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Highlights of the week

Week 38 13-19 September 2008

  Gemma Arterton takes the lead role in Tess Of The D'Urbervilles

Love, betrayal and secrets

Tess Of The D'Urbervilles
Sunday 14 September on BBC ONE See Week 38 Unplaced

Gemma Arterton (pictured), Ian Puleston-Davies, Eddie Redmayne, Hans Matheson and Anna Massey star in David Nicholls's new four-part dramatisation of Thomas Hardy's classic novel of love, betrayal and emotional secrets
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What To Eat Now
Monday 15 September on BBC TWO See Week 38 Unplaced

Chef and culinary explorer Valentine Warner seeks out the best autumn food, beginning with a search for the best seasonal meat – lamb and rabbit
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Monday 15 September on BBC TWO See Week 38 Unplaced

Bruce Parry sets off on an epic adventure, journeying from the source of the Amazon high up in the mountains of Peru, through the world's largest forest, to the port of Belem, where the river finally meets the Atlantic Ocean
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Paralympics 2008
Throughout the week on BBC TWO

The final week of Olympic coverage from Beijing is hosted by Clare Balding and Steve Cram, with expert analysis from Dame Tanni Grey-Thompson and Ade Adepitan
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Strictly Come Dancing
Saturday 13 September on BBC ONE

A record 16 couples, including three new professional dancers, limber up for a new series of the smash-hit dance show, all hoping to impress regular judges Len Goodman, Arlene Phillips, Craig Revel Horwood and Bruno Tonioli
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Casualty – The Farmead Menace
Saturday 13 and Sunday 14 September on BBC ONE

The medical drama returns with an explosive two-parter as one of the Emergency Department's ambulance crews runs into trouble on a notorious local estate
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BBC Proms 2008 – The Last Night Of The Proms
Saturday 13 September on BBC ONE and BBC TWO

The climax of the world's greatest classical music festival features a performance by Bryn Terfel, a centenary tribute to Vaughan Williams and, of course, the traditional finale, as well as coverage of the Proms In The Park festivities from around the country, including José Carreras from London's Hyde Park
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Sunday 14 September on BBC THREE

Ralf Little, Carl Rice and Johnny Vegas dream of rock 'n' roll glory in this new comedy for BBC Three
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Roxy Music Night – More Than This... The Roxy Music Story
Friday 19 September on BBC FOUR

BBC Four tells the story of one of the most influential bands in history from 1972 to the present day, with contributions from band members, the people who worked with them and their luminaries
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