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Network TV

Highlights of the week

Week 27 28 June-4 July 2008

  Ben Whishaw stars in Criminal Justice

Playing the game

Criminal Justice
Monday 30 June to Friday 4 July on BBC ONE (See Week 27 Unplaced)

Ben Whishaw (pictured), Pete Postlethwaite, David Harewood, Bill Paterson, Con O'Neill and Lindsay Duncan star in Peter Moffat's compelling new thriller, which can be seen over five consecutive nights on BBC One
Feature (Interview with Ben Whishaw)
Feature (Interview with Pete Postlethwaite)
Feature (Criminal Justice Who's Who)
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The Beauty Season – Britain's Missing Top Model
Tuesday 1 July on BBC THREE (See Week 27 Unplaced)

Eight gorgeous girls, each with a disability, battle it out to become Britain's Missing Top Model in this groundbreaking new series
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Glastonbury 2008
Saturday 28 and Sunday 29 June on BBC TWO, BBC THREE and BBC FOUR

Amy Winehouse, Duffy, Elbow and Jay-Z are just a few of the headline acts featuring in BBC Television's continuing coverage of the UK's biggest summer festival (BBC Radio 1, BBC Radio 5 Live and BBC 6 Music also feature extensive coverage throughout the weekend)
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Match Of The Day Live – Euro 2008
Sunday 29 June on BBC ONE

Gary Lineker presents live coverage of the Euro 2008 final from the Ernst Happel Stadion in Vienna
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Classic Albums – Jay-Z: Reasonable Doubt
Friday 4 July on BBC TWO

Mary J Blige, Foxy Brown and Kanye West are among the artists revealing all about Glastonbury headliner Jay-Z's debut album
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Tuesday 1 July on BBC ONE

Alan Yentob meets renowned German film director, screenwriter, actor and opera director Werner Herzog
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3rd & Bird
From Tuesday 1 July on CBEEBIES

Young viewers can swoop into the colourful, feathery world of five-year-old Samuel Lovebird in this vibrant, new animated series which teaches pre-school children all about the community
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Thursday 3 July on BBC TWO

The epic American drama comes to an explosive and bloody conclusion
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Nick Cave Night
Friday 4 July on BBC FOUR

BBC Four devotes an evening of programmes to the iconic Australian musician
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