out that it's Get Fit Day, so, with the help of the Jigglometer 3000, he starts doing his exercises. The effort is far greater than he bargained for and he spends more time avoiding press ups and running than actually doing them. Fortunately, Katy from I Can Cook is on hand to help Justin reach his fitness target.

In Sunday's episode, Moosh, one of Nisha's pandas from Same Smile, pays a visit. Justin, Robert and Little Monster are determined to show Moosh how much fun it is in Justin's House. Unfortunately, all their attempts to entertain the little panda go badly wrong. What will Moosh tell Nisha when it's time to leave?


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